You can't erase an entire high school hockey season from your memory, but, if you could, Milford Co-op coach Sal Follo would like to delete 2015-16. To say it was close to a nightmare would be a gross understatement. The Indians managed only four wins and a tie in 20 games and missed qualifying for postseason play. That had happened only once in the last eight years for a Milford team.
The numbers were stark. Milford scored 53 goals (2.65 per contest) and gave up 127 (6.35).