Girls Hockey Satisfied with First League Weekend

(December 2-4, 2016) The girls’ hockey team traveled to Port Hope, Ontario to compete in their first league North American Prep Hockey Association (NAPHA) weekend. The girls went 2-1-1 on the weekend to improve to 4-1-1 overall in league play and 17-4-3 overall.


Photo: Olivia Skrillof

The first game was against the toughest match-up of the weekend, the Stanstead College Spartans. The Huskies came out strong, holding Stanstead to two goals in as many periods. Unfortunately in the third for the huskies, 5 goals found their way to the back of the net, leading to a final score of 0-7. Despite this tough loss, Hanna Markel ‘17 was exceptionally strong in net and made a total of 45 saves.

After resting up the team traveled to Trinity College School to face off against King’s Edgehill School (KES) and Rice Memorial School. The Huskies beat KES 2-1 and Rice 3-1. Kendall Dubin ‘18 had her first goal of the season against Rice while Moe Tsukimoto ‘18 netted two.

The next day The Huskies played The RNS Riverhawks. It was a hard fought game resulting in a 3-3 tie.

After this first weekend The huskies lead their division in the league. After a break for finals, the girls will travel to Massachusetts for the Cushing Academy tournament over the Christmas holiday.


Sara Donatello ’18 (Photo: Mr. Michael Aldridge)

“I think that our first NAPHA weekend went well. We lost pretty badly to Stanstead, but I don’t think that the score represented how we played. We came out strong against KES the next morning and beat them 2-1. Later that night, we played RICE and even though we didn’t play as well as we had wanted to, we beat them 3-1. Our final game against RNS Sunday morning ended in a 3-3 tie. I think that we could have pulled out a win, but we got a little too comfortable with our 3-1 lead going into the second period and ended up getting scored on twice in the second, but came out in the third and played a solid period to end the weekend. We came out of the weekend first in our division with 6 of the 9 points and second in the NAPHA league.”

– Sara Donatello ‘18 Assistant Captain


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