Maine won twice behind a pair of Gage Tarbox 3-0 shutouts and Reading wore a pair of ties. Bradley McMaines scored in the first period of one Maine win and Max Meserve had 1-1-2 in the other; William Sullivan scored with 7:49 left to give Reading a 1-1 tie with Concord, Heath Mann with a second-period goal for Concord – and No. 17 and Kevin DeMichaelis scored 65 seconds apart in the third period and Nate Byers had 1-01-2 as Andover tied Reading 3-3;
Winchester’s Mike Santonelli and Reid Malatesta of Arlington swapped goals in a 1-1 tie; James Tatro wore the hat and Ben Rennick and Cael Kohan both had two assists in Triton’s 4-1 win over Wilmington; and Bruno Tavila scored 49 seconds into the third period to give Natick a 1-1 tie with Waltham – Jonathan Campana with a second-period goal for Waltham
South Boston won twice. Young scored midway through the first period of a 2-0 win over Belmont – and Conroy had a goal and an assist in a 2-1 decision over Chelmsford;
Nick Burns wore a natural hat and Luke Macallister had two assists in Chelmsford’s 4-1 win over Wellesley; Johnson and Bailey both posted 1-1-2 in Somerville’s 7-3 victory over Dorchester – Lee with 1-2-3 in the loss; Ryan McGann, Dan Mailhot and No. 43 all posted 1-1-2 in Wakefield’s 6-1 victory over Marblehead; Tim Mosher scored what turned out to be the winner in the second period as Triboro downed Framingham 3-1; and Liam Garcia’s second goal of the game, with 4:46 left, gave Greater Lowell a 3-3 tie with the Railers, who got all three goals from Tyler O’Neil and two assists from Connor O’Brien.
SMS won twice and Haverhill/Pentucket and Cape Ann both won a game and tied each other in the North. Colin Hogan pitched a shutout and Brandon Rsendes scored late in the first period of Cape Ann’s 2-0 victory over Hyde Park – and Kyle Hankey’s second goal of the game snapped a 2-2 tie with 6:03 left and Mike Kinzfogl scored 2:03 later in a 3-1 victory over Cambridge; Soucey pitched a shutout and Farmer posted 1-1-2 in Haverhill/Pentucket’s 3-0 victory over Stoneham; Jared Lucido scored one goal and dished out three assists and Eric Andersen scored twice in Cape Ann’s 6-3 victory over Concord-Carlisle, Reid Gekle with 1-1-2 in the loss – and Farmer, who also had an assist, scored 50 seconds into the third period and Nick Rapchuck scored 58 seconds later to give Cape Ann a 2-2 tie with Haverhill/Pentucket;
Tom Caouette scored with 1:36 left to give Lexington/Bedford a 4-3 decision over Needham – Nick Tatarczuk with two goals in the win and Rajinski two goals and an assist in the loss; Max Walsh clicked for 2-2-4, Paul Jeanetti had 2-1-3, Colby Wheeler 1-1-2 and George Chamoun the shutout in Hyde Park’s 6-0 victory over Parkway; Jonathan Parker clicked for 2-1-3, Ari Horn had 1-2-3 and Charlie Lane and Chris Ferrara both scored twice in Winthrop’s 7-1 triumph over Lynnfield/Saugus; and Luke Miller scored with 3:37 left to give Waltham a 2-1 victory over Brookline.
In the South, Brendan Carroll scored twice and RJ Ritchie pitched a shutout in Andover’s 4-0 victory over Wellesley; Mike Habib scored two late goals, the second with two seconds left to give Newburyport a 4-3 decision over Medford – Tom Bulger with 1-1-2 and Harrison Dahn two assists in the win and Finnegan and Driscoll 1-1-2 apiece in the loss; Matt Viliot and Dom Lamentea scored 2:22 apart as Melrose trimmed Nashoba 3-1; Joe Uftring scored the winner and Dave Saia had a goal and two assists as Everett/Revere edged Waltham 3-2 – No. 13 with 1-1-2 and No. 16 two assists in the loss; and Colin Sampson came within one second of a shutout and Camden Cardamone scored both goals as Newton edged Methuen 2-1.
North Reading won twice in the East. Cole Lopilato and Max Hampoian both scored twice in the first period in a 6-1 victory over Wilmington – and Jake Needham scored twice, Devan Tucker, Dean Rooney and Ryan Puglia all posted 1-1-2 and Lopilato had two assists in an 8-1 triumph over Concord 8-1;
Sam Matthews scored two goals and set up another, Mike Caruso also scored twice and Liam Crowley had 1-1-2 in Chelmsford’s 5-2 victory over Haverhill/Pentucket – Nathan Libby with both goals in the loss; McNichols snapped a 3-3 tie with 10:21 left, Kearney clicked for 1-2-3 and Jaylen Porter 1-1-2 as Dedham trimmed Lynn 5-3; Billy Johns wore the hat and Jack Mahoney pitched a shutout as the Starhawks topped the Railers 7-0; Jack Bridges wore the hat and Scott Baia pitched a shutout in Framingham’s 6-0 win over Triboro; and Cloutier and Flagg both scored twice, Conte had 1-1-2 and Twin City scored five goals in a 7:10 span late in a 6-2 victory over Acton-Boxboro.
Woburn won twice in the West, with Alyssa Wackrow pitching a pair of shutouts. Brett Abreu wore the hat and Jason Maher and Connor Welch both posted a goal and an assist in an 8-0 victory over Groton – and Bobby Mahoney posted 1-1-2 in a 3-0 win over Reading;
Graham Dalton scored the tying goal with seven seconds left in the second period and Tyler Walsh had1-1-2 as Andover tied Masco 3-3 – Cam Canniazzaro with 2-1-3 for Masco; Ben Nigro clicked for 2-1-3, Chris Olsen and Shane Broughton both posted 1-1-2 and Barni Kiss had two assists as Arlington downed the Demons 8-2; Ciaran Britton scored twice as Belmont topped Cambridge 5-2; Zach Gelinas wore the hat and had two assists, Anthony Skinacacos scored two goals in 57 seconds, Mike Vichot had two assists and Ethan Cliff pitched a shutout in Chelmsford’s 7-0 win over Lynnfield/Saugus; Jack Cotton clicked for 2-2-4 and Ethan Laraia had 2-1-3 as the Railers defeated Natick 6-2 – Logan Knapp with both goals in the loss; Dom DiStasio scored twice as Danvers topped Agawam 4-1; Myles Sherman scored with 1:23 left to give Brookline a 4-4 tie with Needham – Andrew Jaworski with two goals and Brady Lewis two assists for Brookline and Matt Beber two goals and Matt Noone 1-1-2 for Needham.
Framingham had a win and tie in the North. Mike St. Cyr scored twice in the third period of a 4-2 win over the Edge – and No. 27 scored with 6:33 left to give Triboro a 1-1 tie with Framingham, Anthony Pepi with the Framingham goal;
Sam Blackwell scored twice and Liam Hickey had a goal and an assist in North Central’s 6-2 win over Hollis; Ricky Shepard had 1-1-2 and Chris Busby pitched a shutout in Burlington’s 4-0 victory over Marblehead; Zach Shea scored what turned out to be the winner with 6:59 left as Winthrop edged Marblehead 3-2; Clifford scored what turned out to be the winner as Twin City scored all three in the first period and topped Hollis 3-1; Mikalauskis scored twice as Dorchester edged Somerville 3-2; and Matt Goetz pitched a shutout and John Todd scored twice in the first period as the Leafs downed the Edge 3-0.
Wakefield, the Railers and Starhawks all won twice in the South. Drew Barrett’s second goal of the game snapped a 2-2 tie with 7:25 left and Alex Fata had two assists in Wakefield’s 4-2 victory over Greater Lowell, Anthony Grace with 1-1-2 apiece in the loss – and Pilleri had a goal and three assists and Gori 1-2-3 in a 6-1 win over Tewksbury; Matt Reed pitched a shutout and Kyle Riel ended the Jim Kehoe/Ronan Donahue shutout bid with 3:08 left to give the Railers a 1-0 win over Melrose – and Riel scored what turned out to be the winner in the second period and Robert Isabelle had 1-1-2 in a 5-4 decision over Waltham, Matt Korbin with two goals in the loss; Nick Tomczak had a goal and two assists, Owen Cacciatore scored twice and Cullen Walsh had 1-1-2 as the Starhawks downed S&S 5-1 – and Spencer Burns and Walsh scored late goals to give the Starhawks a 3-2 victory over Medford;
Ryan Fowkes pitched a shutout and Preston Coyle scored early in the third period of Hyde Park’s 2-0 win over Acton-Boxboro; Jeff Hallinan scored twice as Beverly downed Allston/Brighton 5-2; Tyler Moh’s second goal of the game with two seconds left gave Winchester a 4-4 tie with Arlington – Jeff Manuel with the other two goals for Winchester and Kyle Brogan two goals for Arlington; and No. 4 scored with 1:43 left to give Medford a 3-2 decision over Methuen.
Everett/Revere had a win and tie in the East. Seeley scored four goals in a 5-2 win over Reading – and Bairos scored the tying goal to give Everett/Revere a 2-2 tie with Wilmington, Cam Gagnon with both goals for Wilmington;
Luke Murphy scored two goals in 21 seconds and Brett Driscoll followed 23 seconds later as Medfield downed South Boston 4-2 – Bobby Spence with two assists in the win; Will Ahearn and Tom Donovan scored 3:05 apart in the third period as South Boston edged Reading 2-1; No. 63 had 1-1-2 in Needham’s 3-1 win over Parkway; Dahlquist and Costello both scored twice and Davey posted 1-1-2 in Wilmington’s 7-2 victory over North Andover; Calum Reding and Cooper Serocki both posted 2-2-4 and Nathan Anderson pitched a shutout in Shrewsbury’s 5-0 win over SMS; and Joe Aielo, who also had an assist, scored his second goal of the game with 1:18 left to give Acton-Boxboro a 5-4 decision over the Railers – Josh Doherty with two goals in the loss.
In the West, Christian Patjane scored four goals, snapping a 3-3 tie with 8:47 left, and had an assist as Hyde Park trimmed Cambridge 5-3 – Alex Liebson with 1-1-2 in the loss; Connor Nee scored with 10:28 left to give Dorchester a 3-2 decision over Nashoba – Dean Blake with two goals in the loss; No. 20 and Dylan Carr scored 14 seconds apart in the last minute of the second period as the Edge got by Hyde Park 2-1; Dave Tuccinardi wore the hat and had two assists and Matt Kodgis posted 2-1-3 in Belmont’s 8-1 victory over Andover; Jared Simas pitched a shutout and Blake had 1-1-2 as Nashoba trimmed Andover 2-0; Aidan McDonald had 1-1-2 as Twin City edged NH East 3-2 – Mark Lucca and Sam Gosselin with 1-1-2 apiece in the loss; Nick Carlson wore a natural hat in the third period, Alex Liebson scored twice in the second period, Grant Levinson had 1-1-2 and Quinn Cousineau had two assists as Cambridge edged the Leafs 6-5 – Cam Lee with a hat trick in the loss; William Drake wore a natural hat, Dalman Corominus had 2-1-3 and Charlie Jim 1-1-2 in Newton’s 9-1 win over the Starhawks; and Kai Godhwani scored the winner with 7:09 left and Alex Peterson posted 1-1-2 as Brookline pulled out a 3-3 tie with Medford.
--MIKE SHALIN, email@example.com