Mite - Week Ending Dec 14
HAVE A HAPPY AND HEALTHY HOLIDAY SEASON!!!!
Lexington/Bedford had a win and a wild tie. Ryan Flynn wore the hat and had an assist in a 4-1 victory over Chelmsford – and L/B pulled off a dramatic last-minute rally with three goals in the final 52 seconds for a 5-5 tie with Wilmington. Noah Parenti (2-1-3) scored with :52 left and Flynn scored his second goal with :21 left and his third with :02 on the clock for the tie; Mike Ducharme and Tim Kippenberger with two goals apiece and Tom Robarge with two assists for Wilmington;
Bobby McCloskey scored twice and Marblehead beat Stoneham , 3-0 (coaches, a goalie or goalies for the shutout????); Jake Moniz pitched the shutout and Mike Bernardinelli scored in the second period as Wakefield edged Newton, 1-0; Tyler Buonopane had the tying goal with 7:08 left and Mike Roche posted 1-3-4 as North Andover pulled out a 4-4 tie with Cape Ann, which got two goals from Chris Powers; Eric Lester scored five goals, three on a natural hat trick, and had two assists in Methuen’s 7-0 win over S&S; Kelly Browne had 1-1-2 and Katerina Nikolopoulos two assists in Burlington’s 4-2 victory over Winchester; Chris Ervin scored twice and Chelmsford beat Melrose, 6-1; Joel Hanley had 2-1-3 and Brendan Yournell and Robbie Kozlowski shared the shutout in Arlington’s 4-0 victory over Waltham; and Logan Thornton had the winner with 1:16 remaining, Mike Tobin posted 2-1-3, Nick Burpee 1-1-2 and Jack Geiger two assists as Reading overcame a four-goal game by Tyler Manzi and edged Woburn, 6-5.
Peabody came through with a win and a tie against Burlington . Sullivan Marino wore the hat and Caleb Dollin scored twice in a 7-2 win – and Russo scored with 1:10 left to answer a Marino goal from earlier in the third period and give Burlington a 1-1 tie;
Evan Rago wore the hat and had three assists, CJ Graffeo posted 1-4-5, Chris Heffernan 2-1-3, Ian Worthley two goals and Rich Pagliuca two assists as Saugus nipped Wakefield, 8-5, despite 2-1-3 by Jake Nardone and 1-2-3 by Colin Jaena; Bill McCann scored the winner with 1:24 remaining and Jay Schille scored twice as North Reading nipped Agawam, 5-4 – No. 11 with two goals in the loss; Luke Evangelista delivered 1-3-4, Cory Cherico 2-1-3, Bryce Costin two goals and Andrew DiMento 1-1-2 in Winthrop’s 6-1 victory over the Wizards; Nick Rheaume posted a natural hat trick, Conner Rinklin and John Kuta both had two assists and Jack Keeler lost a shutout bid when Connor Fu scored with :32 left in Andover’s 4-1 win over Newburyport; Sam Rennick scored with 5:16 left to give Triton a 2-1 decision over the Blizzard; Tom Hassett wore the hat and Greater Lowell stopped Wilmington, 5-2 – Kyle Bolis with 1-1-2 for Wilmington; and Tommy Craig wore the hat in Tewksbury’s 6-4 victory over Reading, which got a hat trick and an assist from Brendan Fay and 1-1-2 from Jack Stanton.
Waltham earned a win and a tie. Connor Blanchard had four goals and an assist, including a natural hat trick in a 3:08 span, two in 18 seconds, Brian Pescatore scored twice and Sydney MacPherson added two assists in Waltham’s 7-4 win over Lynn, which got a hat trick from Connor Donovan – and Noah Melker scored the tying goal scored with 8:22 left and Luke Beckstein had 1-1-2 as Nashua pulled out a 2-2 tie with Waltham;
Tim Mazzei and Tim Quigley both scored twice and Brendan Pigott posted 1-1-2 in Arlington’s 8-3 win over Beverly; William Leary wore the hat and had an assist to lead Newton to a 6-3 victory over Masco, which got two goals from Jared McKenna and 1-1-2 from Kyle Gaffey; Pat Birmingham scored four goals, including a natural hat trick over 5:39 in the third period, as Amesbury beat Danvers, 5-3, despite two goals by Jack Thibodeau; Chris Flannery scored four goals, Robert Brandano also wore the hat and Robert Sazo had two assists in Lynnfield’s 8-1 handling of Haverhill; Drew Tardif pitched a shutout and Mike Walsh assisted on both goals in Winchester’s 2-0 victory over Tewksbury; and Julian Steed and Andrew Thomas both had 1-1-2 in Woburn’s 6-1 win over Tewksbury.
Mason Healey came through with two goals and an assist to lead a balanced attack, Matt Diprizio, Mason Drouin and Nick Fallon all also scored twice and Hunter Healey and Pat Cohen both had 1-1-2 in Salem’s 10-2 handling of Agawam; John Shea scored with 18 seconds left to give Watertown a 2-1 decision over Stoneham; and Collin Hart scored two goals in a span of 1:28 in the third period and Dean Mellor also scored twice in Marblehead’s 6-3 victory over Andover.
Connor McCarron erupted for five goals and an assist to lead Peabody to a 9-5 win over S&S, which got 2-1-3 from Drew Olivieri and two goals from Chris Calautti; Nolan Sullivan wore the hat in Wilmington’s 5-1 win over North Reading; Chris Bungard wore the hat, John Roark had 2-1-3 and Ben Pitts, Zach LeTendre and Colin Gleason all had two assists in Chelmsford’s 9-2 triumph over Newton; Andrew Patrie wore the hat, Colin Reiling scored twice and Bill Norcross added two assists in Lynn’s 9-3 win over Cape Ann, which got two goals from Sam Mellen; Joe Deeb scored with 1:59 left to give Winthrop a 2-2 tie with the Andover Girls, who got 1-1-2 from Emma Feeney; Solimine scored four goals and assisted on another, Lopardo posted 1-2-3 and Pevey pitched a shutout in Masco’s 8-0 win over Medford; and Jack McDonough was in goal for Winchester and Sam Bianchi for North Andover in a 0-0 tie.
Nashua won twice. Elise Yabroudy snapped a 1-1- tie with 21 seconds left in the second period of a 3-1 decision over Portland – and Jake Kelleher wore the hat and Yabroudy scored twice in a 5-2 victory over Reading; Seamus McAvoy scored twice and Melrose defeated Burlington , 3-0 (coaches, a goalie or goalies???); Eric Donlan scored twice and Nick Wang had two assists in Newton ’s 3-0 triumph over Methuen (coaches, a goalie or goalies???); R. Paolo delivered 2-2-4, Delvecchio wore the hat and D. Paolo scored twice as Saugus beat Masco, 9-3 – Anthony Cafarelli with two goals for Mascol and Matt Sartori and Tyler Veerman each had 1-1-2 in Wakefield’s 6-0 victory over Stoneham (coaches, a goalie???)
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