IHC names O’Brien as new hockey coach

Coaching

HIGH SCHOOL HOCKEY

WATERTOWN — Immaculate Heart Central has named James “Obie” O’Brien of Watertown as its new hockey coach.

O’Brien has more than 40 years of experience in youth hockey, including 25 years as a coach, as well as 40 years as a hockey official, including 23 as a referee-in-chief, as well as serving on the Watertown Hockey Association Board of Directors, according to O’Brien.

O’Brien replaces Kevin Chamberlain, who coached the Cavaliers for the past five seasons.

IHC posted a 4-10 record this past season, faring 2-10 in Section 3 Division I play.

The Cavaliers’ team is historically made up of players from IHC each season, as well as from Watertown High and General Brown.

Johnson Newspapers 7.1

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