The Catholic Convention awarded Catholic Memorial Faculty varsity hockey captain Jack Curran with the 2019 Bruins-MIAA Sportsmanship Award on March 4, according to a joint statement introduced by the Boston Bruins and MIAA.
The award acknowledges people today who very best exemplify the maximum criteria of truthful perform and sportsmanship, according to MIAA Affiliate Director Peter Smith and Boston Bruins Youth Hockey Advancement Supervisor Mike Dargin. Each individual calendar year, the MIAA and Boston Bruins choose one particular particular person from every single Massachusetts high college hockey league for the honor.
A senior from Holliston, Curran performs middle for the hockey team. He also performs for the CM varsity golfing and baseball groups.
Before this calendar year, he gained a congressional nomination for a extremely selective ultimate interview at the Naval Academy.
“Jack definitely signifies a CM education and learning,” stated CM President Peter Folan. “He is amazingly effectively-rounded, serving as a peer minister, campus chief, and three-season athlete. Jack cares about his classmates and is a legitimate gentleman both on-and-off the ice. Jack is a youthful male of integrity and high character. Every person who fulfills Jack is definitely amazed with his authenticity and desire to make an effect on the environment. Jack is a function product on campus, and we are very pleased of him.”
Jack scored three ambitions all through CM’s 6-2 earn about Needham in the South Sectional Quarterfinals on March 2. He has eight ambitions and 10 assists this season.
“This award suggests a ton about my coaching workers and the college,” stated Curran, who aided coordinate his team’s blanket donation to St. Mary’s of Dorchester in December.
“As a chief, I like to stay constructive. When we went via an offensive tough patch before this calendar year, we understood that we ended up struggling to rating. But, I thought it was essential to remind the fellas of the get the job done we experienced performed beforehand so that we didn’t get much too down on ourselves.”
Off the ice, Curran aided coordinate the CM hockey team’s blanket drive for the homeless all through the CM Xmas Tour Getaway Match this past December. He also served as a peer minister at CM and as an assistant football mentor for the Particular Olympics in Milford.