, Newburyport, MA


August 30, 2013

Celtics visit Merrimac

Maxwell, Bradley host clinic for Young family


“I was very nervous,” O’Neil said. “I was planning what I was going to do. I knew he wasn’t going to move, so I put it between his legs and it went out of bounds.”

Bradley has participated in the RE/MAX clinics each of the last two years. He left yesterday’s session energized from the experience.

“It’s an amazing program,” Bradley said. “I love doing it, I love meeting the families. It’s the highlight of my day. The stories are amazing. That’s what attracts me to this. It makes me want to do it every year. I’m hoping I can stay on the Celtics so I can come back every year.”

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