Monday, March 23, 2015

Tournament Field Grows to 18 Teams: A Look at the Latest

Informational e-mails are currently being e-mailed out to coaches. To register, please contact Paul Seaver at

The field for the 4th Annual "Wally" Seaver High School Invitational is currently up to 18 teams as we prepare for another fun and competitive weekend of basketball in our efforts to fight Lou Gehrig's Disease (ALS).

Here is a look at the recent additions to this year's field. They join these 12 teams who were previously committed. To view all of our current participants, click here.


Mansfield (MA) - The Hornets are back for a third consecutive summer, as they look to defend their "Stay Strong" championship from a summer ago.

Foxboro (MA) - The Warriors are among the newcomers to the field, fresh off a run to the D2 South district semifinals.

King Philip (MA)- Yet another team making their first appearance in the "Wally" Seaver High School Invitational, King Philip will bring some stiff competition to our "Stay Strong" field.


Wellesley (MA) - The Raiders enter the field for the first time following a successful first season under head coach Glen Magpiong, who last spring biked cross-country to raise awareness for ALS research.

Juanita Sanchez (RI) - This Rhode Island-based powerhouse is back for a second consecutive summer, having made it to the "Give All" division semifinal round last year.

Foxboro (MA) - The Lady Warriors enter the field for the first time, fresh off a run to the D2 South district championship game this past winter.

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