Peewee - Week Ending January 10
Masco won twice and Waltham had a win and a tie, both against Reading. Anthony Mancini scored the winner with 1:06 left, Brandon Lafata wore the hat and Cam Cloutier had two assist as Masco edged Winchester, 7-6, despite a goal and two assists by Mario Andreozzi, three assists by Nick Franco and two goals by Mike Houllahan – and Garrett Lafata scored four goals and Brandon Lafata had two assists in a 5-2 win over Woburn, which got both goals from Joe Santullo; Kris Masrof had a goal and an assist in a 2-1 decision – and Jones (2-1-3) scored with 14 seconds left to give Waltham a 3-3 tie with the same team, with Pat Jordan scoring twice for Reading;
Philippe Goulet-Martel had a goal and an assist in NH East’s 3-1 win over Wilmington; Kaitlin Burt and Clara Pingeon shared the shutout and Alice Pingeon had two assists as the Wizards defeated Arlington, 3-0; Ferullo wore the hat, Olevite scored twice, Todisco had 1-1-2, Feeley two assists and Creador the shutout in Winthrop’s 8-0 handling of Newburyport; Chris Losier posted 2-1-3 and Mike Macrides, Mike Champigny and Liam Goulet all had 1-1-2 as Acton-Boxboro beat the Gladiators, 7-3 – Austin Roy with 2-1-3 in the loss; Evan MacHenry wore a natural hat and Pat Harrington had two assists in Stoneham’s 4-1 win over Marblehead; Roy wore a late natural hat and had an assist as the Gladiators topped Marblehead, 6-1; Brendan Flynn scored four goals, Dan Lehman had 1-2-3 and Maxime Giesen two assists in Lexington/Bedford’s 6-2 w2in over Chelmsford, which got two assists from Dorrie Varley-Barrett; and Chris Tully pitched a shutout and Van Shrestinian scored midway through the first period in Andover’s 3-0 win over Burlington.
Peabody won three games and Andover two. Freddy Robitaille gave up only one goal in the three Peabody wins. He pitched a shutout and Owen Brewster scored seven seconds into the second period of a 1-0 win over Melrose; he pitched another shutout and Chris Napolitano wore the hat, Brewster scored twice, Dan Partto and Ethan LeBlanc both had 1-1-2 and Matt Garafolo two assists in a 7-0 handling of Wakefield – and he gave up one goal and Pratto snapped a 1-1 tie with 10:47 left in a 3-1 victory over Wakefield; Pat Ritchie posted 1-3-4, Ryan Flanagan 2-1-3 and Dan Gemmell 1-2-3 in Andover’s 5-2 win over Wakefield, which got both goals from Tim Seibel – and Adam Wright pitched a shutout and Pat McHardy scored with 7:01 left as Andover edged Melrose, 1-0;
Chad Desautels had 2-1-3 and Andrew Gosson and Tommy Gillespie lost a combined shutout when Duncan Leitz scored with 3:11 left in Salem’s 3-1 win over Melrose; Robert Warren tied the game with 3:39 left and Collin Shapiro won it with just seven seconds remaining as NH East edged Nashua, 4-3 – Steve Saucier with two goals in the loss; Andrew Marquis wore the hat, two of the goals in the third period as Hollis nipped Nashua, 4-2; Jon Langlois capped a three-goal rally late in the second period with a goal with :07 left and Broghean McGovern had 1-1-2 as Haverhill/Pentucket got by Beverly, 3-2; Troy Fleming scored what proved to be the winner with 9:55 left and Kyle Cahill had two assists as Danvers topped Hollis, 4-2; Brandon Proulx had what turned out to be the winner 35 seconds into the third period of Groton’s 3-2 decision over Cocord-Carlisle, which got 1-1-2 from Winslow; and North Reading edged Tewksbury, 3-2 (missing game sheet).
Andover won three games. Sara Wright had 1-1-2 in a 3-1 win over Reading; Pat Reilly had what proved to be the winner 16 seconds into the third period of a 3-2 win over Agawam, which got two assists from Chris DiFluri – and Josh Katz collected 2-1-3 and Reilly 1-1-2 in a 5-2 victory over Lexington/Bedford;
Jim Letterie (1-1-2) scored with 5:09 left and Robbie Miles (1-1-2) then scored with 1:44 on the clock to give Winthrop a 2-2 tie with PAT; Beliveau was in goal for Triton and Walsh for Methuen in a 0-0 tie; Alex Smith wore the hat and had an assist, Max Parrazzo had 1-2-3 and Bernard McGivern two assists in Medford’s 5-3 win over Agawam, which got two goals from Jacob Stahlman; Sullivan scored twice, Veglia and Riester both had 1-1-2 and Langone lost a shutout when Dante Ceccarelli scored with 5:16 left in Lynnfield’s 4-1 win over S&S; Rachel Hamilton and No. 5 scored 1:22 apart early in a three-goal first that lifted Newton past Stoneham, 3-1; Warren had what proved to be the winner with 6:52 left, Soave scored twice and No. 7 had two assists as Waltham edged Melrose, 3-2 – Jacob Kleis and Joe Tansino with 1-1-2 apiece in the loss; Tom Doherty delivered 2-1-3, Brian McCarthy had 1-2-3, Eliot McGuire scored two goals in 57 seconds, Nick Terrip and Cam Turner both had 1-1-2 and Andy Robinson had two assists in Chelmsford’s 8-2 handling of Woburn, which got 1-1-2 from Marty Joyce; Brian Peterson scored the winner with 2:22 left and Curtis Boucher posted 1-1-2 as Greater Lowell edged Lexington/Bedford, 3-2; Kleis had 2-1-3 and Jack Mays two assists as Melrose defeated Methuen, 4-2; and Katy Turner collected 1-2-3 and Erin McLaughlin added two assists as the Wizards nipped North Andover, 3-1.
Burlington and Woburn both won twice and Salem and Peabody both had a win and a tie, the tie coming against each other. Burlington beat Masco twice by the same score, 4-3. Jacob Baumgartner (1-1-2) had the winner with 10:17 left and Dan Blase posted 2-1-3 in one win, recorded despite two goals by Kyle Reardon – and Chris Kergo scored with 5:11 left and then capped a hat trick 46 seconds later for the win, Tim Ennis with two goals and Trevor Abraham and Scott D’Attilio two assists apiece in the loss; Woburn beat Chelmsford twice. Nick Caldwell (2-1-3) scored with 3:22 left and again with 2:06 on the clock for the win and Corey Paolillo scored the other two goals as Woburn edged Chelmsford, 5-4, despite a hat trick and an assist by Kevin Quinn, 1-1-2 by Deven D’Eon and two assists by Curtis Akins – and Kelly’s second goal of the third period with 5:18 left and Crann had two assists in a 3-2 decision over the sane team; Nick Sturgess pitched a shutout and Dustin Kingsley scored midway through Salem 1-0 win over Andover; Nolan Shaw (1-1-2), Zach DeFreitas (1-1-2) and Tyler Lapham (2-1-30 scored 1:25 apart early in the third period, Matt Robson had 1-2-3, Dan Pratto also had 1-1-2 and Travis Foster two assists in Peabody’s 6-4 win over Winchester, which got 2-1-3 from Nick Ludman, 1-1-2 from Teddy Locke and two assists from Cam Snow – and Joe Goudrey’s second goal of the game, with 2:13 left gave Salem a 2-2 tie with Peabody, which went ahead on Pratto’s second goal of the game, with 5:07 left;
Dylan Cobb wore the hat and had two assist, Calvin Sainato 2-2-4 and Nick Parenti two assists in Lexington/Bedford’s 6-2 win over Wilmington; Ned Buckley had 1-1-2 and Ben Yandell lost a shutout bid when Cicciarello scored with 3:32 left in Wakefield’s 3-1 win over Reading; Morgan McGirl pitched a shutout and Ryan Murdock scored with 9:27 left to give Newburyport a 1-0 decision over Marblehead; Mike Ballin (1-1-2) scored the winner with 2:05 left and Jameson Kamm scored twice as Cape Ann edged Haverhill/Pentucket, 3-2; Joe Pascarella scored with 24 seconds left to give Everett a 2-2 tie with Malden, which got two assists from Mike Geroshko in the third period; Brittany McPherson scored the winner with 2:21 left and Emmett O’Shea had 1-1-2 as Lynn nipped Amesbury, 3-2; Brendon Patterson had 1-1-2 and Saugus stopped thre Wizards, 3-0 (coaches, a goalie for the shutout???); Joe Spinale had 1-1-2 and Andover beat Woburn, 3-1; and Nate Forbes and Griffin Lally scored late in the first period and Groton edged Haverhill/Pentucket, 2-1.
Tewksbury won twice and Melrose and North Reading both had a win and tie. Kyle Spiller scored twice and Rob Blodgett added 1-1-2 in Tewksbury’s 6-1 victory over Triton – and Ben Hogan had two assists and Tewksbury used a three-goal third-period burst to beat Medford, 5-3, despite two goals by Jacob Gesualdi and two assists by Jon Minotti; Nina Eisenberg and Bobby Brodeur both posted 2-1-3 and Liam Lynch-Galvin had 1-1-2 as Melrose topped Medford, 8-2 – and Brodeur scored with five seconds left to give Melrose a 2-2 tie with Methuen; No. 2 had the winner with 4:09 left and Sean Buckley posted two assists as North Reading pulled out a 3-2 win over Marblehead, which got both goals from Tim Kalinowski – and Joe Ferri scored with 4:00 left to give North Reading a 3-3 tie with Waltham, which got two goals from Clutz; Zachary Kane delivered 2-1-3 and Austin Collard and Mark DeVincent both also scored twice in Wakefield’s 7-3 win over Woburn, which got two goals from Charles O’Connor and two assists from Nick Campo; Aaron Dinapoli had the winner with 2:34 left and Nick McLane posted 1-1-2 as Agawam edged Malden, 4-3, -- Joe Coviello with 1-1-2 in the loss; Mike McNamara scored the winner winer with 1:15 left and Jack Ganter lost a shutout when Tommy Whittiker scored with 3:43 left as Lynnfield edged Stoneham., 2-1; Alex Papa and Jack Kilday both scored twice in Wilmington’s 4-1 win over Methuen; Josh Bollen made it 2-0 early in the second period and Kevin Morency lost a shutout bid on Luke Nawrocki’s goal with 44 seconds left in Beverly’s 2-1 decision over Andover; and Zachary Sullivan had 2-1-3, Steve Hancock also scored twice, Luke Bugler added 1-1-2 and Noah Kolesha pitched a shutout in Newburyport’s 7-0 win over Newton.
Reid Shilling wore the hat, No. 20 had 1-2-3, Peter Blunt 1-1-2 and Jack Gardner and Ryan Rogers two assists apiece as Concord-Carlisle’s 7-1 handling of Newburyport; McKayla Briggs scored with 1:22 left to give PAT a 4-3 decision over Nashoba; Sean McDonald snapped a 1-1 tie with 1:34 left, James Gill had two assists and Winthrop scored three goals in the final 5:37 for a 3-1 win over Nashoba; Colby Reardon snapped a 3-3 tie 32 seconds into the third period and Francesca Winship had 1-1-2 as Groton topped North Andover, 6-3 – Ryan Sullivan with two goals in the loss; Nick Shannon scored twice in North Reading’s 3-1 victory over Newton; Tim Edson’s second goal of the game, with 1:51 left in the second period, was the winner and Paul Murray had 1-1-2 as Lexington/Bedford edged Burlington, 3-2; Dan Zimmerman scored early in the third period to give Burlington a 2-1 decision over Nashua; and McDuff and Thompson scored 21 seconds apart early in the third period and Burns scored twice in Haverhill/Pentucket’s 5-3 win over Reading, which got two goals from Ben Westerman.
– MIKE SHALIN, firstname.lastname@example.org