Tiger girls’ hockey rallies past Stowe for big D-II win

STOWE — The Middlebury Union High School girls’ hockey team rallied for a key Division II road win on Monday, 3-2 at Stowe.
The Tigers trailed the Raiders, 2-1, in the third, but goals by Timi Carone and Molly Wetmore gave the Tigers the victory.
CareyAnne Howlett notched the other score, and goalie Baily Ryan made six saves for MUHS, which improved to 8-3. The Raiders, fourth place in D-II, fell to 5-6 despite 54 saves by goalie Danielle Mayo.
The Tigers as of Wednesday morning were in second place in the league according to the Vermont Principals’ Association quality points standings, just behind Burr & Burton (9-1-1) and just ahead of Northfield (9-2-1). The Tigers’ early-season D-I wins are helping them in the standings. 

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