TEWKSBURY – The Tewksbury High box hockey team celebrated Senior Night in grand style, scoring a season prime in goals whilst night time its report at 6-6 with a 7-1 victory over Bedford, Tuesday evening at Doucette Field.
The rout comes at the heels of a shut, hard-fought 5-4 victory over Melrose, additionally at Doucette, Friday night time. The Redmen are recently of their 2nd three-game win streak of the season.
The victory completes a season collection sweep of the Bucs, via the Redmen, after Tewksbury beat them at their position, previous within the season, 5-0.
Senior Alex Macauda led the onslaught, Tuesday evening, with a hat trick, whilst junior Kat Schille had two goals, and Erin Costello had two assists.
“It’s a good amount,” mentioned Tewksbury trainer Jamie Bruno, of the 12 goals scored within the remaining two video games. “We’ve been rolling. We’ve been executing better, so it’s good offensively.”
In addition to the shows at the sidelines, and the photograph op for the seniors and their folks, any other custom is to begin, or no less than play, all of your seniors in this evening.
Bruno was once ready to get all of them within the beginning lineup, and they performed all of the first quarter whilst Tewksbury moved out to a 2-0 lead. Macauda scored each goals.
“I’m wicked proud,” mentioned Bruno, of her team’s Senior Night efficiency. “We started every senior, from the get-go, and they played the whole first quarter. They worked hard. Just great energy from the moment I got here, tonight.”
Bedford saved the sport fascinating for the remaining of the primary part when it scored to make it 2-1, early in the second one quarter. The Redmen countered with goals from Kat Schille and Aislin Davis to make it 4-1 on the part. The fourth objective got here with 4 seconds left at the clock, simply sooner than halftime.
“I think this field helps, I really do,” mentioned Bruno, whose team is now 3-0 at Doucette, this season. “It’s an amazing environment to play in and I’m super proud of them. The seniors really led, tonight.”
Gabby Couillard joined the scoring parade with the one objective of the 3rd quarter to make it 5-1 after 3. Schille despatched the sport into operating time together with her 2nd objective of the sport, and Macauda scored her 3rd to finish the scoring within the 7-1 ultimate.
“We’ve been executing on corners, ever since Haverhill. “What we did in apply is in point of fact execute on corners. We discovered that is one thing we need to do higher.”
In the non-league game with the Lady Red Raiders, Tewksbury jumped out on top in the first quarter, and the chase was on for the rest of the contest. Melrose scored four times but the game was never tied up after the Redmen took a 1-0 lead on the first of two goals by Amanda Ogden. Kat Schille scored her long-awaited first goal of the season to make it 3-1 at the half. It was a 3-2 game going into the fourth quarter.
“They are a crew that doesn’t hand over, even within the Melrose sport,” said Bruno. “Nobody canine it. They are a hundred p.c power, challenging staff. I used to be glad for them this night.”
Tewksbury has two more games against teams they have already beaten this season, but the score of both games was 2-1, and were decided late in the game.
“Anybody within the MVC is hard,” said Bruno. “If you do not pop out and need it, they will take it from you. They (Bucs) were not quitting both. They were given one once we scored two, and they sought after extra. Every sport is tricky.”
The Redmen will check out and prolong their win streak to 4 video games once they discuss with Cawley Stadium on Friday (3:45 p.m.) to tackle Lowell. Tewksbury is going to Haverhill Stadium’s turf box on Monday to take at the Hillies.