The Division II state girls’ hockey championship stays in the East Bay.
The Barrington-Mt. Hope-Portsmouth Co-op team won its second straight title Thursday night at Brown University – the first one last year was with Barrington-Portsmouth Co-op.
The squad beat the Lincoln-Cumberland Co-op team, 5-2, to sweep the three-game final in two straight, according to eastbayri.com.
Kelly Kraunelis, a sophomore at Barrington High School, was selected as the MVP after scoring three goals and assisting on two others in the two games.
“It feels amazing [to win again]; I think it feels even better than last year,” said head coach Deneen Stebenne. “These girls worked so hard this year; I’m so proud of them.”
See the complete story and more photos at eastbayri.com.