DOWN PAT: Princeton Day School girls’ hockey player Julie Patterson controls the puck in a game this season. Senior star forward and team captain Patterson led PDS in scoring with 37 points on 25 goals and 12 assists, helping the Panthers post a 12-12 final record. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)
By Bill Alden
Things didn’t look very promising for the Princeton Day School girls’ hockey team is it headed into winter break in December.
PDS brought a 2-6 record into the holidays, hampered by a string of injuries to key players.
With the goal of a winning season appearing out of reach, the Panthers went back to basics.
“We just tried each week to work on little things that we wanted get better at and using the games as guides to how did we do with those things,” said PDS head coach Lorna Cook. more