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 Date  Time  Site  Opponent  W/L  Sc  Status
 Fri. 1/09  6:00 PM  Malden  Practice      Pending
 Fri. 1/16  6:10 PM  Burlington  at Team West  W  5-4  Completed
 Fri. 1/23  6:10 PM  Woburn  vs Team South  W  1-5  Completed
 Fri. 1/30  6:10 PM  Burlington  at Team North  L  4-6  Completed
 Fri. 2/06  6:10 PM  Burlington  vs Team West  L  4-2  Completed
 Fri. 2/13  6:10 PM  Woburn  at Team South  W  8-6  Completed
 Fri. 2/20  5:40 PM  Burlington  vs Team North  L  6-4  Completed
 Fri. 3/06  5:50 PM  Haverhill  at Team North  T  4-4  Completed
 Fri. 3/13  6:10 PM  Woburn  vs Team West  L  5-2  Completed
 Fri. 3/20  5:40 PM  Haverhill  vs Team South  W  9-12  Completed

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Mites - Week Ending February 22



Jake Costa wore the hat, Nathan Halter had a goal and an assist and Owen Bergeron two assists in Haverhill/Pentucket’s 7-1 victory over Nashoba; Brad Roach scored twice as Danvers topped Agawam, 5-2 – Evan Haughey with both goals in the loss; Brian Purcell and Chappy Holleran both scored twice in Wakefield’s 7-1 win over Melrose; Williams wore the hat as Methuen downed Nashua, 4-1; and Brandano’s second goal of the game, with 40 seconds left, gave Lynnfield/Saugus a 4-3 decision over Stoneham —Considine with two goals and Benedetto and Heffron with two assists apiece in the win and Josh Tranchina two goals and Chris Ellis 1-1-2 in the loss.


Nolan Kelleher scored four goals, Jake Tavares scored twice, Alex Behn had a goal and an assist and Callum MacDermind two assists in Belmont’s 8-2 victory over Natick, which got both goals from Jason Zagamen; Joe Brienze scored four goals and Matt Abati had 2-1-3 in Charlestown’s 9-1 win over the Outlaws; and Noah Sampson capped a hat trick with 9:50 left to give the Outlaws a 3-3 tie with Wellesley – Max Corradi with two assists for the Outlaws and Max Paladino and Adam Croke 1-1-2 apiece for Wellesley.


Waltham had a win and a tie. Colvin Callahan wore the hat, the second goal snapping a 2-2 tie with 9:17 left and Dylan McClay had 1-1-2 in a 5-2 victory over Lynnfield/Saugus – and Chris McCarthy, who also had an assist, scored with 5:47 lefty as Winchester rallied from two goals down to tie Waltham, 2-2, Callahan with both goals and Derian Campbell assists on both for Waltham;

In the other game, Brian Patterson and Ryan Pohl went for 2-1-3, Jack Sadowski had 1-2-3, Evan Spanks and Robbie Kindle both also scored twice and Evan Jones had 1-1-2 in Arlington’s big win over Needham.


Sean Rivard scored four goals and set up another, Josh Henry had a goal and two assists and Brian Delisio 1-1-2 as Danvers downed Melrose, 7-1; Alex Psichos scored four goals, Zach Kenyon dished out four assists, James Goodreau scored twice and Aidan Conway had two assists in Reading’s 7-4 win over Beverly, which got three assists from Pollock and two goals from Shepard; and Mike Arria wore the hat and had two assists and Brian Purcell posted 2-1-3 in Wakefield’s 8-2 victory over Lynnfield/Saugus.




Winthrop won twice. Petey Silerman scored six goals, four of them in the first period, in an 8-6 win over Triton, which got two goals apiece from Jan Shoemaker and Hayden Fowler and 1-1-2 from Mac Cole – and Silverman scored twice and Aiden Survilas and Isiah Branzell both posted 1-1-2 in a 6-2 victory over Melrose;

Ryan Jones and Jake Thomas both scored twice, Shane Moran had two assists and Conor Fitzpatrick pitched a shutout in Malden’s 4-0 win over Triton; and Jayden Vargas and Chase Branzell scored in the third period to give Everett/Revere a 4-3 decision over Malden, which got 1-1-2 from Thomas (No. 17).


Joey and Tyler Bourgea both wore hats, Joey with two assists, as Tewksbury downed Wilmington, 7-3; Gavin Holland wore a natural hat in the second period as Micro Ice nipped Billerica, 4-2; and Mike Cedrone pitched a shutout and Cam Feeney scoered early in the second period as Billerica edged Nashua,1-0.


Wilmington 3 had a win and a tie. Walsh scored five goals and Joyce four in a 9-6 victory over Wilmington 2, which got four goals from Chisholm and two from Gibbons – and Correia’s second goal of the game, with 4:40 left, gave Newburyport a 3-3 tie with Wilmington, which got two goals from Joyce;

In the other game, Alex Han’s second goal of the game, with 2:36 left, gave Acton-Boxboro a 6-5 decision over North Andover – William Dapkas and Jack Dunton with 1-1-2 apiece in the win and Abby Strauss a hat trick, Jack Curtin 2-1-3 and Zach Steelytwo assists in the loss.


Mike Brandano scored two goals and set up four others, Carsten Mangan scored five goals, ben Trenga also dished out four assists, Tyler Morello had 1-2-3 and Aidan White and Kevin Flaherty both posted 1-1-2 in Medford’s big win over Concord-Carlisle; and Julia Lambert scored with eight minutes left to give the Wizards a 2-1 decision over Waltham.


Alex Robbins scored with 5:07 left to give Burlington a 3-3 tie with Somerville, which had gone ahead when No. 1 scored 37 seconds before Robbins re-tied it; Jonathan Garmey wore the hat, scoring twice in the third period as Winchester nipped Burlington, 6-4 – Cam Nacan had 2-1-3 in the win and Seamas McMahon two goals in the loss; and Souza capped a hat trick with 2:43 left to give Watertown a 3-3 tie with Woburn – McNeil with two assists for Watertown.


Max Polipas wore the hat and had an assist, Nico Dischino and Cam Egirous both posted 1-2-3 and Conor Ayers 1-1-2 in Waltham’s 8-2 win over Dorchester, which got 1-1-2 from Murphy; Boyce snapped a 1-1 tie with 5:09 left as Arlington nipped Lexington, 3-1; and Hata and Solari scored 59 seconds apart early in the second period as Newton trimmed Waltham, 3-1.


Cape Ann won twice. Thatcher Schrafft delivered two goals and two assists, Charlie Terelak wore the hat, Tyler Russo also scored twice, Josh Lawlor had two assists and Jack Caputo pitched a shutout in a 7-0 victory over Lynn—and Russo wore the hat, Terelak and Colby Warren both clicked for 2-1-3 and Ella Costa had two assists in a 10-3 win over Agawam, which got two goals from Braeden Hurley;

Luke Hornstein scored four goals and set up another, Parker Pavekos also wore a hat, adding an assist, Samantha Williams dished out three assists, Evan Petriccone posted 1-1-2 and Brayden Holt had two assists as Danvers downed Beverly, 10-4 – Jonathan Mezza with a hat trick and Eddie Colpoys two assists in the loss; and Hurley scored six goals and set up another, Timmy Baker clicked for 2-1-3, Joe Coughlin had 1-1-2 and Brady Sutter two assists in Agawam’s 12-6 win over Lynn, which got a hat trick and two assists from Ryan Amirault and Braeden Ohanesian two goals in the loss.




Yianni Grammas scored twice and Jordan Medugno had two assists as Heverhill/Pentucket downed Concord-Carlisle, 3-0; Dunton had 1-1-2 and Sechman snapped a 1-1 tie with 5:09 left in the second period as Acton-Boxboro topped Tewksbury, 4-1; and Bear Tibbitt scored two third-period goals, the second with 29 seconds left to give Concord-Carlisle a 2-2 tie with Nashoba.


Waltham won twice. Jack Butler wore the hat and had two assists, M. Capello had 2-2-4, Hinckley had 1-1-2 and Chiasson pitched a shutout in a 7-0 win over Arlington – and Brendan Butler wore the hat and had an assist, Jack Butler went for 2-2-4, Chiasson had 1-2-3 and Cook 1-1-2 in an 8-3 triumph over South Boston, which got two assists from Christian Devlin;

In the other game, Tom Dolan had two goals and an assist in Belmont’s 5-2 victory over South Boston.


Lexington/Bedford won twice. No. 14 wore the hat, Will Freda had two goals and an assist, No. 15 had 1-2-3, Lucy McGaraghan posted 1-1-2 and Alex Corbett two assists in a 9-1 victory over Wilmington – and Milo Conlin scored twice and Jackson Lonczak had two assists in a 4-2 win over North Andover;

Mary Amico had two goals and two assists, Madelyn Soderquist wore a hat, Nick Byford had 2-1-3, Will Turner 1-2-3 and Dan Ferragamo and Vanessa Privitera both added 1-1-2 in Woburn’s big win over Wilmington; No. 24 scored two goals and set up three others and Desmond and Seremetis both had two assists in Burlington’s 8-2 win over Wilmington; Molly Holleran clicked for 1-2-3, Taylor Ehler scored twice, Emi Biotti had 1-1-2 and Rebecca Michaud two assists in Belmont’s 7-5 victory over Woburn, which got 2-2-4 from Byford, three assists from Ferragamo and two from Soderquist.


S&S and Newton both won twice. Riley Sobienski scored four goals and set up three others, Seamus Cullen scored four goals and set up another and Chase Russo, Ryan Frary and Jack Raymond all had two assists aas S&S downed Wakefield, 10-5, Cam DiPrizio with 2-1-3, Cash Kearney 1-2-3 and Andrew Poires 1-1-2 in the loss – and Cullen scored four goals and set up two others, Jack Raymond had four assists and No. 77 posted 2-1-3 in an 8-5 triumph over Lynnfield/Saugus, which got four goals from Braden Flanagan and two assists apiece from Lily Alves and Ben Pimental; Ryan Toma had 2-2-4 and Lucas Williams and Elijah Sullivan both clicked for 2-1-3 in Newton’s 7-3 victory over Arlington, which got assists on all three goals from David Santo a two goals from Ryan Martin – and Tereau wore a hat and had three assists, Smith wore a natural hat and Jamal had 1-1-2 in an 8-2 triumph over Natick;

Carlo DeBenedictis wore the hat and had an assist and Ryan Faiq delivered 1-1-2 in Stoneham’s 7-1 victory over Triton; Jonathan Doherty and Lukas Rainsford both scored twice in Triton’s 7-0 win over Malden; Le Verde wore the hat and Grasso’s second goal of the game, with 8:05 left, turned out to be the winner with 8:08 left as Lynnfield/Saugus edged Wakefield, 5-4 – Trevor Veilleux with all four goals in the loss; and Charlie Tingas delivered 2-1-3 in Belmont’s 4-1 victory over Natick.


Marblehead Black won twice and Marblehead Red had a win and a tie. Ryan Finn scored seven goals and Kellen Laramie four in Black’s big win over Brookline -- and McDonald scored twice in the third period and Finn had an assist in a 4-2 decision over Masco; Finn scored six goals and set up another and No, 6 had two assists in Red’s 7-2 triumph over Peabody – and Murphy, who also had an assist, scored with 1:29 left to give Dorchester a 4-4 tie with Red, Fitzgerald and No. 46 with 1-1-2 apiece for Dorchester and Finkle and Piersol two goals apiece for Red;

Finn Racki scored four goals, Armani Booth also wore a hat, Aidan Goodwin had 2-1-3 and Maggie Becker added two assists in Peabody’s 9-3 victory over the Wizards,, who got two goals from Lauren Sopp; and Jace Gangadharan scored five goals, Ames scored four goals and set up another and Etta Reed posted 1-1-2 in Brookline’s big win over Dorchester.


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



Mite - Team East
Mite - All Stars
W L T Pct
 Team North  5  2  2  0.667
 Team West  4  4  1  0.500
 Team East  4  4  1  0.500
 Team South  3  6  0  0.333

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