Peewee - Week Ending March 8
Jack Hickey had two goals and an assist, including what proved to be the winning goal with 10:33 left, as Melrose edged Lexington/Bedford, 3-2; Piotti scored twice and Burlington stopped Woburn, 3-1; Zack Barry pitched as shutout and Riley Eckles scored with 3:22 left as Andover nipped Chelmsford, 1-0; Austin O’Neil’s second goal of the game, with 3:14 left, gave Wilmington a 2-1 decision over Saugus; Jake Jordan (2-1-3) snapped a 2-2 tie with 5:48 left and Stoneham defeated North Reading, 4-2; James Currier (2-1-3) scored two late goals, the second with :26 left, giving Masco a 4-3 victory over Lexington/Bedford, which got two goals from Mike McWeeney and two assists from John Pare; Donnell delivered 1-2-3, Frisoli and Kelland both scored twice, Loprete posted 1-1-2, Crowley had two assists and Busconi pitched a shutout in Watertown’s 7-0 win over Newburyport; and Ivan Polipas (1-1-2) had what proved to be the winner 13 seconds into the third period and Gary Babigian scored twice as Waltham got by Woburn, 4-3, despite 2-1-3 by Joey Bishop.
Andover won twice. Bella Papapetros wore the hat and had two assists and Doug Benson 2-1-3 in an 8-1 handling of Triton – and Papapetros scored twice, the second 18 seconds into the third period for the eventual winner, in a 2-1 decision over Lynnfield;
John Anderson pitched a shutout and Anthony Pasciuto scored with 8:02 left in the second period of Masco’s 2-0 win over Waltham; Matt Maws pitched a shutout, Andrew Haytayna scored twice and Dom DiBlasi had two assists in Waltham’s 4-0 win over Masco; Peter Menzies capped a 1-2-3 with the winner goal with 9:51 left and Methuen edged Reading, 3-2; Dan Barbin scored the winner with 2:52 left, Tim Sullivan had 1-2-3 and Jared Carlson 1-1-2 as Salem edged Lynnfield, 3-2, despite two goals by Dan Sullivan; Annie Messuri had two assists and the Wizards topped Newton, 3-1; Rich had what proved to be the winner with 10:00 left and Creador lost a shutout bid with 1:44 left in Winthrop’s 2-1 decision over Marblehead; and Anthony Forte’s second goal of the game,, with 5:51 left, proved to be the winner and Paul Hogan had two assists as Burlington 3R edged Wilmington, 4-3 – Jake Russell with 1-1-2 in the loss.
Lexington/Bedford III and Greater Lowell both won twice. Geoffrey Wade posted 1-3-4, Tom McLaughlin had 1-2-3, Brennan LaGrassa scored twice and Max Giesen delivered 1-1-2 in Lexington/Bedford’s 8-4 win over Agawam, which got two goals from No. 93 and two assists from Strong – and Shaun McLaughlin (1-1-2) and George Han scored 26 seconds apart late in the second period of a 4-1 win over Agawam; John Krapian, Jesse Caisse and Justin Lang all had 1-1-2 in Lowell’s 4-2 win over Chelmsford, which got both goals from John Loftus – and Billy Dickson scored twice, Krapian had 1-1-2 and Lowell scored five times in the second period to defeat Tewksbury, 5-3, as Tim Willegal had 1-1-2 and Steve Hamel two assists for Tewksbury;
Colby Harlow scored the tying goal with 9:25 left and Josh Berenson posted 1-1-2 as Lexington/Bedford pulled out a 2-2 tie with Chelmsford; Tyler Brown scored early and Melrose blanked Cape Ann, 2-0 (coaches, a goalie?????); Alex Ryan scored four goals and assisted on another and Jon Sparaco, Brendan O’Neil and Mike Germano all had 1-1-2 in Stoneham’s 10-2 handling of Danvers; Anthony Ciaramitaro scored twice and Nolan Webb, Cam Collins and Dylan Driscoll all posted 1-1-2 in Cape Ann’s 5-2 win over Winthrop; Marshall scored twice and Peabody defeated Wakefield, 7-1; Filiault and Hesser both wore hats, Filiault added an assist, Brennan had 1-2-3, Blangiardi posted 1-1-2 and Crue two assists in Newburyport’s 8-2 handling of NE Stars; Griffin Paine scored the winning just with just one second left and John Lewis scored twice as North Reading edged Arlington, 3-2; and Ali Garvin’s goal with 3:50 left in the second period turned out to be the winner, Elizabeth Dahleh scored twice and Jumana Dahleh had two assists as the Wizards beat Amesbury, 4-2, despite two goals by Shields and assists on both by Duggan.
Burlington had a win and a tie. Jack Morison scored with 4:43 left to produce a 3-2 decision over Wilmington – and Chad Desautels scored early in the second period to answer a first-period goal by Robbie Ryan and give Salem a 1-1 tie with Burlington;
Tim Trudel (1-1-2) had what proved to be the winner with :30 left in the second period as Nashua edged Haverhill, 3-2; Pica (1-1-2) had the winner with 3:22 left after Joyce’s second goal of the game, with 5:18 on the clock as Woburn nipped Andover IV, 4-3, despite two goals by Vishnu Chavva and two assists by Drew Manning; Pat Ritchie wore the hat, Andrew Plourde had three assists and Veronica Alois 1-1-2 in Andover III’s 6-2 win over Wilmington II; Jackson Gillis posted 2-1-3 and Steve Langenfeld and Eric McNamara both had 1-1-2 in Wilmington III’s 5-1 victory over Lynnfield; Tyler Ponkey had what proved to be the winner with 10:34 left and Mike Cunningham pasted 1-1-2 in Masco’s 3-1 win over Melrose; Kyle Cahill wore the hat, Trenton King scored twice and Jay Joyce pitched a shutout as Danvers defeated Marblehead, 6-0; Anthony Bruno scored with 3:17 left and Anthony Kavocev followed with the tying goal with :44 on the clock as Malden/East Boston rallied for a 2-2 tie with Reading, which got 1-1-2 from Dan Garofoli; Julianne Sheehan scored twice, Sara Lopez-Wheeler had 1-1-2 and Clara Pingeon pitched a shutout as the Wizards bested North Andover, 4-0; Teddy Sanford posted 1-2-3 and Matt Albano had two assists in Lynnfield’s 4-1 victory over Methuen; and Shawn Lanceleve scored with 7:24 left, just 29 seconds after Hank Martin scored to break a 0-0 as Haverhill pulled out a 1-1 tie with Everett/Revere.
Peabody won twice. Brandon DeBardanis scored four goals and Steve Debay added two assists in a 5-1 victory over Burlington – and No. 4 (1-1-2) scored with 6:59 left to give Peabody a 2-1 decision over Woburn;
Billy Sheerin scored what proved to be the winner with 5:20 left in the second period and Wakefield edged Chelmsford, 4-3, despite 1-1-2 apiece by Brandon Williams and Brian Robinson; Mo`rash pitched a shutout and Panetta and Mooney scored 1:17 apart in the first period of Woburn’s 2-0 win over Salem; Noah Aiello pitched a shutout and Cam Collins scored late in the first period as Cape Ann edged Haverhill, 1-0; Niko Foti scored five goals, including a natural hat trick, Ed Ryan posted 1-2-3 and Evan Zabarsky 1-1-2 in Salem’s 7-5 win over Saugus, which got a hat trick and an assists from Cucuzza and three assists from Landry; Luke Wyman wore the hat and had two assists and Tom Houston also had two assists in Arlington’s 6-3 win over Newton, which got all three goals from Harrison Bamel; James Griffin scored with :24 left, his second late goal to lift Winthrop into a 2-2 tie with Watertown; Jeremy Lejeune pitched a shutout and Nick Petkovich scored in the first period of Lynn’s 2-0 win over Newburyport; No. 15 had 1-2-3, Killian Fitzpatrick scored twice and Killian Fitzpatrick and Ben Strong both had 1-1-2 in Agawam’s 7-2 win over North Reading; Kyle Soares and Matt Kehoe both delivered 1-2-3 and Anthony Imbriano had 1-1-2 in Stoneham’s 6-3 victory over Pentucket, which got two assists from Kyle Rooney; Rachael Utegg had three assists, Micheala McLaughly had 1-1-2 and the Wizards got goals from six different players and defeated Cape Ann, 6-3, despite a Cam Collins hat trick; Bamel set up three goals and Clayton Starr and Pat Aquilina both scored twice in Newton’s 6-0 win over Arlington; Ryan Gamst scored his second goal of the game with :56 left to give Chelmsford a 3-3 tie with Lexington/Bedford; and Dylan Murdock (2-1-3) scored his second goal of the game, with 4:42 left and Burlington overcame a Chillemi hat trick and edged Woburn, 4-3.
Preston Hall delivered a goal and four assists, Jake Reid added 2-2-4 and Jared Dussault 2-1-3 in North Andover’s 6-1 win over Newburyport; Alex Ripianzi (1-1-2) scored with 6:33 left to lift Wilmington a 3-2 decision over Newton; and Joe Vienneau set up three goals and Paul Howard and Philippos Martin both scored twice as Medford scored a 6-6 tie with Pentucket, which got 2-1-3 from Cam WEolbach and two assists from Veno.
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