BANTAMS – WEEK ENDING Sept. 23
Greater Lowell won twice. Haley and No. 26 scored late goals to give their team a 3-2 decision over Triton, Quinn Moses with both goals in the loss – and Rego and Haley both scored twice and Lavoie pitched a shutout in a 5-0 victory over Winchester;
Braeden Archambault scored with 1:01 left to give Andover a 3-2 victory over Arlington – Patrick Flanagan with two goals in the win; Alex Sandell wore the hat, Zeno Minotti had two assists and Jack Kerrigan pitched a shutout as Cambridge topped Winchester 4-0; and Grady had two goals and an assist and Farrell a goal and a helper as Waltham downed Concord 6-1.
John Yerardi wore the hat and Aidan McKinney scored twice in Framingham’s 8-3 victory over Natick – Czech with a goal and an assist in the loss; No. 38 scored twice in Newton’s 5-2 win over Billerica – Zak Pagnini with 1-1-2 in the loss; Christian Mattaliano scored twice and Kayden Miller snapped a 2-2 tie with 4:05 left as Wellesley trimmed Acton-Boxboro – Connor Nannene with both goals in the loss; Keegan Knight scored five goals and Ty Robinson posted 1-1-2 as NH East downed Wakefield 6-2 – Nick Knowles with both goals in the loss; Gaskin scored four goals and set up two others, Curtatone posted 2-2-4 and Doe and Capobianco both had 1-1-2 in Somerville’s big win over South Boston; Baker scored twice as Dorchester defeated Winthrop 4-1; Christian Harrington had a goal and two assists in Belmont’s 4-2 win over Triboro – Sam Hamaan with 1-1-2 in the loss; Danny Storella and Marcus Dennison scored 1:37 apart in the second period as Lynnfield/Saugus topped Marblehead5-2 – Shane Keough with both goals in the loss; Jonathan Rich and Ari Hain both wore natural hats and Charlie Dassau scored twice in Winthrop’s 9-1 victory over Somerville; and Nick Wesley wore the hat and had an assist, Bobby Defeo posted 2-1-3, Nick Knowles had three assists and Pat O’Neil pitched a shutout in Wakefield’s 6-0 win over Marblehead,.
Cape Ann won twice and Haverhill/Pentucket posted a win and a tie in the North. Colby Kelly wore the hat, Emerson Marshall had a goal and an assist and Clint Vieira pitched a shutout in Cape Ann’s 5-0 victory over Melrose – and Max Vieira had 1-1-2 in the first period of a 2-1 decision over the same team; Tanner Ciano scored two goals and set up two others, Cam Connerty had a goal and two assists, Keegan Kellett and Dornham both had 1-1-2 and Dylan Soucy came within 2:46 of a shutout as Haverhill/Pentucket downed Danvers 8-1 – and Jaden Mercer and Ben O’Keefe, who both also had an assist, scored 15 seconds apart late to give Tewksbury a 3-3 tie with Haverhill/Pentucket, Andrew Della Piano also with 1-1-2 for Tewksbury;
Nicolas Dispersio had a goal and an assist and Ethan Stiles had two assists as the CM Revs topped Waltham 6-0; and Stoneham and Beverly split a pair of games – Robert McAllister had 1-1-2 and Joey Collins two assists in Stoneham’s 5-2 victory over Beverly, Cam Cook with two goals in the loss; and Beverly won 6-2.
Newburyport won three times and Everett/Revere twice in the South. Jamie Brooks pitched a shutout and Mike Renaldi broke a scoreless tie with 10:12 left as Newburyport trimmed Medford 2-0; and Forrest scored two late goals and both had an assist, Wilson also scored twice as Newburyport scored four goals in the third to trim Maine 5-3, Josh Laquidera with two goals in the loss – and Jack Sullivan clicked for 1-1-2, Joyce had two assists and Brooks pitched a shutout in a 4-0 triumph over Methuen; Connor Sealy and Paul Magalhaes both scored twice in Everett/Revere’s 9-2 victory over Chelmsford – and No. 27 scored twice and Magalhaes had 1-1-2 in a 6-3 win over Charlestown, No,. 10 with 1-1-2 in the loss;
Paden May of Twin City and Nick Cotto of Dedham were in goal for a 0-0 tie; Charlie Rainville pitched a shutout and Lucas Iannicelli had a goal and an assist in Andover’s 3-0 win over Maine; Jimmy Bonasia pitched a shutout and Ben Black scored two goals in 10 seconds early in the second period of Needham’s 2-0 win over Twin City; Cole Lambert scored twice in Methuen’s 3-1 victory over Medford; Evan Taylor scored with 10:14 left to give the Railers a 2-1 decision over SMS; and Cam Soave scored twice and William Neiberger scored what turned out to be the winner with 9:42 left as Framingham edged the Revs 3-2.
Amesbury won three times and Masco and Woburn both won twice in the East. Owen Brannlley had a goal and an assist in Amesbury’s 3-1 victory over Haverhill/Pentucket; Cam Richard started a third-period rally with 8:16 left, Jack Ferrington scored 1:14 later and Gio Recupero then came through with 3:59 left as Amesbury charged past Concord 3-2 – and Richard wore the hat, Drew Genualdo scored twice and Jeremy Conlin had two assists in a 5-1 triumph over Andover; Maddie Santosousso pitched a pair of shutouts, Jake Dupuis wearing the hat and Chris Esposito had a goal and an assist in Masco’s 4-0 victory over NH East – and Logan McKenna scored in the first period of a 3-0 win over Concord; Leuzzi scored goal and handed out three assists, Welch and No. 8 both scored twice and Leydon posted 1-1-2 in Woburn’s 7-1 victory over Wakefield – and No. 8 snapped a 1-1 tie with 9:50 left in the second period of a 3-1 win over Cambridge;
Jeff Manuel had a goal and an assist in Winchester’s 4-1 victory over Wilmington; Venturelli clicked for 2-1-3 and Banks had two assists as Arlington defeated Wilmington 7-1; Ruggero Botto wore the hat as Cambridge trimmed Arlington 4-2; Zachary Gori scored with 9:59 left and Drew Barrett followed with 1:39 remaining to give Wakefield a 4-4 tie with Wellesley; Sam Elliot scored twice in North Andover’s 7-2 victory over Andover; and Cam Hegarty scored one goal and dished out three assists, Cal Dornan wore the hat, John Bishop scored twice and Tanner Ciano and Aiden Jenkins both had two assists in Haverhill/Pentucket’s 9-2 victory over Agawam.
Lexington/Bedford had a win and a tie in the West. Peter King wore the hat and had two assists, Russell LeBert also wore a hat and Ripler delivered a goal and three assists in an 8-4 win over Belmont, No. 58 with 2-1-3 in the loss – and Belmont’s Sean Noone and L/B’s Odin Choy swapped second-period goals in a 1-1 tie;
Louie Varadi had a goal and an assist in Acton-Boxboro’s 4-2 win over Billerica – Dylan Flynn with both goals in the loss; Ryan Shield scored twice and Luke Kyne pitched a shutout in Dorchester’s 4-0 victory over Brookline; James Givens came through with two goals and an assist, Mason Dean had 1-1-2 and Max Santiago pitched a shutout as the Demons downed SMS 5-0; and Max Sullivan posted 2-1-3 and Ryan Holman also scored twice in Triboro’s 5-0 victory over the Crusaders.
Cape Ann and S. Maine both won twice in the North. Mike Nocella scored the winner early in the second period as Cape Ann edged Triton 2-1 – and Justin L’Abbe pitched a shutout in a 2-0 win over the Edge; Wyatt Carpenter delivered 1-1-2, Emmit Sullivan and Logan Orr both had two assists and Porter Krause pitched a shutout in S. Maine’s 4-0 victory over Concord – and Sullivan posted 2-1-3 and Cole Allen, Brady Alexander and Dante Reali all had 1-1-2 in a 7-1 win over Lynnfield/Saugus;
Ryan Benson pitched a shutout and Zack Ryan and John Daley scored 1:13 apart early in the third period as Lynn trimmed Burlington 2-0; Riley McCann scored twice, David Joy and Dante Mazzaferro both posted 1-1-2 and Kaiden Keddy pitched a shutout as the Railers downed Nashoba 7-0; Scardino wore the hat as the Leafs topped the Railers 4-0; Anthony Miceli, Matt Maloney and No. 2 all clicked for 2-1-3, Lou Zadra also scored twice, Ryan Fay had two assists and Evan Hyman pitched a shutout in Natick’s big win over Framingham; No. 15 scored the winner and Heldenbergh had a goal and two assists as Burlington edged S&S 3-2 – Pasquale with 1-1-2 in the loss; Cody Knott and Logan Favart both posted 2-1-3, Jonah Hoisington had 1-2-3, Gavin Nicholopoulos also scored twice, Jake Samaha had two assists and Joe Hansen pitched a shutout in North Central’s big win over the CM Revs; and Babineau pitched a shutout and Boufford broke up the combined Connor Reeves/Cam Grant shutout with 1:09 left to give S&S a 1-0 decision over the Edge.
Wellesley and Beverly both won twice in the South. Ryan Harding scored the winner with 3:16 left in the second period of Wellesley’s 2-1 decision over Needham — and No. 24 and Jack Renaud scored five seconds apart early in a 4-0 win over Medfield; Zach Macdonald scored with 6:16 left and Charlie Pound then came through with 1:34 remaining to give Beverly a 2-1 victory over NH East – and Dom Tiberi scored twice and Declan Ryan had 1-1-2 in a 5-2 triumph over Winchester;
Lucas Goncalves scored twice as Allston/Brighton topped Somerville 4-2; George had two goals and an assist and Tommy McCarthy had 1-1-2 in Dorchester’s 6-0 victory over Allston/Brighton; Ryan Lake scored what turned out to be the winner in the second period as Parkway edged Dorchester 3-2; Jared Allsop wore the hat and had an assist in Medford’s 5-1 win over Everett/Revere; Mark Sun had 1-1-2 and Ryan Hayes pitched a shutout in Winchester’s 4-0 win over Wakefield; and Tom Spate scored five goals – including four straight in the first period – and Justin Hardy had a goal and an assist in Masco’s 7-3 victory over Winthrop.
Woburn, Newton and Arlington all won twice in the East. Zach Giardina scored twice in Woburn’s 4-2 victory over Lexington/Bedford, James Geany with both goals in the loss – and Peter Skafas pitched a shutout and Chris Maher and Trevor Sheehan both posted 1-1-2 in a 2-0 win over Concord-Carlisle; Paul Kazarosian wore the hat and Kobi Balsam pitched a shutout in Newton’s 5-0 triumph over Concord-Carlisle – and Jack Thurmond and Lucas Rishikof both scored twice and Noah Autor had two assists in an 8-1 victory over Melrose; Nathan Gueriavais scored with 3:32 left to give Arlington a 3-2 decision over Stoneham, Adam Church with 1-1-2 in the loss – and Joey Anderson scored two goals and handed out three assists, Dylan Walsh posted 2-1-3 and Myles Donato also scored twice in a big win over Danvers;
Xavier Delgado scored with 8:36 left in a three-goal second period that sent Lexington/Bedford past Stoneham 3-1; Max Howard had two goals and an assist in North Andover’s 5-2 win over Tewksbury; Sam Giles wore the hat, Nathan Smith posted 2-1-3, Trevor Desjardins also scored twice and Sal Pace had two assists as the Edge downed Reading 7-1; and No. 10 scored four goals and No. 6 had three assists as Danvers defeated Melrose 5-2.
Medford and Burlington both won twice and the A3 Railers had a win and a tie in the West. Dieso pitched a shutout and Jake Nocella had a goal and an assist in Medford’s 3-0 victory over Cambridge – and Jake Nocella wore the hat, Cam Vivolo had 1-1-2 and John Nocella pitched a shutout in a 6-0 triumph over Brookline; Quinn Fallon scored one goal and set up two others, Dillon O’Reilly scored twice, Jake Ferullo had two assists and Aiden McLeod pitched a shutout in Burlington’s 6-0 win over Parkway – and Billy Flett scored four goals, O’Reilly had 1-1-2 and Chris Busby pitched a shutout in a 6-0 win over Dorchester; Ty Babineau, Joe Hunt and Pat Prudhomme all had 1-1-2 and Josh Carignan pitched a shutout as the Railers downed Dorchester 6-0 – and Logan Mulcahy scored a second-period goal that gave the A3 Railers a 2-2 tie with the Revs;
Cooper pitched a shutout and Klapes and Dupont scored 59 seconds apart late in the second period as Newton topped the Renegades 2-0; Matt Murphy had 1-1-2, Ezekiel Kaven posted two assists and Brodie Davidson and Tai Dennie shared the shutout in Brookline’s 3-0 victory over Belmont; Trevor Norum was in goal for the AA2 Railers and No. 49 for Dorchester in a 0-0 tie; Ryan McEvoy scored the winner with 7:07 left to give the Leafs a 4-3 decision over Acton-Boxboro; Casey Donchowski pitched a shutout and Dom Rossi scored in the first period as the IV Railers nipped Acton-Boxboro 2-0; Lex Liebamn set up all three goals, George Darwin had 1-1-2 and No, 44 scored the tying goal in the second period as Needham tied the Crusaders 3-3; Connor Wheeler pitched a shutout and Chris Merchant scored both goals as Twin City topped Triboro 2-0; Barshstein had 2-1-3 and No. 2 posted 1-1-2 as the Revs scored four goals in the first period and downed the IV Railers 5-3 – McWilliams with a hat trick in the loss; and Mike Chevrette wore the hat, Joe Freeman had two goals and an assist, Mike Monnelly dished out three assists and Julia Chase pitched a shutout in Parkway’s 6-0 victory over Belmont.
-– MIKE SHALIN, email@example.com