Wraps: ‘Tight-knit’ girls’ hockey fights off injuries, illnesses

The Newtonite

by Ryan Condon
Despite a record of 2-12-1, girls’ hockey had a successful season, according to senior Courtney Leahy, a captain with seniors Katie Caruso and Stephanie Vitone.
“This team was the most tightly-knit team in the four years I’ve been here,” Leahy said.
The team didn’t catch any breaks this season, with injuries and sickness playing a major role, Leahy said.
According to coach Bob MacDougall, the team fought hard in its games, “but we just couldn’t play three strong periods on a consistent basis,” he said.
Caruso was named a Bay State Conference all-star.
Next year’s captains will be juniors Marisa Gilardetti and Ashley Smith.