November 1, 2014

Reb-Hawks rocking in girls hockey

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 Molly Dunphy battles for the puck during last Wednesday’s game against Spaulding High. Dunphy scored two goals, leading the Reb-Hawks to a 7-3 home triumph. (Observer photo by Al Frey)

Molly Dunphy battles for the puck during last Wednesday’s game against Spaulding High. Dunphy scored two goals, leading the Reb-Hawks to a 7-3 home triumph. (Observer photo by Al Frey)

The Champlain Valley Union High-South Burlington High cooperative girls hockey team is thus far a shaking and baking enterprise.

The Reb-Hawks took a 3-1 record into Wednesday’s contest against Colchester High at Burlington’s Leddy Arena, after the Observer’s press deadline. In its four games, the team had knocked in 22 goals while allowing 11.

Road games are also on the CVU-SB docket for Saturday at Missisquoi Valley Union (6 p.m.) and Monday at Stowe High (5:45 p.m.).

Last Saturday, the Reb-Hawks laid a 7-2 rapping on Harwood Union in Waterbury as rampaging Sarah Fisher fired home three goals and added two assists while Molly Dunphy, also on a tear, added two goals plus a helper.

Courtney Barrett had two goals and an assist, while netminder Courtney Peyko had 19 stops between the pipes.

The previous Wednesday, Fisher blew out Spaulding High almost by herself, potting four scores and assisting on two others in the Reb-Hawks’ 7-3 home triumph.

The output lifted Fisher to 14 points in just three outings.

Dunphy chalked up a pair of goals and assisted on three others. She has six goals in four contests.

Barrett scored a goal and assisted on two.

Peyko had 23 saves while her teammates unloaded 40 shots on the Crimson Tide’s net.

—Mal Boright, Observer correspondent

 
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