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Mr. Larry Cockrell
Associate Director of Admissions
The Governor's Academy
The Governor's Academy
1 Elm St.
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Kents Hill School
Seniors Brandon Bourgeois, Ryan Caswell, Chris Mason, Nick Devine, and Junior Kyle Porter are pictured in their home jerseys for the article, which gives a small description of the school, league, team, and comments from Head Coach Larry Cockrell.
With Kents Hill trailing 2-0 at the end of the first period at Hebron on Saturday, Coach Larry Cockrell told his charges that they would have to play better in all areas of the ice; they did. After being outshot by the Lumberjacks 16-9 in the first, the Huskies came back in the second and not only outshot Hebron 14-8, but played better in the defensive and neutral zones as well. The result was that Kents Hill took a 3-2 lead into the second intermission.
KHS News Nov 28th - Dec 1st - Kents Hill School
On Saturday afternoon, Kents Hill beat Tilton School 6-2 in a game that coach Larry Cockrell said was the team's "best effort so far this year." The Huskies opened the scoring five minutes into the first period when Junior Oscar Croon scored a power play goal with assists going to Senior Mark Dufour and Senior Filip Akermark. Tilton tied it later in the first and the period ended that way.
KHS News Jan 7th - Jan 13th - Kents Hill School
Later on Saturday, the Huskies took on Rice Academy (Burlington, VT) and lost 5-4 in what Coach Larry Cockrell characterized as a "sloppy game." Rice scored three times in the first period to take a 3-1 lead.
The Huskies finally came alive in the third when Dufour took a pass from Keussen and beat the Rice goalie Marotte Francis with a nice deke. A minute later, Croon scored, with assists going to Cockrell
and Day, to make it 4-3. Two minutes later, Rice scored again. However, the Huskies weren't done yet. With two minutes left in the game, Dufour scored his
second goal of the game with assists going to Day and Keussen. Despite several good chances late in the game, Kents Hill
could not push the tying goal across.
On Sunday afternoon, Kents Hill beat Hoosac School, 3-0, in the only league game of the weekend. Cockrell
scored twice with assists from Day, Fizer and Croon, while Day had one with assists from Cockrell and Senior Filip Akermark for the Huskies.
KHS News Dec 10th - Dec 15th - Kents Hill School
Before the start of the game, Coach Larry Cockrell told his charges that Bridgton would be a "big, fast and physical team.
In order to beat them, Cockrell told his players that they would have to stay out of the box.