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SPRING PLAYOFFS

 

MITES

 

The Mass Bay Chiefs won the title.

 

In semifinal play, Landon Schueler scored one goal and handed out three assists, Ryder McGonagle and Landon Pelletier both scored twice and Tom Pasquerella had a goal and an assist as the Chiefs overcame five goals and an assist by Anderson and a goal and an assist by Haynes in a 9-6 victory over the Gladiators; and No. 6 scored five goals and set up another and No. 5 also wore a hat, adding two assists, as the Blades topped the Americans 10-7 – Dylan Lynch with a hat trick and Anthony Zarella two goals in the loss.

 

In the championship game, Gennaro Ruggiero, who also had an assist, scored his second goal of the game with 5:54 left to give the Chiefs a 6-5 decision over the Blades – Paul Caruso with a goal and an assist in the win and No. 11 with all five goals and No. 1 three assists in the loss.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Gennaro Ruggiero, Chiefs.

 

SQUIRT NORTH

 

Warriors Logue won the crown.

 

In a quarterfinal game, Brian Bardsley scored a late regulation goal and then had the shootout winner as the Roadrunners edged the General 5-4 – Dom Melito with a goal and an assist in the win and Liam Bagnol a goal that forced overtime with 2:11 left in regulation and Julia Lambert two goals and an assist in the loss.

 

In the semifinals, Chase Pelletier wore the hat and Henry O’Connell and Van DiLorenzo both posted a goal and an assist as Warriors Logue topped the Americans 6-1; and Charlie Cooper pitched a shutout and Henry Collins scored early as Warriors Mericantante nipped the Roadrunners 2-0.

 

In the final, Vinnie Durso came within 1:51 of a shutout and Andrew Cerbone scored what turned out to be the winner with 4:11 left in the second period as Warriors Logue edged Warriors Mericantante 2-1.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Vinnie Durso, Warriors Logue.

 

SQUIRT SOUTH

 

The Redmen won the title.

 

In a quarterfinal game, Cam Lanziero wore the hat and had an assists, Cam Hatch and Owen Sovie both posted a goal and an assist and Kevin Andriolo  two assists as the Redmen downed the Islanders 5-1.

 

In the semifinals, Lanziero scored five goals, Hatch and Andrew Conroy both scored twice and Dom Parisi had two assists as the Redmen defeated the Flyers 10-4 – Matt McInnis with a goal and an assist in the loss; and Matt Costa scored five goals and Andrew Seamans had a goal and an assist in Haverhill’s 9-7 victory over the Leprechauns – Cooper Foti with a goal and three assists and Frankie Feliciano a goal and a helper in the loss.

 

In the final, Hatch set up both goals and Andriolo scored the winner with 6:39 left in a 2-1 decision over Haverhill.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Cam Lanziero, Redmen

 

SQUIRT EAST

 

The Americans won the championship.

 

In a quarterfinal game, James Donovan scored two goals and set up two others, Joey Russo and Pat Converse both also scored twice and Dave Parziale and Colin O’Keef both clicked for a goal and an assist as the Mustangs topped Warriors Madill 10-3 – Kayleigh Norton with two goals in the loss.

 

In the semis, Matt Ulmschmeider scored two goals and set up another, Lucas Hould had a goal and two assists, Connor Driscoll a goal and a helper and Mason McLean two assists in the Americans’ 8-2 victory over Warriors Griffin; and O’Keef came through with two goals and an assist, Mark Killilea scored twice and Matt Powers had two assists in the Mustangs’ 7-2 win over the Vikings.

 

In the title game, Jameson Needham wore the hat and added an assist, Ulmschmeider had a goal and an assist and No. 5 and 6 both handed out two assists as the Americans downed the Mustangs 6-2.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Matt Ulmschmeider, Americans

 

SQUIRT WEST

 

The Meerkats captured the title.

 

In the semifinals, Isabella Krokas scored two goals and dished out two assists, Zac Guelpa wore the hat and Dimitri Bretton delivered two goals and an assists in the Meerkats 9-2 victory over Warriors Kneeland; and Millett scored twice in the second period as the dragons trimmed Belmont 3-1.

 

In the final, Guelpa clicked for two goals and two assists, David Perez wore the hat, James Caruso had a goal and an assist and Bretton two assists as the Meerkats defeated the Dragons 10-2 – Rynak with both goals in the loss.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Zac Guelpa, Meerkats
 

PEEWEES

 

PEEWEE NORTH

 

Warriors Ward won the title.

 

In quarterfinal play, Darren Kim wore the hat, AJ Sangini tallied twice, Hunter Marcin posted a goal and an assist and John Croll pitched a shutout in the Misfits’ 7-0 victory over the Edge; Manchester and Wolf both had a goal and an assist and Hemman two assists as the Rangers edged Top Gun 3-2; and Giardina came through with two goals and two assists and Griffin two goals and an assists as Warriors Carlson downed the Savages 5-1.

 

In the semifinals, AJ Farese came within 29 seconds of a shutout and Rocco Mancini scored both goals in the second period as Warriors Ward nipped Warriors Carlson 2-1; and Marcin and Jack Vallorelli scored early in the second period of the Misfits’ 3-1 win over the Rangers.

 

In the title game, Farese pitched a shutout and Maddox Jacobsen scored with 7:49 left as Warriors Ward edged the Misfits 1-0.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: AJ Faresr, Warriors

 

PEEWEE SOUTH

 

Peabody won the crown.

 

In a quarterfinal game, Logan Rogers scored twice as the Rangers topped Warriors Harb 4-1.

 

In the semis, Mason Sutcliffe scored one goal and set up two others, Jayden Vargas scored twice and Ian Leonard scored what turned out to be the winner 47 seconds into the third period as Peabody trimmed the Bulldogs 5-4 – Chase Darcy with a goal and an assist in the loss; and Driscoll set up two goals and Madarese scored the winner in the third period as the Americans got by the Rangers 4-2.

 

In the championship game, Vargas scored four goals, including a natural hat trick, Brady Leonard dished out three assists and John Ogles pitched a shutout in Peabody’s 6-0 win over the Americans.

 

PEEWEE EAST

 

The DOT Chiefs took home the title.

 

In the quarterfinals, Sakratis Boosias scored twice, Zach Anderson and James Gude both had a goal and an assist and John Drew two assists in Methuen’s 5-3 victory over the Predators, who got a goal and an assist from John Tucker; and the Hornets advanced past the Vikings.

 

In the semifinals, No. 13 had a goal and an assist and the Chiefs scored three times in a 3:11 span of the first period and went on to a 4-2 victory over the Rangers, who got assists on both goals from Jack Callahan; and Marshall scored twice and Massa had a goal and an assist as Beverly downed the Hornets 5-2.

 

In the title game, Anna Bailey scored twice to help the Chiefs past Beverly 5-2.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Anna Bailey, Chiefs

 

PEEWEE WEST

 

The Americans won the title and did it in dramatic fashion.

 

In the quarterfinals, Krokos posted two goals and two assists and McNeely and No. 1 both had two goals and an assist as the NS Vipers scored a big win over the Gators, who got a goal and an assist from Nash Stickney; and the Rams advanced past the Sharks.

 

In the semifinals, Andrew Martin scored four goals and set up two others, No. 3 had four goals and an assist, Drew Godfried delivered a goal and two assists and Tim McColgan also had two assists in the Americans’ 10-4 victory over the Vipers, who got 1-1-2 apiece from McNeely, McInerney and DiZoglio; and Gellman started a rally with 8:36 left, Lee, who also had two assists, followed with 6:08 remaining and then assisted on Mantone’s winner with 1:48 on the clock as the Chiefs edged the Rams 6-5 – Murgo with two goals in the win and Meyes and Crasco two goals apiece and No. 91 1-1-2 in the loss.

 

In the final, No. 9’s fourth goal of the game, with 2:50 left in overtime, gave the Americans a 6-5 victory over the Chiefs – Martin with a goal and two assists in the win and Lee a hat trick and Mantone a goal and an assist in the loss.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Andrew Martin, Americans

 

BANTAMS

 

BANTAM SOUTH

 

The Shamrocks won the title.

 

In the quarterfinals, Gutierrez pitched a shutout and Fishlin had a goal and an assist as the Hooligans topped the Vipers 3-0; Brian Hannon wore the hat and had three assists, Max Tong and Danny Collins both posted two goals and an assist, Shane Napolintano had a goal and two assists and Shaan Porecha a goal and a helper as The Eddies topped the Falcons 11-3 – Theo Martin with two goals and an assist and Matt McHugh 1-1-2 in the loss; and the Blue Wings advanced past Warriors Kneeland.

 

In the semifinals, McIsaac and Viscione both had a goal and an assist as the Hooligans topped the Blue Wings 4-1; and the Shamrocks advanced past The Eddie.

 

In the final, Cam Wyner of the Shamrocks and Gutierrez of the Hooligans both pitched shutouts but the Shamrocks pulled out a 1-0 shootout victory.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Gutierrez, Hooligans

 

BANTAM EAST

 

The Arrows captured the title.

 

In the quarterfinals, Chris Vacca and Nick Knowles both had two goals and two assists and Nick Wesley a goal and a helper as the Arrows defeated the Edge 7-2 – Riley Abbott with both goals in the loss; Jeremy Antonio clicked for two goals and an assist and Jared Allsop had two assists as Medford downed Twice As Strong 5-2; Dave Saia wore a natural hat in the third period as Everett/Revere got by the Stars 3-1; and Mathew Donovan and Ryan Cavanaugh scored in the first period as the Americans edged the Shamrocks 2-1.

 

In the semifinals. Ryan McGann had a goal and two assists, Vacca dished out three assists and Matt Conley scored twice as the Arrows trimmed the Americans 4-2 – Kavanaugh with both goals in the loss; and Dante Massucci had a goal and an assist in Everett/Revere’s 4-2 victory over Medford.

 

In the final, Mike Pellegrino and McGann both scored two goals and set up another and Mike Leary posted 1-1-2 in the Arrows’ 6-4 triumph over Everett/Revere – Massucci with two goals in the loss.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Ryan McGann, Arrows

 

BANTAM WEST

 

The Black Knights won the title.

 

The Lancers defeated the Sabres in a play-in game.

 

In the quarterfinals. Sabetti wore the hat and had an assist and Strout posted a goal and an assist in the Knights’ 4-1 victory over the Lancers; Simpson scored twice as Woburn topped the Rangers 6-2; Brent Gallucci scored what turned out to be the winner late in the first period as Wilmington trimmed Haverhill 3-1; and Chris Leone and Eamon Vraibel both scored twice and Cam Conto had two assists as the Cobras defeated Lynn 5-2.

 

In the semifinals, Li had two goals and an assist, Choy a goal and two assist and Strout and Wiklund two goals apiece as the Knights scored a big win over Wilmington; and Leuzzi posted two goals and two assists, No. 18 also scored twice, Murphy and Helstrom scored 11 seconds apart early and Barretto pitched a shutout in Woburn’s 6-0 win over the Cobras.

 

In the final, Wiklund dished out three assists, Strout and Stagnone both scored twice and Choy had 1-1-2 in the Knight’s 5-3 victory over Woburn – the Chiefs getting two goals from Leuzzi in the loss.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Strout, Black Knights

 

MIDGETS

 

HIGH SCHOOL NORTH

 

The Lighthouses won the title.

 

In a quarterfinal game, Doucette scored two goals and set up two others and Lajoie wore the hat as the Jr. Jumbos trimmed JW Hockey 7-5 – Nick Feliciano with a goal and an assist in the loss.

 

In the semifinals, Andrew Gotts scored one goal and dished out two assists, Nate Payne scored twice and Jerry Bazile had a goal and an assist as the Lighthouses topped the Jumbos 6-1; and Campbell Pierce had a goal and an assist and Shane Mercuri scored the winner in the second period as Tewksbury edged the Lightning 2-1.

 

In the final, Gotts scored four goals and Bazile assisted on a pair as the Lighthouses defeated Tewksbury 7-1.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Andrew Gotts, Lighthouses

 

HIGH SCHOOL SOUTH

 

North Reading took home the crown.

 

In the quarterfinals, Trevor Wilson had a goal and an assist in North Reading’s 3-1 victory over the Mad Men; Trevor Gnall scored four goals and Dom Chicotelli and Garrett Barton both had two assists as the Wild downed the Hooligans 6-3 – Langley with two goals in the loss; and Simpson, who also had an assist, forced overtime with a goal with 2:30 left in regulation and Juliano then scored with 1:57 left in the OT to give the Chiefs a 4-3 decision over the Toothless Wonders – Surrette with a goal and two assists in the win and Aiden Parker and Seth Robinson 1-1-2 apiece in the loss.

 

In the semifinals, Leo Byers scored one goal and dished out two assists and Jayden Amirault scored twice as the Hornets trimmed the Chiefs 4-2 – Anderson with both goals in the loss; and Chris Eno came within 1:59 of a shutout and Colby Walsh scored what turned out to be the winner in the second period as the Wild edged Amesbury 2-1.

 

In the final, Stephen Robishaw’s second goal of the game, with 1:12 left, forced overtime and Amirault’s second goal of the game, to go with two assists, came 57 seconds into the Otto give North Reading a 5-4 decision over the Wild – Chris McCann with two assists in the win and Bartion two goals in the loss.

 

HIGH SCHOOL EAST

 

The Bears won the championship.

 

In the quarterfinals. Mike Fiorezna scored with 3:10 left in overtime to give the Bears a 4-3m decision over the North Reading Bruins – Colby Pierce with a goal and two assists in the win and Joey Robishaw two assists in the loss; Stephen Vozzella scored with 3:29 left to give Winchester a 3-2 decision over the Thrashers; Austin Pacheco wore the hat and dished out four assists, Chris DeSousa delivered a goal and three assists and Proctor, who also had an assist, scored two early goals as Somerville I downed the Catamounts 8-4 – McIntosh with two goals and Hereu two assists in the loss; and Salem advanced past Somerville II.

 

In the semifinals, Campbell Pierce’s fourth goal of the game, with 2:55 left in overtime, gave the Bears a 5-4 decision over Somerville I – Arsenault with three assists in the win and Justin Morrison a hat trick, Josh Amaral 1-1-2 and DeSousa two assists in the loss; and Jones scored 10 seconds into the overtime to give Salem a 2-1 verdict over Winchester.

 

In the final, Arsenault wore the hat, Thomas Baker had a goal and an assist and Campbell Pierce and Chance Fitzgerald both posted two assists as the Bears downed Salem 5-2.

 

PLAYOFF MVPS: Campbell Piece and Mike Arsenault, Bears

 

HIGH SCHOOL WEST

 

The Warthogs won the championship.

 

In play-in games, Cornish had a goal and an assist and Mergendahl scored what turned out to be the winner with 6:05 left as the Friars edged the Condors 3-2 – TJ Aiello with 1-1-2 in the loss; and No. 0 scored four goals as the Knights topped the Lightning 6-1;

 

In the quarterfinals, Padrick Kelly snapped 1-1 tie in the second period as the Warthogs topped the Knights 4-1; Aaron Connolly scored twice as Twice As Strong defeated the Chiefs 5-3 – Brea with 1-1-2 in the loss; Milne wore the hat and had an assist as AC Daddy’s topped the Timbers 4-2 – Jake Schumer with assists on both goals in the loss; and the DOT Chiefs advanced past the Friars.

 

In the semifinals, Connor Feeney and Andrew Kass shared the shutout and No, 19 scored twice as the Warthogs downed Daddy’s 3-0; and Donald Le scored twice and Zack Maffeo posted 1-1-2 as the Chiefs defeated Twice As Strong 5-3 – Matt Viliott with two goals and Connolly 1-1-2 in the loss.

 

In the title game, Austin Allen scored with 6:39 remaining to give the Warthogs a 2-1 decision over the Chiefs.

 

PLAYOFF MVPS: Connor Feeney and Andrew Kass, Warthogs

 

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

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