Here’s Joey Ciolino and his friend Taylor Sousa getting ready to leave for the semi formal. Joey will be turns 18 today Sunday Nov 18th
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From the Bruins Website:
The Boston Bruins organization is proud to announce the 2012 recipients of the Boston Bruins Ice Hockey Sportsmanship Medal. These student-athletes were selected for best exemplifying a commitment to the ideals of sportsmanship throughout the season. These young men and women demonstrated a tremendous commitment to teamwork and exhibited respect both on and off the ice. For 10 years, the MIAA (Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association) and the Boston Bruins have partnered to honor one worthy student-athlete from every boys and girls ice hockey league statewide. Boston Bruins Hall of Famer and hockey legend John Bucyk will present each of these deserving athletes with their awards.
WHEN: Tuesday, March 27 during the second intermission of the Bruins/Lightning game beginning at 7:30 p.m.
WHERE: TD Garden, 100 Legends Way, Boston, MA 02114 (on the Bruins bench)
BRUINS PARTICIPATING: Hall of Famer and hockey legend John Bucyk
From the Rockport High School Website:
RHS junior Kyle Edmonds was named by the Commonwealth Athletic Conference the winner of the 2012 Boston Bruins – MIAA Sportsmanship Award winner! Congratulations Kyle. The award is given annually to one individual from each league who best exemplifies the highest standards of fair play and sportsmanship in high school ice hockey. Kyle will be presented his award on the ice on Tuesday, March 27th at the TD Garden during the 2nd intermission of the Boston Bruins game against the Tampa Bay Lightning. Congratulations Kyle we are all very proud of you!
From the MIAA Website:
2012 BOSTON BRUINS-MIAA ICE HOCKEY SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD WINNERS
For the tenth consecutive year, the MIAA and Boston Bruins have partnered to honor a student-athlete from every boys and girls high school ice hockey league in the state for best exemplifying a commitment to the ideals of sportsmanship throughout the season. These student-athletes were selected by representatives of their league according to the following award criteria:
· An exemplary record of complying, both in spirit and letter, with all league and MIAA rules and regulations during the season.
· A demonstrated record of respectfully accepting the rulings of game officials during the season.
· A record of conduct, on and off the ice that brings honor to self, team, school, and community.
· An exhibited commitment to teamwork by providing all members with recognition of their talents, an opportunity to contribute them to the team, and a spirit of camaraderie.
· A demonstrated respect for opponents before, during, and after games.
These student-athletes were honored on Tuesday, March 27, 2012 at the TD Garden during the second intermission of the Boston Bruins game against the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Kyle Edmonds (Gloucester, MA)
Rockport High School
Commonwealth Athletic Conference
A junior defenseman, Kyle served as a captain on the Rockport team that advanced to the semi-finals in the MIAA Division 3 North Tournament this season. Rockport Head Coach Derek Papalegis says, “He is adisciplined player. That’s why we put the ‘A’ on his jersey. He’s not a vocal leader but he leads by example. The way he plays is the right way, he always gives 110% and he does the little things. He makes smart passes, he will give up his body to make a play. You don’t necessarily have to be vocal to be an on ice leader, he does it by doing the right things.”
Woot! Kyle’s a great young man! Congrats!
Here’s Kyle with Joey Ciolino in the International Dories-
Bailing out the practice dories-
17 Years Old Today!
Here’s Joey with rowing partner Kyle Edmonds and sculling coach Cristina Campa
Joey is one of those young adults that give me hope in future generations. A good guy who makes his parents and our community proud.
Happy Birthday buddy!
Little Harbor Boathouse rowers shine in 37th annual Earnestine Bayer Race on the Charles on Sunday, October 24. Pictured L to R: Congratulations to Little Harbor Boathouse Teen Rowing Program Rowers Kyle Edmonds and Joe Ciolino, first place finishers in the Men’s Doubles (27:08); Developmental Rowing Program rower Cristina Campa, 2nd place in the Women’s 40-49 (29:54) and LHB member, Eileen Perry, (not pictured) 1st place finish in the Women’s 50-59 class (28:31)! Way to row all!
WOOOHOOOO! Way To Go Guys!
Click here or pic for live feed from Lat 43!!!!
MAKE NO MISTAKE THIS IS GOING TO BE THE PLACE TO BE TONIGHT!!!!
GET THERE EARLY TO GET A TABLE!!!!!
COME PARTY WITH US!!
WAY TO GO TEAM!!!!!
Screen Construction- Ed Collard on Lead with help from Joey and Frank Ciolino,Paulie Walnuts, Thom Falzarano, Donna Ardizzoni and Rick, Sista Felicia, BJ and Amandacakes!
The Café is starting to take Shape!
WOOOOOO HOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!! Our Good Buddies Joey Ciolino and Kyle Edmonds, sons of Frank Ciolino and Billy Edmonds Take Home Some Hardware! Awesome!!!
Frank Ciolino Writes-
Hi Joey; Here are some pics from today. In one of the shots Joey and Kyle are pictured with their coach Brian Chorney who really took these boys under his wing and because of his outstanding coaching skills he got these boys to finish 1st in their class and 2nd in their age group. Also pictured with the boys is Maryellen Auger from the Little Harbor Boathouse Witch we also owe a big thank you to for the all the support she gave us .I’ll send more info about her and the Little Harbor boathouse a little later. The boys both received this award. As you can probably tell We are so proud of these guys.We had a great day all around.
Gloucester Teens Joey Ciolino and Kyle Edmonds To Race In Ernestine Bayer Race on the Charles Today!
Go Joey and Kyle!!!!! (Frank you better get me some pictures!)
from Little Harbor Boathouse-
Little Harbor Boathouse teen rowers Kyle Edmonds & Joe Ciolino first learned to row at Rowing For All’s Teen Rowing Camp in July and have been training all fall with Head Coach Brian Chorney for their first ever sliding seat rowing competition competing in the doubles race at the Earnestine Bayer Race on the Charles tomorrow, Sun. October 24th! Congratulations & good luck Kyle & Joe!
Here’s a picture of Joey and Kyle in a Grand Bank dory-
In case you haven’t seen Joey and Kyle around the dories this week its because they are trying their hand at sculling in Marblehead.These pictures were taken by Kyles mom Michele.Its a program called Rowing For All.For info you can contact Maryellen Auger at firstname.lastname@example.org. These guys are having a blast but they say its not a easy as it looks. If I get more pics I’ll send them along.
More Dory Race Eliminations Coverage Coming Monday When The Showdown Between The New Jersey Crew of Mick Cote and John Swift Face Off vsJoe Sanfilippo and Mark Duval For The Right To Represent The US vs The Canadians. Also To Be Featured Monday Night At Niles Beach Will Be The Over 40 Race Between Mike Harmoon and John Scola vs Ray D’Amico and Lenny Billante.
The Breakdown From Jimmy T
Monday night at 6PM Niles Beach will determine the final crews to face the Canadians.
Here’s Jimmy Bailing out the dorys after a hard rain with Joey Ciolino and Kyle Edmonds. Won’t you please help Jimmy out and vote for him to be one of ten finalists that will be selected by the number of votes cast for them?
Pic from Father Frank who writes-
Here is Joey he just turned 15 and can’t wait to get in this car and drive. Remember when you were that age and couldn’t wait to get behind the wheel? Let me tell you its killing him ….LOL
Every year the race dories get taken out of the water and stored in a tent up on Pond Road. They need to be rowed across from Saint Peter’s Park, put on trailers, and then brought up to Pond Road where they will be pressure washed and put away til the spring.
Here are a couple of videos that FOB Frank Ciolino took of the day-
Listen for Frank’s Evil Laugh. Mwah Ha Ha!
Joey Ciolino picked me up for a 5 minute row yesterday. I’m hooked. What a blast. Now if I could only get a few moments to be able to get out on the water. sigh.
Here are the GMG Troy Brown Contest winners- Joey Ciolino, Owen Parisi and Kyle Edmonds. They each got t shirts and pictures signed by the three time superbowl champ and pro bowl wide receiver for the New England Patriots.
It pays to be a fan of GMG!
From Frank Ciolino-
Look for The Block Party Red Carpet Celebrity Slide Show At 8AM
A Complete Team Effort Proved Once Again That The Power Of Pulling In The Same Direction For A Great Event Can Reap Huge Rewards For Our Entire Community!
Great job by my fellow Block Party Committee members once again. Also a great job by the folks in City Government and the Police and Fire Departments.
Special thanks to some unsung heros who also helped tremendously during the event- Rick Moore, Donna Ardizzone, and Bob Gillis who helped clean the streets.
Thanks To the DPW for leaving the extra barrells.
Big thanks to The Cape Ann YMCA Clean Team who you will see in a video later today helping to clean the streets spotless at the end of the night.
I’d like to give a huge personal thank you to our Good Morning Gloucester Soldiers- Sharon who manned the GMG Block Party Celebrity Red Carpet Station (Slide show coming at 8AM), Joey and Frank Ciolino who built the backdrop and helped throughout the event at the media presentation truck and David Cox who will undoubtedly provide us with hundreds more photos from this magnificent evening .
Thanks to the people who provided the media presentations, the Art Haven Folks who provided children activities, and Georgie and Erika Hansen who were doing the face painting.
Thanks to all the musicians and performers who donated their time on one of the busiest nights of the year when they could be playing paid gigs elsewhere but play instead for free because they too realize that sometimes it’s not about getting paid.
The Downtown Merchants and restaurants once again put their best face forward and showed what a brilliant jewel we have in Downtown Gloucester.