Local Roundup: Hanover’s Maeve Lee reaches 100 career goals in girls hockey win

Maeve Lee

Maeve Lee

Published: 02-23-2024 5:04 PM

Modified: 02-26-2024 3:52 PM

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Hanover 10
Oyster River-Portsmouth 1

Key players: Hanover — Maeve Lee (3 goals, 1 assist), Rory Seelig and Rachel Rockmore (2 goals, 2 assists each), Julia Lawe, Casey Wilkinsonm Nora Bradley (1 goal, 1 assist each), Faith Lindsay (2 assists), Lucy Braga (1 assist), Eleanor Edson (12 saves); Oyster River-Portsmouth — Eliza Farwell (1 goal)

Highlights: Lee’s goal (assists: Seelig, Bradley) at 9:45 of the second period was her 100th career goal and was the turning point of the game. It made it 4-1 and started a five-goal onslaught in the next six minutes. Edson had a momentum-change save off Farwell in the second period.

Coach’s quote: “A little sloppy, but up 3-1 after one, we were able to tighten up team D and ramp up the forecheck, and it opened up opportunities. It was a good team win but means nothing for the playoffs. We’ll see them again, and the score will be 0-0 when they drop the puck.” — Hanover’s John Dodds

Records: Hanover 13-4-2 overall, 12-3-2 league; Oyster River-Portsmouth 14-4-0


Oyster River 3
Lebanon-Stevens-Mascoma 1

Key players: Lebanon-Stevens-Mascoma — Evan George (solid goaltending).

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Highlights: Jack Clary scored a nice power-play goal to open the scoring on an assist from Keegan Dannehy.

Coach’s quote: “I don’t think many people outside of our locker thought we would be playing in March. As the (No.) 4 seed, we can’t wait for a home playoff game on March 2.” — Lebanon-Stevens-Mascoma’s Dean Cashman

Records: Oyster River 13-3-2 league; Lebanon Stevens Mascoma 12-6-0 league, 14-6-0 overall


Richford 67, Windsor 62

Key players: Richford — Robert Gendron (21 points), Jerrick Jacobs (19 points); Windsor — Noah Jenks (24 points), senior Corey Lockwood (19 points in his final game).

Highlights: Down 37-49 to start the fourth period, Windsor’s furious last-quarter run got the Yellowjackets back within four points, but they could not get any closer. Richford junior Jerrick Jacobs reached 1,000 career points during the first quarter.

Coach’s quote: “Being down 10 at the half, we needed to win the third. Instead, we traded baskets and didn’t get enough stops that quarter, where they pounded us in the paint. I’m very proud of how our guys fought until the buzzer. I can’t fault our effort.” — Windsor’s Larry Dougher

Records: Richford 17-4; Windsor 8-13

Randolph 62, Woodstock 47

Key players: Randolph — Caeden Perreault (13 points), Elvis Lavallee (12 points), Ezra Lockhart (8 points, 11 rebounds); Woodstock — Ethan Davignon (32 points)

Highlights: Randolph led by eight points after three quarters, and Woodstock had it down to six before Ethan Davignon hit back-to-back 3-pointers to put the home team up by 12 midway through the fourth to secure the first-round VPA Division III playoff victory.

Coach’s quote: “I’m extremely proud of our boys and how we competed tonight. We were within six points midway through the fourth, and they hit some shots and just wore us down. I want to thank our six seniors for a very memorable season and wish them the best.” — Woodstock’s Scott Brooks

Records: Randolph 11-10; Woodstock 11-10