Friday Recaps- Girls Prep Holiday Tournaments

Exeter    7     NMH   0

Host Phillips Exeter welcomed Northfield Mt. Hermon in the nightcap of the Phillips Exeter Holiday tournament, although they weren’t very good hosts as Exeter drubbed NMH 7-0.  

Exeter dominated the visitors from the get go and kept pouring on with relentless puck pursuit and possession.

Exeter goalies Michaela O’Brien and Grace Emmick combined for the shutout, while five different players tallied for the victors.

1st Star- Jenna Brooks, Exeter

2nd Star- Lydia Anderson, Exeter

3rd Star- Rachel Shu, Exeter


Lawrence   4    Milton    3

The game started with a quiet first but picked up quickly in the second where it seemed the 2 teams were going goal for goal. The final score was 4-3 in a relatively evenly matched game.


Brooks    5    Pomfret    0

Brooks and Pomfret matched up in the opening game of the Phillips Exeter Holiday Tournament on Friday afternoon.  Brooks dominated this one from the drop of the puck cruising to a 5-0 victory.

Defenseman Caroline Cutter led the way offensively with 2 goals and an assist.

Carly Stefanini, Ashley Houlihan and Brooke Rogers also tallied, while Quin Healy added two helpers for the victors.

Sydney Correa earned the shutout in net for the Bishops.

Honorable mention goes to Pomfret netminder Rieley Jessie-Gerelli  for an outstanding effort. This contest would have been much more lopsided if not for her.

1st Star, Caroline Cutter, Brooks

2nd Star, Quin Healy, Brooks

3rd Star, Rieley Jessie-Gerelli, Pomfret


Williston 4 Middlesex 0

Williston opened up the scoring 17 seconds into the first period and did not take their foot off the gas. Middlesex struggled to exit their zone but kept spirits alive with support from their bench all game long. Final score was 4-0 for Williston.


Nobles     2      Westminster     0

Nobles dominated the play in all three periods. With a lot of top shelf talent they were able to get many quality opportunities and deny any attempts by Westminster. However, Westminster played a disciplined defensive game and kept the score reasonable.


St. Paul’s   4      Lawrence Academy    1

St. Paul’s faced Lawrence for their first game of the Harrington Tournament. The first period ended 0-0, but scoring opened up quickly in the second. The score was tied 1-1 early in the second before St. Paul’s generated 3 unanswered goals to take the 4-1 win. Lawrence put up a strong effort with a short bench, but it was not enough to hold off the deeply talented St. Paul’s team.


St. Mark’s    4       Milton   3

A back and forth game, the teams were evenly matched up. Both teams played a full game and were able to capitalize on opportunities. It came to OT were St. Mark’s was able to score first at take the win.