The top-seeded Warriors Grinnell won it all. In the quarterfinal game, Alex Ryan
wore the hat as the No. 4 Generals beat No. 4 Haverhill, 5-2 – Danny Foynes
with two assists in the loss. In the semifinals, Kyle Gosselin
scored twice, Leah Olson
had a goal and an assist, Robert Barraclough
assisted on two goals and Pat Delaney
and Kyle Thing
shared the shutout as Warriors Grinnell handled the Generals, 7-0 – and No. 3 Mill City advanced with a forfeit win over No. 2 Team Dynamic.
In the final game, Andrew Grinnell
scored his second goal of the game 59 seconds into overtime to give the Warriors a 3-2 decision over Mill City.
In final pre-playoff action, Barraclough
scored two goals in a 1:24 span early and Warriors Grinnell beat Mill City, 2-1; and No. 14
wore the hat, Stratikos
had two goals and an assist and Lynch
both assisted on a pair as Team Dynamic beat Mill City, 6-2 – Chris Nadeau
with both goals in the loss.
Andrew Grinnell, Warriors Grinnell
Top-seeded Pro Ambition skated off with the title. In the semifinals, Tyler Bird
posted a goal and two assists, Tim Paige
scored twice and Cory Greeley
had a goal and an assists as Pro Ambitions beat No. 4 Mill City, 5-2 – and Jake McKenelley
and Ryan McDonough
both scored twice and Ryan Lacroix
lost a shutout bid with 1:27 left as No. 3 Warriors Miragaes beat No. 2 Warriors Wesley, 5-1.
In the final game, CJ Kenny’s
first-period goal turned out to be the winner and Bird
also scored as Pro Ambitions beat Warriors Miragaes, 4-1.
Tyler Bird, Pro Ambitions
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