MIAA Girls Division 1 Tournament – Wednesday Recap: Arlington Edges Beverly/Danvers As Coach Mead Gets 300th Win; WH/SL Upends Bishop Stang

Gary Demopoulos
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Gary Demopoulos has been covering prep school hockey for the HNIB News for over 30 years, and has been the editor of the HNIB News since 2005. A former sportswriter and news editor at the Woburn (MA) Daily Times Chronicle, he has been the HNIB News' key reporter for Mens Prep School hockey since 1988, as well as womens hockey, both at the prep school and high school levels. for almost 20 years. Gary also helps organize and oversee HNIB's many summer tournaments and festivals for scholastic players.

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Molly Conneely Arlington

– Second period goals by Molly Conneely and Libby Corsetti were enough for #10 Arlington to get past #23 Beverly/Danvers, 2-1, giving veteran coach Jeff Mead his 300th career win. Clara Carey had the gone for Beverly/Danvers, which finished at 10-10-1.

Caitlin Kelley
Bishop Feehan

– Arlington’s opening in the next round will be #7 Bishop Feehan in a rematch of last year’s quarterfinal. The Shamrocks downed Auburn, 7-3, in their first round matchup, led by Brooke Borges’ two goals. Caitlin Kelley had a goal and two assists, while Brenna Vitelli, Chloe Bryda, Grace Campbell and Molly Braga also scored.

Sophia Boucher
Cape Cod Furies

Sophia Boucher had both goals as the #15 Cape Cod Furies blanked #18 Reading, 2-0, avenging a loss in the first round of last year’s tournament.

– The Furies next get #2 Notre Dame Academy, which cruised to an 11-0 win. Morgan Brady and Lauren White scored early in the first period to get the Cougars on their way.

Yasmine McKenzie Shrewsbury

– #3 Shrewsbury eliminated Old Rochester, 9-0. A balanced scoring attack saw eight different goal scorers, led by two goals and assist from defenseman Yasmine McKenzie. Lauren Albertson contributed a goal and two assists. Up next for the Colonials will be the winner of Thursday’s matchup between Pope Francis and Stoneham-Wilmington.

Addison Garrity Hingham

Addison Garrity scored two goals, and Caroline Doherty added the other as #6 Hingham blanked #27 Arlington Catholic, 3-0. Hingham awaits the winner of Thursday’s Longmeadow-Newburyport matchup in the Round of 16.

– Six different players – Maggie Pierce, Amanda Forziati, Haylie Grossman, Gabbi Oakes, Kelly Lovett and Jenna Chaplain – each had a goal in #1 St. Mary’s 6-0 win over #32 Medford/Malden.

Abbey Millman Bishop Fenwick

– The Spartans get Catholic Central League foe Bishop Fenwick in the round of 16 after the Crusaders rallied to knock off Plymouth, 2-1, in overtime. Senior Abbey Millman was the hero with the game-winner. Penny-Levine Stein had Fenwick’s other goal, assisted by Ali Sprissler. Plymouth concludes its season at 10-7-4.

– #8 PLNR defeated fellow Northeastern Hockey League foe #25 Shawsheen/Bedford 4-1 with goals from Hannah Gromko, Penny Spack, Angela Fabbo and Jenna DiNapoli. Ava Buckley had two assists. Shawsheen/Bedford finished at 10-11-0, a year after going 1-19. Up next for PLNR is the winner of Thursday’s Methuen-Tewksbury/Acton Boxboro matchup.

Kaitlyn Bush

Kaitlin Bush had a hat trick, and Shelby Nassar and Mia Kmiec each had a goal in #4 HPNA’s 5-0 whitewashing of Marblehead. The Westford Academy/Billerica-Chelmsford winner is next on HPNA’s docket.

– #21 Whitman-Hanson/Silver Lake went on the road and took care of #12 Bishop Stang 4-2 thanks to goals from Calliegh Vurlpillate, Jules Connors, Jocelyn Moore and Brenna Hohmann. Kasey Curran and Emily Curran had goals for the Spartans, who ended 13-6-2. WH/SL awaits the winner of Thursday’s Winthrop-Hopkinton/DS game.

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