Wellesley won twice and Lynnfield/Saugus had a win and a tie. Kellen Sharpe scored twice in Wellesley’s 4-2 victory over Belmont – and Sharpe scored twice and Austin Lynch had two assists in a 4-1 win over Parkway; Danny Storella and Manny Alvarez-Segee both scored twice as Lynnfield/Saugus downed Andover 4-2 – and Carter Laramie scored with 25 seconds left to give Marblehead a 2-2 tie with Lynnfield/Saugus – Storella’s second goal of the game giving L/S the lead early in the third period;
Casey Kelly scored two goals and set up another and Luke O’Sullivan also scored twice in Dorchester’s 5-1 victory over Belmont; Justin Carino scored what turned out to be the winner with 8:36 left as Wakefield edged Reading 3-2; Alex Li wore the hat and had an assist, Ben Su had a goal and two assists, Dillon Kelleher three assists, Mason Holmes 1-1-2 and Luke Silverman and Greyson Henry the shutout in Acton-Boxboro’s 7-0 triumph over Newburyport; and Cole Robinson clicked for two goals and two assists, Brendan Sheedy had 2-1-3, Matvey Malinovski 1-1-2 and Robert Hauser two assists in Andover’s 7-1 win over Peabody.
In the North, Dan Tatino wore the hat and had an assist, Aidan Campbell had a goal and two assists and Brendan Campbell 1-1-2 in Watertown’s 9-1 victory over Newton; Branzell pitched a shutout and Seeley scored in the first period as Everett/Revere topped Beverly 3-0; Geena pitched a shutout and Janes scored twice as Haverhill topped Cape Ann 3-0; Jack Andy posted 2-2-4, Connor Murphy had three assists and Chris Leone two goals in Winthrop’s 6-4 win over Masco; and Logan Mulcahy scored the tying goal late in the second period and Luke Halvorsen had two assists as the Railers tied Framingham 3-3 – John Hudson with 1-1-2 for Framingham.
In the South, Jason Sousa wore the hat and Bobby Cyr and Adam Ebert both had a goal and an assist in Wilmington’s 7-2 victory over Rochester; Walsh scored with 2:40 left and Carpara, who also had an assist, then scored with 26.6 seconds left to give Hyde Park a 5-5 tie with Charlestown – Santangelo with 1-2-3 for HP and Matt Hicks a hat trick and an assist and Bobby Banks and Quinn Rockhill two assists apiece for Charlestown; and Eben Dooling handed out three assists, Cam Neary scored early and Ayden Marecka and Parker Pierre shared the shutout in Triton’s 4-0 win over Rochester.
In the East, Steve O’Malley scored twice as Dorchester downed Arlington 5-1; and Micah Moise of Cambridge and Belmont’s Wesley Zhu swapped second-period goals in a 1-1 tie.
In the West, Matt Davenport scored two goals in 36 seconds, Gannon MacLachlan also scored twice and Jacob Walsh had a goal and an assist as the Demons defeated Framingham 7-2; Charles Mercuri had two assists and Ryan Adams snapped a 1-1 tie in the second period as Chelmsford trimmed Hollis 3-1; Finn McNabb had 1-1-2 as the Crusaders downed Danvers 3-1; No. 13 wore a hat and had an assist, Tomas Baine wore a natural hat, Donovan Cassidy had 1-1-2 and No. 3 had two assists in Winthrop’s 8-4 victory over Dorchester – Splaine with 1-2-3, O’Neil two goals and Skinner 1-1-2 in the loss; Erik Dupuis wore the hat and had an assist, Cal Matthew and Hunter Barlow both posted 2-1-3, Parker Meyer scored twice, Matt McDonough, Colin Hines and Matt Luber all had 1-1-2 and Cathal Wells pitched a shutout as the Railers scored a big win over Brookline; Noah Dantucci scored two early goals and Ryan Crosby also scored twice in Reading’s 6-3 victory over the Edge – Trevor Desjardins with 1-2-3 in the loss; Cole Lambert scored four goals and Noah Page pitched a shutout in Methuen’s 5-0 win over North Reading; and Matt Minion scored what turned out to be the winner in the second period of Somerville’s 3-2 decision over Lexington/Bedford.
In the North, Jason Swaim wore the hat and had two assists, Noah Scheinerman scored one goal and handed out three assists, Ben Megan scored twice and Veehan Keswani also had two assists as Concord-Carlisle defeated Acton-Boxboro 8-2; Declan Ryan scored what turned out to be the winner in the second period as Beverly edged Everett/Revere 2-1; Mason Robson scored twice and Robbie Geswell had two assists as Burlington trimmed Cape Ann 4-2; Roddy opened the scoring and Benson pitched a shutout as S&S topped Marblehead 4-0; Ethan King scored twice and Ronan McGowan had two assists as Acton-Boxboro got by Triboro 3-1; and Jeff Alisauskas wore the hat and had an assist, Drew St. Peter scored twice and Jacob Lively posted 1-1-2 in North Central’s 7-1 win over the Railers.
The Breakers won three times in the South. Olin Pedersen and Sam Foley both scored twice, Cole Allen and Jacob Marcotte both set up two goals and Porter Krause pitched a shutout in a 7-0 win over Maine; Emmit Sullivan scored what turned out to be the winner early in the second period of a 3-1 win over the Crusaders; and Pedersen wore the hat and had an assists, Sullivan clicked for 2-2-4, Allen had 1-2-3 and Krause the shutout in a big win over Haverhill;
Cole Beauparlant and Pat Lehan (one assists) scored 15 seconds apart and Cody Vincent scored twice as Newburyport trimmed Haverhill 4-2 – Elijah Gonzales with both goals in the loss; Dan O’Neil scored twice and Dom Rossi and Gabe Rice both posted two assists as the Railers defeated SMS 6-3 – Nick Leanza with two goals in the loss; Liam Keating clicked for 2-1-3, Cam DelPrete also scored twice, Jack Baker had 1-1-2 and Max Santiago pitched a shutout as the Leafs downed Hyde Park 7-0; Luke Crenshaw’s 1-1-2 helped Wellesley past SMS 6-0; Jack O’Brien scored his second goal of the game with 3:52 left and then assisted on Derian Campbell’s goal with 26 seconds left to give Waltham a 3-2 decision over Parkway – Campbell with an assist in the win; Matt Flavin scored twice, Finnian Beams had 1-1-2 and Tim Boose two assists in Andover’s 5-1 win over Wilmington; Jackie Hanlon scored twice, No. 10 had 1-1-2 and Bobby Leydon two assists as Dorchester topped the Railers 4-1; Gavin Burke scored twice and Caden Woolfrey pitched a shutout as the Crusaders stopped Andover 4-0; and Ben Richard scored four goals, including a natural hat, and had two assists in NH East’s 9-1 win over Maine.
Reading won twice in the East. Mark Tango wore the hat and Devin Melly had two assists in a 4-2 win over Woburn – and Ethan Hardin scored twice and Jackson Calvani posted 1-1-2 in a 5-1 triumph over NH East;
In the other game, Jacob Lemery scored twice, Sherpard Howard had 1-1-2 and Erik Butts and Aiden Toy both had two assists as Southern Maine topped Winthrop 5-1.
Acton-Boxboro won twice and Wellesley had a win and a tie in the West. Konstantine Katsoulis scored four goals and Sebastian Grad and Nick Stallings both posted two assists in Acton-Boxboro’s 5-1 victory over Concord-Carlisle – and Katsoulis clicked for 2-1-3 in a 6-2 win over the Leafs, who got both goals from Josh Blalock; Spagnuolo wore the hat and had an assist, McInerney handed out two assists and Goodman pitched a shutout in Wellesley’s 5-0 win over Parkway – and McInerney, who also had an assist, scored with 4:20 left to give Wellesley a 3-3 tie with Natick – Reid Campbell with two goals and Luke Ward two assists for Natick;
Chris Vertalino wore the hat and had an assist, No. 2 clicked for two goals and two helpers and Dom Perreault also had two assists as the Railers downed Triboro 7-4 – Hayden Graham with two goals and Luke Barrett 1-1-2 in the loss; Gavin Cox had 1-1-2 as Westwood topped Needham 6-1; Ed Ulrich wore a natural hat in the first period, two of the goals 17 seconds apart, and had an assist, Steve Tasso posted 1-1-2 and No. 16 two assists as Cambridge defeated Belmont 6-3; Aedan Weller scored the winner with 3:25 left and Jack Kornbau had 1-1-2 as Framingham trimmed Methuen 4-2; Chris Lynch posted 1-2-3, Ethan Thorp scored twice and Nathan Pletta also had two assists as Concord-Carlisle trimmed the Revs 5-2 – Joe Meyer with both goals in the loss; Chris Champs and Dante Yepez scored in the first period as Wakefield downed Masco 3-1; Josh Pite scored 20 seconds into the game and that was it for the scoring as Somerville edged Natick 1-0; and D. Kastinov scored twice, T. Kastinov and Cam Enright both posted 1-1-2 and Pat Cincotti pitched a shutout as Allston/Brighton defeated Melrose 8-0.
-- MIKE SHALIN, email@example.com