Tournament   Schedule
All Games Played @ Hobomock Arenas--Rink I
Awarded by Hobomock Arenas in Memory of  
  George R. Gould

$1000.00 scholarship awards to the
MVP of each of the Championship game teams
(2)GIRLS $500.00 scholarship awards to the  
MVP of each of the Championship game teams

Athletic Deptartment Awards (2)
BOYS       $1000.00 to the Champion School  Athletic Dept    
    $500.00 to the Runner Up School Athletic Dept.
GIRLS         $500.00 to the Champion School  Athletic Dept.    
   $250.00 to the Runner Up School Athletic Dept

            This  Tournament was put together by area high schools as a tribute to
                      Hobomock Arenas Founder and Owner  George R. Gould.

     What a Wonderful Tribute This Memorial Tournament is to a Truly Wonderful Man.

George Gould has been involved with the youth of Pembroke since the early 1960’s.   He had a sports
camp for boys here on the shores of Stetson Pond, and truly enjoyed  meeting, interacting and teaching
these kids to be good sportsmen. His wife, Irene, would make the rounds in the morning and pick up those
kids who needed rides and then she would make the return trip in the afternoon.  Together they helped
make many great memories for a lot of boys on the South Shore.
In the early 1970's he stumbled upon the idea to develop an ice arena. Why?   Because his nephew, Ron
Woodworth, was traveling into Boston at 3 am to play   hockey.  Again with his wife, Irene, at his side they
took a big chance.  He left his job as a manager at Ocean Spray and the Hobomock Arenas were born.  
Soon their two kids, Debbie (Gould) Johnson and George R. Gould Jr.,were   skating along with hundreds
of other kids who may never have had the opportunity. And Ron was working at his  side.
During the mid 1970’s Hobomock Sports Camp was held at the Arenas  and at the Stetson Pond boy’s
camp site. Those who attended will remember a  morning of on and off ice training and then onto the bus
as ‘Mr. Gould’ drove them to an afternoon of boating, swimming, tennis, archery, etc.
George Gould never stopped investing in this areas youth sports.  
From  sponsoring girls’ softball and boys’ baseball teams, to making sure their fields were in good order,
he always made sure the kids had a safe place to play their sport and have fun. Anonymously, he
sponsored many children in many sports.  He never wanted a child to be unable to play because they
couldn’t afford to.
His Children, Debbie (Gould) Johnson,  George R. Gould Jr. and nephew Ron Woodworth will continue to
work as a team along with their families to  follow his example.  Continuing to facilitate good sportsmanship
in a safe environment for our areas youth to play and have fun.

Thank You again to the area High Schools for remembering George R. Gould, our dad,      
                             with the
George R. Gould Memorial Tournament

Debbie (Gould) Johnson
George R. Gould Jr.
Ron Woodworth
George R.  Gould Memorial
High School Tournament

Monday February 19, 2018

Gould Tournament--Boys
          12:20pm  Game 1    Norwell   @  Pembroke                  
             2:00pm   Game 2
  Scituate  @  Silver Lake                  

Gould Tournament--Girls
2:00pm     Game 1     Scituate @ Pembroke
               3:40pm     Game 2   Hanover/Cohasset @ Norwell

Wednesday  February 21 , 2018

Gould Tournament--Girls
2:00pm                      Consolation Game--Girls
3:40pm                                    Final Game--Girls

Gould Tournament--Boys   

5:30pm                    Consolation Game-- Boys
7:20pm                                Final Game -- Boys