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Boys’ hockey splits games

MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury Union High School boys’ hockey team settled for a split of two recent games, losing to visiting Brookline, Mass., by one goal on Tuesday after a one-goal win over Missisquoi last week.

The Tigers stood at 3-1 heading into a 2:30 p.m. Thursday home game vs. Milton added to the schedule. Next up is a Jan. 5 road game vs. Champlain Valley.

Tuesday’s game was intended to be the second of the first round in a four-game tournament, but one team withdrew due to COVID issues. Brookline was set to play the third team in the tournament on Wednesday regardless of Tuesday’s result.

Details were not immediately available on Tuesday’s game other than the final score and the fact that Brookline scored the winning goal in the final minute.

On Dec. 22 the Tigers edged visiting Missisquoi, 1-0. Nate Muzzy scored with an assist from Kellan Bartlett, and goalie Eddie Hodde worked a 12-save shutout. T-Bird goalie Garrett Fregeau stopped 35 shots.

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