Pasquarosa began his coaching career at Franklin in 1988, and as varsity coach for 15 seasons won three Hockomock League crowns and the 2002 South sectional title. He is assistant coach at Wheaton College in Norton.
Newton North baseball fans can get ticket information from assistant coach Tom Donnellan at 617-559-6431.
The induction ceremony is part of the association’s 46th annual gathering, which also includes coaching clinics open to the public on Jan. 25 and 26, and wraps up with an honors award brunch on Jan. 27. For more information, go to www.massbca.com.
Players of the week
Marlborough’s Bobby Butler earned CCM/AHL Player of the Week honors after tallying six goals and an assist in three games for the Albany River Rats last week. The 25-year-old Butler, who signed a free agent contract with New Jersey Devils in August, has 10 goals and 5 assists in 22 games.
Bowdoin College sophomore guard Bryan Hurley of Watertown was named the New England Small College Athletic Conference’s Player of the Week in men’s basketball after scoring a team-high 17 points, including a bank-shot runner with 14 seconds left, in a 74-70 OT victory at Bates on Dec. 6, and then pouring in the final four points for the Polar Bears in a 64-58 win over Colby the next day. Hurley was a team captain at Boston College High, where he was a Catholic Conference all-star. Bowdoin, which entered the holiday break at 5-2 thanks to a closing four-game winning streak, also features junior guard Evan Kulak (Wellesley High), sophomore center John Swords (Lincoln-Sudbury Regional), and freshman forward Matt Palecki (St. John's High) on its roster.
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