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December 11, 2012

Marblehead High Winter Sports Capsules 2012-13

BOYS HOCKEY

Last season: 8-12-2 (NEC South champions, lost to Rockport in Division 3 North quarterfinals)

Head coach: Bobby Jackson (7th year, 83-47-11)

Key returnees: Liam Gillis, Jr. D; Zac Cuzner, Sr. D; Trevor Gelineau, Jr. D; Nick Perry, Sr. D; Ian Maag, Sr. C; Ty Bates, Sr. RW; Tom Koopman, Jr. LW; Dean Fader, Jr. C; Myles Barry, Jr. G; Joe Newall, Jr. LW; Erik Powers, Jr. LW; Trevor Jones, Sr. LW; Cam Rowe, Sr. C; Will Hughes, Jr. F; Aaron DeAngelo, Sr. RW; Ben Katzman, Sr. RW.

Interesting newcomers: Trip Franzese, Sr. F; Harrison Young, Jr. G; Matt Koopman, Fr. F; Kyle Koopman, Fr. F.

It’ll be a great season if: The team maintains its mental focus throughout the season and can stay healthy. The work ethic must remain strong as well; with many returning players, spread out scoring and strong play along the blue line, the Headers could put themselves in good position for a fine 2012-13 season.

GIRLS HOCKEY

Last season: 12-8-2 (GEIMHL division champs, lost in Division 1 preliminary round)

Head coach: Emily Hudak (8th year, 83-49-19)

Team captains: Rachel McKay, Jr., F; Brittany Smith, Jr., D

Other key returnees: Sabrina Doughman, Fr., G; Aly Hopkins, So., G; Meg Gray, So., F; Caroline Hughes, So., F; Hadley Woodfin, Fr., F; Emmarose Winder, Fr., F/D; Rose Callahan, 8th, D; Brittany Lydan, Fr., F; Halle McKay, 8th, F

It’ll be a great season if: The defense is there. The Lady Headers return two of their top three point-getters, but lost players that logged a ton of ice time on D. Goalies Sabrina Doughman and Aly Hopkins are a year older and have improved, so as long as Marblehead fills the gaps on D another state tourney trip could be in order.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Last season: 11-11 (lost to Melrose in Division 2 North first round)

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