Winchester again won twice and Dorchester had a win and a tie against Belmont. Mike Nigro had two goals and an assist and Carson Muse a goal and an assist in Winchester’s 3-1 victory over the Railers – and Danny Collins, Dave Strong and Tyler Ulwick all posted a goal and an assist and Jamie Cogan and Brett Streckenbach shared the shutout in a 5-0 victory over the same team; A. Kelly and O’Malley both posted a goal and an assist in Dorchester’s 5-1 victory over Belmont – and Sean Noone scored the tying goal with 1:46 left and Henry Butte assisted on both goals as Belmont pulled out a 2-2 tie with Dorchester, Dunlap with a go-ahead goal for Dorchester with 2:52 remaining;
Josh Bradley pitched a shutout and Quinn Moses scored twice in Triton’s 3-0 victory over Marblehead; and Matt Cooke dished out three assists, Conor Cremin and Matt Doherty both scored twice and No. 20 had two assists in Tewksbury’s 4-0 victory over Wellesley.
Lexington/Bedford had a win and a tie in the North. Brady Huang scored two goals, including one that turned out to be the winner with 10:04 left in a 3-2 victory over Needham –- and Lukas Lenkutis, who also had two assists, and Noah Thorpe (2-2-4) followed with 2:46 remaining to give Concord-Carlisle a 4-4 tie with Lexington/Bedford, Chris Woo with 1-2-3 and PJ King 1-1-2 for L/B;
Ainsley Moulton pitched a shutout and Angelina DiGirolamo and Cara Mancini both posted a goal and an assist as the Wizards downed NH east 3-0; Braeden Archambault had 2-1-3 as Andover defeated Greater Lowell 6-3; Andrew D’Angelo scored the tying goal with 1:34 left, Max Aires scored one goal and set up three others and Owen Lenkauskas scored twice as Triboro tied Greater Lowell 6-6 – Mike Desmarais with two goals and Lucas Rego 1-1-2 for Lowell; Mason Fullerton, who also had an assist, scored with 54 seconds left to give Masco a 3-2 decision over NH East; and James Yunes scored two goals in 35 seconds in the third period to give Arlington a 3-3 tie with Dedham – Dylan Walsh with two assists for Arlington and Ryan Benoit two goals for Dedham.
Framingham won twice in the South. No. 1 wore the hat and had an assist, Bryston Taylor had two goals and an assist, John Hudson posted 1-1-2, Ryan Chase had two assists and James Richardson pitched a shutout in a 7-0 victory over Waltham – and Luke Arslanian had 1-1-2 and Ryder Shea two assists in a 4-1 triumph over Needham;
Dan DeFeo wore a natural hat as Woburn trimmed Winchester 3-1; Brendan Morrissey snapped a 1-1 tie with 8:07 left as SMS got by Assabet 3-1; Brady Cloutier and Colin Logan shared the shutout and Cam Plumb scored late in the first period as Concord downed Woburn 2-0; Beeker and Thibodeau both scored twice in Waltham’s 6-2 victory over Triboro – Max Sullivan with both goals in the loss; Wellesley Henry Laudano and Hyde Park’s Welter swapped goals in a 1-1 tie; Connor Cashman scored the winner with 1:27 and Andrew Courschesne had 1-1-2 as Triboro edged Hyde Park 4-3 – Dolan with two goals in the loss; Kane Brennan scored twice as Newburyport defeated Masco 6-4 – Mike Berrigan with 1-1-2 in the loss; and Darren Ackerman had 1-1-2 as Haverhill/Pentucket trimmed Winchester 3-1.
In the North, Ryan Adams and Tom Wood both scored twice and Mark Antiss clicked for a goal and an assist as Chelmsford downed Stoneham 5-1; Zarena Sawyer (two goals) and Derek Ellms scored 1:14 apart late as Cape Ann trimmed Andover 3-1; Jonathan Dillon clicked for 2-1-3, Ryan Papineau had 1-1-2 and Griffin Carr pitched a shutout in Wilmington’s 6-0 victory over Nashoba; Zac Taylor wore the hat and had an assist, Tomas Pereault also wore a hat, Mike Perachi had 1-2-3, Owen DuRoss posted two assists and Zach Badger pitched a shutout in Medfield’s 8-0 win over Everett/Revere; No. 15 scored with 2:05 left as Hyde Park got by Brookline 3-1; Pat Brophy scored with 1:38 left, assisted by Jackie Hanlon with 1:38 left and then Brophy set up Hanlon with 30 seconds remaining as Dorchester ended Mike Donahue’s shutout bid and pulled out a 2-2 tie with Winthrop; and Will Saratella had 2-1-3, Sean Concannon also scored twice and Colin Sullivan had two assists in Needham’s 7-3 victory over Dorchester.
The Wizards won twice in the South. Konijnenberg had two goals and an assist, Driscoll also scored twice, Ley and No., 24 both posted two assists and Ward pitched a shutout in a 7-0 win over Newton – and Griswold and Konijnenberg both had 1-1-2 and Mara two assists in a 5-1 triumph over Billerica;
Colin Hines scored twice as the Railers downed Billerica 4-1; Naeve Sullivan pitched a shutout and Nathan Paradis scored midway through the third period as North Andover defeated Peabody 3-0; Timmy Sullivan, who also had an assist, scored two late goals 1:38 apart to give Beverly a 4-3 decision over Triton – Cam Neary with two goals and Griffin White 1-1-2 in the loss; Roman Morelli scored four goals and added an assist, Luke Palms also wore a hat, Nathan Meschisen and Rocco Postizzi both scored twice and Alan Grebelsky pitched a shutout as the Starhawks scored a big win over Newton; Theo Skafas and Luke Wells both scored twice, Matty Young posted 1-1-2 and Vincent Pastore had two assists in North Reading’s 6-2 victory over Methuen; and Alex Gosselin and Alex Coady came within 3:16 of a shutout and Sean Leetch scored both goals in Charlestown’s 2-1 victory over Somerville.
Acton-Boxboro won twice in the East. Luke Silverman pitched a shutout and Derek Zeena scored late in the second period as Acton-Boxboro edged Winchester 1-0 – and Mike DiTullio and Zeena both scored twice and Finely Stevens pitched a shutout in a 4-0 win over Reading;
Mark Tango scored twice as Reading AA2 nipped Groton 2-1; Connie Shediac’s second goal of the game, with 2:26 left, turned out to be the winner and Harry McAuliffe had two assists as Winchester edged Reading AA1 5-4 – Allyson Sumner with two goals in the loss; Riley Bagley scored with 2:18 left to give Lynn a 3-2 decision over Danvers; Andrew Pucci and George Rodgers scored 1:25 apart in the second period as Reading AA1 nipped Andover 3-2; Sam Eichmann and Brady Cormier scored in Twin City’s 2-1 victory over Wakefield; Luke Snyder and Lilyan Blood both scored twice in NH East’s 5-2 win over Assabet; Evan Mosscrop wore the hat, scoring one goal in each period, and Finneas McNabb had two assists in Groton’s 3-1 victory over Andover; and Hogan clicked for 2-1-3 and Lavadure also scored twice as Wakefield downed Marblehead 6-4 – Jacob Aizanman and Gregg Semprucci with two goals apiece in the loss.
The Railers won twice in the West. Sean O’Doherty and Jonathan Lahue both scored twice and Brett Doherty had two assists in a 6-2 victory over Maine – and Zach Boucher and Lahue both posted 2-1-3 in a 5-1 win over Concord;
Jonathan Roth came within 1:30 of a shutout but Joey Raymond scored with 15 seconds left to give the Edge a 2-1 decision over SMS; Tyler Girouard scored the tying goal with 3:04 left in the second period and Nathan Smith scored twice as the Edge tied North Central 3-1; Chapin scored twice as Framingham defeated Maine 5-1; and Max Caliri wore the hat and had two assists, McNabb and Allie Corriere both clicked for 1-2-3 and Hans Scheibe had 1-1-2 in Groton’s 7-2 victory over SMS.
S&S and Cape Ann both won twice and Allston/Brighton and Acton-Boxboro both had a win and a tie in the Central. Pasquale wore the hat, Cooke handed out three assists and Pappalardo scored twice as S&S topped Wilmington 9-1 – and Siderisi wore the hat, Bofford scored twice and Inello and Tolosa both posted two assist in a 6-3 win over NH East, Nolan Romine with 1-1-2 in the loss; Kellan Danaher had a goal and an assist as Cape Ann trimmed Lynnfield/Saugus 4-1 – and Teagan Hurley scored the winner 49 seconds into the third period and Lily Pregent had 1-1-2 in a 3-2 decision over Hollis; Finn Conneely’s second goal of the game, with 10:50 left, gave Allston/Brighton a 2-1 decision over Framingham – and Conneely scored the tying goal with 1:46 left, Lucas Kenneally had 1-1-2 and No. 11 two assists as Allston/Brighton pulled out a 6-6 tie with Framingham, Louie Walls with a third-period natural hat and an assist, Charlie Walls 1-2-3 and Amanda Shutt two assists for Framingham; Ronan McGowan and Ron Sechman both scored four goals, McGowan adding an assist, Jack Slade had 1-2-3 and John Tucker two assists in Acton-Boxboro’s 9-3 victory over Woburn – and Jacques Mason’s second goal of the game, with 6:34 left, gave the Leafs a 2-2 tie with Acton-Boxboro, Nate Andrews with assists on both goals for A-B;
Ed Griswold snapped a 1-1 tie with 10:39 left in the second period as Wellesley trimmed Greater Lowell 3-1; Dillon O’Reilly wore the hat and had two assists, Shea McDonald and Tom Quinn both scored twice and Alec Fulciniti also had two assists as Burlington topped Arlington 7-3; Cam Abromovitch had 1-1-2 and Dom Copezzuto had two assists as Haverhill/Pentucket downed Hollis 5-1; Jacob Landry scored the tying goal with three minutes left and Sal Damico had 2-1-3 as Greater Lowell pulled out a 4-4 tie with Triboro – Alex Shenouda with two goals and Mathew Smith two assists for Triboro; Julia Lambert scored twice in the second period as the Wizards tied Shrewsbury 2-2 – Shrewsbury with both goals in the first; and Nolan Rennie posted 2-1-3 and Owen Warriner 1-2-3 in NH East’s 5-2 victory over Andover.
The Railers and Waltham both won twice in the North and Needham had a win and a tie. Jack Averka and Dan Girard scored 14 seconds apart in the second period, Alex Bates had two goals and an assist and Jacob Reed 1-1-2 as the Railers edged Everett/Revere 5-4, No. 57 with 1-1-2 in the loss – and Evan Harrigan wore the hat and had an assist, Dan O’Neil posted 1-2-3 and Girard two assists in an 8-1 triumph over Andover; Aris Stefanis scored twice and Devin Campbell had 1-1-2 in Waltham’s 4-1 win over Acton-Boxboro – and Max Bennett, Jack O’Brien and Aris Stefanis all scored twice and Laz Manzelli pitched a shutout in a 7-0 win over Woburn; Cam Schreiber scored twice and Nick Sullivan had 1-1-2 in Needham’s 3-1 win over Tewksbury – and Everett/Revere’s Hurley and Needham’s Nick Sullivan swapped goals in a 1-1 tie;
In the other game, Robby Beggan wore the hat in Tewksbury’s 5-3 win over Acton-Boxboro; Rebecca Michaud and Joe Ianelli scored in the first period as Belmont downed Brookline 4-1.
Triton and Waltham both had a win and tie in the South. Hayden Fowler and Zack Woodberry both scored twice and Charlie Jepson and Andrew Doherty both had a goal and an assist in Triton’s 6-1 victory over Newburyport – and Gavin Marengi was in goal for Triton and Trevor Rego for NH East in a 0-0 tie; Ron Ayers scored two goals and dished out three assists and Mila McGuire wore the hat in Waltham’s 7-1 victory over the Leafs – and Colman ended Joe Vanarai’s shutout with 1:23 left and giving Winchester a 1-1 tie with Waltham, Ella Curtis with a go-ahead goal for Waltham with 5:44 remaining;
Michael Zhang scored with 1:39 left to give Acton-Boxboro a 2-2 tie with Masco – Sam Wilmot with both goals for Masco; Malvese clicked for 1-2-3, O’Leary had three assists and Cloutman 1-1-2 in Medfield’s 7-1 victory over Assabet; Dylan Stocking delivered 2-1-3, Jacob Lively 1-2-3 and Maverick Aubuchon two goals in North Central’s 7-1 victory over Nashoba; Nate Chapman and Abby Keyes scored 1:29 apart early in the third period and James Cashman posted 1-2-3 as Dedham edged Wellesley 4-3 – Ryan Hollingsworth with 2-1-3 in the loss; Aiden Fortunato pitched a shutout and Brendan Giblin had 1-1-2 as Billerica downed Haverhill/Pentucket 3-0; Adam Savoie pitched a shutout, Trey Sheehy posted 1-2-3 and Nick Ottaviani 1-1-2 in North Andover’s3-0 victory over Newburyport; and Cam Canoni pitched a shutout and Cam McCarthy scored early as Natick edged Dorchester 1-0.
Beverly won twice and SMS and the Edge both won a game and tied each other in the East. Bobby Massa scored two goals and set up another in Beverly’s 4-3 victory over Cape Ann – and Jacob Bucyk and Declan Ryan scored 1:18 apart in the third period of a 3-2 decision over Melrose; Max Rothbart clicked for 2-1-3 and Eddie Gerecke and Charlie Van Patten both also scored twice as SMS downed the Edge 7-1; Emmett Chretien wore the hat, Dylan Preston had 1-1-2 and Jacob Bazdanes, Ryan Ward and Jasmine Shattuck all had two assists as the Edge defeated Wilmington 6-1 – and Sean Albanese scored with 2:21 left gave SMS a 2-2 tie with Methuen;
Jake Ryan scored five goals and set up another, Nate Thibodeau had a goal and an assist and Jackson Durkee posted two assists as Danvers downed Agawam 7-2 – Chris Burns with both goals in the loss; James Fotiades scored two goals and set up two others, Nate Evangelista and Glenn Calla both wore hats and Naomi Evangelista also had two assists in Winthrop’s 9-2 victory over Hyde Park – O’Donnell with 1-1-2 in the loss; Katie Pica had 1-1-2 as the Wizards trimmed Natick 4-1, Matt Cohen, who also had an assist, scored what turned out to be the winner 51 seconds into the third period as Lexington/Bedford edged Methuen 4-3; Erdman had 2-1-3 as Brookline topped Wellesley 3-1; Carciero clicked for 1-2-3 and Merkle scored twice as Reading stopped Winchester 7-1; Jackson Hakes scored twice and Teo Mahon had 1-1-2 in Cape Ann’s 4-1 win over Lexington/Bedford; Timmy Becker scored one goal and dished out three assists and Jacob Deinstadt wore the hat in Agawam’s 6-2 victory over Parkway; and Max Howard scored with 3:15 left to give North Andover a 2-1 decision over Wilmington.
In the West, Pratt scored twice and snapped a 1-1 tie with 24 seconds left in the first period as Brookline defeated Groton 5-1; Andrew Bonney and Lucca Alvarez both scored twice and Robbie Larkin pitched a shutout in Somerville’s 5-0 win over Chelmsford; Mike Lavelle’s second goal of the game, with 1:57 left in the game, gave Natick the winning goal in a 5-3 victory over Concord-Carlisle – Collin Chin and Yair Enman with two assists apiece in the win and Jack Bretl two goals in the loss; Axel Nelson scored one goal and set up two others and Griffin Carneiro scored twice in Framingham’s 7-3 triumph over Groton – John Paul Petroff with two goals in the loss; Lacroix pitched a shutout in Parkway’s 4-0 win over Lexington/Bedford; Hill scored twice in the third period as Chelmsford topped Framingham 4-2; and Nick Peters capped a three-goal first period by Cambridge with 22 seconds left in the period as Cambridge trimmed Wakefield 3-2.
--MIKE SHALIN, email@example.com