Girls’ hockey splits contests

MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury Union High School girls’ hockey team split two games last week to finish the regular season at 7-12.
The Tigers have apparently earned the No. 7 seed in Division I and could visit No. 2 seed BFA-St. Albans in a quarterfinal matchup this weekend. The Vermont Principals Association was set to release official pairings early on Monday.
On this past Wednesday visiting Rice improved to 13-5 by topping the Tigers, 4-1. Helen Anderson scored for the Tigers, and senior goalie Bridget Audet stopped 20 shots. Rice goalie Emily McDonald made 19 saves.
On Saturday the Tigers coasted at Spaulding, 10-1. Abby Gleason (two goals and three assists), Tulley Hescock (two goals), Anderson (goal, two assists) and Raven Payne (goal, assist) were their top point-getters
Also scoring were Polly Hemingway, Audrey Schnoor, Devyn Pratt and Anna Macintosh. Lydia Deppman and Audet combined to make four saves for the Tigers.

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