Girl’s Hockey Sweeps Trinity College School in their first NAPHA Weekend

The Huskies traveled North to Port Hope, ON this past weekend to compete in their first NAPHA (North American Prep Hockey Association) league weekend. They swept the weekend going 2-0 against Trinity College School.


Hanna Rose ’18 scores from the point (Photo: provoded)

In the first match, Saturday afternoon, the Huskies battled hard through tough competition, yet prevailed. Late in the first, Miranda Bookman (Forward, 2020) netted one top shelf to put the Huskies up 1-0 going into the second. Despite being out shot in the first half of the game the girls were able to hold their lead. Halfway through the second, Sierra Benjamin (Defense, 2018) managed to score from the top of the crease making in 2-0 and changing the momentum of the game in the Huskies’ favor. Ashley Davis (Goalie, 2017 PG) recorded the shutout in net.

The following morning the Huskies faced off against Trinity for the second game of the weekend. The girl’s came out strong dominating from the first drop of the puck. Goals by Aimee Headland (Forward, 2019) and Keeley Rose (Forward, 2018) put the Huskies up 2-0 heading into the second. In the second, Hadley Swedlund (Forward, 2020) scored her first Northwood goal from a scrum in front of the net. Hanna Rose (Defense, 2018) also added a goal, putting the Huskies up 4-0. The game was tight despite the surge of offense from the girls. Moe Tsukimoto (Forward, 2018) and Nikki Kendrick (Forward, 2018) added one apiece to complete the 6-0 win. Ashley Davis (Goalie, 2017 PG) recorded her 6th shutout of the season.

With this weekend’s wins, the Huskies move to 9-2 on the season. The girls will be hosting the Buffalo Bisons this coming weekend at the Olympic Center.

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