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Winchester won the championship.

In a play-in game. Toby Kelleher scored twice and James Gould scored one goal and set up another in Wellesley’s 5-2 victory over Marblehead.

In the quarterfinals, Max Tong had a goal and an assist and Brett Streckenbach and Jamie Cogan shared the shutout in Winchester’s 4-0 victory over the Railers; Jakob Utter pitched a shutout and Adam Ellegood scored with 51 seconds left in the second period as Tewksbury trimmed Dorchester 2-0l Tyler Egan scored with 3:21 left in overtime to give Triton a 2-1 decision over Wellesley – Alex Monteiro forcing OT with a goal with 6:44 left in regulation; and Manny Alvarez-Segee and Joe Soaresboth posted a goal and an assist and Lynnfield/Saugus scored five goals in the first period and downed Acton-Boxboro 6-1.

In the semifinals, Cogan and Streckenbach shared another shutout and Beau Brisette scored early in the second period as Winchester edged Tewksbury 1-0; and Alvarez-Segee, who also had an assist, scored the winner with four minutes left and Danny Storella scored twice as Lynnfield/Saugus nipped Triton 5-4 – Quinn Moses and Egan with a goal and an assist apiece in the loss.

In the final, Nigro scored with 36 seconds left to give Winchester a 3-2 decision over Lynnfield/Saugus.

PLAYOFF MVPS – Jamie Cogan and Brett Streckenbach, Winchester


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NORTH AMERICAN

Dedham won the championship.

In a play-in game, Henry Butte scored two goals and set up two others and Andrew Ferreira had a goal and an assist in Belmont’s 5-2 victory over Arlington.

In the quarterfinals, Kevin Cronin scored two goals and set up another as Dedham downed Framingham 5-1; Grady Forslundscored 50 seconds into overtime to give Natick a 2-1 victory over Parkway – No. 3 forcing OT with a parkway goal with 32 seconds left in regulation; Cole Matlack scored with 44 seconds left in overtime to give Brookline a 4-3 decision over Lexington/Bedford – Tae Tow with two goals in the win and Brady Huang two goals in the loss; and Sam Hamann’s goal with 4:38 left in the second period turned out to be the winner as Triboro edged Belmont 2-1.

In the semifinals, Ryan Benoit scored twice and Cronin posted two assists as Dedham topped Triboro 4-1; and Danielle Bauerpitched a shutout and Brendan MacDonnell had a goal and an assist in Natick’s 3-0 win over Brookline.

In the title game, Trevor Doyle’s second goal of the game, snapped a 1-1 tie with 2:43 left as Dedham trimmed Natick 3-1.

PLAYOFF MVP: Trevor Doyle, Dedham

 

NORTH NATIONAL

The North Shore Vipers won the title.

In a play-in game, Noah Thorpe scored four goals and set up another and Cam Daly had two assists in Concord-Carlisle’s 5-2 victory over NH East.

In quarterfinal action, Ella Cedrone scored twice, Kaitlyn Bush had a goal and an assist, Olivia McManus posted two assists and Meg Cunningham pitched a shutout as the Vipers stopped Concord 7-0; Thorpe scored four goals, Oliver Erston had a goal and an assist and Daley two assists in Concord-Carlisle’s 7-4 victory over Newburyport – Tristan Joyce with two goals and Colby Arela goal and an assist in the loss; Jack Aborn and Jack Quinn both clicked for a goal and an assist and Marco Picano pitched a shutout in Reading’s 5-0 win over Greater Lowell; and Lauren Glaser scored four goals and Lucia DiGirolomo had two assists as the Wizards defeated Andover 5-2.

In the semis, Sammy Taber’s second goal of the game, to go with an assist, came with 3:36 left in overtime to give the Vipers a 5-4 decision over Concord-Carlisle – Thorpe with two goals and Lukas Lenkutis and Jack Francini a goal and an assist apiece in the loss; and Picano pitched another shutout and Matt Walsh scored in the first period as Reading topped the Wizards 3-0.

In the championship game, Bush scored the winner with 7:51 left and Caroline Aufiero had a goal and an assist as the Vipers edged Reading 3-2.

PLAYOFF MVPS: Kaitlyn Bush, Vipers and Noah Thorpe, Concord-Carlisle


SOUTH AMERICAN

Assabet won the title.

In a play-in game, James Burke, who also had an assist, and Alan Weitzman scored late to give Burlington a 3-2 victory over Woburn.

In the quarterfinals, Monique Lyons scored one goal and set up two others, Kiera Dempsey scored twice, Peyton Kennedy had two assists and Veronika Hedamovsky pitched a shutout as Assabet topped Haverhill/Pentucket 5-0; Kane had a goal and an assist and Singleton scored the winner in the second period as Burlington edged Chelmsford 2-1; John Jenkins scored one goal and set up two others and Tylor Roycroft and Frankie Leone both posted a goal and an assists as Wakefield topped Melrose 4-1; and Zach Spicuzza, who also had an assist, scored his second goal of the game with the winner with 58 seconds left in overtime to give Lakes Region a 4-3 decision over Masco – Evan Guerin with two goals in the loss.

In the semifinals, Morgan McGathey’s goal with 14 seconds left in the second period turned out to be the winner and Laney Harrold scored twice as Assabet edged Wakefield 4-3 – Cam Jaena with a goal and an assist in the loss; and Aidan McKenziescored four goals, Spicuzza posted a goal and an assist and Guerin two assists as Lakes Region defeated Burlington 5-2.

In the final, Hedamovsky pitched another shutout and Lyons scored twice in Assabet’s 3-0 win over Lakes.

PLAYOFF MVP: Veronika Hedamovsky, Assabet

 

SOUTH NATIONAL

Needham took home the crown.

In a play-in game, Chris Bertolini scored with 1:32 left to give Wellesley a 4-3 decision over Hyde Park – Walsh with a goal and an assist in the loss.

In the quarterfinals, Clickstein scored twice in Needham’s 4-1 victory over Cambridge; SMS edged Winchester 3-2 despite two goals by Chris McCarthyAlex Recht scored what turned out to be the winner with 10:35 left as Wellesley trimmed the Starhawks 3-1; and Lyons wore the hat and had an assist and Palmer scored one goal and set up two others in Medfield’s 6-2 win over Waltham – Alan Rose with two goals in the loss.

In the semifinals, No. 2 and Spalla scored 2:30 apart in the second period as Needham edged Medfield 2-1; and Bowen Staehlyforced overtime with 14 seconds left in regulation and Owen Blakely scored with 2:56 left in the OT to give Wellesley a 3-2 decision over SMS – Andrew Bent with both goals and Sean Scales assists on both in the loss.

In the title game, Birnbaum scored twice and Gibbons had two assists as Needham trimmed Wellesley 4-2.

PLAYOFF MVP: Birnbaum, Needham


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NORTH AMERICAN

Stoneham won the title.

In the quarterfinals, Matt Donovan scored one goal and set up another in Stoneham’s 4-2 victory over Andover – Ryan Todiscowith a goal and an assist in the loss; Owen Crann wore the hat and Jason Funaro posted a goal and an assist in Nashoba’s 5-2 victory over Winthrop; Jack Guelli scored with 3:24 left in overtime to give Cape Ann a 6-5 decision over North Reading – Drew White with a hat trick, Nick White three assists and Zach Morris a goal and an assist in the win and Andrew Dunbar two goals and Luke Wells a goal and an assist in the loss; and Griffin Carr pitched a shutout and Ryan Hayden had a goal and an assist as Wilmington downed Everett/Revere 3-0.

In the semifinals, Cam Shinnick and Conor McIntyre both scored twice and Donovan had two assists as Stoneham defeated Nashoba 4-1; and Carr pitched another shutout and Hayden scored in the first period of Wilmington’s 3-0 win over Cape Ann.

In the final, Matt Theodore pitched a shutout and Donovan scored early in Stoneham’s 2-0 victory over Wilmington.

PLAYOFF MVPS: Matt Theodore, Stoneham and Griffin Carr, Wilmington

 

NORTH NATIONAL

Newton won the championship.

In quarterfinal play, Aviv Rosenbaum’s second goal of the game capped a late rally that gave Newton a 4-2 win over South Boston; and Dom Mustone scored twice in 57 seconds in a four-goal first period and Josh McMahon had a goal and an assist in Medford’s 5-3 victory over Dorchester.

In the semifinals, Amir Jamal, who also had an assist, scored with 1:04 left to give Newton a 4-3 decision over Medford – Rosenbaum with two goals in the win and Kevin Flaherty a goal and an assist in the loss; and Stephen Fabiano wore the hat and Alex Coady pitched a shutout in Charlestown’s 6-0 victory over Needham.

In the final, Rosenbaum scored the winner with six minutes left and Jamal had two assists as Newton edged Charlestown 5-4 – Fabiano with a goal and two assists and Quinn Rockhill a goal and an assist in the loss.

PLAYOFF MVP: Aviv Rosenbaum, Newton


SOUTH AMERICAN

North Andover captured the crowd.

In play-in games, Harry Hall scored five goals, Isabella Gillis also wore the hat and Alec Morgan scored one goal and handed out two assists in Somerville’s 9-4 victory over Beverly – Sam Craveiro four goals and an assist, AJ Picano a goal and a helper and Kieran Corcoran two assists in the loss; and Chris DiMaggio posted three assists, Adam Lambert scored twice and Marcinand Keegan Doherty both had a goal and an assist in Methuen’s 8-3 triumph over Waltham – Matt Capello with two goals and an assist in the loss.

In the quarterfinals, Alessio DiBlasi pitched a shutout and Dylan Fitzpatrick ended Kayla Flynn’s shutout with 1:07 left to give North Andover a 1-0 decision over the Wizards; Noah Page pitched a shutout and DiMaggio and Hunter Marci scored 11 seconds apart in the second period as Methuen trimmed Billerica 2-0; Colin Hines scored what turned out to be the winner in a three-goal first period that sent the Railers on to a 4-1 victory over Twin City; Mike Yorba capped a hat trick with the goal that turned out to be the winner with 5:48 left and JP Allen scored one goal and set up two others as Billerica edged Methuen 6-5 – Jack Allard with two goals and Marcin a goal and an assist in the loss; and Dom Johnson and Zach Fellinger both had a goal and an assist in Somerville’s 4-1 win over Triton.

In semifinal action, Fitzpatrick and Brady Tremblay both scored twice as North Andover defeated Somerville 8-4 – Bella Gilliswith a goal and two assists, Morgan a goal and a helper and Dillon Marujo two assists in the loss; and Don Terrazzano scored two goals and set up another as Billerica topped the Railers 4-1.

In the title game, Fitzpatrick scored two goals and set up another and Trevor Chicoyne and Kayla Gibbs both had a goal and an assist in North Andover’s 6-3 victory over Billerica – Allen with two goals in the loss.

PLAYOFF MVP: Dylan Fitzpatrick, North Andover


EAST AMERICAN

Groton won the title.

Finneas McNabb and Max Caliri both scored twice, McNabb adding an assist, in Groton’s 5-1 win over Lynn; Mike Ryan scored with 52 seconds left in overtime to give Peabody a 3-2 decision over Wakefield – Brady Leonard with two assists in the win; Carter Learned scored with 3:05 left in overtime to give Reading a 2-1 victory over Agawam; and Billy Shanley scored with 26 seconds left to give NH East a 3-2 decision over North Andover.

In the semifinals, Shaun Hamill and McNabb both scored one goal and handed out two assists, Caliri had a goal and a helper and Caden Woolfrey pitched a shutout in Groton’s 4-0 win over NH East; and Tom Fratto scored twice, George Rodgers posted a goal and an assist and Matt Busick pitched a shutout in Reading’s 4-0 victory over Peabody.

In the final, Woolfrey pitched another shutout and McNabb had two goals and an assist in Groton’s 3-0 win over Reading.

PLAYOFF MVPS: Finneas McNabb and Caden Woolfrey, Groton

 

EAST NATIONAL

Belmont won the championship.

In the quarterfinals, Noah Ciccolo wore a natural hat in the second period in Belmont’s 7-1 victory over Arlington; Christian Walzel scored twice and No. 31 had a goal and an assist as Groton trimmed Natick 3-0; Trey Galvin scored what turned out to be the winner late in the first period as Acton-Boxboro topped Assabet 5-1; and Erickson wore the hat and had two assists and Tattrie had a goal and an assist in Watertown’s 6-1 victory over Newton.

In the semifinals, Ryan Nortz scored 14 seconds into overtime and Noah Ciccolo scored in the first and then set up the winner as Belmont edged Groton 2-1; and Mauricio Souza scored twice as Watertown edged Acton-Boxboro 3-2.

In the final, Ciccolo scored twice and Nortz had a goal and an assist as Belmont trimmed Watertown 3-1.

PLAYOFF MVPS: Noah Ciccolo and Ryan Nortz, Belmont

In the crossover game, Nortz scored 56 seconds into the third period as Belmont nipped Groton 2-1.


WEST AMERICAN

Danvers won the title.

In the quarterfinals, Dunham scored five goals, including a natural hat in the first period, and set up another and Louie Spychalskiand Parker Davekos both scored one goal and dished out two assists as Danvers topped Haverhill/Pentucket 7-1; Palm wore the hat and had an assist, Herlihy scored two goals and set up two others and Ruddy had a goal and an assist as S&S stopped Reading 9-1; Charlie Krayer scored what turned out to be the winner with 3:31 left, Matt Wright handed out three assists, Harry McAuliffe scored twice and Ethan Rich had a goal and an assist as Winchester got by the Edge 4-3 – Joey Raymond with a goal and an assist in the loss; and Charlie Mozina pitched a shutout and Nolan Rennie scored in the second period as NH East edged Concord 1-0.

In the semifinals, Danvers advanced past S&S; and Rennie scored the goal that forced overtime and NH East nipped Winchester 3-2 in a shootout.

In the final, Dunham scored four goals and set up another, Davekos had a goal and an assist and Covello pitched a shutout as Danvers defeated NH East 6-0.

PLAYOFF MOV: Colby Dunham, Danvers

 

WEST NATIONAL

The Railers won the championship.

In a play-in game, McHugh and Sousa both clicked for a goal and an assist as Cambridge edged Parkway 3-2 – Seamus Tattanwith a goal and a helper in the loss;

In the quarterfinals, David Joy handed out three assists, Chris Holmes scored twice and Jack Christman had two assists as the Railers topped North Central 7-1; Connor Murphy-Glaser scored twice as Framingham trimmed Cambridge 4-2; Liam Davisonhad a goal and an assist as Needham nipped Hyde Park 3-2; and O’Sullivan scored twice in Wellesley’s 3-1 victory over Lexington/Bedford.

In the semifinals, the Railer nipped Wellesley 3-2 and Wellesley got by Needham 2-1 (missing game sheets).

In the title game, Joy scored the deciding goal in a 2-1 shootout that gave the Railers a 2-1 decision over Wellesley, Chris Holmesforcing overtime with a Railers goal with 4:52 left in regulation.


CENTRAL AMERICAN

Concord-Carlisle charged all the way from the play-in round and won the title.

In play-in games, Jason Swaim pitched a shutout and Jack Flanelly scored late in the first period as Concord-Carlisle topped Brookline 2-0; and Louie Walls wore the hat and added an assist and Danielle Shutt added two assists as Framingham topped SMS 4-1.

In the quarterfinals, Noah Rosado’s second goal of the game, eight seconds into overtime, gave Concord-Carlisle a 3-2 decision over the Leafs; Hazel Hughes scored twice and Irene Mandile and Mia Williams both posted a goal and an assist as the Wizards defeated Triboro 5-3; Rowan McGowan’s second goal of the game, to go with an assist, with 3:14 left gave Acton-Boxboro a 3-2 decision over Parkway; and Finn Conneely scored two goals and set up another and Pat Cincotti pitched a shutout in Allston/Brighton’s 4-0 win over Framingham.

In the semifinals, Derek Labadini assisted on Rosado’s goal with 8:34 left and then scored with 30 seconds remaining with 30 seconds left to give Concord-Carlisle a 2-1 decision over Acton-Boxboro; and Hughes and Junior Lambert scored 19 seconds apart in the first period as the Wizards edged Allston/Brighton 2-1.

In the final, Rosado scored four goals and Labadini had a goal and an assist as Concord-Carlisle defeated the Wizards 5-1.

PLAYOFF MVP: Noah Rosado, Concord-Carlisle

 

CENTRAL NATIONAL

Greater Lowell took home the crown.

In the quarterfinals, Jacob Landry scored two goals and set up another as Lowell topped Burlington 5-1; Cole Harrington scored with 2:03 left to give Andover a 3-2 decisioon over Maine – Patrick Lee with both goals in the loss; Sean Bergin pitched a shutout and Noah Willett ended Jake O’Brien’s shutout bid with 3:53 left and gave Cape Ann a 1-0 decision over Hollis; and Giovanni Green wore the hat and had an assist and Trevor Brennan had two assists as Rochester trimmed Marblehead 5-2 – Dan Brentwith a goal and an assist and Wyatt Foley two assists in the loss.

In the semifinals, Colin Fague tied the game with 38 seconds left but Sal Damico then scored with 14 seconds remaining to give Lowell a 4-3 decision over Andover – Landry with two goals and Mark Anguin two assists in the win; and Green scored with 55 seconds left to give Rochester a 2-1 decision over Cape Ann.

In the final, Anguin scored twice, Landry had a goal and an assist and CJ Moran scored what turned out to be the winner with 10:34 left to as Lowell edged Rochester 5-4 – Green with two goals and Lucas Gregiore two assists in the loss.

PLAYOFF MVPS: Jacob Landry, Greater Lowell and Giovanni Green, Rochester.


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NORTH AMERICAN

Twin City emerged from the play-in round and won the title.

In play-in games, Josh Gauvin capped Twin City’s three-goal third period with 1:36 left in a 5-4 decision over Amesbury – Andrew St. Cyr with a goal and an assist in the win and Jack Welch and Jacob Boothroyd two goals apiece in the loss; Cam Schreiberand Omer Yahalom both scored two goals and handed out two assists and Nick Dudek delivered a goal and two assists in Needham’s 7-3 victory over Medford – Jake Nocella with two goals in the loss; Colin Lowry scored what turned out to be the winner with 55 seconds left in the second period as Triton edged Lexington/Bedford 2-1; and Calvin Zimmerman scored four goals and set up another, Jackson Burdick scored twice and Mike Fuccione two assists as Melrose defeated Shrewsbury 7-2.

In the quarterfinals, Tyler Proteau pitched a shutout in Twin City’s 6-0 victory over Concord-Carlisle; Needham pulled out a 5-4 shootout win after Jackson Kelly capped a hat trick with 1:20 left in regulation for Needham, Nick Sullivan with two assists in the win; Mike Connors and Seamus Crowley scored as Tewksbury edged Triton 2-1; and Burdick scored twice and Zimmerman had a goal and an assist as Melrose topped the NS Vipers 3-1.

In the semifinals, Jayden Ferrebee scored with 4:08 and then assisted on Owen Yeaw’s goal 1:07 later as Twin City pulled out a 3-2 decision over Tewksbury – Ryan Mackeen with both goals in the loss; and Liam Fitzmaurice capped Needham’s three-goal first period with 1:41 left and Needham went on to a 4-2 victory over Melrose – Burdick with both goals in the loss.

In the final, Proteau pitched another shutout and Yeaw scored twice in Twin City’s 3-0 victory over Needham.

PLAYOFF MVP: Tyler Proteau, Twin City


SOUTH AMERICAN

Dedham won the championship.

In a play-in game, Benjamin Luo wore the hat and Nathan Lubets scored twice in Acton-Boxboro’s 5-1 victory over Wilmington.

In the quarterfinals, Joe Fasullo pitched a shutout and Abby Keyes scored with 7:55 left as Dedham edged the Wizards 1-0; Silvia scored twice as Billerica defeated Wellesley 5-1; Cam Canoni pitched a shutout and Lou Dadra and Luke Ward scored 1:18 apart early in the second period of Natick’s 3-0 win over Waltham; Evan Harrigan scored with six seconds left in overtime to give the Railers a 4-3 decision over Acton-Boxboro – Alex Bates with three assists and Dan O’Neil two goals in the win and Ali Oliver two goals in the loss; and William Curley had two goals and two assists, Aaron Ravech wore the hat, Dhital posted two goals and an assist and Owen Stazinski pitched a shutout in Medfield’s 8-0 victory over Natick.

In the semifinals, Dedham trimmed Medfield 5-3; and Feeney scored with 4:19 left to give Billerica a 2-1 decision over the Railers.

In the final, Nolan Boyle and James Cashman scored 1:44 apart late in the second period as Dedham trimmed Billerica 3-1.

PLAYOFF MVP: Joe Fasullo, Dedham

 

SOUTH NATIONAL

NH East grabbed the title.

In quarterfinal play, Ben Richard wore the hat, snapping a 2-2 tie with 2:11 left as NH East trimmed Woburn 4-2; Sam Mankiewicz’s second goal of the game, with 2:20 left in overtime, gave Lynnfield/Saugus a 5-4 decision over North Andover – Jonathan Soares with a hat trick in the win and Nick Ottaviani two goals in the loss; Faiq scored twice in the second period and Doherty had a goal and an assist as Stoneham topped Winthrop 4-2; and Kenney scored with 6:13 left to give Newburyport a 2-1 decision over Masco.

In the semifinals, Sawyer Cronin scored one goal and handed out two assists and Truck Tellefsen had a goal and and helper in NH East’s 4-1 victory over Newburyport; and Soares and Jack Glowacz both wore hats, Soares with two assists and Glowacztwo, as Lynnfield/Saugus defeated Stoneham 6-3.

In the final, Tellefsen capped a three-goal NH East second period with a goal with 2:46 left and NH East edged Lynnfield/Saugus 3-2 – Glowacz with two goals and Soares two assists in the loss.

PLAYOFF MVPS: Truck Tellefsen, NH East and Jonathan Soares, Lynnfield/Saugus


EAST AMERICAN

North Central won the title.

In quarterfinal action, Veronica Myles pitched a shutout and Mackenzie Coleman had a goal and an assist as Assabet nipped Andover 2-0; No. 12 scored twice and Nashoba topped the Leafs 6-2 – Gannon MacLachlan with two goals in the loss; and Elijah Gonzales scored with two seconds left in overtime to give Haverhill/Pentucket a 3-2 decision over Acton-Boxboro.

In the semifinals, Dylan Stocking and Mike Lucas both scored one goal and set up another as North Central defeated Nashoba 5-2 – Tyler Olsen with two goals in the loss; and Myles came within 34 seconds of a shutout and Carissima Heinis scored what turned out to be the winner with 4:45 remaining as Assabet edged Haverhill/Pentucket 2-1.

In the final, Mackenzie Donoghue pitched a shutout and Brett Mailloux had a goal and an assist in North Central topped Assabet 3-0.

PLAYOFF MVP: Mackenzie Donoghue, North Central

 

EAST NATIONAL

Lexington/Bedford won the championship.

In the quarterfinals, Ian Rempe scored four goals and Dom Morcos scored twice as Arlington topped Reading 5-1; Jackson Durkee wore the hat and Joe DeFrancesco had two assists as Danvers topped Beverly 5-1; Avery Olsen pitched a shutout and Ella Costa scored with 16 seconds left in the second period as Cape Ann trimmed Agawam 2-0.

In the semifinals, Matt Cohen scored twice and Christian D’Agostino pitched a shutout in Lexington/Bedford’s 4-0 win over Cape Ann; and Will Crotty had a goal and an assist as Arlington trimmed Danvers 3-1.

In the final, Matt Cohen scored twice in Lexington/Bedford’s 4-1 victory over Arlington.

PLAYOFF MVP: Christian D’Agostino, Lexington/Bedford

In the crossover game, Cohen scored his second goal of the game with 5:40 left and Ryan Geany’s second goal of the game with 54 seconds remaining gave Lexington/Bedford edged North Central 5-4 – Jacob Lively with two goals in 55 seconds in the second period and Mailloux two assists in the loss.


WEST NATIONAL

SMS won the championship.

In the quarterfinals. Liam Dolan scored what turned out to be the winner in the second period as SMS trimmed Hyde Park 3-1; Jamie Binda-Dunn scored twice, Pat O’Brien had a goal and an assist, Brendan Buck posted two assists and Bronner Keoughcame within 1:47 of a shutout as Winchester downed the Edge 4-1; John Tobin wore a natural hat in the third period and had an assist and Patrick Coyne scored two goals and added an assist as Parkway trimmed North Andover 6-4 – Oliver Peterson with a hat trick and Rachel Keating two assists in the loss;

In the semifinals, Dolan handed out three assists, Charlie Van Patten scored twice and Sean Albanese had a goal and an assist as SMS defeated Winchester 5-2 – Binda-Dunn with a goal and an assist in the loss; and Erdman scored two goals and set up another and combined with Murphy for two goals in 53 seconds in the second period as Brookline downed Parkway 4-2.

In the final, Dolan scored with 4:55 left in regulation to force overtime and Vincent Polcari scored with one second remaining in the OT to give SMS a 2-1 decision over Brookline.

PLAYOFF MVP: Vincent Polcari, SMS


CENTRAL AMERICAN

Melrose captured the crown.

In the quarterfinals, Matt Powers scored two goals and set up another, Jason Pino also scored twice, Jack Kiernan had a goal and an assist and Melrose overcame five goals by John Paul Petroff and trimmed Groton 7-5; Luke Armano scored with one second left to give Methuen a 2-1 decision over Wilmington; and Aidan Brennan pitched a shutout and Dave LoCoco and Aidan Timmons scored in the first period as Wakefield topped Concord-Carlisle 2-0.

In the semifinals, Dan Dussault and Pino both scored one goal and set up another as Melrose defeated Chelmsford 6-3 – Lupoli with two goals in the loss; and Wakefield edged Methuen 1-0 in the shootout to pull out a 3-2 decision over Methuen – James Guide forcing overtime with a goal with 30 seconds left in regulation to force overtime for Methuen.

In the final, Kiernan scored twice and Braeden Shiels pitched a shutout as Melrose defeated Wakefield 4-0.

PLYOFF MVP: Braeden Shields, Melrose

 

CENTRAL NATIONAL

Cambridge won the title.

In the quarterfinals, Isaac Wederman scored five goals and Jack McManus had a goal and an assist as Cambridge topped Wellesley 6-2; Axel Nelson scored with 3:54 left in overtime to give Framingham a 2-1 decision over Lexington/Bedford – Blake Leighton coming within 1:38 of a shutout before Andy Scoville in the win; Yair Elman scored two goals and set up another and Collin Chin also scored twice as Natick topped Somerville 5-3 – Lucca Valens with two goals in the loss; and Ben Miller scored with 8:28 left to give Brookline a 1-0 decision over Brookline.

In the semifinals, Wedaman scored two goals and set up another, Tom Lewis-Bowen had a goal and an assist and Isabel Larkin pitched a shutout as Cambridge topped Natick 4-0; and Leighton pitched a shutout and Nelson scored late in the second period of Framingham’s 2-0 win over Belmont.

In the final, Wedaman scored two goals and set up another and Nick Peters and Stefano Tasso both scored one goal and added an assist as Cambridge defeated Framingham 5-1.

PLAYOFF MVP: Isaac Wedeman, Cambridge

In the crossover game, Savannah White scored twice to help Melrose to a 5-1 victory over Cambridge.

-– MIKE SHALIN, mshalin@valley-associates.com