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Bob St. John Sports Editor
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December 19, 2013
Head coach Joe Lucchese and his Grosse Pointe North girls’ hockey team are’t pushing the panic button.
Instead, Lucchese is preaching hard work and patience to his players during their three-game slide.
In the three games, the Norsemen lost 8-2 at Port Huron, 4-2 at Walled Lake and 7-2 at Ann Arbor.
Against Port Huron, sophomore Lindsay Gallagher scored both goals.
Sophomore Caroline Bock collected the assist on the first goal, and Bock and sophomore Elizabeth Gallageher netted assists on the second tally.
Against Walled Lake, junior Karina Lucchese scored the first goal, with Bock and Elizabeth Gallagher assisting, and Bock had the second goal, with Elizabeth Gallagher drawing the lone assist.
In the Ann Arbor game, junior Kelly LaBarge scored, assisted by junior Devyn LaValley, and junior Nicole Haggerty tallied, assisted by LaBarge and Lucchese.
Both goalies, junior Lauren Hartt and sophomore Amber Gieseking, started games during the three game road swing.
Grosse Pointe North dipped to 2-4 in the Michigan Metro Girls High School Hockey League and overall.
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