MUHS boys’ hockey splits a pair; sits 6th in Division II

SWANTON — The Middlebury Union High School boys’ hockey team split a pair of road games last week and stands in sixth place in Division II with one game to go. The Vermont Principals’ Association will announce playoff pairings on Thursday.
The 11-6-2 Tigers have a chance to pick up points with a road win on Wednesday, when they visit Northfield (6-12). After last week’s results, they have defeated every team above them in the standings except fifth-place U-32.
On Wednesday, host U-32 (12-7-1) dealt the Tigers a 5-2 setback. The Raiders outshot the Tigers, 21-16. Tyler Crowningshield and Colton Leno scored for MUHS, and goalie Doug DeLorenzo made 16 saves.
On Saturday, the Tigers knocked off second-place Missisquoi, 5-3, as Leno and Seamus Eagan scored two goals apiece. Justin Stone also scored, Crowningshield picked up two assists and goalie Sawyer Ryan backstopped the win with 22 saves. Ian Walsh stopped 17 shots for the 13-5-1 T-Birds. 

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