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PatjelO POST-GAZETTE,JANUARY 15, 201 00.00Stof00ro eat the Golden Gophers 3-i. Tommy DeRosa had a goal in Tufts 2-I over Babson, but the Jum- bos were defeated by UMass Boston. On the Women Ice St. Anselm split their return weekend crushed by Syracuse, but coming back to defeat Colby, The Hawks are 8-3-1 overall, and 6-2-1 in ECAC D East III play. GOLD MEDALISTS Team USA won the Junior World Cham- pionships defeating Team Canada 6-5 in overtime. John Carlson had the game win- ner. 17 year old Jack Campbell was the win- Bob D "Live" in the Fenway Press Box. ner in the nets. BU Terrier Dave Worsfsky HOCKEY EAST GLOWS AT FENWAY and BC Eagle Chris Kreider were on the Another night of history at historic Gold Medal Team, and Joe Exeter, out of Fenway Park. It was absolutely amazing! Merrimack College was one of the coaches. The Hockey East doubleheader opener saw COACH BOB ANTHONY the #4 UNH Women roaring back from a There was a nice story on Boston Police 3-1 deficit scoring four unanswered third Officer Bob Anthony, who coaches the East period goals to defeat #9 Northeastern 5-3 Boston High School Hockey Team, whose in the first ever Women College Hockey extra work was getting the Louis E. Porrazzo Outdoor Game. Two goals by Brittany Hockey Rink, home of the Eastie Jets, re- Esposito gave NU a 3-1 two period lead, but dedicated, in Sunday's Boston Herald. Coach Julia Alen, Micaela Sisk, and a pair by Anthony does a lot of good 'extra work' in Kristina Lavoie, all in the third period, gave helping to dedicate, and rededicate sights UNH a solid victory. Florence Schelling was in honor of many East Boston Heroes. He is the goalie of record for the Huskies, while a special person, a good man, and he may Lindsey Milton, and Kayley split the assign- not like it, but a hero, himself. What you do ment for UNH. The game showcased not only Officer Anthony is much appreciated. Hockey East, but the strives Womens HIGH SCHOOL PREP NOTEBOOK Hockey have made. It was fantastic, in this Former Archbishop Williams Athletic case you can even say 'Fen-Tastictic'. Watch- Director Allan Gallota will be inducted into ing Northeastern Senior Kasey Cedorchuk the High School Baseball Coaches Massa- on the ice was especially nice for us be- chusetts Hall of Fame on January 30 th. cause over the years we have watched Kasey Jeff Amazon and Walter Lewis helped East from her days at Mount St. Joseph, to Boston High defeat Madison Park 91-82. St. Anselm's College for a couple of years, Eastie and New Mission are the Class of the and now at Northeastern. In game two the Boston City Basketball League. On the ice "Rivalry" continued, BC hosting BU, New Eastie was defeated by St. Clement 5-3. Jersey, an all played before 38,472, which Belmont Hill won the Fenway Battle was 360 more than watched the Brnins de- defeating St. Sebastian 6-5 in overtime, feat Philly 2-1 in the Winter Classic. Jun- and Winthrop shutout Marblehead 2-0 in ior Hockey Team USA gold medalist Dave another Fenway spectacular! Winthrop Worsfsky gave BU a quick I-0 lead, and Joe and Marblehead were the only two Public Pereira and Wade Meade made it what High Schools to play on the Fenway ice. seemed a commanding 3-0 lead late in the EDUCATION PLUS second period. Wrong! Eagle Brian Gibbons North Cambridge Catholic is on the move. scored a power play goal cutting the deficit NCC will relocate at the former St. Williams to 3-1, and at 7:43 of the third Eagle Cam School in Dorchester beginning this Septem- Atkinson's shorthanded goal made it 3-2. ber, the 2010-2011 School year. The High In the end it was BU goalie Kieran Millan School will be renamed Cristo Rey Boston taking charge. Final BU 3, BC 2 in quite a in recognition of Cristo Rey educational Hockey game. They talked about BU and BC network they joined in 2004. Like so many at Fenway long before the Winter Classic, others, NCC will be gone, but not forgotten. but actually seeing it was "Fen-Nominal". TIDBITS Good friend Bob McGann, along with his wife - Birthday best to Mary Romano! Nancy, who attended all the Fenway ice - Ralph DelGaudio, welcome back to the events used the word "Surreal" to describe Garden! the week. I agree. - Good News, word is "A Taste of the North COLLEGE BOARD End" will return in early May. In Hockey "back in action" East play Lowell NEAA Baseball registation will be and UNH battled to a 2-2 tie, but UNH went underway in late January, stay tune! "Wild" defeating UMass 7-2. Bobby Butler had - Celeb sightings: Johnny Campo and bud- 2 goals and 2 assists for UNH. Maine contin- dies at the Boston Blazers Lacrosse Opener, ues to roll. The #18 Black Bears defeated Post-Gazette columnist Richard Preiss in the Merrimack 4-2. Lowell got back on track Fenway Press Box, along with Bob D. stunning Northeastern 6-5 in OT. Harvard Don't forget to vote on Tuesday, travelled to Minnesota, and was stopped by January 19 th. SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE Through the National Italian American Foundation More than 100 scholarships will be avail- able to students through the National Ital- ian American Foundation (NIAF) for the 2010-2011 academic year. The Foundation has awarded millions of dollars in scholar- ships and cultural grants since its in- ception in 1976, including more than $1,000,000 in 2009. NIAF celebrates its 35 th anniversary this year. Since NIAF's in- ception, the scholarship program has grown from four scholarships of $250 each to more than 100 annual scholarships ranging from $2,000 to $15,000 each in the humanities, medicine, engineering, business, music, Italian language and culture, and other spe- cialized fields. Last year, the average schol- arship to students in the United States was worth more than $3,000. "My strongest sense of ethnic identity came from my mother's side," said Kashmir Hill, a 2009 NIAF scholarship recipient. "My mother would talk about my Sicilian great- grandparents' decision to immigrate to Ohio. As an undergraduate, I realized I was hun- gry to understand the culture that shaped my ancestors and majored in Italian. My de- sire to study Italian came from conversations with my grandfather and mother about our Italian roots. I knew going to Duke Univer- sity that I wanted to learn to speak the lan- guage of my ancestors. Given my love and respect for my Italian/Sicilian heritage, I would truly be honored to receive a scholar- ship from NIAF." Applicants either must be of Italian de- scent, with at least one ancestor who has emigrated from Italy, or a student of any eth- nic background majoring or minoring in the Italian language, Italian studies, Italian- American studies or a related field. NIAF scholarship recipients are selected based on academic merit. Students must have a mini- mum GPA of 3.5 to apply. Contributors to the NIAF scholarship pro- gram include individuals, corporations, and organizations across the U.S. NIAF will also consider matching scholarships with other organizations. Apply online at www.niaflorg/scholarships. APPLICATION DEADLINE IS MARCH 5, 2010. To establish a NIAF scholarship, pleasecontact NIAF Director of Education and Culture Serena Cantoni at 202-939-3111 or PRIMEVAL m VOLUME TWO (3-DVD) BBC Video Action on Primeval begins with Nick Cutter fighting to re-focus his embattled team, which is still reeling from Stephen's death and Helen's betrayal. Some new recruits join Cutter's crew in the form of maverick police- man Danny Quinn (Jason Flemyng), sparky Egyptol- ogist Sarah Page (Laila Rouass), and the new leader of the ARC's security forces, Captain Becker (Ben Mans- field). But as the anomalies continue to present an un- relenting series of threats. The task at hand seems almost impossible. It's not just dangerous creatures the team has to contend with; the cloak of secrecy behind which they have been work- ing is beginning to slip and questions are being asked as the conspiracy spreads its net wide. As deadlier crea- tures continue to rampage through the anomalies, the team faces a threat to the future of mankind itself. (7 hrs. 25 mins.) THE MOMENT AFTER (DVD) Sony Pictures Home Ent. The Moment After is a thriller about conspiracy, leadership, and the desire to believe. With impending global chaos, two FBI agents are assigned to investigate the sudden disappearance of millions worldwide. The agents soon realize that a dissenter could hold the key to their pursuit of the truth. Believing there is a government conspiracy, this mysterious man leads his unconventional group to in- stead uncover a truth they never imagined and a faith they never knew they had. Cast includes David A.R. White, Kevin Downes and Brad Heller. (1 hr. 29 mins.) MICHAEL JACKSON LIFE & TIMES OF THE KING OF POP 1958-2009 (DVD) Rock City Ent. and MVD Visual Michael Jackson was con- sidered the most famous human being on earth and was definitely one of the greatest entertainers of all time. When a king dies the heir or a peer takes over the throne. The passing of Jack- son, The King of Pop, is a dif- ferent case. Michael is irre- placeable. He was born in Gary, Indiana on August 29, 1958, to a working class fam- ily, and he died on June 25, 2009. Jackson's last days and the memorial service are captured in this engag- ing film that pays respect to the King. As the world cel- ebrates Michael's life and legacy, it is easy to see why he was the brightest star. As an artist and entertainer he still looms larger than life. The King will live forever through his music. (1 hr. 19 rains.) KINGDOM OF THE SPIDERS (DVD) Shout! Factory William Shatner stars as veterinarian "Rack" Hansen in this Special Edition of the cult classic about an Arizona town infested with a horde or arachnids that turn on the humans whose insecticides have depleted their natural food supply. Af- ter livestock belonging to Rack's friend, rancher Wal- ter Colby, fall victim to a spi- der attack, entomologist Di- ane Ashley {Tiffany Boiling) arrives and tries to help Rack deal with the crisis. But, with the big County Fair fast approaching, Mayor Connors refuses to let them quarantine Colby's ranch. Soon the remaining resi- dents of the town must bar- ricade themselves to stave off the eight-legged invaders in the ultimate man vs. spider showdown. (1 hr. 37 mins.) THE THEORY OF EVERYTHING (DVD) Sony Pictures Home Ent. The Theory of Everything is a captivating faith-based movie about the power of family. Doug Holloway's (writer/director David de Vos) life is in complete disarray when he manages to reconnect with his birth father (Victor Lundin) for the first time. Their bond strengthens as Doug helps his father on his dying quest to explain the existence of God through science. This thought-provoking and com- pelling story i an inspiring tribute to the power of family and discovering the impor- tance of faith. (1 hr. 29 mins.) YELLOWSTONE BATTLE FOR LIFE (DVD) BBC Earth Yellowstone is no ordinary wilderness, it is the world's first national park; a lost world of vast plains and end- less forests defended on all sides by towering moun- tains, home to America's last great bison herds, the griz- zly bear and realm of the wolf. It is the most extensive thermal area on earth with more than 10,000 boiling springs, fumaroles and bub- bling mud pits and more geysers than the rest of the world put together. It's these strange natural wonders that first made Yellowstone famous and still make it unique today. This land- mark series, reveals the grandeur of this unique place as its animals struggle to survive over the course of the vividly changing seasons. The daily struggles of the wildlife are intimate- ly linked to Yellowstone's greatest secret that sleeping right beneath the snow is probably the world's largest volcano. The fate of every- thing in this extraordinary wilderness is in the hands of forces more powerful than we can possibly imagine. (2 hr. 30 rains.) WWW.BOSTON POSTGAZETTE.COM