Hingham won convincingly last night in the Division 1 girls hockey first round playoff game against Waltham, 11-3. But it was senior Chrissey Bowler who stole the show.
Bowler led Hingham with a hat trick in the victory, giving her the 100th goal of her career.
What makes this feat even more intriguing is that Bowler hasn't only been a phenomenal scorer for her school throughout her career, she's also a great passer and setup man. On top of scoring her 100th goal, Bowler also eclipsed the 200 point mark for her career.
Prep League girls hockey
Tilton girls put on a show for thier hometown fans getting an easy 4-0 win over New Hampton. But it wasn't how they won, but what they wore while doing it.
The whole team was blazed in pink outfits as they toppled New Hampton. It was a gesture of hope and care, not fashion.
The girls wore pink and sold over 75 pink jerseys to local fans in support of breast cancer awareness. The night was dubbed the "Pink The Rink" night for Tilton and all the proceeds will go towards the fight against breast cancer.
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