Mite - Week Ending Jan 11
Pat Leary scored twice and Ben Peffer and Mike Lundquist both had a goal and an assist in Newburyport’s 7-1 victory over Cape Ann; Chris Ervin wore the hat, Ben Gastonguay had a goal and two assists and Jacob Perrin pitched a shutout in Chelmsford’s 7-0 win over Melrose; Brian Pacheco scored the winner with 2:36 left and Devin Conrad had two assists in Methuen’s 2-1 decision over S&S; Jake Mecones wore the hat, Mike Barletta scored twice, Williams Carbone had two assists and Devin Gallagher lost a shutout bid when Tyler Manzi scored with 5:58 left in Woburn’s 6-1 victory over Medford; Joe Phinney scored twice and Matt Agri had 1-1-2 in North Andover’s 4-2 triumph over Stoneham, which got 1-1-2 from Jake Thain; Brett Benoit scored twice, Jackson Byrne had two assists and Dan Johnson lost a shutout bid when Liam Bowser scored with :10 left as S&S beat Chelmsford, 4-1; Ian Worthley and Ryan Groark both posted 2-1-3, Anthony Bono picked up 1-2-3 and Nick Durbano and Drew Worthley both scored twice as Saugus scored a big win over Woburn; Ryan Flynn scored twice in Lexington/Bedford’s 7-2 win over Melrose; Pat Lawn had 2-2-4, Matt Cormier also scored twice and JT Logue had 1-1-2 in Waltham’s 7-3 victory over Wakefield, which got 1-1-2 from Anthony Forziati; Jacob Garfield scored five goals, Spencer Perkins and Alex Rosen both scored twice and Bobb McCloskey pitched a shutout in Marblehead’s big win over North Andover; Eric Ash scored two goals in a 3:17 span of the third period to lift Reading into a 2-2 tie with Burlington; and Joel Hanley wore the hat, including the eventual game winner, and had an assist, Dara Patrick Conneely posted 1-1-2 and Joe Schaschareg two assists as Arlington edged Masco, 6-5 – Garrett Young with two goals and Nick Cafarelli 1-1-2 in the loss.
Jack Keeler wore the hat, including a shorthanded goal, and had two assists as he had a hand in all five goals in Andover’s 5-2 win over Wilmington; Will Connolly’s second goal of the game, with 7.8 seconds left, completed a three-goal comeback and gave Amesbury a 4-4 tie with Burlington, which got a hat trick and an assist from Urquhart; Keegan Youngclaus scored with :02 left to give the Blizzard a 2-2 tie with North Reading; Evan Rago wore the hat, Ian Worthley posted 2-1-3 and Jordan Cane added two assists as Saugus beat Greater Lowell, 9-1; Chris Robarge scored what proved the winner 51 seconds into the third period as Wilmington edged Wakefield, 3-2; and Richi Colarusso wore a natural hat, Stephen Johnson scored twice, Julia Masotta had two assists and Seth Duarte pitched a shutout in Tewksbury’s 5-0 win over Reading.
Reading won twice. Zachary Abruzzese wore a natural hat, Pat McEleney scored twice, Mike Miele and Jack Gorton both had 1-1-2 and Julia Holmes two assists in an 8-5 win over Tewksbury, which got 1-1-2 apiece from Mike Arsenault and Colby Brown – and Gorton scored four goals and assisted on another, Charlie Donahue had 1-2-3 and Miele three assists in a 7-3 victory over Woburn;
Matt Asselin delivered a goal and three assists and Andrew Dickson, Pat Cote and Ben Asselin all had 1-1-2 in Greater Lowell’s 6-2 win over Wakefield; Mike Callahan and Brendan Pigott both scored twice, Drew Malatesta had 1-1-2 and Will Schiffman pitched a shutout in Arlington’s big win over Masco; Pat Danahar had 1-2-3 in Winchester’s 5-3 win over Tewksbury, which got a hat trick from Arsenault, including a third-period penalty shot; Will Hamilton, Tyler McGoldrick and Amogh Prakash all scored twice and Joe Moffitt and Jeffrey Ng both had two assists in Andover’s 6-1 victory over Lynnfield; Jack Thibodeau scored four goals and assisted on two others, AJ DiFilippo had 2-1-3, Calvin Mansfield had three assists and Jared Mscisz scored twice as Danvers scored a big win over Haverhill; Dalton McCain had what proved to be the winner with 6:30 left, Pat Birmingham wore the hat and Ben McAfee set up two goals as Amesbury edged North Andover, 4-3; and Johnny Kantaros had 2-1-3 and Newton stopped Waltham, 5-2 – Joe Lyons with 1-1-2 in the loss.
Pat Keegan scored four goals, John Shea also wore the hat and had an assist and Alex Egan and Matt Tardif both had two assists in Watertown’s 7-3 win over Agawam; and Matt Diprizio and Mason Healey both wore hats, Diprizio also had an assist, Noah Gilbert posted 1-1-2 and Dan Smith pitched a shutout in Salem’s 8-0 handling of Marblehead.
Joe Hunt and Anthony “Espo” Incerto both had two goals and an assist in Lexington/Bedford’s 4-1 win over Wilmington; Andrew Patrie scored two goals in a 1:31 span of the second period and Lynn edged North Reading, 3-2; Brendan DeMarco scored with 1:36 left and again 27 seconds later to give Greater Lowell a 4-4 win over Winthrop, which got 1-1-2 apiece from John Rogowicz, Emelia Carleton and Sam Guarino; Nick Lopardo posted 2-1-3 and Eamonn McLean and Kirby Glynn both also scored twice in Masco’s 7-3 win over Peabody, which got two goals from Connor McCarron; Proctor’s second-period goal gave Triton a 2-2 tie with Newburyport; and Chris Walsh scored the tying goal with just 0.3 seconds left and Tony Fiorentino scored twice as Medford pulled out a 3-3 tie with Newton, which got two goals from Dave McCabe.
Jake Kelleher scored five goals and assisted on another, Sean Miles scored twice and Nathan Arsenault added two assists in Nashua’s 9-2 handling of Pentucket; Paul Bentuba and No. 16 both scored twice and Marisa Cabral and No. 31 both posted 1-1-2 in Wakefield’s big win over Stoneham; Jonathan Yeltsis scored twice and North Andover bested Methuen, 3-1; D. Paolo wore the hat, R. Paolo had three assists, Aiken, Russo and Plouffe all had two goals and Cogliano added two assists as Saugus scored an 11-4 win over Masco, which got two goals apiece from Eamonn McLean and Rachel Tammaro; AJ Capone assisted on three goals, Jack Murray scored two and Jeremy Morgenstern lost a shutout on a third-period goal by Seamus McAvoy as Andover beat Melrose, 5-1; and Nestor scored four goals and assisted on another to lead Reading to a 7-4 victory over Burlington, which got a hat trick from Ryan O’Halloran.
– MIKE SHALIN, email@example.com