Scored 100 points for Boston Junior Rangers

Published in the March 18, 2016 edition.

WAKEFIELD — It was quite a rookie season for Jonathan Andrews.

Wakefield resident just finished his first year with the Boston Junior Rangers in Tewksbury and compiled 100 points, 88 of which came during the regular season.

Andrews had 32 goals and 56 assists during the regular season. He made the Juniors All-Star team and was the playoff leader in scoring with 12 points to reach the century mark.

Andrews graduated from Matignon High School in Cambridge in 2015. In his first year, he made varsity and played on the first forward line. He stayed on the varsity the next three years and was an assistant captain his senior year. He ended his senior year by scoring a career total of 147 points for the four years. He also made all-conference while at Matignon.

The Wakefield resident played in the Hockey Night in Boston showcase two years in a row. He was also on two state champion teams. One was with Methuen as a 10-year-old and he scored the winning goal. The other team, the Vipers, went to Detroit after winning the state championship to play in the nationals.

Andrews has been accepted to Wentworth College in Boston. He was deferred one year and is taking another year off to play for the Boston Junior Rangers after the coach asked him to return for another year. This year he played on the Elite team and next year he will try out for the Premiere team.

Framingham State also offered a scholarship to Andrews.