Greenwich Academy’s ice hockey team played well in a tough 2-0 loss to Choate Rosemary Hall in a game held on Wednesday at Chelsea Piers Connecticut in Stamford.
“It was another hard-fought battle,” Greenwich Academy coach Erin Brawley said. “We were in it the whole way, which was exciting. We had a lot of chances, it just didn’t go our way.”
Brower noted that senior tri-captain Cameron Brower helped lead the team’s strong defensive play. Junior Liana Seeley also played great in goal, Brawley mentioned. Seeley made 26 goals for GA (0-3).
Sophomore Peyton Williams paced Greenwich Academy offensively, generating a good number of shots on goal. Caroline Holm gave Choate Rosemary Hall a 1-0 lead with 8:06 remaining in the second period, scoring off an assist from Alison Giebler.
At the 9:08 mark of the third period, Norah Morris notched a goal for Choate, making it 2-0. Greenwich Academy, which registered 15 shots, is in action again Saturday against host Millbrook School in a game scheduled to begin at 2:30 p.m.
“All in all, the girls played really well a lot of battling all over the ice,” Brawley said. “We expect to see more of the same effort on Saturday against Millbrook.”
Categories: Greenwich Academy, Winter sports
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