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Shrewsbury girls’ hockey defeats Algonquin

Algonquin Regional High School's goalkeeper Sasha Barry (#1) prepares to catch the incoming puck.

Marlborough – The Algonquin Regional High School (ARHS) girls” hockey team, which is combined with Hudson High School, hosted Shrewsbury High School (SHS) Feb 13 at the New England Sports Center in Marlborough.

The first period ended scoreless but in the second period ARHS got on the board first with a goal by Jennifer Manning (assisted by Andrea Fahey).? The Tomahawks went up 2-0 with a goal by Nicolette San Clemente (assisted by Fahey and Manning).? Shrewsbury finally responded with a goal by Liz Bertram (assisted by Rachel Diebold and Lauren Ineson) before the period ended with Algonquin leading 2-1.

SHS exploded in the third period with two quick goals by Samantha DiReda (first goal assisted by Bertram and Katie Moran, second goal assisted by Ineson).? Algonquin's Julia Valianti scored from the point (assisted by San Clemente and Manning) but the Colonials went ahead for good with a goal from Christa Dorion (assisted by Katie Moran) to win 4-3. (Photos/Chris Wraight)

Algonquin Regional High School's Andrea Fahey (#12, left) battles Shrewsbury High School's Lauren Ineson (#18, right) in the corner.

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