BIG FINISH: Princeton Day School girls’ hockey player Sam Dwyer brings the puck up the ice in a game this season. Senior forward and co-captain Dwyer came up big down the stretch for PDS, scoring the game-winning goal as the Panthers topped Rye Country Day (N.Y.) 2-1 in overtime in the fifth place game of the WIHLMA (Women’s Interscholastic Hockey League of the Mid-Atlantic) playoffs. The Panthers edged Chatham 1-0 in their season finale on February 22 to end the winter with a 9-13-2 record. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)
By Bill Alden
When the Princeton Day School girls’ hockey team struggled to a 2-7-1 start this winter, it was time for some soul-searching.
“We had a talk with the captain group in early January about basically, hey, we have a little over a month left,” said PDS head coach Lorna Cook. more