Boston Handball

Boston Team Handball
March 19, 2017 —   Juu Bueden, right, and Eduardo Mascerell (18) warm up before the start of Boston Team Handball’s match against New York City during a handball tournament at the Melnea A. Cass Recreation Complex in Roxbury MA, Sunday afternoon.  Both handball teams are ranked among the top four in the nation and are rivals in the Northeast’s first division.  Photo by Kyle Davi.
Boston Team Handball
March 19, 2017 —   Boris Kramer, right, strategizes with his fellow team members of Boston Team Handball before taking the court against New York City during a division 1 handball tournament at the Melnea A. Cass Recreation Complex in Roxbury MA, Sunday afternoon.  This is the only game for the year between these two rivals outside of the three day national handball tournament in May, of which New York City are the defending champions.  Photo by Kyle Davi.
Boston Team Handball
March 19, 2017 —   Boston Team Handball player Amael Radec (7) scores a goal against New York City goalie Erun (16) while being defended B. Mustafa (15) during a handball tournament at the Melnea A. Cass Recreation Complex in Roxbury MA, Sunday afternoon.  New York City won, 23-22.  Photo by Kyle Davi.
Boston Team Handball
March 19, 2017 —  Amael Radec of Boston Team Handball reacts to a referee’s call while on the bench during a match against the team’s rival New York City as part of a division 1 handball tournament at the Melnea A. Cass Recreation Complex in Roxbury MA, Sunday afternoon.  New York City won, 23-22.  Photo by Kyle Davi.
Boston Team Handball
March 19, 2017 —  After all of the day’s handball matches, Boston Team Handball Juu Bueden (8) lifts the boundary tape off of the floor of the Melnea A. Cass Recreation Complex in Roxbury MA.  The boundaries of handball are not native to the floor of the complex, so Boston Team Handball must use tape to define their own lines when using the venue for practices and tournaments.  Photo by Kyle Davi.
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