It was a star-studded affair in Sharon Monday morning as AJ’s Army hit the links. The A.J. Quetta Golf Invitational is raising funds for the Bishop Feehan High School hockey player who was injured while playing in a game in January. Rob Barletta and recently retired New England Patriot Patrick…
A three-day, four-team high school hockey tournament — the AJ Quetta Invitational organized by former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling, and Rob Barletta, owner/general manager of Rodman Arena in Walpole — generated more than $25,000 in support of the Quetta family.
WALPOLE, MASS. (WHDH) – Former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling organized an auction and hockey tournament to help a Bishop Feehan High School hockey player’s family cover his medical bills. Read Story at WHDH.com
AJ Quetta was transferred to the Shepherd Rehabilitation Center from Massachusetts General Hospital to where he will spend the next three months in therapy.
A.J. Quetta, a senior at Bishop Feehan High School in Attleboro, Massachusetts, was flown to a rehabilitation facility in Georgia Tuesday.
What began as an ad hoc group to help Bishop Feehan High School hockey player A.J. Quetta, who suffered a severe injury in a game last week, has become a fixture dedicated to supporting him and his family.
Bishop Feehan directs future donations for injured hockey player A.J. Quetta to Boston Bruins Foundation
The Boston Bruins Foundation and The Greg Hill Foundation have stepped to the forefront in the fund-raising efforts for injured Bishop Feehan senior hockey player A.J. Quetta.
A journey has just begun for A.J. Quetta and his family after the Bishop Feehan hockey player suffered a serious injury during a game Tuesday night.
Chris Wagner was the first Bruins player to speak with reporters following Boston’s victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins on Thursday. But before answering the first question asked on his postgame Zoom conference, the right winger wanted to call attention to a local high school senior on their mind.
Bishop Feehan High School is rallying around a hockey player injured on the ice Tuesday night. Senior AJ Quetta was playing for the Shamrocks against Pope Francis in West Springfield when he crashed headfirst into the boards.