Basketball - JV Boys
Sub-varsity teams are more developmental in nature and playing on a team offers not only a chance to enjoy the sport, but also a valuable participatory experience for each athlete. This applies to all team members from standouts to substitutes who play a supporting role. In keeping with the Thayer philosophy that athletics are an integral part of a student’s curriculum, students should plan their participation with the help of their advisors – this discussion will help everyone gain a better understanding of each child’s overall school program. All sub-varsity participants are expected to receive fairly equal playing time over the course of the entire season. All team information is available via www.thayer.org/TeamSchedules.
Students at Thayer are privileged to be a part of the Independent School League (ISL). This collection of 16 schools shares the highest ideals for school sports and competes in almost every sport Thayer offers. In addition to the ISL opponents, we schedule contests against other members of the New England Prep School Athletic Council (NEPSAC).
|2||Gavin Toland||2022||Quincy, MA|
|4||Barry Bourassa III||2021||Raynham, MA|
|10||Jarvis Adams Jr.||2022||Dorchester, MA|
|12||Matthew Weber||2021||Hingham, MA|
|22||Shane Weber||2022||Walpole, MA|
|23||Alec Borges||2022||Brockton, MA|
|24||Matthew Jodoin-Siegel||2022||Abington, MA|
|35||Jefferson Driscoll||2021||Milton, MA|
|41||Andrew Klaff||2021||Westwood, MA|
|42||Jake Brini||2022||Hingham, MA|
|43||Michael Brini||2022||Hingham, MA|
Denis CroninDenis joins Thayer after spending the last six years at Shady Side Academy in Pittsburgh, PA, where he served as a Spanish teacher, class dean, head dorm parent, advisor, football and basketball coach. Previously, he taught and coached for three years at the Tilton School in New Hampshire. He earned his BA from Colby College in Spanish and Latin American Studies, where he also played football, and his MA from Middlebury College in Spanish. At Thayer, Denis will teach four sections of Spanish, advise, and coach in the football and basketball programs.
Brendan McKiernanMr McKiernan was born and raised in Indianapolis, Indiana (GO COLTS!). After receiving his bachelors degree from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology and his Masters from the Univeristy of Notre Dame (GO IRISH!), Mr. McKiernan taught in Atlanta and New Orleans through the Alliance for Catholic Education. In addition to teaching, he was a basketball coach and Mathematics Department Head for Holy Cross School in New Orleans. Mr. McKiernan and his wife moved to Boston in June of 2012. He enjoys running, biking and swimming.