Maybe it was the penalties. Maybe it was that spurt five minutes in to which Rammy Lammy referred. Whatever the reason, the men of the Central Massachusetts Maelstrom prevailed over the women of the Boston Massacre, 284-131. Maelstrom member Ryan Conlin was gracious in his assessment of the team that was second best that evening.
“Boston is a very, very tough team,” he said. “They’ve been around a long time. They have a lot of very smart players. They have a lot of very smart coaches. Always nice to have good competition.”
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NPR “Only a Game” Coverage of Boston Massacre v. Maelstrom Bout