Girls hockey wins once in three tries

MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury Union High School girls’ hockey team won once in three recent games.

The Tigers’ record stood at 6-6 heading into a visit to Harwood on Wednesday night and two home games, Hartford this Friday at 5 p.m. and Harwood on Monday at 5 p.m.

On Jan. 26, the Tigers eased past visiting Burr and Burton, 6-1. Avery Gale led the way with three goals and an assist, Lia Calzini and Erin Mulcahy each had a goal and an assist, McKenna Raymond scored once, and Nyna Cole set up two goals. The Tigers broke the game open with four goals in the second period.

On Saturday, host U-32 scored four times in the second period in a 5-3 victory over the Tigers.

Alyssa Frazier had a pair of goals to lead the Raider offense, and goalie Renee Porter made 21 saves. Gale scored twice for MUHS, Calzini added a goal and assisted one of Gale’s strikes, and goalie Ruby Hubbell made 26 saves.

On Monday, visiting Woodstock blanked the Tigers, 9-0, as Isabel Konijnenberg and Kassidy Haley each scored three times and Wasp goalie Meridian Bremel made 23 saves. Hubbell stopped 17 shots for the Tigers.

Share this story:

More News

Men’s lacrosse improves to 7-0

In defeating visiting Springfield, 15-8, on Tuesday afternoon, the Middlebury College men’ … (read more)


Panther baseball sweeps ranked foe

The Middlebury College baseball team concluded its swing through California late last week … (read more)


Karl Lindholm: Fenway meditations: Impressions of a Red Sox fan

I don’t actually remember my first game. I was too young. But I can imagine it, the incomp … (read more)

Share this story: