Squirt - Week Ending Sept 14
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Wilmington won twice and Winchester had a win and a tie. Eric Steeves scored with :54 left to give Wilmington a 2-1 victory over Burlington – and Steeves scored twice and Griffin Black and Jacob Perkins both had two assists in a 6-0 win over Tewksbury; Teddy Locke wore the hat and had an assist, Adam Zaidy two goals and an assist and Kyle Ferguson a goal and two assists in Winchester’s 8-0 handling of S&S – and Jake Ewing (1-1-2) scored with 4:14 left to produce a 2-2 tie with Reading, which got both goals from Tierney;
Robbie Farrell snapped a 1-1 tie with 8:08 left in the second period and Chelmsford beat Tewksbury, 3-1; Sam Stone scored two goals in 13 seconds late in the second period and Masco trimmed Chelmsford, 4-2; Evan Reddick wore the hat and had two assists, Tom Frati scored four goals, including a natural hat trick, Jackson Allard scored twice in 50 seconds and also had an assist, Eric Pedro set up three goals, Ryan Donnelly also scored two and Mike Johnson had two assists in Lynn’s big win over Lynnfield; Nick Merryman (1-1-2) scored with 1:27 left to give Peabody a 3-3 tie with Burlington, which got 1-1-2 from Riley Gilberg and two assists from Tom Sullivan; Pat Harrington wore the hat and Sean O’Connell had three assists in Stoneham’s 5-2 victory over Saugus; Cody Doyon posted 2-2-4, Andrew Keith also scored twice, Isaac Lapointe had 1-1-2 and Jack Callahan two assists as the Renegades overcame a Peter DeSimone had trick and beat Waltham, 7-5; Reilly Walsh wore the hat and had an assist as Concord stopped Newton, 5-2; Matt Croston scored with 9:02 left to answer a Burns goal and give Andover a 1-1 tie with Reading; Haley wore the hat and had two assists, Delvento delivered 2-2-4, Kalinowski had 1-2-3 and No. 9 1-1-2 in Marblehead’s big win over Cape Ann; and Brendan Maloney posted 2-2-4, Tommy Kergo wore the hat, Tim Doherty had 2-1-3 and Andrew Nicolas 1-2-3 in Woburn’s 9-2 handling of Peabody.
Lexington/Bedford, Wakefield and Methuen both won twice. Parker Sutton wore the hat and had two assists, Josh Parrella delivered a goal and two assists and Gene Yoon two assists in Lexington/Bedford’s 6-2 victory over Winchester – and Sutton wore the hat, Mike Zhang scored twice and Yoon and Brad Kelly both had two assists in a 7-1 triumph over Salem; David Melanson wore the hat and had an assist, Mike Guanci turned those numbers around with 1-3-4, No. 18 had 1-2-3 and Mark Devincent added 1-1-2 in Wakefield’s big win over Greater Lowell – and Guanci had 1-2-3, Devincent 1-1-2 and Ben Yondell lost a shutout bid with 1:37 left in a 4-1 win over Nashua; Cole Julius wore the hat and had an assist, Ray Donovan and Jonathan Caux both posted 1-2-3, Matt O’Connor had three assists and Garrett Watson and Timmy Letourneau both scored twice in Methuen’s big win over Winchester – and Chris Lattani scored twice and Watson had 1-1-2 in a 6-2 victory over Andover;
Cam Smith scored twice and Justin Bruzzese had a goal and an assist in North Reading’s 4-1 win over Winthrop; No. 14 scored 24 seconds into the third period to answer an early goal by Jack Gump and give Andover a 1-1 tie with Chelmsford; Noah Kolesha pitched a shutout and Zach Sullivan posted 1-1-2 in Newburyport’s 2-0 win over Triton; Squeglia, Reilly and Hopkinson all came through with 1-1-2 and Reading beat Medford, 6-3; Jacob Sylvester had 2-1-3, Nick Storniolo 1-2-3, Dylan Salvo two goals and Camden Jenkins two assists in Salem’s 5-3 win over Reading, which got two goals from Margossian and two assists from Miele; Gansenberg posted 2-1-3, Lange also scored twice and Gillis had 1-1-2 in Agawam’s 8-4 win over Amesbury, which got two goals from Sam Mitchell; Cam Maher set up three goals, Liam Viviano scored two and A. Garrison had 1-1-2 in NH East’s 7-1 handling of Beverly; and Evan Ricci scored four goals, including a natural hat trick, and Reid Shanabrook posted 1-2-3 in Watertown’s 6-2 victory over North Andover.
Melrose won twice and Methuen had a win and a tie. Calvin MacDonald and Pat Hickey both had two goals and an assist and Jacob Kleis 1-1-2 as Melrose beat Peabody, 8-0 – and MacDonald wore the hat, Alex Brown posted 2-1-3, Hickey set up three goals, Shane Correale scored two and Eilen Flynn had two assists in a 9-1 handling of Andover; Mike Cooper erupted for six goals, Brett Blackwell also wore a hat, adding an assist, Jordan Perez scored twice and Cody Kaczynski had 1-1-2 in Methuen’s big win over Andover – and Scaramozzino scored late goals 30 seconds apart to give Woburn a 3-3 tie with Methuen, which got both goals from Blackwell;
Chris Kergo had two goals and an assists and Ryan O’Connor also scored twice as Burlington beat Wilmington, 4-2; Jeff McDonald scored late goals 56 seconds apart to give Arlington a 2-1 decision over Danvers; Bellemore had the tying goal with :12 left and Kisish posted 1-1-2 as Haverhill pulled out a 3-3 tie with North Andover, which got two goals from McKay and 1-1-2 from Joel Kochanski; Stoneham used six different scorers to beat Marblehead, 6-2 – AJ Ernst with both goals in the loss; Colby Keller wore the hat in Pentucket’s 4-1 win over Newton; William Mills delivered 2-2-4, Bobby Lord and Dave Silveira both had 2-1-3, John Buske 1-2-3 and James Ryan 1-1-2 in Wilmington’s big win over Peabody; Brett Bisson had a natural hat trick over a span of just 5:13 and also added an assist, Connor Crosby posted 2-1-3, PJ Lombara also scored twice, Justin Dalton had 1-1-2 and Brock Reardon two assists in Masco’s big win over Reading; Kelsey Ryan scored twice and the Wizards beat Waltham, 7-1; and Charlie Stahley had two assists and Andover III beat the Andover Girls, 4-1.
Chelmsford and Andover both won twice. Brendan Lally and Dereck Briand both set up three goals, Ricky Kennedy and Alec McPherson each scored twice, John Doherty had a goal and an assist and John Barry the shutout in goal in Chelmsford’s 6-0 victory over Tewksbury – and Briand and Patrick Hart both scored twice and Kevin Quinn and Mitch McCabe both had two assists in a 5-2 win over Nashua; TJ Garesche and Ben Purtell both scored twice in Andover’s 5-2 triumph over S&S – and Garesche posted 1-2-3 in a 5-1 win over Salem;
Margaret Sullivan wore the hat, Nick DallaSanta had 2-1-3 and Kyle Barry also scored twice in Burlington’s big win over Wakefield; Charles O’Connor had two goals and two assists, Nick Cadwell wore the hat and Lily Mallard, Matt Burke and Joe Sullivan all had two assists in Woburn’s 7-4 win over Salem, which got two goals from Mike Borrell and 1-1-2 from Landon Krekorian; Ishmael Telemaco wore the hat, scoring all three goals as S&S trimmed Burlington, 3-1; Kyle Broseau scored with 1:56 left to answer a Robbins goal and give Saugus a 1-1 tie with Lynnfield; Davde Paine and John Laghetto both scored twice, Owen McGowan had 1-1-2 and Katie Houle two assists as Winchester beat Wakefield, 8-0; Nick Ferderico delivered 1-2-3 and Tom Whittaker, Bob Delling and Nick Ryan all scored twice in Stoneham’s 8-4 win over Triton, which got 2-1-3 from Jake Daniels; Katherine Ellis scored early in the second period to answer a first-period goal by Bovry and give the Wizards a 1-1 tie with Stoneham; Ryan Nee and Chris Egan both came through with 2-1-3, Timmy Ennis also scored twice and Joey Flak had 1-1-2 as Masco beat Melrose, 8-0; Lucas Cornetta’s goal early in the second period capped the scoring for the game and gave Cape Ann a 3-3 tie with Winthrop, which got two goals from Matt Tarantino; Mike Desmond wore the hat and Sean Devin had 1-1-2 in Lynn’s 6-2 victory over Pentucket; Gordon scored with 0.2 seconds left to give Newton a 2-1 decision over Watertown; and Luc Surette wore the hat, Catherine McVey had 1-2-3 and John Rowbothan 1-1-2 in Tewksbury’s 6-1 win over Woburn.
Woburn won twice. Gavin Casey had a goal and an assist in a 4-1 victory over Reading – and Matt Power snapped a 1-1 tie with 5:04 left in the second period and Woburn went on to a 3-1 win over Chelmsford;
Pete Domenchella had 1-2-3, Tim Simmons 1-1-2 and John Dellanno and Tom Maloney shared the shutout in Arlington’s 5-0 victory over Newburyport; Jacob Lawson scored four goals and Chris Wallace added 1-1-2 in Winchester’s 7-4 win over Burlington, which got two goals from Blasé; Zach Lennon had 1-2-3 and Chris Francoeur scored twice as Amesbury beat Haverhill, 7-4, despite a Keegan Davis hat trick; Hunter wore the hat and Joey Reardon had 1-1-2 in North Reading’s 4-2 win over Newton, which got 1-1-2 from Tom O’Neil; Madison Brooke scored with :31 left to give Masco a 3-3 tie with Medford, which got 1-2-3 from Steve Foley and two assists from Jon Minotti; Shepard posted a natural hat trick and had an assist, McLane had 1-2-3, McKay three assists and Lane-Mathews two goals in Agawam’s 8-0 handling of Everett/Revere; Emily Smith wore the hat, Campbell Siegrist had three assists and Olivia Gill 1-1-2 as the Wizards beat Andover, 6-1; Erin Doonan’s goal with 9:59 left turned out to be the winner as Chelmsford nipped Tewksbury, 3-1; Marc Burns netted three goals and Roman Carnevale scored four goals to lead Beverly to an 8-3 win over Danvers, which got two goals from Gamble, 1-1-2 from Wessell and two assists from Jeanotte; Beverly’s Ben Cotreau and Andrew McNulty chipped in with a goal each while the line of Carnevale, Brendan Linehan and Terran Mazzaglia kept constant pressure on the Danvers goalie; Beverly’s defense played well in front of netminder Yegor Bulbik; Mike Andrea had 1-1-2 and Tewksbury used six different goal scorers to beat Winchester, 6-3; and Joe Hegarty scored with 5:40 left to give Lexington/Bedford a 2-1 decision over Methuen.
Max Capone recorded a natural hat trick in the first period and David Guiffre scored twice in Winthrop’s 7-0 handling of North Andover; and Seigel pitched a shutout in goal, No. 18 posted 1-1-2 and No. 9 had two assists in Agawam’s 5-0 victory over Newton.
– MIKE SHALIN, email@example.com