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Cheverus/Kennebunk scores late to edge Scarborough

December 20, 2018
By Michael Hoffer

Cheverus/Kennebunk junior Abby Lamontage, second from right, is mobbed by her teammates after her late goal put her team ahead to stay in Wednesday’s 2-0 victory at Scarborough

Girls’ hockey: Cheverus/Kennebunk keeps rolling

December 11, 2018
By BRAD SPIEGEL

The Stags allow a goal for only the second time in five games but post a 4-1 win over St. Dom's.

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Tuesday’s Sports Digest: Cheverus/Kennebunk shuts out Falmouth in girls’ hockey

November 28, 2018
By Amy Ashley

Sophia Pompeo has a goal and an assist in the Stags' 3-0 win.

 

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Forecaster: Cheverus/Kennebunk Snaps St. Dom's Win Streak, Stays Undefeated

December 17, 2017
By Amy Ashely
The Cheverus/Kennebunk girls’ hockey team celebrates at the final horn of its 1-0 win over St. Dom’s Saturday afternoon. Cheverus/Kennebunk snapped the Saints’ three-year, 29-game win streak.

From The Forecaster:

BIDDEFORD—Two cousins who have played a lot of hockey together in their young lives produced a goal which allowed the Cheverus/Kennebunk co-op girls’ hockey team to end St. Dom’s’ lengthy win streak Saturday afternoon at the Harold Alfond Forum on the campus of the University of New England. 

Cheverus/Kennebunk, which lost by nine goals to the two-time champion Saints a year ago, came out strong and took a 1-0 lead midway through the first period when junior Zoe Mazur set up freshman Emma McCauley, her cousin, for a goal.

Cheverus/Kennebunk had ample opportunities to extend their advantage, but never did and while St. Dom’s had some looks of its own, Cheverus/Kennebunk controlled the puck most of the way and relied on its defense and senior goalie Anna Smith to frustrate the Saints as it went on to an inspirational 1-0 victory.

Cheverus/Kennebunk improved to 6-0 on the season, dropped St. Dom’s to 3-1 and in the process, ended the Saints’ state record, three-year win streak at 29 games.

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