Jr Wolves Take On Merrimack College & University of Connecticut, News, Junior Wolves, JR (Whitby Girls Hockey Association)

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Jr Wolves Take On Merrimack College & University of Connecticut
Submitted By Mary Calabrese on Tuesday, September 26, 2017
Last weekend, September 21st - 24th the Jr Wolves had a great team bonding experience competing against two NCAA Division 1 teams and learning about their schools.  They travelled to North Andover Mass., to play the Merrimack Warriors and Storrs, Conn. to face the UCONN Huskies.  The Wolves played well against the university teams carrying only 3 lines to play out three 20 minute periods.  The final scores were 3-0 Merrimack Warriors and 6-0 for the UCONN Huskies.  Although they lost both games, a great time and experience was had by all!  Thank you to both schools for giving us the opportunity to play NCAA Division 1 hockey.  Best of luck to you both this season!

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