Guard Henry Taylor had seven points, five rebounds and five assists, while forward Dylan Wadsworth recorded nine points, six rebounds and four steals for Brunswick, which beat Deerfield, 55-53. Sam Fraser (seven points, three steals) and Ryan Hardin (five rebounds, six assists) also paced the Bruins. Leading by two with 22 seconds remaining, Teddy Murphy came up with a steal to seal the Bruins' win.
Taylor scored a team-high 17 points in the Bruins' 67-58 loss to Taft. Murphy added 10 points and Nick Kono had eight points and five assists for Brunswick. The Bruins will conclude play in the tournament Saturday against Andover.
Janka Hlinka scored twice, while Pam Schulman had one goal and one assist for the Gators in their 6-0 win against Hebron. Kate DeFrino, Haley Carmichael and Charlotte Gilliland also tallied for GA, which outshot Hebron, 32-8.
Hlinka and Schulman scored two goals each for GA in its 4-0 triumph over Thayer. The Gators enjoyed a 49-8 shots on goal advantage.
"The girls played awesome today," Greenwich Academy coach Moe Tarrant said. "We're playing great team hockey."
GA (6-1) will play St. George's today in the tournament's championship game at 10:15 a.m.
GREENWICH 8, STAMFORD/WESTHILL/STAPLES 2: Maddy Graves scored four goals and Erin Ferguson had one goal and three assists to lead Greenwich in a game played Thursday night at Dorothy Hamill Skating Rink. Graves scored a natural hat trick, tallying three times the first 3:49 of the opening period.
Ciel McDermid added one goal and one assist, Emily Bacon had two assists and Erika Hvolbeck and Amy Wyle scored their first varsity goals for the Cardinals. Lisa Lewis played a strong game in goal for the victors.
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