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Pentucket high school has recently added a girls hockey team to our growing sports program. The team consists of three schools; Haverhill, Pentucket, and North Andover. 

The team practices everyday from 3:00pm-4:30 after school. There are four Pentucket girls who play on the team, Jada Costa, Brooke Yemma, and Meghan O’Neal who are all sophomores and Jena Fiore who is a freshman. 

When asked what it is like to be playing hockey for the first time, Jada Costa replied, “Hockey is amazing and challenging. My back kills and my feet hurt like a bitch!” She continues to say “Everyday is a struggle for me to keep up with the girls because their amazing but I always try my best and give 100% even tho I some times what to rip out my hair!” 

Although it’s a hard and rigorous sport to play the Pentucket girls are doing great! The team has a record of 2-4-2 and the girls are having an amazing time with their new teammates. Costa goes on to say “Im glad I play hockey! I couldn’t ask for a better group of girls to play it with!”

Go support the girls hockey team at their next game! Check out the schedule in my last article to find out the dates and times of all their games.  

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  1. Ben Jenkins on January 25th, 2016 1:52 pm

    Hockey is a sport that teaches children far more than just how to shoot a puck. Hockey teaches kids how to work hard and not give up, these attributes that are learned on the rink are also learned in life. It is very important for both genders to be allowed to have the opportunity to play hockey and have it available for them in their high school career. This article also touches on how they combine towns and this is extremely important for little things such as communication skills. To be able to interact with different people through a sport allows these girls to be more independent and having hockey as an option allows them to try something new. Overall the idea of girls hockey is an amazing addition to pentucket and their sports program because it allows girls to try something new aswell as learn a few life lessons along the way.

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  2. Lisa O'Neil on March 19th, 2016 9:50 pm

    Great year for the Girls; Pentucket’s only Division 1 sport!

    They finished 12-3-6; ranked 13th out 36 Division 1 Girls Programs.

    This is only their 3rd year in existence!

    So Proud!

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