Brattleboro stickers improve to 2-1
Olivia Reihl and Kalin Noble also scored for the winners, while Olivia Stent added a dime.
The Colonels finished with a 14-8 advantage in shots on goal. Natalya Forkin and Kaylyn Bailey teamed up for the shutout, making a combined eight saves.
"Brattleboro started the game a little sluggish. The play was in Bratt's defensive end for the first part of the game. Brattleboro started moving the ball down the field and scored two first-half goals in four minutes. In the second half, Bratt played a much better all-around game and scored two more goals," said BUHS co-coach Sheryl Libardoni.
The 2-1 Colonels will play rival MAU next.
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