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Charlie Rauch ’24 achieves historic 100-point milestone

Media: Sarah Bender

Charlie Rauch ‘24 hit her 100th point of her Hill hockey career in the championship game against Thayer Academy, at the Dexter Southfield tournament before winter break. She is a four-year boarding student from Ramsey, New Jersey who came to Hill at the peak of Covid. Rauch is aiming to break the Hill record of 102 career points and believes that she can do it with the help of her teammates. 

Rauch went into the season hoping to reach 100 points, and with 13 more games to go and a strong support system heind her, she has opportunities to earn more than she originally aimed for. If she breaks the record of 102 points, she does not have another goal set next.

“I just want to get however many points needed for us to win every game possible,” Rauch says.

Rauch has been doing impressive work, especially knowing the multiple challenges she went through that would typically set people back. She managed to earn her 100th point while playing through an injury that occurred earlier in the game.  

“I was not aware of what the records were or if they were in reach for Charlie, but it is pretty impressive in my opinion, especially with a limited 4th form season due to Covid, ” Phil Canosa, assistant director of admissions and her adviser for the past four year said.

Many of her teammates have spoken to the constant energy and humor Charlie brings not only to the atmosphere of the team but during school as well. One of the things Charlie is known for is constantly playing music wherever she goes.

“Before every ice session, there’s never a doubt she won’t be in the middle of the locker room dancing and hyping people up,” her teammate Anna Lloren ’26 said. 

In addition, Rauch has had a big impact on the Hill community in and out of the rink. Canosa speaks to Rauch’s big personality and how her presence is rarely overlooked. Not only has she made an impact on the hockey team, but she has made an impact in her advisory and other settings around campus. 

From day one in our advisory, Charlie has never been shy about letting her voice be heard,” Canosa said. “She really has been a leader in advisory since 3rd form year.” 

Furthermore, the girl’s hockey team has been having a great season by winning the Dexter Southfield tournament for the first time in program history and beating Lawrenceville for the first time in five years. Overall, the Hill girls hockey team currently has a record of winning 12 games, one tie, and four losses after this past weekend. Rauch is finishing her last season at Hill on a high note with all kinds of broken records. 

“With all of our accomplishments this year, I think this season has been the most fun,” Rauch said.

Rauch has contributed greatly to the Hill community on and off the ice.  

“Charlie has a deep passion for hockey and works very hard at it, so I am thrilled that her hard work has paid off for both her and the Hill hockey program,” stated Canosa. 

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