Brunswick broke 1-1 tie with a pair of second period goals against Trinity-Pawling on Monday in Hartong Rink, eventually skating away with a 4-1 win over the previously unbeaten Pride (3-1-0). Following the home-opening win, the Bruins (3-2-0) travel to Westminster on Tuesday, December 12, making-up a contest previously scheduled for last Saturday.
Brunswick topped Hamden Hall inside Mehra Natatorium on Wednesday, 89-79. The Bruins posted the top times in 11 of 12 events, moving to 2-0 on the season. Up next for Brunswick is a home meet against Kent on Saturday, December 9.
Millbrook knocked down 10-24 three-pointers on the way to a 90-56 non-conference win over Brunswick on Wednesday. The Bruins (0-2) begin league play on Saturday, December 9, traveling to FAA foe Rye CDS.
After two scoreless periods, Brunswick netted a trio of goals in the final period at Kent, topping the Lions by a 3-0 margin on Wednesday. The road victory for the Bruins (2-2-0) is the first for the current Brunswick coaching staff in eight attempts at Kent, dating back to 2005.
Brunswick, with a number of new faces in the lineup against RCDS, dropped just a single set en route to a commanding 7-0 win over the Wildcats on Wednesday. The Bruins (2-0) return to action on Saturday, December 9, taking on a pair of opponents, including the host school Avon Old Farms, as well as St. Paul’s.