Congratulations to Matti! She is one of only 9 forwards in the country named on this list.
Check out this USA Today link: All-USA Preseason Girls’ Hockey Team: Forwards
“The three little kittens, they lost their mittens,”
Oh, let us have some pie.”
Happy Thanksgiving HHS hockey gals and families!
Then… let the Hockey season begin! Try-outs next week! Good luck to all!
Enjoy your Thanksgiving pie!
Eight HHS hockey team members will be on the pitch tomorrow at Bill Ball Stadium at noon for the NHIAA DII Soccer Championship title.
The team is the returning champion, and they have battled their way to the championship game, leaving it all on the field. Hockey, Soccer, HHS fans load up the cars and come out and support these gals if you can!
Game time: 12 Noon
Exeter High School, 315 Epping Road, Exeter, NH
If you can’t make the game, try this App to “tune in” to game play on your cell.
TEAM APP: For those friends or relatives who absolutely cannot make the game, Team App has been wonderful! To get Team App download the App from the App store, sign in with an email and make password, then find team: HHS Girls Marauder Soccer, and press on Live Scores to read the action during game time.
What do HHS girls soccer and hockey teams have in common? Eight players come to mind! Numbers 16, 8, 6, 19, 3, 10, 1, and 21! Good Luck to all these girls as they prepare for NHIAA State Playoffs. First playoff game is this Thursday 10/29 vs. Milford, likely at 4:00 PM on the turf field. It won’t be long for the hockey season to start, but for now, these gals have other goals in mind! Go Marauders! Good luck to the HHS Girls Varsity Soccer Team!
One game to go in THIS series.
The USA U18 national team vs. Canadian U18 national team game is tomorrow at 10 AM. Remember fast hockey.com to watch. The series is tied up, one a piece. There will be some extra HHS fans and HHS hockey grad fans in stands at Lake Placid tomorrow, cheering on Matti and the team. They will be joining coach Dodds and his wife Patti, who have been at Lake Placid savoring Matti’s journey and sending good vibes and a comfort of home message out to Matti during the three 20 minute periods.
Go team USA! Win of game 2: 2-0. We will be feeling the chills during the national anthems, and then rooting for Matti and teammates as she concludes her first series as a U-18 National Team player!
Oh, and the 10 or so HHS girls who gathered to watch the game voted on this question posed by my husband during the fast hockey broadcast of game one:
“How many days can Matti wear USA hockey swag to school?”
Response: all voices bounded promptly with a resounding, “Every single day!”
While coaches Dodds and Drew made the trip to Lake Placid, many teammates and HHS team fans watched Matti, number 27, and the USA U18 National team vs. Canada at home last night on fast hockey.com. The close game with Canada came down to a goal in the third that gave Canada game 1, 3-2. Next games in the series: tonight, August 21, Lake Placid, 6PM (or fast hockey), and Sunday August 23 at 10 AM.
More information click on link: USA Hockey Women’s U18 Team
HHS captain, Matti Hartman was named today to USA Hockey Women’s Program U-18 Select National Team. Matti’s journey this year started with the NE festival, then a USA Hockey Elite 66 player camp in Maine from which 33 players were selected to attend a USA Hockey Women’s National festival in Lake Placid last week. Today, she learned she was selected as one of a 23 player roster for the U-18 National Team.
The team will compete in a three game series against Canada on August 20-23rd in Lake Placid.
Congratulations, Matti! The home team is beaming proud! Go Team USA!
See the article link — http://www.usahockey.com (note in the article that games will be streamed live and are available at usahockey.fasthockey.com or follow twitter for live scoring updates on @USAHockeyScores on Twitter.