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Algonquin girls” hockey overpowers Mansfield-Oliver Ames

By Chris Wraight, Contributing Writer

Algonquin Regional High School's Kayla Currin (#14, right, from Hudson) gets her shot off in front of Mansfield High School-Oliver Ames High School's Avalon McCullough (#5, rear).

Algonquin Regional High School's Kayla Currin (#14, right, from Hudson) gets her shot off in front of Mansfield High School-Oliver Ames High School's Avalon McCullough (#5, rear).

Marlborough – The Algonquin Regional High School girls’ hockey team, which is comprised of players from Algonquin, Hudson High School, Marlborough High School and Nashoba High School, hosted the combined Mansfield High School-Oliver Ames High School team at the New England Sports Center Dec. ?28.

After a sluggish first period in which neither team scored, Algonquin exploded for four goals in the second period to lead 4-0. Goals were scored by Nicollette San Clemente (assisted by Julia Valienti, and Janice Bolton); Kayla Currin (assisted by Kelly Wendt); Alice Schley (assisted by Isabella Bogdanski and Currin); and Elizabeth Muirhead (assisted by Currin and Paige Fournier).

In the third period Algonquin continued the scoring with three goals – Valienti (assisted by Bogdanski); San Clemente (assisted by Muirhead); and Schley, to win 7-0.

Photos/Chris Wraight

 

Algonquin Regional High School's Julia Valianti (#10, right) battles Mansfield High School-Oliver Ames High School's Brynne Levine (#4, on ice) for the puck.

Algonquin Regional High School's Julia Valianti (#10, right) battles Mansfield High School-Oliver Ames High School's Brynne Levine (#4, on ice) for the puck.

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