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Mass. Girls HS Hockey – Highlights From A Busy Weekend: Dedham’s Iantosca Ecplises 100-Point Plateau; Canton Catches St. Mary’s In OT

* Ivorie Arguin's second goal of the game, midway through the third period, snapped a 3-3 tie and gave Pope Francis a 4-3 win over Reading. Arguin finished with two goals, and Kaitlyn Ondrick and Ela Rabidoux also had...

Mass. Girls HS Hockey – Highlights: Burlington Takes It In OT; MC, St. Mary’s Pick Up Key D1 Wins

Angalisa Caceda Waltham Taking a look at some pre-Christmas game highlights: * In Waltham's 8-3 win over Lexington, forwards Olivia Egirous (4g-2a) and Angalisa Caceda (1a-6a) had huge games for the Hawks. * Maeve Murray's goal in overtime propelled Boston Latin to a...

Mass. Girls HS Hockey – Highlights: Framingham Clinches First BSC Carey Crown Since 2007; Sandwich Is C & I Champ

- An overtime goal by Elise Verrier was the difference in Reading's 2-1 win over Wakefield. Ally Sumner also had a goal for the Rockets. Celeste Scopettuolo countered for the Warriors. Mackenzie Coleman Framingham - Framingham secured its first Bay State Carey...

Mass. Girls HS Hockey – Wednesday’s Highlights: Hingham’s Doherty Puts Up 7 Goals; Martha’s Vineyard Cools Off Falmouth; Dedham Clinches TVL

Caroline Doherty Hingham - It was quite a night for Hingham sophomore Caroline Doherty, who scored seven goals as the Harborwomen downed Norwell, 8-3. Just two weeks ago, the sophomore forward had a six-goal game in a win over Scituate. Addison...

Mass. Girls HS Hockey – Weekend Highlights: 3 Goaltender Milestones Reached; Caceda, Modder Both Have 4-Goal Games

- It was milestone Saturday for goaltenders, as no less than three netminders hit key marks over the weekend. Belmont veteran senior Bridget Gray reached 2,000 career saves in Belmont's 3-0 loss to Burlington Saturday. Also, Milton's Lily Chamoun...

Mass. Girls HS Hockey – Highlights From The First Full Weekend Of Action:

- Longmeadow and Pope Francis skated to a 1-1 deadlock. Jane O'Connor gave the Lancers a 1-0 lead in the second period, and Kellie Harrington countered for the Cardinals in the third period. - Grace Mottau, Shea Nolan, Catherine Batchelder,...
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