MUHS boys’ hockey nets split of two games

MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury Union High School boys’ hockey team split two games last week.
The Tigers’ record stood at 8-6-2, good for sixth place in Division I, heading into a game scheduled for Wednesday at BFA-St. Albans after the deadline for this edition of the Independent. The Tigers are set to visit Stowe on Saturday.  
On Feb. 8, the Tigers defeated host Colchester, 3-1, as Brett Viens, Henry Hodde and Tyler Giorgio each found the back of the net. Tiger goalie Doug DeLorenzo stopped 22 shots, while Max Brault scored and Jake Rocheleau made 25 saves for Colchester, which fell to 3-11-1.
On this past Saturday, visiting Champlain Valley leapfrogged the Tigers in the standings with a 2-1 victory. Both teams are 8-6-2, but CVU has more quality points.
Max Akey and Joe Parento scored for CVU to make it 2-0, and Ziven McCarty pulled MUHS to within a goal with a third-period strike.
Goalie Ty Parker made 13 saves for the Redhawks, and DeLorenzo stopped 21 shots.

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