Girls’ Hockey Sweeps First League Weekend

During Family Weekend (October 5-6, 2018), the Northwood girls’ hockey team hosted Trinity College School for a two-game series, at the Olympic Center. The girls went 2-0, sweeping their North American Prep Hockey Association (NAPHA) rivals.

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Miranda Bookman ’20 celebrates one of her two goals against Trinity at the Olympic Center.

The first game of the weekend started off with the Huskies in control as Miranda Bookman ‘20 (Forward) scored off a pass in the slot from Ella Fesette ‘21 (Forward). The Huskies dominated play for the rest of the first period, but couldn’t stick one in. In the second, the Huskies still continued to dominate play and still couldn’t score. Starting in the third period, the Huskies capitalized on their play as Aimee Headland ‘19 (Forward) scored, pushing the score to 2-0. Emilie Venne ‘20 (Goaltender) saved all seven shots recording a shutout.

Like the first game, the Huskies dominated play right from the start. In the first couple minutes, Bookman netted her second of the weekend off a rebound in front of the net making the score 1-0. Toward the end of the period, Trinity tied the game at 1. The second period, despite many power-play opportunities, had no scoring for either team The third period, however, had many Husky chances and goals. In the first minute of the period, Mackenzie Hull ‘20 (Forward) scored off an assist from Iliana Smith ‘22 (Forward) pushing the score to 2-1. Just a couple minutes later, Hadley Swedlund ‘20 (Forward) scored off assists from Hull and Lexi Hooper ‘20 (Forward). Toward the end of the period, Marina Alvarez ‘21 (Defense) scored, making the final score 4-1 for the Huskies.

With this weekends wins the Huskies move to 3-1-1 on the season. Next, the Huskies travel to Vermont to compete in a showcase at NAHA. Follow the Girls’ Hockey Team on Facebook and Twitter for live play-by-play updates year round.


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