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Westwood, Duxbury girls step forward in state hockey finals

Duxbury teammates celebrate during a D1 girls’ hockey game against Arlington Catholic at TD Garden in Boston. Duxbury won 2-1.
Duxbury teammates celebrate during a D1 girls’ hockey game against Arlington Catholic at TD Garden in Boston. Duxbury won 2-1. Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe

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To prepare for Sunday’s 9 a.m. puck drop against Westwood in the Division 2 state final, Westwood High girls’ hockey coach Justin DeSorgher had his squad on the ice early Thursday morning. And then the Wolverines gathered for a meeting Saturday morning.

“We practiced at 4 o’clock in the morning, so I don’t think anyone was more ready than we were,” said Westwood High senior goalie Siobhan Burke.

Wellesley controlled play early, but the Wolverines (16-2-5) ended up pulling away, 6-2, for the program’s first state title.

The victory kept the D2 trophy in the regional after Duxbury’s three-year run before moving up to Division 1 this season. And later, the Dragons beat Arlington Catholic, 2-1, to make it a clean sweep for area girls’ teams.

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