Over the weekend of 8/8/14 members of the U19 Tier 1 North Shore Vipers team participated in the Hockey Night In Boston Showcase. The following members were selected to the All-Star game and also received individual awards.
Julianne Sheehan(left)- Top 6 forward in tournament
Veronica Alois -(middle)top 6 forward in tournament
U19 - The U19 team played an away game this weekend at the Edge against the Wizards Major 2. After scoring two early first period goals, the Vipers came away with a 3-1 win and improve to 2-0 on the fall season. Julia Mini played well in net and goals came from Rachel Thomson, Erin Daly and Jess Piracini.
U16 - The U16s played their first game of the season at Breakaway this weekend against the Cape Cod Storm. The team played a very close back and forth game, but fell short losing 2-1. Lauren Hennessey was solid in net as Ryley Coleman scored the goal for the Vipers.
U14 Major - Played the Islanders Major half season team this weekend. The game ended in a 2-2 tie as the Islanders scored late in the 3rd. Maddy Silveira and Emma Drisko were the goal scorers for the Vipers.
U14 Minors - Traveled to Hockeytown twice this weekend to take on the Islanders. The first game resulted in a 3-3 tie to the minor team. Emily Wagner and Callie Wiley scored for the team. Julie Thing played great in net making many key saves. On Sunday, the team played the major 2 team and lost by a final of 5-1.
U12 Majors - Traveled all the way to Enfield, CT this weekend to play the NE Jr. Falcons. Vipers lost 3-0 to a very strong team, but Ava Hills played solid in net making 35 saves. Sara Carleo and Ashley Hart played great as they both had many offensive chances.
U12 Minors - Traveled to Enfield, CT. this weekend to take on the NE Jr. Falcons. The team put together a great effort and came away with a 12-1 win. Scoring was spread out through all forwards lines, as well as through the defense.
U12 Majors - Had two games this weekend. They first played the Rhode Island Sting and won by a score of 4-1. The second game of the weekend was against the Lady Flames. The team came out scoring again and won by a final of 3-0.
U14 Minors - Played an away game at the NESC against the Lady Flames. Julie Thing was solid in net again only allowing one goal against. The Vipers were able to score twice and came away with a 2-1 victory.
U14 Majors - Battled against the Islanders this weekend. The team gave up an early goal, but Madison Hentosh tied it up late in the second period with a power play goal. The game ended in a 1-1 tie.
U19 Tier 1 - Took on the Portland Pirates for their first game of the season. The team went down 1-0 early on, but battled back to earn a 2-1 victory. Veronica Alois and Mickey McLaughlin were the goal scorers for the Vipers. Julia Mini stood strong in goal.
U14 Majors- Started the season off against the U14 Major 2 East Coast Wizards. The Vipers came away with a 2-0 win. Sean D'Urso was very solid in goal turning away every shot she faced. Tara Doherty and Emma Drisko scored the goals. The team then traveled to the Fessendon School to play the NE Pride next. The Vipers lost the back and forth game by a score of 3-2.
U14 Minors- Opened the season up against the Bay State Breakers. The Vipers played a very strong game and were rewarded with a 4-1 victory. Julie Thing played strong in the net for the team and Julia Ryan had two goals. The Vipers took on Boch Blazers next and lost a close one 2-1. Callie Wiley scored her second goal of the season.
U12 Majors- Played their first game at Breakaway against the NE Pride. The team played a strong game, but ended up losing 4-2 after allowing an empty net goal. Ava Hills played strong in goal and Morgan Vigeant and Sarah Hart scored for the Vipers.
U12 Minors - Started the season by taking on the Spitfires at BIC. The team lost 5-1, but had many scoring opportunities and created great offensive chances. Jennifer Hubbard faced lots of shots, but had a great first game. Alyson Goodwin had the first goal of the season for the team. The second game was against the Boch Blazers. Hubbard stood strong and the game ended in a 0-0 tie.
U19s open next weekend (9/14/14) at BIC vs. Portland Pirates at 12:15pm.
U16s open on 9/21/14 at 1:35pm vs. Cape Cod Storm at BIC.
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The U16 and U19 Tier 1 North Shore Vipers teams participated in the Beantown Classic Tournament the weekend of July 24th - 27th.
The U16s played 3 very tough teams this weekend including the CT Northern Lights, Mid-Field Stars and the East Coast Wizards. The Vipers lost to CT by a final of 4-3 after coming back from a 4-0 deficit. They played a very tough team from Mid-Fairfield and lost 6-0. The team rebounded the next game as they lost to the Wizards in a back and forth game 1-0. The team played one final game against the New England Pride and won 3-1 to end the weekend. Great job to the team!
The U19 team had a great weekend of games. They started off slow by tying the CT Summer Lights 2-2. The next game the team battled against the Islanders and won 7-1. The final game of the round robin was against the NY Elite and the Vipers won by a final of 10-1. After a 2-0-1 record, the team claimed the 5th seed and played the NJ Jr. Titans in the first playoff game. The Vipers won by a final of 3-2. The second round game was against the Boston Shamrocks and Vipers won 4-1, putting them into the semi-finals. In the semi's the team fell short 4-1 to the Quebec Shamrocks. Great weekend of hockey for the U19s.
The Assistant Coach at Colby College came to the Breakaway Ice Center this past week to run a practice for the Vipers U16 and U19 teams. After the skate, the coach held a conference to speak with players regarding the college recruiting process. This was a great experience for all girls in attendance as they learned what it takes to play at the collegiate level.
Three members of the U19 Vipers stopped by and helped out with skills for the U12 majors and U14 Minors. Brenna Keefe, Jacqueline Leone and Jessica Leone have been Vipers for years and currently play at Andover High School.
Congrats to the U14 Minors for winning the Championship in the CAN/AM Lake Placid tournament.
Here are the teams results:
Game 1 - Vipers - 6 vs. CT Ice Cats - 1
Game 2 - Vipers - 5 vs. Orillia Hawks - 0
Game 3 - Vipers - 2 vs. North York Storm - 4
Game 4 - Vipers - 7 vs. Lake Placid - 2 Championship Game - Vipers - 2 vs. North York Storm - 0
The North Shore Vipers organization is committed to a high level of competition and keeping the game fun. Hockey can teach us a lot about life, and there is no better classroom than a sheet of ice. We put our effort into developing players who love the game and have a passion for playing hockey. We also want to keep the balance in the right places with the rest of life.