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Girls’ hockey splits contests

MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury Union High School girls’ hockey team split two road games last week and stood at 8-9 heading into a home game vs. Rice played Wednesday after deadline for this section.

The Tigers are scheduled to wrap up their regular season by visiting Brattleboro on Saturday and hosting Missisquoi on this coming Wednesday at 7 p.m. Division II playoff pairings will be announced next Thursday.

On Feb. 9, host Woodstock, D-II’s first-place team, coasted past the Tigers, 8-1, as Wasp Isabel Konijnenberg scored four times and Gracelyn Laperle added three goals. Wasp goalie Meridian Bremel made 10 saves.

Hana Doria scored for the Tigers, and goalie Ruby Hubbell made 21 saves.

On Saturday, the Tigers bounced back to top host Stowe, 6-4, as McKenna Raymond recorded a hat trick. The game was tied at 2-2 after one period, and the Tigers took charge by outscoring Stowe, 4-1, in the second period. Avery Gale scored twice, Patience Hanley added a goal and an assist, and Hubbell stopped 16 shots.

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