Courtesy of the Local Town Pages- When Matthew Boldy was chosen 12th by the Minnesota Wild at the National Hockey’s annual draft in June, the town of Millis suddenly was front and center when the talented 6-foot2, 196-pound left wing became a first-round selection. As the draft progressed into the sixth round, Millis again was in the spotlight after Patrick Moynihan was chosen by the New Jersey Devils. Both skaters, who live in Millis and are good friends, have scholarships to Division 1 colleges Boldy at Boston College and Moynihan at Providence College. Boldy, a left wing, and Moynihan, who can play center or right wing, will play for their respective colleges this winter. The 18-year-old Moynihan is a native of Millis. He attended the Clyde Brown Elementary School (K-through Grade 4) and his middle school years (Grades 5-8) were at the junior-senior high school. He later attended Noble & Greenough in Dedham as a freshman and sophomore before leaving for the National Team Development Program in Michigan. Also 18, Boldy was born in Millville and attended elementary school there. He later lived in Hopedale before moving to Millis. While in Millis, he chose to attend Medway schools (Grades 4-9). As a freshman at Medway High, he hit .400 in baseball on the frosh squad and he was the No. 3 golfer on the varsity. As a sophomore, he enrolled at the Dexter School in Brookline before joining the national development program. Boldy, who played youth hockey for seven years with the South Shore Kings in Foxboro, developed a love for hockey by watching his older brother (Mike) compete. Moynihan played nine years of junior hockey in Marlboro with the Minuteman Flames. Both were excited to be drafted after spending two years in the national program with the under-18 team that competed in the United States Hockey League.