How do you know that the ice hockey season is close? Try-out sign ups! The 2017-2018 season is not that far off (try-outs are traditionally after Thanksgiving, so there is some time).
Dedicated, enthusiastic ice hockey loving players wanted! Fun, more fun, TRADITION, hard work, and a team dynamic second to none is what it’s all about. Great coaches, great teammates, great alums. Tradition never graduates!
Join the HHS ice hockey family! There are some good skaters out there, and they are wanted!
Sign-up day for HHS girls varsity ice hockey is this Thursday, October 19. The group will meet in the caf, right after school. Get ready to get your game on!
Off season? Several HHS alums and current HHS players are listed on Beantown and Wizards showcase rosters this weekend for this series of summer hockey games around the Boston area…..Alums playing on the… ?? Hamsters?? team include Kelly Brigham (Connecticut College ’20 ), Caroline Howell (Trinity University ’18), Sarah Wagner (Amherst College ’19) and Eliza Laycock (Amherst College ’20). Matti Hartman (Northeastern ’20) was also playing.
Current HHS players spotted on other rosters include Briland Laycock (HHS 2018, Islanders U19), Bryn Kable (HHS 2019, Vermont Shamrocks U19), Clara Boland (HHS 2019), Meredith Morhun (HHS 2020) and Emma Tysinger (HHS 2019), all playing on Vermont Shamrocks U16.
NH wins! It’s no surprise that the Marauder squad of Mahler Meyerrose, Clare Gardner, and JJ Taube made their mark in yesterday’s win at the annual Make-A-Wish game at Gutterson Arena. Meyerrose contributed 2 assists, and Gardner and Taube both supplied goals in the 7-5 win against Vermont. We’re going to miss these gals, but tradition never graduates!
Briland Laycock, HHS forward and rising senior, was honored this week by the Valley News as Hanover High School female athlete of the year. 18 female and 18 male athletes were selected from their regional high schools for the VN honor. Laycock was cited for signature moments this year including first team all state honors, 37 goals, 22 assists, and as season regional points leader with 59 points. Also noted was a 1 goal, 1 assist state championship game resulting in a 3-1 win against Exeter at SNHU Arena. At a well attended VN Athletes of the Year awards dinner at the Fireside this Tuesday, VN sports editor Greg Fennell applauded this year’s HHS Marauder 8th straight state championship, an honor earned by the many strong returning players and many new team additions. Laycock also was part of the D1 state championship finalist tennis team, winning all matches at number 4 singles.
Past Marauder winners of the VN award include Matti Hartman (2016), and JJ Daniel (2015).
“In this YCN Sports Wrap Special we take a look at the Hanover Girls Ice Hockey 2016-2017 Championship. Beginning with the regular season, all the way to their Championship victory over Exeter. We take a look at highlights from the games as well as interviews with Head Coach John Dodds along with Maddie Lyons, Briland Laycock, Mahler Meyerrose, and Cici Barton.”
Click on the link below to view:
Game clips and highlights, interviews, and insights about what makes the HHS team special.
Captains for next season were announced last night after a wonderful season-end banquet. Players were honored at the banquet with coach’s traditional review of the impressive team season summary stats, and team goal achievements. This was followed by his annual one by one testimony of individual player stats, game highlights, contribution to the Marauder effort, and, of course, the much loved humorous collection of teammate contributed player personality tidbits.
It was a memorable and joyful evening for the Marauder family, capped off by a video and slide creation reviewing the 5 month Marauder journey which culminated in the 8th consecutive state championship title. We also learned that Woburn High, a team we tied 1-1, won the Massachusetts D1 title.
Our 8 seniors were great leaders, friends, and teammates, and will be much missed! Each senior received a Marauder practice jersey with their number on it, in case they are in the area sometime next season. The tradition is that they are welcome!
Looking forward to next year’s season when Hannah Curtis, Briland Laycock, and Cate Wagner from the class of 2018 together assume the HHS captain leadership role and craft the way to another successful, hardworking, and fun filled season. Tradition Never Graduates!
NH All State Teams were announced this week. Congratulations to all our players!
Briland Laycock – Forward, First Team
JJ Taube – Defense, First Team
Cate Wagner- Forward, Second Team
Sarah MacCormick, Defense, Second Team
Clare Gardner, Forward, Honorable Mention