At Medford High, Brittani Lanzilli skating with determination
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In her first game back with the Mustangs, she reached the 200-point plateau for her career.
LoPilato followed that up by registering her 100th point in their next game.
Even though the the results have not fully favored Medford to this point, as the team has stumbled out to a 1-2-1 record to start the season, Lanzilli stands firm on her decision.
“I think we can surprise people,” she said. “We’ve become the underdogs. I think the tournament is the best. I hope we get far.”
Every other shift at a time.
Low turnout shuts down Pope John-Malden boys
Prior to playing any games, the Pope John-Malden High boys’ varsity hockey team had the plug pulled on its season due to concern about the low number of players available.
After their co-op with St. Clement’s expired after last season, Pope John linked up with Malden, but were unfortunately unable to pull together a viable roster in time for the season.
Pope John has not fielded its own varsity team since 2008, and in Malden, hockey has not been offered to its students for nearly a decade.
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