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NORTH WHITE

Melrose won the title.

In quarterfinal play, Quinn Mathews (second goal of the game) and Quinn Hegarty scored 11 seconds apart in the first minute of the third period and Griffin Brady had a goal and an assist as Melrose edged Lynnfield/Saugus 4-3 – Carpenter scored twice and Zoran had a goal and an assist in the loss; Tyler Russo scored the winner with 4:29 left and Braeden Hurley scored twice as Cape Ann edged Wakefield 4-3 – Noah Servalis with two goals and an assist in the loss; Aidan Martin delivered two goals and an assist and Andrew Martin wore the hat in Wakefield’s 7-5 win over Stoneham – No. 9 with a goal and an assist in the loss; and Masco advanced.

In the semifinals, Mathews scored two goals in eight seconds late and Ward, who assisted on both, then scored 1:10 later as Melrose rallied for a 3-2 decision over Masco; and Thatcher Schrafft and Colby Warner scored 33 seconds in the third period to lead Cape Ann past Wakefield 4-3 – Russo with two goals and Jack Caputo two assists in the win and Trevor Veilleux two goals in the loss.

In the final, John Burke had a goal and an assist and Brandon Ward scored what turned out to be the winner early in the second period as Melrose edged Cape Ann 3-2.

PLAYOFF MVP: Quinn Mathews, Melrose.

SOUTH WHITE

The Wizards won the championship.

In the quarterfinal game, Dave Bosco scored twice, Cam Nacar and Tom Sheehan both posted two assists and Winchester scored two goals in 13 seconds early and three in 1:56 in the second period in a 6-4 victory over Natick – Jeff Howard with a goal and an assist in the loss.

In the semifinals, Sam Griswold scored with 3:07 left in overtime to give the Wizards a 4-3 decision over Arlington; and Nacar, who also had an assist, snapped a 2-2 tie with 8:29 left and Hadley Austin dished out two assists in Winchester’s 4-2 win over Waltham – Jack Mazur with a goal and an assist in the loss.

In the title game, Sam Griswold pitched a shutout and Brendan Losier scored the winner in a 3-2 shootout as the Wizards edged Winchester 1-0 – Macklin and O’Flynn with the shutout for Winchester.

PLAYOFF MVP: Sam Griswold, Wizards

SOUTH BLUE

South Boston won the crown.

 

In the quarterfinals, Harry Minucci scored four goals, wearing a natural hat in the third period, Ben Dearden also wore a hat and Ryan Alexander had a goal and an assist in South Boston’s 8-2 victory over Burlington; and Brendan McHugh had a goal and an assist and Tom Wyatt pitched a shutout in Needham’s 4-0 win over Belmont.

In the semifinals, Minucci scored four goals and Dearden also wore a hat, Logan LaBreck had a goal and an assist and Rocco Blasi two assists in South Boston’s 8-4 win over Lexington/Bedford – Emerson Walker with a goal and two assists and Adam O’Shaugnessey two assists in the loss; and Wyatt pitched another shutout and Jared Hughes clicked for a goal and an assist in Needham’s 3-0 triumph over Woburn.

In the title game, Dearden scored with 1:38 left in overtime to give South Boston a 5-4 decision over Needham – Minucci with two goals and an assist and Alexander 1-1-2 in the win and Duffy and Hughes two goals apiece in the loss.

PLAYOFF CO-MVPs: Harry Minucci and Ben Dearden, South Boston

CENTRAL

AAA

Hollis won the championship.

In a quarterfinal game, Jordan Medugno wore the hat and Kendall Lariviere had a goal and an assists in Haverhill/Pentucket’s 6-3 victory over Methuen.

In the semis, and Brendon Doughty scored two goals and set up another, Trevor Nogler also scored twice, Alex Gertz had a goal and an assist and Owen Murphy two assists as Hollis downed Haverhill/Pentucket 7-4 — Medugno with a goal and an assist in the loss; and Dan Gibbons snapped a 3-3 tie with 9:54 left and Nathan Caples scored twice in Wilmington’s 5-3 win over Acton-Boxboro – Matt Carolan with two goals in the loss.

In the final, Braden Landsteiner (one assist) and Jake Morowski scored third-period goals, Morowski coming through with 2:11 left to give Hollis a 3-2 decision over Wilmington.

PLAYOFF MVP: Jake Morowski, Hollis

AA

NORTH WHITE

Lynnfield/Saugus won the championship.

 

In quarterfinal action, Joey Calder scored two goals and set up another and JR Goldstein had two assists as Lynnfield/Saugus topped Marblehead 4-3 – and Poole scored twice and Walsh had a goal and an assist in Wakefield’s 6-1 victory over Peabody.

In the semifinals, Calder scored two goals and dished out an assist, Goldstein also scored twice and Ryan Keyes had two assists as Lynnfield/Saugus defeated Agawam 7-3; and Trevor D’Annolfo wore the hat, Will Twombly and William Linn both delivered a goal and two assists and Sam Sanfilippo also posted two assists in Cape Ann’s 9-2 win over Wakefield – Anny Poole with both goals in the loss.

In the final, Goldstein scored two goals and set up another and Josh Healey had two assists as Lynnfield/Saugus topped Cape Ann 4-2.

PLAYOFF MVP: JR Goldstein, Lynnfield/Saugus

NORTH BLUE

Marblehead won the crown.

In a quarterfinal game, Bobby McManus scored in the first period as Marblehead topped Lynnfield/Saugus 2-0.

In the semifinals, Bobby MacAuley and EJ Wyman both scored twice and Joe Gerace had a goal and an assist in Marblehead’s 5-1 victory over Stoneham; and Bryce Leonard delivered two goals and an assist and Joe Carpentieri scored what turned out to be the winner with 3:39 left as Stoneham edged Danvers 5-4 – Colin Freeman with two goals in the loss.

In the title game, Wyman’s fourth goal of the game and Jacob Burt’s goal came 44 seconds apart late to give Marblehead a 5-4 win over Melrose -- Tegan Kilpatrick with two goals and Cam Edwards two assists in the loss.

PLAYOFF MVP: EJ Wyman, Marblehead

SOUTH WHITE

Wellesley won the championship.

In a quarterfinal game, Aidan Reilly scored his third and fourth goals of the game 12 seconds apart late to give Wellesley a 5-4 decision over Hyde Park – Adams with two assists in the loss.

In the semifinals, Reilly scored twice in Wellesley’s 4-2 win over Parkway; and Matt DeAngelis wore the hat, Cam Doull scored twice and James Curtatone had a goal and an assist in Somerville’s 6-3 victory over the Wizards.

In the final, Cam Lynch snapped a 3-3 tie with 9:17 left and Dylan Woolsencroft delivered two goals and an assist in Wellesley’s 5-3 victory over Somerville – Chris Cassesso with two goals in the loss.

PLAYOFF MVP: Aidan Reilly, Wellesley

SOUTH BLUE

Winchester took home the title.

In quarterfinal play, Cam Sheehan scored twice and Cam Petrillo had a goal and an assists in Medford’s 7-0 win over Newton; and Cam Egirous and Nick Tosi scored early and Frankie DiGiorgio pitched a shutout as Waltham stopped Brookline 4-0.

In the semis, Caiden Brady wore the hat and Eva Fajkowski scored twice to send Winchester past Waltham 5-2 – Oliver Lasoff with both goals in the loss; and Nahn Boebel’s second and third goals of the game came late, the second with 1:12 left in regulation, and Boebel then scored with 3:30 left in overtime to give Cambridge a 4-3 decision over Medford – Anthony Madarese with a goal and an assist in the loss.

In the final, Georgia Costello and No. 16 scored early in the second period and Winchester overcame a hat trick by Boebel and edged Cambridge 4-3.

PLAYOFF MVP: Nahn Boebel, Cambridge

SOUTH RED

Natick won the championship.

In quarterfinal action, Roscoe Crema scored the winner with 7:17 left and John Snider had a goal and an assist as Arlington edged Winchester 3-2; Anthony Messiba scored two goals and set up another as Malden/East Boston nipped Woburn 3-1; and Colby Rice scored five goals and set up two others and Braden Place also had two assists in Needham’s 7-3 win over Charlestown – Erin Flaherty with a goal and an assist and Henry Pierce two assists in the loss.

In the semifinals, Brendan Howard wore the hat and Jason Danahy pitched a shutout in Natick’s 4-0 victory over Arlington; and Rice scored four goals to send Needham past Malden/East Boston 6-3 – Messina with a goal and an assist and Arnoldo Lopes two assists in the loss.

In the title game, Cullen Wilson scored the winner with 1:31 left in the second period as Natick edged Needham 2-1.

PLAYOFF CO-MVPs: Jason Danahy, Natick and Colby Rice, Needham

CENTRAL WHITE

The Wizards won the title.

In the quarterfinals, Emi Biotti scored two goals and set up another and Alexandra Mitsakis also scored twice as the Wizards topped Acton-Boxboro 5-1; Ryan Johnson wore the hat and Luke Allen scored twice in Billerica’s 5-3 win over Concord-Carlisle; Aiden Schwartz snapped a 1-1 tie with 1:47 left in the second period as North Andover downed Newburyport 4-1; and Brady Cabral wore the hat, Derek Perault scored twice and Luke Cushing had two assists in Wilmington’s 8-3 win over Chelmsford – Tom Gonsalves with two goals in the loss.

In the semis, Caroline Averill scored five goals and Biotti had a goal and an assist as the Wizards defeated North Andover 9-4 – Schwartz with two goals in the loss; and Luke Allen’s second goal of the game, with eight seconds left, gave Billerica a 6-5 decision over Wilmington – Johnson with two goals and an assist in the win and Perault a hat trick and Isaac Tavaras two assists in the loss.

In the championship game, Biotti scored five goals and set up two others, Averill scored two goals and dished out three assists and Susannah Ward posted two goals and an assist as the Wizards topped Billerica 10-4 – Johnson with two goals and an assist and Allen a goal and two assists in the loss.

PLAYOFF MVP: Emi Biotti, Wizards

CENTRAL BLUE

North Reading won the title in dramatic fashion.

In the quarterfinals, Hartley and Tian both scored twice and Cody pitched a shutout as Acton-Boxboro downed Amesbury 7-0; and Noah Cordeiro scored six goals and added two assists, Chad Vigeant had a goal and two assists and Cam Cook scored twice in Greater Lowell’s 11-4 victory over Hollis – Thurlow with two goals and an assist in the loss.

In the semifinals, Max Gulino wore the hat and had an assist and Christian Lava scored two goals and set up another in North Reading’s 8-1 win over Greater Lowell; and Molloy scored twice and Lind had a goal and an assist as Haverhill/Pentucket trimmed Acton-Boxboro 5-3 – No. 11 with two goals in the loss.

In the final, Nelson was perfect in goal and Ryan Losofo scored the only goal in the shootout as North Reading edged Haverhill/Pentucket 4-3 – Ackerman with two goals in the loss.

PLAYOFF MVP: Nelson, North Reading

CENTRAL RED

Greater Lowell won the title.

In the quarterfinals, Ethan Murphy wore a third-period hat and Ryan Nelken also wore a hat as Nashoba got by Micro Ice 7-5 – Kelleher with two goals and Welby a goal and an assist in the loss; and Guy Jackson scored four goals and set up another, Ryan Constantine had two goals and an assist and Nolan Richards a goal and an assist in Wilmington’s 9-2 win over North Andover.

In the semifinals, Noah Cordeiro scored six goals and Brayden Johnson had two assists in Lowell’s 8-3 victory over Wilmington – Nate Anderson with a goal and an assist in the loss; and Murphy and Nelken both again wore hats and Bradon Peres had two assists in Nashoba’s 7-4 triumph over the Wizards – Lexi Maia with a hat trick in the loss.

In the final, Cordeiro erupted for seven goals in Greater Lowell’s 10-2 win over Nashoba – Gillman with a goal and an assist in the loss.

PLAYOFF MVP: Noah Cordeiro, Greater Lowell

A

NORTH WHITE

Everett/Revere won the title.

In the quarterfinals, Frankie Annunziata scored five goals, Dillian McCallum also wore a hat and Nik Krakos pitched a shutout in Everett/Revere’s big win over Masco; and Alex Pasquini’s second goal of the game, with 2:59 left, gave Triton a 3-2 decision over Lynn.

In the semifinals, Annunziata and McCallum both ran up seven points and Dante Kader had a goal and an assists as Everett/Revere topped Melrose 10-4 – Anderson with two goals in the loss; and Brody Lawhorne scored four goals as Melrose defeated Triton 6-1.

In the championship game, Annunziata scored four goals and set up two others, McCallum scored twice and Krakos pitched a shutout in Everett/Revere’s 8-0 victory over Winthrop.

PLAYOFF MVP: Frankie Annunziata, Everett/Revere

NORTH BLUE

Cape Ann took home the crown.

In a quarterfinal game, Sam Curley wore the hat and Brayden Anderson and Mike Moschella both scored one goal and dished out two assists as Lynnfield/Saugus topped S&S 7-2.

In the semifinals, Ben Sperry scored two goals and set up two others, Teague Stevens also scored twice and Joe Loiacano had a goal and an assist in Cape Ann’s 8-3 victory over Lynnfield/Saugus; and Owen Trabulski scored four goals, Meredith Johnston dished out four assists, Jake Swencki scored twice and Coby Edwards had a goal and an assist in Beverly’s 8-3 win over Wakefield – Chase Collins with two goals and an assist and Jake Morris a goal and an assist in the loss.

In the final, Jacob Harris scored twice goals to help Cape Ann to a 5-1 victory over Beverly.

PLAYOFF MVP: Ben Sperry, Cape Ann

NORTH RED

Peabody won the championship.

In a quarterfinal game, Mac Crawford scored four goals, Neely Payne had two assists and Justin Young pitched a shutout in Marblehead’s 5-0 victory over Danvers.

In the semis, Daniella White, Danny Brophy and Tristan Joyce all wore hats, White with two assists and Brophy one, Anthony Peckham delivered two goals and two assists and Evan Tybinski also scored twice in Peabody’s big win over Marblehead; and Abigail Allen scored twice as Agawam trimmed Triton 3-1.

In the title game, Brophy and Cody Thibodeau both had two goals and an assist and Peckham also scored twice in Peabody’s 7-2 victory over Agawam.

PLAYOFF MVP: Danny Brophy, Peabody

SOUTH WHITE

Lexington/Bedford won the title.

In quarterfinal play, Shant Gebeyan wore the hat and handed out four assists for a 7-point game, Troy Politis also wore a hat, adding an assists, Bella Mondolfi had two goals and an assist and Alex Munoz also scored twice in Waltham’s 11-5 victory over Wellesley – Matt Silk with two assists in the loss; and Connolly delivered a goal and two assists, Hana had a goal and an assist and No. 11 two assists as Belmont got by Burlington 4-2 – Aiden Shanahan with assists on both goals in the loss.

In the semifinals, Diego Martinez scored all four goals as Lexington/Bedford downed Belmont 4-1; and Olsen snapped a 1-1 tie with 6:11 left and Mastrangelo had a goal and an assist as Natick nipped Waltham 3-1.

In the final, Jackson Lonczak pitched a shutout and Martinez scored in the second period of Lexington/Bedford’s 1-0 decision over Natick.

PLAYOFF CO-MVPs: Diego Martinez and Jackson Lonczak, Lexington/Bedford

SOUTH BLUE

Lexington/Bedford took home the crown.

In the quarterfinals, Will Siciliano scored two goals and set up another, John Campos had a goal and two assists and Alex Hughes also scored twice in Lexington/Bedford’s 6-1 win over Winchester; and Teddy Rose had two goals and an assist, Nick Kiely and Jisup Shin both posted a goal and two assists, Griffin Wood dished out three assists and Hunter Lee, Ben Mazur and Chelian Subbiah all had a goal and an assist in Waltham’s 8-3 victory over Allston/Brighton – Emmett Reen with two goals in the loss.

In the semis, Jack Holmes scored two goals and dished out four assist, Hughes delivered a goal and five assists, James Lorusso scored five goals and Aidan Connell added two assists in Lexington/Bedford’s 8-5 win over Natick – Aiden DeLiberato with two goals and Jackson Fisher a goal and an assist in the loss; and Jack Dineen scored the winner with 3:51 left and James Neff scored the other two goals as Dorchester edged Waltham 3-2 – No. 2 with both goals in the loss.

In the final, Lorusso scored two goals in 21 seconds as L/B struck for three quick goals and edged Dorchester 3-2.

PLAYOFF MVP: James Lorusso, Lexington/Bedford

SOUTH RED

Brookline won the championship.

In the quarterfinals, Seamus Henry scored five goals and Kaber Madore and Austin Reid both scored twice in Brookline’s 9-3 victory over Arlington – Partridge with a goal and an assist in the loss; Andrade wore the hat, McCauliff and Giardina both had a goal and an assist and Wheeler two assists as Watertown topped Newton 8-5 – Hilldebrand with four goals in the loss; Nick Townsend scored twice and No. 10 scored what turned out to be the winner with 6:35 left as Belmont edged Dorchester 4-3 – Neff with two goals in the loss; and Ryan McGarrell pitched a shutout and Kyle Greeley scored early in the second period as South Boston nipped Woburn 2-0.

In the semis, Henry had a goal and an assist in Brookline’s 3-1 victory over Watertown; and Greene scored two goals and set up another in South Boston’s 5-3 win over Belmont -- Will Lockwood with two goals in the loss.

In the title game, Reid came through with a goal and two assists and Henry and No. 27 both scored twice as Brookline downed South Boston 6-3 – Kyle Greeley with two goals and an assist and D. Natale a goal and an assist in the loss.

PLAYOFF MVP: Seamus Henry, Brookline

CENTRAL WHITE

The Edge roared to the title.

In a quarterfinals game, Brady Charette wore the hat, Brady Gerardi had two assists and Johnny Turner pitched a shutout as the Edge topped Chelmsford 6-0.

In the semis, No. 8 scored twice, Gerardi had a goal and an assist and Leighton Linn two assists as the Edge defeated Andover 4-3; and Billerica pulled out a shootout victory, edging Haverhill/Pentucket 3-2, No. 34 with both goals for H/P.

In the final, Rushton and Vanacourt both wore hats, Rushton with three assists and Vanacourt one, Charette scored twice and Turner pitched a shutout in the Edge’s big win over Billerica.

PLAYOFF MVP: Johnny Turner, Edge

CENTRAL BLUE

Tewksbury I won the championship.

In the quarterfinals, Tewksbury II edged Reading 2-1 in a shutout after DJ Bourque scored for Tewksbury in the second period and Nick Terra answered with 6:57 left in regulation for Reading; and Arlo Sweeney scored what turned out to be the winner with 5:15 left and Andrew Archer had two goals and an assist as Acton-Boxboro edged Concord-Carlisle 7-6 – Owen Moynihan with two goals and Evan Mackey two assists in the loss.

In the semis, Kevin Andriolo scored five goals and set up another, Jake Batts also wore a hat, adding two assists and McKean also had two assists in Tewksbury I’s 9-3 victory over Acton-Boxboro – Keaton Gaynov with two goals in the loss; and Mason Varay delivered two goals and an assist and Braden Arel had a goal and an assist as Newburyport defeated Tewksbury II 7-4 – Lincoln Crane with two goals and Jake Westhaver a goal and an assist in the loss.

In the final, Batts scored two goals and set up four others, Andriolo scored four goals and added an assist and Ben Christopher also scored twice as Tewksbury I downed Newburyport 10-4 – Graham Custin with two goals and Luke MacIsaac a goal and an assist in the loss.

PLAYOFF CO-MVPs: Kevin Andriolo and Jake Batts, Tewksbury I

CENTRAL RED

Wilmington won the title.

In the quarterfinals, Tom Sibley scored seven goals and dished out two assists, No. 43 had a goal and an assist and No. 44 two assists in Concord’s 10-7 victory over North Andover – Juliana Taylor with a hat trick and two assists and Connor Carpenter and Dan Cheslofska a goal and an assist apiece in the loss; and Kyle Sweatt and No. 10 scored second-period goals as Newton topped the Winchester Girls 4-1.

In the semifinals, Matt Dall scored five goals and Ryan Lavorato had two assists in Wilmington’s 7-3 victory over Concord-Carlisle – No. 46 with two goals and No. 7 two assists in the loss; and Ken Sikapyze had a goal and an assist and James Janulewicz had two assists in Dorchester’s 5-2 win over Newton – Franklin with both goals in the loss.

In the final, Dall scored his fourth goal of the game with 2:07 left to give Wilmington an 8-7 victory over Dorchester – Cooper Foti also wearing a hat in the win and Sikapyze with a hat trick, Janulewicz a goal and two assists and Finbar Brophy a goal and an assist in the loss.

PLAYOFF MVP: Matt Dall, Wilmington

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