Squirts - Week Ending Nov 4
Justin Collins scored twice in Wilmington’s 3-1 victory over Newton; Robbie Wilson’s second of the game, with :07 left in the second period, turned out to be the winner and Justin Arnold had a goal and two assists as Lexington/Bedford pulled out a 4-3 win over Wakefield, which got 1-2-3 from Lino Centrella and 1-1-2 from Sean Conroy; Danny Gienieczko delivered a goal and two assists, Bobby Caproni scored twice and Matt Pino had a goal and an assist in Peabody’s 6-2 victory over S&S; Jackie Diffley came through with a goal and three assists and Robbie Ryan and Anthony Nikolopolous both had 1-1-2 in Burlington’s 7-3 win over Andover, which got two goals from Jack Belluche; Joey Ogonowsky scored with 5:13 left to give Winchester a 3-2 win over Lexington/Bedford, which got two assists from Dan Lehman; and Jarod Lavalley’s second of the game, with :35 left, was the winner and Mark Snyder wore the hat as the Maine Renegades edged Concord, 5-4, despite 1-2-3 by Derek Tillotson and three assists by Reilly Walsh.
Lynnfield and the Maine Gladiators won twice and Melrose and Reading both had a win and a tie. Zachary Sheehy capped a hat trick with 4:30 left to give Lynnfield a 4-3 win over Woburn – and Matt Filipe scored two goals and assisted on for others, Cam Rondeau wore the hat and had two assists and Brendan Rothwell added 1-1-2 in an 8-4 win over Melrose; Jozef Frechette posted 2-1-3 and Taylor Fowler 1-2-3 in Maine’s 5-3 win over North Andover, which got 1-1-2 apiece from Pat Agri and Chris Barrett – and Brendon Croteau’s goal with 3:19 left in the second period proved to be the winner in a 4-3 decision over Cape Ann, which got 1-1-2 apiece from Jared Favazza and Kyle Nelson; Anthony Ioffredo scored twice, Jack Hickey and John Carroll both posted 1-1-2 and James Ferraro and Jim Moore each had two assists as Melrose beat NH East. 6-1 – and Anthony Quarteri scored with 9:20 left to give Saugus a 1-1 tie with Melrose, which got an early goal from Zachary Phelps; Kyle Ash scored his second goal of the game 26 seconds into the third period and Perry Woodman followed 1:24 later for the win, Kurt Schieder adding two assists as Reading edged Wilmington, 3-2, despite two goals by Steve Langenfeld – and Devin Conroy scored twice early in the third period, Danny Tighe followed with the tying goal with 7:17 remaining and Kyle Fay had two assists as Reading pulled out a 4-4 tie with Pentucket, which got two goals from Callum Perry;
Moore’s second and third goals of the game came with 5:04 and 2:40 remaining, McGovern posted 1-1-2 and Gosselin two assists in Haverhill’s 5-3 win over Dover, which got 1-1-2 from Chandler Ashburner; No. 66 delivered 1-1-2 and North Reading stopped the Cyclones, 3-1; Jarrod Guertin set up two goals and Triton beat Pentucket, 3-1; and Brett Morris wore the hat and had an assist, David Morley delivered 2-1-3, Connor Blair and Tyler Harrington both scored twice, Jessica Piracine had 1-1-2 and Sean Burdyk two assists in Tewksbury’s big win over Winchester.
Pat Carney pitched a shutout and Jack Silk and Cam Pereira both had a goal and an assist in Greater Lowell’s 3-0 victory over Newburyport; Connearny scored late in the second period to give Medford a 2-2 tie with Methuen; Marc Ferullo had the tying goal with 3:05 left, Pat Todisco posted 1-2-3 and Matt Feeley 1-1-2 as Winthrop pulled out a 3-3 tie with Beverly, which got 1-1-2 apiece from Chris McKenna and No. 37; Sam Rourke, Austen Martel and Philippe Goulet-Martel all had 1-1-2 and Agawam beat Marblehead, 4-1; Sam Mitchell capped a three-goal rally within a 3:29 span of the first period that led Amesbury to a 3-1 victory over Andover; and Jacqueline Diffley had 2-2-4 and Karia Klinoff and Charlotte Abrecht both had 1-1-2 as the Wizards beat Stoneham, 8-2.
Cooper Gould delivered 2-1-3 and Nick Roche 1-1-2 in Arlington’s 6-0 win over Arlington; Tyler Poulin and Austin Farry both scored twice, Matt Murphy had 1-1-2 and Dan McLaughlin two assists in Watertown’s 6-2 victory over Lexington/Bedford; Steve Schuhwerk scored twice and Andover beat Cape Ann, 5-1; Leonard’s goal midway through the third period was the winner as Tewksbury edged Pentucket, 3-2; Davis wore the hat and Newton beat Andover, 7-3 – Matt Croston with two goals and Max Beati 1-1-2 in the loss; Alec Rodgers scored twice and Julianne Bourque set up two goals in Wakefield’s 3-1 victory over the NS Vipers; Dan Foynes collected 1-2-3 and Jory Marini-Berry scored twice in Haverhill’s 6-1 win over Wilmington; and Kelsey Ryan registered 2-1-3 and Macy Vercellini also scored twice as the Wizards beat North Reading, 6-4.
Methuen scored a pair of victories. Jack Field and Ryan Mullaly both wore hats, Field had an assist, Timmy Letourneau posted 1-2-3 and Josh DiMambro two assists in an 8-3 victory over Masco – and Mullaly scored twice and Hayley McCarthy and Letourneau both posted 1-1-2 in a 5-2 win over Winchester, which got two assists from Tim Doyle;
Calvin Sainato wore the hat and had an assist, Kate Anderson scored twice and Bridget Fehily had 1-1-2 in Lexington/Bedford’s 6-2 win over Burlington; Noah Hodgkins had 1-1-2 and Winthrop blanked Burlington, 2-0; Hamilton scored four goals in Newton’s 5-0 triumph over Woburn; Trent Gallagher and Jeremy Lejeune shared the shutout and Emmett O’Shea scored the only goal early in the third period of Lynn’s 1-0 decision over Stoneham; Bovio’s second of the game (No. 3 Bovio, coaches, please use initial on the game sheet) came with 9:36 left and was the winner, Alex Merlina had 1-1-2 and Brendan Wood two assists as Saugus edged Wakefield, 3-2; Brock Reardon had the winner with 4:02 left and TJ McHugh scored twice in Masco’s 4-2 win over Haverhill; and John Cushing scored the late winner and Tommy Kergo wore the hat as Woburn nipped Wakefield, 4-3, despite two goals by Zach Salanone and 1-1-2 by Max Rudzinsky.
Brendon Berry scored four goals, Jake Paonessa had 1-3-4, Pat Harrington wore the hat and Tom Whittier scored twice in Stoneham’s big win over Beverly; Harrison Demeritt posted 1-2-3, Zack Sullivan scored twice and Matty Bean had 1-1-2 in Newburyport’s 7-1 handling of Andover; and Gill scored four goals, including a natural hat trick in the third period, to lead Danvers past Haverhill, 6-1.
Medford won twice and Tewksbury had a win and a tie. Brendan O’Brien delivered 1-2-3 and Aidan McGoff scored twice in Medford’s 4-2 win over Saugus, which got both goals from Dan Carney and two assists from Nick Silva – and McGoff capped a hat trick with 2:05 left to give Medford a 4-3 decision over North Reading; No. 36’s goal early in the second period turned out to be the winner as Tewksbury beat Lexington/Bedford, 3-2 – and Owen MacEachern capped a hat trick with 5:35 to give Tewksbury a 3-3 tie with Andover, which got 1-1-2 from Mike Biddle;
Cam Segal wore the hat and Jake Cohen scored twice in Marblehead’s 6-3 win over Arlington, which got two assists from Bryan McCarron; Greg Miles posted 2-1-3, Mike Salvaggio 1-2-3 and Cam Gibbons two goals in Lynnfield’s 7-3 victory over Lexington/Bedford, which got two goals from Andrew Panasyuk; Rachel Peacock wore the hat and the Wizards beat Melrose, 6-0; Kyle Norris (1-1-2) scored with 4:32 left and Condon Iuliano (1-1-2) tied it with :37 on the clock as Melrose scored three times in the final 5:47 and tied Peabody, 3-3 – Jared Denny with all three goals and Marty Michelman with two assists for Peabody; Gene August wore the hat and Carolyn McKenna scored twice in Winthrop’s 5-3 win over Cape Ann, which got 1-1-2 from Mike Ballin; Scottie Neenan wore the hat in Amesbury’s 7-0 win over Reading; and Jake Gansenberg scored twice and Agawam stopped Reading, 3-0.
Mike Finocchiaro scored all five goals and Aidan Kirby had two assists in North Reading’s 5-0 win over Stoneham; Abby Dimare posted 1-2-3, Jennie Matuschak had 1-1-2 and Hadley Woodfin two assists in Marblehead’s 5-2 win over Arlington; No. 10 had 2-3-5 and No. 43 also scored twice in Agawam’s 5-2 victory over Newburyport; Annie Richards scored the tying goal with 6:09 left and Reading scored twice in the third period and tied Newton, 2-2; and Kathryn Maher delivered 2-1-3, Nell Criscione scored twice and Katie Kopecky had two assists as the Lady Freeze beat Andover, 7-0. – MIKE SHALIN, email@example.com