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U17 Shamrocks Win Vermont Stars Fall Foliage Classic Championship

The U17 JWHL Shamrocks put together a tournament record of 4 win and 1 loss and defeated the Rice Knights 2-1 Sunday afternoon at... Read More »

Boston Shamrocks Host JWHL Opening Weekend

The Junior Women's Hockey League (JWHL) kicks off this weekend. Games will be held at the Ristuccia Arena in Wilmington, Mass. and at Merrimack College.... Read More »

Second Straight Shutout Win For U17 Jr. Shamrocks

Jr. Shamrocks goalie Peri Donaldson shut the door on the Colorado Selects to give the U17 Jr. Shamrocks their second straight Lady Ducks Fall Classic... Read More »

U17 Jr. Shamrocks Win West Coast Opener

Brittany Lyndon, assisted by Rose Mroczka, scored the Jr. Shamrocks first goal of the Lady Ducks Fall Classic being played in Lakewood, California to give... Read More »

U17 Jr. Shamrocks Are California Bound

The U17 Jr. Shamrocks JWHL team will be flying into Long Beach, California on Thursday to compete in the Annual Lady Ducks Fall Classic. The... Read More »

U19 Jr. Shamrocks Win Preseason Storm Hockey Tournament Championship

    The Boston. Jr. Shamrocks U19 half season team opened up the 2014 campaign with an offensive explosion at the Cape Cod Storm Preseason Tournament.... Read More »

 

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U17 Shamrocks Win Vermont Stars Fall Foliage Classic Championship

Sunday, October 26, 2014

The U17 JWHL Shamrocks put together a tournament record of 4 win and 1 loss and defeated the Rice Knights 2-1 Sunday afternoon at Cairns Arena in South Burlington, Vermont to capture the Vermont Stars Fall Foliage Classic Championship.

 

U19 Jr. Shamrocks Win Preseason Storm Hockey Tournament Championship

Thursday, September 18, 2014

   

The Boston. Jr. Shamrocks U19 half season team opened up the 2014 campaign with an offensive explosion at the Cape Cod Storm Preseason Tournament. Led by Amanda Conway, the team posted 23 goals in four games and walked away with the tournament championship. The only loss of the weekend came in the first game against the Breakers. The Shamrocks fell behind early but climbed back into the game and lost by a narrow margin of 5-4. Everything came full circle though as the Shamrocks faced the Breakers again in the finals, and came away with a very convincing 7-3 victory.