Girls Ice Hockey DI schedule for the NH playoffs is:
Hanover seeded # 1- bye
Friday, March 6 @ 4PM : # 5 Lebanon at # 4 Exeter, # 7 STA-Dover at # 2 Berlin-Gorham, # 6 Concord @ # 3 Bishop Brady-Trinity
Tuesday, March 10 @ Concord Everett Arena: winner # 2 vs. # 7 vs. winner #6 vs. # 3 @ 5:30 PM
# 1 Hanover vs. winner Lebanon vs. Exeter (Friday’s game) @ 7:30 PM
2-1 after one. 2-1 after two, and 3-1 after 3. This game of Upper Valley rivals was fought hard. We had many shots on goal, but the Leb defensive effort and goalie were there to answer them tonight. Two goals of ours came from our strong and determined, offensively minded defense.
Pizza and cake after the game to celebrate two player birthdays. On to the post season NHIAA playoffs!
The end of school’s winter break is near, and the Marauders prepare to play their final league game at Campion vs. Lebanon on Tuesday. After that, there are two weeks of post season practice and play, ending with the NH state tournament. There’s more work ahead, and this team is ready for it. Stay focused, Marauders! 36 skates, 18 sticks, 1 goal.
We hope to see many fans on Tuesday @ 5:50!
Tough first period ending with an HHS goal in the last 3 seconds. Second period, we figured it out and put 4 on the board. Third period, opponents scored twice, while Hanover held on to the lead to take the win back to NH. Eliza Laycock tallied her 100th career point– of which this blogger is particularly proud— during this out of league, but counts for our NHIAA league game. The HHS defense was, as usual, strong, and all 3 lines worked very hard and smart during this fast contest. Well done, Marauders!
Win at Concord last night, 10-0. Marauder execution of many well coordinated, crowd pleasing plays ended with the puck in the net last night. The team will practice today and head South for a game vs. Andover High School Warriors tomorrow. The 7:30 PM game on Wednesday is at Phillips Academy Rink in Andover, MA. (That’s about a 1 hour 50 minute drive for fans planning the trip)