Peewee - Week Ending March 2
NOTE: Because of a mail delivery problem, we were missing some game sheets that will be included in next week’s roundups.
Eddie Ellis erupted for six goals and Brian O’Connell, Jake Matthews and Ryan Sheldon all had two assists in Burlington’s 7-2 win over Reading; Tyler Duval, Colton Lafata both scored twice, Mike Castro had a goal and an assist and Jeff Panella two assists in Masco’s 6-2 victory over Wilmington; and Joe Strangie had two goals and four assists, Trevor Daly and Kyle White 2-1-3 apiece and Mark Etherington three assists as Danvers scored a big win over Methuen.
Aaron DeAngelo wore the hat and had three assists, Eric Powers posted 2-3-5, Alex Fusegni set up four goals, Julie Reiley had 2-1-3 and Liam Gillis two assists in Marblehead’s 7-4 win over Saugus, which got two goals from Hadley and 1-1-2 from Kay; David Flett’s 1-1-2 helped Everett/Revere to a 3-1 win over the Breakers; JJ Bachini posted 2-1-3 and Connor Irving had 1-1-2 in Beverly’s 5-0 victory over the Maine Renegades; Andrew Smith and Kenny Sturgess shared the shutout and Dylan Yameen and Jake Barnacle scored 55 seconds apart as Salem beat Triton, 2-0; and Anders Klumpp came through with 1-2-3 in Newton’s 4-2 win over NH East.
Burlington won twice. Jake DeSantis had two goals and an assist and Dylan Smith 1-1-2 in a 6-2 win over the Blizzard, who got 1-1-2 from Tylor Trainor and two assists from Alex Craig – and Nasi Nikolopoulos had what proved to be the winner with 2:24 left in the second period on a 4-2 win over North Andover;
Brian Roberts snapped a 3-3 tie with 6:28 left and Dan Morin posted 2-1-3 in Haverhill’s 5-3 win over Andover; Brent Sullivan wore the hat and had an assist and Ross Webber set up three goals in Greater Lowell’s 5-1 win over Medford; Sean Allen and Eric Short both scored twice and Tommy Callautti had 1-1-2 in Medford’s 5-2 win over S&S, which got two goals from Moretti and two assists by Covino; Alex Craig had the tying goal 10 seconds into the third period and Bobby Barry posted 1-1-2 as the Blizzard tied Wilmington, 2-2; Pat Boyson had 1-1-2 in the last 5:30 and Nick Grande tied the game with :33 left to give Wakefield a 2-2 tie with S&S; CJ Carmody posted 1-2-3 and Cody Carmody scored twice in Lynn’s 5-3 victory over the Cyclones, who got two goals from Bill McNamara and two assists from Brendan Colton; and Dan Eruzione scored the tying goal with 2:52 left and Mike Balian wore the hat as Winthrop pulled out a 5-5 tie with the Wizards, which got 2-2-4 from Caitlyn Ryan and 2-1-3 from Annie Messuri.
Lexington/Bedford and Stoneham both had a win and a tie. Andrew Spaulding and Abe Grainger shared the shutout and Collin Sargis scored midway through the first period of Lexington/Bedford’s 2-0 win over Tewksbury – and Bruce Koundakjian had the tying goal with 9:49 left and Jennifer Maher and Connor Murphy both had two assists as L/B pulled out a 3-3 tie with Stoneham, which got two goals from S. Toussaint, 1-1-2 by Cappuccio and two assists apiece from Bragalone and Whooley in a 6-2 win over Peabody; Anthony Forman had 1-1-2 in a 2:37 span of the third period to build a 2-0 lead and Alex Bailey lost a shutout on Connor Crowley’s goal with 5:27 left; Dean Lepore scored with 8:33 left to give Reading a 2-1 win over Peabody; Bobby Hallowell wore the hat, Mike Lincoln had 2-1-3 and Alex Dumas 1-1-2 in Pentucket’s 8-1 handling of Wilmington; Blades Shields scored with 2:26 left and Ben Clifford followed 36 seconds later for the win, Colin Lysik with 1-1-2 as Amesbury edged Methuen, 3-2; and Vitaly Knowles’ second goal of the game, with 2:33 left, gave Masco a 3-3 tie with Cape Ann.
Donny Fox scored what turned out to be the winner with 8:41 left as Lexington/Bedford nipped Newton, 3-2; Shuman pitched a shutout and Levesque scored twice in Triton’s 4-0 win over Stoneham; Tim O’Brien and Matt McKinnon both wore hats, O’Brien had an assist, Sebastien Bleau set up three goals and Nolan Leblanc and Dan Driscoll both colleted 1-1-2 in Greater Lowell’s 8-2 win over Agawam, which got both goals from Alex Rollins; Matt Gillis scored with 6:46 left to give Agawam a 4-3 decision over Beverly; and Byrne (1-1-2) had the winner with 3:33 left, Cresta posted 1-1-2 and Green had two assists as S&S edged North Reading, 4-3, despite two goals by Chase.
Lynnfield won twice. Luke Tetrault scored twice in a 4-1 victory over Reading – and Anthony Costa scored twice and Kyle Flannery had a goal and an assist in a 5-2 triumph over Newton;
Brian Padellaro had two goals and two assists, Tom Mulligan had 1-2-3 and Sam Reeves also scored twice in Newburyport’s 8-1 handling of Haverhill; Jonathan McTague scored all four goals and David Aiken pitched a shutout as Saugus beat Wilmington, 4-0; Crowley went for three goals and three assists, Stejbacj also wore the hat and had two assists and Day added 1-1-2 as the Blizzard beat Burlington, 9-3; Sal Clemente’s second goal of the game, with 3:30 left, was the winner and Travid Price had 1-1-2 as Reading edged Lynn, 4-3, despite two goals by Collin Hogan; Jonathan Tucker scored with 7:22 left to give Danvers a 3-3 tie with Marblehead, which got two goals from Wilson Lautner; John Delsolio posted 2-1-3, Pat Todisco had 1-1-2 and Mike Stellati two assists in Winthrop’s 5-2 win over Wakefield; and Feola delivered 2-1-3, McCloskey also scored twice and Lauretti and Nelson shared the shutout in Medford’s 5-0 victory over Newton.
Ethan Pope wore the hat, Max Grafton had three assists and Alex Iudice 1-1-2 in Andover’s 5-1 win over Methuen; Lauren Miele wore the hat and had an assist, Mitch Waterhouse posted four assists, Brian Conry had 1-2-3, Dana Barnard scored twice and Shane Mulrenan two assists in North Reading’s 8-1 win over Newton; Mitch Judge pitched a shutout and Ryan Cobb scored early in the third period as Lexington/Bedford IV edged Peabody, 1-0; Chris Milone pitched a shutout and Austin Brown scored 3:21 into the second period of Methuen’s 3-0 win over Peabody; and Cam McClung scored with 2:42 left and again with :48 on the clock, Josh Bobin had two assists and Pentucket scored three times in the final 5:30 to nip Andover, 3-2. – MIKE SHALIN, email@example.com