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Girls’ hockey splits games; playoffs next

MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury Union High School girls’ hockey team split two close games last week as the regular season neared its conclusion.

The Tigers’ final game before the postseason was scheduled to be at home on Wednesday against Missisquoi after the deadline for this edition. They were set to learn their Division II playoff positioning by early afternoon this Thursday and could play this weekend.

On Feb. 16 the Tigers lost to visiting Rice, 3-2, as Green Knight Katie Craig scored three times in the first period. McKenna Raymond and Patience Hanley scored as the Tigers rallied, while Taylor Betourney stopped one shot, and Ruby Hubbell made seven saves.

On Saturday the Tigers made the long bus ride to Brattleboro worthwhile by winning in overtime, 4-3, on Raymond’s second goal of the game. Raymond also scored in the second period, while Lia Calzini scored in the second period and assisted on Avery Gale’s first-period strike.

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