New Trier Silver scores five unanswered goals to beat Glenbrook

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New Trier Silver 6, Glenbrook 2

THE SKINNY

The New Trier Silver girls hockey team scored five unanswered goals in the third period Saturdaynightin Northbrook to secure its come-from-behind victory.

TURNING POINT

Glenbrook, which only dressed 11 skaters, saw its 2-1 advantage at the start of the third period disappear quickly. Freshman forward Isabelle Sennett opened New Trier Silver’sscoring in the third period, and freshman forward Lauren Johnson followed with a pair of goals. Johnson’s second goal, which Sennett assisted on, was scored with 6 minutes, 40 seconds remaining in the third period.

THE STAR

Sennett was a threat throughout the game for New Trier Silver (2-23). She scored three goals, including the game’s lone goal in the first period, and picked up three assists.

BY THE NUMBERS

Sophomore forward Mayah Wiser also scored for New Trier Silver.Glenbrook scored twice in the second period. Goals by sophomores Ashley Samuelson and Halia Parrot helped Glenbrook build a 2-1 lead.

QUOTABLE

“I think our team just picked it up. We weren’t playing our best when we were losing. … I think we just stepped it up and got the fire to win.” —Sennett on what changed in the third period

This story has been changed to reflect the following correction:

Because of incorrect information on the Amateur Hockey Association Illinois website, this article incorrectly said that the game on Feb. 15 between Glenbrook and New Trier Silver was an opening-round state tournament game. As of Feb. 24, the website said the two teams are in fact scheduled to meet in the first round of the state tournament on Feb. 25.

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