Peewee - Week Ending Feb 15
Casco Bay and Woburn both won twice. Ted Hart scored five goals, Max Watson had a goal and two assists and Zach Luce and Ben Freeman a goal and an assists apiece in Casco’s 10-2 handling of Peabody, which got 1-1-2 apiece from Manthorne and Fiore – and Will Coleman pitched a shutout in goal, Sterling Weatherbie scored twice and Alden Weller had two assists in a 3-0 victory over Chelmsford; CJ Natale had 2-1-3 and Joey Bishop two assists as Woburn came back from being down 2-0 and nipped Nashua, 4-2 – and Bobby Ferullo had 1-1-2 and Brian Kenton two assists in a 3-0 win over Reading (coaches, a goalie???);
Glenn Sullivan pitched a shutout, Joe Castellano scored twice and Austin O’Neal had two assists in Wilmington’s 2-0 victory over Saugus; Alex Taylor and Matty Flynn shared a shutout and Nick Marraffa and Jay Calcagno both had 1-1-2 as Danvers beat Reading, 3-0; Dan O’Toole scored his second and third goals 1:37 apart early in the third period and Joe Lemieux assisted on all three scores as North Reading edged Masco, 3-2 – Tyler Cameron and Vitaly Knowles with 1-1-2 apiece in the loss; Jarred Penney had 1-3-4 and Justin Whooley 2-1-3 in Stoneham’s 5-2 win over Melrose, which got both goals from Nick Rolli and assists on both from Zack Mercer; Taglieri pitched a shutout, Mercer posted 1-1-2 and Foley two assists as Melrose beat Lexington/Bedford, 3-0; Barry pitched a shutout and Serrao scored early in Andover’s 2-0 win over Chelmsford; Jacob Proulx delivered 1-3-4, John Foote wore the hat and Derek Tillotson had two assists in Concord’s 6-2 win over Andover; Brandon McGrail wore the hat and Jeremy Grabowski had two assists in Newburyport’s 4-1 win over Wilmington; Mike Castro scored the winner with :27 left and James Currier set up all five goals in Masco’s 5-4 decision over the Gladiators, who got 1-1-2 from Keagan Deslauriers and two assists from Tyler O’Connor; Kelland wore the hat in Watertown’s 6-3 win over Waltham; and Kevin Olsen and Andrew Cunningham both had 1-1-2 in Arlington’s 3-1 win over Saugus.
Salem and Cape Ann both had a win and a tie. Brad Margraff scored his second goal of the game with one second left for the win, Salem’s third shorthanded goal of the game, and Tim Sullivan also scored twice in a 4-3 decision over Pentucket – and Marggraf’s second of the game, with :27 left, gave Salem a 3-3 tie with Methuen, which got 2-1-3 from Cam Busta; Owen Parisi pitched a shutout and Jared Favazza scored twice in Cape Ann’s 3-0 win over Medford – and Burke scored twice in the third period, the second with 2:15 left to give S&S a 3-3 tie with Cape Ann, which got all three goals from Brenden Poliskey;
Mike Barbieri pitched a shutout and Tucker Marr scored in the second period of Newton’s 1-0 win over Lynnfield; Brian Goolishian and Matt Arena scored a minute apart in the third period and Devin McIntyre stopped a penalty shot by Graham Strong as Haverhill pulled out a 3-3 tie with Waltham; Ben Winslow (2-2-4) tied the game with 7:32 left and D. Sullivan (2-2-4) won it eight seconds later, B. Sullivan adding 1-1-2 and Davis two assists as Lynnfield edged Concord-Carlisle, 5-4 – No. 30 with 1-2-3 in the loss; Dempsey scored two goals in 48 seconds late in the first period and Winthrop scored three times in 2:34 and defeated Reading, 4-2 – Mullarkey with two goals in the loss; Ben Spicer had 1-1-2 and Brady Langlois scored what proved to be the winner with 4:35 left as Wakefield edged Lynn, 3-2; Farmer pitched a shutout, Matlack scored twice and Gilman had two assists in NH East’s 3-0 victory over Medford; Chris Tully pitched a shutout and Bella Papapetros scored twice in Andover’s 3-0 win over the Wizards; Stephen Panella scored twice and Concord beat Masco, 4-1; John Anderson pitched a shutout and Chris Birch delivered 1-1-2 in Masco’s 3-0 win over North Andover; and McCaffrey scored with 7:17 left in the second period, answering a goal just scored by Joe DiBacco as Triton and Reading skated to a 1-1 tie.
Peabody won twice. Barrett pitched a shutout and Brewster and No. 16 both had a goal and an assist in a 4-0 win over the Wizards – and Smullen had the winner with 1:53 left and Tennihan posted 1-1-2 in a 3-2 decision over Wakefield, which got 1-1-2 apiece from James McAuliffe and Alec Rodgers;
Tim Lafave set up four goals, Steve Hamel wore the hat and Connor Blair had 1-1-2 in Tewksbury’s 6-3 win over Stoneham, which got two goals from Alex Ryan; Joe Devellis had two goals and three assists, Matt George also scored twice, David Peterson and Alex Richards both posted 1-1-2 and Josh Mills had two assists in Nashoba’s 8-2 handling of Waltham; Tyler Brown pitched a shutout and Nathan Tikonoff had 2-1-3 as Melrose beat the NE Stars, 4-0; Curtis Cunningham scored with 1:56 left in the second period, answering Tom Connolly’s early goal and giving Danvers a 1-1 tie with Chelmsford; Matt Gallant collected 1-2-3, Connor Murphy set up three goals and Colby Harlow scored two in Lexington/Bedford II’s 3-1 victory over Newburyport; Bennet Curcur scored twice and Nolan Webb had two assists in Cape Ann’s 4-2 win over Greater Lowell, which got 1-1-2 from John Krapian; Shields capped a hat trick with the tying goal with :28 left and also had an assist and Thompson posted 2-1-3 as Amesbury pulled out a 5-5 tie with Lexington/Bedford III, which got 2-1-3 from Tom McLaughlin and two goals from George Han; Katz posted 2-1-3 and Zwiercan 1-1-2 as S&S defeated Newton, 6-2 – Andrew Wales with both goals in the loss; and Will Peters pitched the shutout, Jake Ryan scored twice and Ryan Hood, Mathew Mancini and No. 5 all had two assists in Arlington’s 5-0 win over Wakefield.
Wilmington II and Malden/East Boston both won twice. Brodie Curtis pitched a shutout, Steve McInnis scored twice, Rob Fullerton had 1-1-2 and Tom Simmons two assists in Wilmington’s 4-0 win over Beverly – and Fullerton posted 2-1-3, Maddy Ricci had 1-1-2 and Bon Bailey two assists in a 6-2 victory over Marblehead; Anthony Bruno collected 2-1-3, Andrew Silvestri had two assists and Ryan Gigliello and Cal Taddeo shared the shutout in Malden/East Boston’s 5-0 win over Methuen – and Daryll Cahill scored 24 seconds into the third period to give M/EB its 3-2 win over Andover;
Reilly Brown scored with 6:03 left to give Newburyport a 2-1 decision over Andover; D. Langenfeld scored twice, S. Langenfeld had 1-1-2 and Perella two assists as Wilmington III defeated Melrose, 4-1; Devin Conroy wore the hat and had an assist, No. 13 had 1-1-2, Cole Hunter two assists and Josh Caruso the shutout in Reading’s 6-0 victory over Danvers; Mike Cunningham scored twice and Andrew McCourt had what proved to be the winner with 7:34 left as Masco nipped Lynnfield, 4-2 – all goals coming in the final 10:11 of the game; Robbie Ryan (2-1-3) scored with 5:26 left, Tommy Lyons followed with the winner 2:02 later and Arya Saliany scored twice in the first period and Burlington trimmed Nashua, 4-2; and Cam Gibbons (1-1-2) had what proved to be the winner with 2:23 left and Matt Albano also had 1-1-2 as Lynnfield got by Methuen, 4-3, despite 2-1-3 by Paul Giordano and two assists by Kyle Gannon.
Pentucket won twice and Wakefield had a win and a tie. Scott Atwood scored twice and Bryan Rizzo assisted on both in Pentucket’s 4-0 win over Burlington (coaches, a goalie???) – and Atwood had four goals, including a natural hat trick, and added an assist, Jak Klosowski scored twice and Rizzo had 1-1-2 in an 8-1 handling of Salem; Richie Tosi pitched a shutout and Joe Boudreau scored twice in Wakefield’s 4-0 win over Watertown – and Zac Kane scored early in the second period, answering a first-period goal by Ryan Delaney and giving Wakefield the goal needed for a 1-1 tie with North Reading;
Mike Corbett (2-1-3) scored the winner with 1:21 left and Jake Groth had 1-2-3 as Newburyport edged Woburn, 4-3 – George with two goals in the loss; James Griffin scored four goals and assisted on another, Jonathan Hurley had 2-1-3 and No. 60 two assists in Winthrop’s 8-4 win over Tewksbury; Brian Peterson’s second goal of the game, 59 seconds into the third period, turned out to be the winner as Watertown beat Lexington/Bedford, 4-3 -- Cedris Roux with two assists in the loss; Hunter Campbell-Brown scored the winner with 1:10 left and Rich Femia had 1-1-2 as Arlington edged Peabody, 4-3 – Cam Smullen with two goals and Zach Bille 1-1-2 in the loss; Pete Smith pitched a shutout and Jarrod Guertin scored the game’s only goal with :13 left as the Blizzard edged Lexington/Bedford, 1-0; Brandon Williams had two goals and three assists, Kevin Harrison wore the hat and Brian Robinson set up two goals in Chelmsford’s 6-4 win over Agawam, which got 2-1-3 from Shultz and 1-1-2 from Sheppard; Nick Andrews scored twice and Haverhill edged Triton, 3-2, despite two goals by Tom Walsh and two assists by Brad Small; Ben Hogan scored with 4:48 left to give Tewksbury a 2-1 decision over Cape Ann; Pat Aquilina had 1-1-2 and six different players scored in Newton’s 6-1 victory over Saugus; Albert Calderelli wore the hat and had an assist, Drew Moynihan also wore the hat, scoring two goals in 23 seconds and three in 2:33, Anthony Imbriano had four assists and Matt Kehoe two goals in Stoneham’s 9-2 handling of Burlington; and Joe Lyons had 1-1-2 and Burlington defeated Lynn, 4-1.
Andover had a win and a tie. McDonough and Biddle scored 1:28 apart in the third period and Tully had a goal and an assist in a 4-3 decision over North Andover, which got two assists from Brett Kochanski – and Alex Smith had the tying goal with just :01 on the clock, after Jacob Gesualdi scored with 2:54 remaining, Joe Vienneau had three assists, Aidan McGoff two goals and Paul Howard two assists as Medford pulled out a 4-4 tie with Andover, which got two goals from Ben Ogden and 1-1-2 from Joe Spinale;
Isaac Piece had 1-2-3 and Luke Bugler scored twice in Newburyport’s 5-0 win over Pentucket; Ryan Hughson had 2-1-3, Dan Carney also scored twice, Jocelyn Cornish had 1-1-2 and Nick Denny the shutout in Wilmington’s 6-0 win over Newton; and Bruno Machado and Marc Centrella scored 1:19 apart in a three-goal second period that lifted Everett/Revere to a 3-1 decision over Wilmington.
– MIKE SHALIN, email@example.com