Winter Sports Preview

Berlin High Boys Ice Hockey

Despite losing a heartbreaking 4-3 game to St. Thomas in the state quarterfinals a year ago, what was supposed to be a rebuilding year for the Berlin High School boys ice hockey team, turned into an 11 win season. And now for the second straight season, the Mountaineers have lost eight seniors and will have to face a bit of a rebuilding process. “I think people always look at us as rebuilding because we always lose a big group of seniors,” said assistant ...

Berlin Recreation Department news

New Program: 2nd Grade Coed Basketball: Light competition with other towns. Practices in December, season starts in January. $30 registration fee due before December 5th. Volunteer coaches needed. Please call 752-2010 for information. 3rd and 4th Grade Boys Basketball: No cuts - everyone play,. $30 registration fee due before December 5th. Thursday and Friday games with each other and other towns. Awards presentation at end of season. Coaches may be needed. Call 752-2010 for ...

Keeping the Stats

NCHL

Crackerjack 4 T & C 3 Fresh off their first win of the season a week ago, the guys from T & C took the ice looking to make it two in a row. But it would be John Piet's goal at 3:14 of the third proved that proved to be the game winner in a back and forth contest. Crackerjack jumped out to a early 2-0 lead after one thanks to goals from Gary Rivard at 1:40 (assisting were Gary Williams and John Piet) and an unassisted goal at 7:30 from Brian Rivard. That seemed to put ...

Keeping the stats: NCHL

Another week as come and gone in the NCHL. This past week featured plenty of scoring chances, yet all the games were low scoring. Many players went home this past week and dreamt of the empty nets they missed, but that’s life and there’s always next time. T&C 2 Isaacson 2 In a back and forth contest that saw many missed breakaways and scoring chances, the Steelers rebounded in the second period off a Ryan Gagne goal to draw even with the bell boys from the T&C. Going up early, ...