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The Lumberjack Ledger

Head Coach Jack O'Brien standing arms crossed overlooking the boys ice hockey team

Jack O’Brien has been appointed to the Head Varsity Boys Hockey position at Hebron Academy for the 2019-2020 season. “It is exciting to begin this new chapter of Hebron hockey and to work to help raise our hockey program to the highest level possible.” The history and legacy built from generations of proud hockey players who have skated for the Lumberjacks is something not many programs in the region can match. Building on this tradition, Coach O'Brien strives to push his players towards excellence through hard work and respect; honoring those who have proudly worn the Lumberjack jersey.
Coach Jack O'Brien joined the Hebron Academy Boys Varsity Hockey Coaching staff in the summer of 2017. In addition to coaching Boys Varsity Hockey, he is the Assistant Director of Admission and he is actively involved in the campus life and community of Hebron Academy.  Before coming to Hebron, Coach O'Brien worked as an Information Technology Representative in the Boston area while coaching the Boston Junior Terriers, Baystate Breakers, and Weymouth High School. A native of Braintree, Massachusetts, and graduate of Boston College High School, Jack went on to play two seasons of Junior hockey before accepting an opportunity to play Division I college hockey in the ECAC for St. Lawrence University. While at St. Lawrence he was a member of the 2000 and 2001 ECAC Championship teams, also playing in the NCAA Division I Frozen Four in 2000. He currently resides on campus with his wife Danielle and son Jackson.

Caddy Brooks Named Hebron Academy's New Athletic Director

Hebron Academy is excited to announce that Mr. Caddy Brooks has been named the new Athletic Director. Ms. Leslie "Mitzi" Guenther, while retiring at the end of this year, is excited to mentor Mr. Brooks as he transitions to his new role. Brooks joined Hebron Academy in the 2019-2020 year as a coach, faculty member, and dormitory advisor.

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Winter Athletic Awards

We had planned to hold our winter athletic awards when we returned to campus in late March, but quite a lot changed in a very short time! We thank you for your patience as we have had to adapt and adjust our ceremony. We are pleased to present the Winter Athletic Awards!

Personal Records in the Time of a Pandemic

Mr. Eric Lundblade, history faculty and cross country coach, had been training to run a marathon this month in which he was hoping to set a personal record (PR). In light of current coronavirus pandemic circumstances, the marathon was canceled and his plans were squashed. However, he decided he would continue his training regardless.