LEWISTON — On senior night, it was the freshmen who carried Lewiston/Oak Hill to a 4-0 victory over Greely/Gray-New Gloucester in a girls hockey game at The Colisee on Saturday.

Three of the four goals came from freshmen, and fittingly a senior also scored for the Blue Devils.

“I think there was a little nerves, playing in front of a bigger crowd tonight — which is good, we love the support,” Blue Devils coach Scott Laberge said. “Once we buried that first one, I think started moving a little bit better.”

Senior Tatum Hunt earned the shutout in goal.

The Blue Devils kept possession of the puck throughout the game, which allowed Laberge to roll all four lines.

“It was especially nice to see our bottom two lines have success, getting it out of our zone and getting it up offensively,” Laberge said.


Greely/Gray-New Gloucester coach Meg Finlay liked the Rangers’ effort.

“We played pretty well; we came in having something to prove after not having a great game the first time around,” Finlay said. “I think we gave it our all and we had a lot of heart. That’s something these girls don’t lack, is heart.”

Lewiston/Oak Hill (9-7) beat the Rangers (1-14-1) in the first meeting this season 6-0 on Jan. 15.

Freshman Madison Doucette opened the scoring for the Blue Devils for the only goal of the first period.

Finlay credits her goalie Charley Louie for keeping the Rangers in the game after a period.

“From last year to this year, we have come so far. And we have great goaltending this year — that shows,” Finlay said.


With Lewiston shorthanded, freshman Kylie Dulac put the Blue Devils up 2-0 early in the second period.

“She was a little upset with herself, she had a breakaway earlier in the period, but she buried it the very next chance,” Laberge said of Dulac.

Senior Fiona Landry extended Lewiston’s lead nine minutes into the middle frame.

Landry had quite the fan section on senior night.

“I think Fiona’s entire family was here tonight,” Laberge said. “They were very loud and you could tell she wanted one, and she was working very hard to get one.”

Emma Berube scored Lewiston’s fourth goal midway through the third period.

“Emma scored that one, centering our fourth line and that was a lot of her own work — it’s good for her to get rewarded as well,” Laberge said.

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