The 2015-16 Brunswick hockey team looks to build on the success of last year’s record-setting season. With only five seniors graduating from the 2014-15 squad that posted a school-best 26-7 record, head coach Ron VanBelle is optimistic for similar success this season.
The heralded Brunswick squash program is poised for another prosperous campaign in 2015-16. Last season’s Varsity “A” squad won the FAA league title, the New England Championship and, for the first time ever, won the coveted National High School Championship.
Trailing 15-12 with just over a minute to play, sophomore quarterback Nicky Henkel connected with classmate Harrison Caponiti in the end zone for the go-ahead score, pushing Brunswick past Milton Academy, 19-15, in a thrilling New England Championship Bowl named after former Brunswick coach Sean Brennan.
The Brunswick football team, fresh off a 7-2 regular season, will play in the NEPSAC Sean Brennan Bowl against Milton Academy on Saturday, November 21, at 1:00 p.m. The game will be hosted by Avon Old Farms.
Brunswick’s remarkable 2015 season came to a close, dropping a 9-0 decision to Berkshire in the quarterfinals of the NEPSAC Class A Tournament. The seventh-seeded Bruins traveled to second-seeded Berkshire on Wednesday, a team that outscored its opponents 73-9 over 15 matches this season.