North Smithfield, Glocester hockey players help team capture SCHL, Lake Placid titles

The Burrillville Junior Hockey League’s U10 A-1 youth hockey team, which consists mostly of players from North Smithfield and Glocester, put together an outstanding season with a very small roster. Not only did the team capture the South Coast Hockey League championship on Sunday, March 5, at the New England Sports Village in Attleboro, Mass., but it also won the Squirt Division title on Sunday, Feb. 26, at the 60th annual Lake Placid International Hockey Tournament in Lake Placid, N.Y. The members of the team, shown with their championship banner after the Lake Placid tournament, are, in front from left, Owen DelVecchio, Dylan Pfeiffer, Wyatt Winsor, Kylie Trinque, Andrew Rivet, and Quinn Kaferlein; in back, head coach Greg DelVecchio, assistant coach Charlie Rivet, goaltender Oliver Murphy, assistant coach Nathan Trinque, Jeffrey Gold, Charlie Ellsworth, and assistant coach Brian Pfeiffer.

North Smithfield, Glocester hockey players help team win SCHL, Lake Placid titles

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