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Shrewsbury girls’ hockey defeats ARHS

Algonquin Regional High School's Sasha Barry (#1, left) smothers the shot by Shrewsbury High School's Kelsie Flynn (#19, right).

Region – Shrewsbury High School (SHS) girls” hockey battled Algonquin Regional High School (ARHS) at the DCU Center in Worcester Jan 26.? The first period ended in a scoreless tie.

In the second period, ARHS went up 2-0 quickly after goals by Nicolette San Clemente and Abigail Chrisafideis (assist from Kelly Wendt). However, SHS responded with goals of their own by Katie Moran (assists from Liz Bertram and Lauren Ineson) and Samantha DiReda (assist from Rachel Diebold) to end the second period in a 2-2 tie.

In the third period, SHS's DiReda scored quickly (assist from Bertram), followed by Christa Dorion (assist from DiReda) and then another goal from DiReda (assists from Diebold and Bertram). Shrewsbury won the game, 5-2.

(Photos/Chris Wraight)

 

Shrewsbury High School's Liz Bertram (#15, left) manages to get her shot off despite the defense of Algonquin Regional High School's Cassandra Chaves (#16, right).

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