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Amateur Hockey Roundup

by Staff Writer / Washington Capitals


Chantilly high school has moved into a tie for first place with Battlefield/Patriot with 12 total points in the Smythe division. Chantilly currently holds the tiebreaker as they have two fewer losses (they have played two fewer games). This ascension is in large part due to a six game winning streak for the team dating back to November. In those games, Keegan Kelly recorded 14 goals and three hat tricks leading his team in scoring. The leaders in the other three divisions remain unchanged (Langley, Stone Bridge and Woodbridge).

Previously unbeaten Atholton high dropped their first game of the season in a 2-1 defeat versus Annapolis Old Mill (C). With eight wins on record they still maintain their first place standing, but their lead is down to two points over Glenelg. Winston Churchill broke the 100-goal (106 total) barrier for the season with an 11-0 win over Wootton high on Jan. 25.

No games were played in this league the past week. Loyola-Blakefield maintains their five-point lead in the league over St. Stephen’s/St. Agnes with 15 points.

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