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Mass. Girls HS Hockey – Bay State League Girls Preview: Wellesley, Braintree Rebuilding; Keep An Eye On Needham

Defending Herget Division champ Braintree was hit hard by graduation from a team that made the D1 Final Four last winter. Needham has a veteran group back that will pose a serious challenge. Over in the Carey, three-time D2 state champion Wellesley also will have ...

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Mass. Girls HS Hockey: Hockomock League Preview: King Philip. MOA Look To Challenge

Defending league champ Canton figures to be strong again, but the Bulldogs will be seriously challenged by Franklin, Mansfield/Oliver Ames/Foxboro and a deep King Philip squad. Stoughton/Sharon looks to continue on its improvement track. CANTON Last Year’s Record: 19-1-4 The Bulldogs are defending Hockomock League ...

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Mass. Girls HS Hockey – Middlesex Freedom Preview: Competitive Campaign Looms Again; New Coaches at Wakefield, Stoneham/Melrose

As was the case last winter, there are two new coaches in the division again this year, with Cassandra Connolly taking over for Stoneham/Melrose, and Jacqui Mansfield the new mentor at Wakefield. It should be a pretty competitive season amongst these five teams. They will ...

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Mass Girls HS Hockey – Patriot League Girls Preview: League Features 12 Teams; Duxbury, Hingham Look Strong; ND Excited

No less than 12 teams will call the Patriot League home this winter, as several teams were added to help with scheduling in this unique season. This is how it will look: Keenan Division: Duxbury, Hingham, Marshfield, Whitman-Hanson/Silver Lake. Fisher Division: Cohasset/Hanover, Pembroke, Plymouth, Quincy/North ...

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Mass. Girls HS Hockey – Catholic Central League Preview: Expect St. Mary’s, Austin Prep To Be Strong Again

The Catholic Central League welcomes three new programs for this season in Bishop Fenwick, Bishop Feehan and Bishop Stang to bring the total to nine. Plans call for three divisions (North, Central, South) of three teams each. Ten league games are planned, and teams are ...

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