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 Date  Time  Site  Opponent  W/L  Sc  Status
 Sat. 9/08  12:20 PM  Pingree  at Danvers "AAA"  W  2-0  Completed
 Sun. 9/16  10:40 AM  Burlington  vs Cambridge "AAA"  W  3-9  Completed
 Sat. 9/22  5:40 PM  Kasabuski  vs Stoneham "AAA"  W  3-5  Completed
 Sat. 9/29  5:50 PM  Burlington  vs Wellesley "AAA"  W  1-6  Completed
 Sun. 9/30  8:20 AM  Burlington  vs Needham "AAA"  W  2-5  Completed
 Sun. 10/07  7:00 AM  Medford  at Medford "AAA"  W  10-0  Completed
 Sat. 10/13  2:20 PM  Burlington  vs Winthrop "AA1"  W  1-10  Completed
 Sun. 10/14  7:10 AM  Burlington  at Brookline "AAA"  W  9-2  Completed
 Sun. 10/28  12:10 PM  Endicott  at Marblehead "AAA"      Pending

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Kevin Fitzgerald and Thomas Misilo both scored twice as Dorchester trimmed Winchester 6-4 – Nolan Gannon with two goals and Greg Winn a goal and an assist in the loss; Brayden Beauregard scored twice and Carter Doherty and Ryder Francis scored 30 seconds apart in the second period of Concord’s 6-2 victory over Tewksbury; Triton and Greater Lowell tied 0-0; Joey Russo scored two goals and dished out four assists, Dave Dunham posted 2-2-4, Hunter Slye had a goal and three assists and James Dunham wore the hat in Andover’s big win over Triton; Chase LeBlanc scored four goals and Dylan Burke had 1-1-2 in Waltham’s 8-1 triumph over the Railers; and Cam Bennett and Cole Robertson both scored twice in Woburn’s 8-0 win over Lowell.

 

AAA

 

Arlington won twice in the North. John Paul Messuri and Will Mahoney both scored twice, Messuri adding an assist, in a 7-1 victory over Newton – and Mahoney scored twice and Seamus Sullivan and Cam Deasy both posted 1-1-2 in an 8-1 win over Belmont;

 

Jack Melly’s second goal of the game, with 1:05 left, gave Reading a 3-2 decision over Wakefield – Nicholas Ferullo with two assists in the win and Sam Satori both goals in the loss; No. 37, Mike Rowan and Dan Antonellis scored in a 2:41 span of the first period as Belmont downed Lexington/Bedford 5-2; Mike Marenghi pitched a shutout and Joe Sasso scored late in the first period of Wakefield’s 3-0 win over Newton; Sienna Glass scored twice as the Wizards topped Marblehead 5-1; and Stephen Russell scored his fourth goal of the game with nine seconds left to give Parkway a 6-5 victory over Framingham – Nolan Rowley with 1-1-2 in the win and Adam Kornbau 2-1-3 and Andrew Miller two goals in the loss,

 

Cambridge, Burlington, Stoneham and Danvers all won twice in the South. Hunter Barone scored seven goals and set up another, No. 14 posted 2-1-3 and Joel Perez 1-1-22 as Cambridge downed Melrose 10-3, Brody Lawhorne with 2-1-3 and John Recinito 1-1-2 in the loss – and Barone scored four goals, Joel Perez also wore a hat and Tate Schoenau scored twice in a 10-3 win over Brookline; James Gordon, Gavin Petrone and Dan Hanafin all scored twice in Burlington’s 6-1 victory over Wellesley – and Gordon and Hanafin both clicked for 1-1-2 in a 5-2 win over Needham, LaValle with both goals in the loss; No. 24 and Dylan Krasco scored 24 seconds apart in the third period to give Stoneham a 5-3 victory over Medford, Casen Barnaby with 1-1-2 in the win and Bautista two goals in the loss – and Krasco, who also had an assist, scored the winner with three minutes left, Mike Millett had a goal and two assists and Bryce Leonard two goals as Stoneham edged Brookline 6-5, No. 48 with 1-1-2 in the loss; Owen Swanton had two goals and an assist, Max Parent had 1-1-2 and Piper Davekos pitched a shutout as Danvers defeated Methuen 7-0 – and Davekos pitched another shutout and Chase Horenstein wore the hat in a 5-0 win over North Andover;

 

Aiden Tibbetts scored all four goals as Rochester edged Billerica 4-3 – Grace Collins with two goals in the loss; Lynn clicked for 2-1-3 and Bartniski had 1-1-2 in NH East’s 5-2 victory over Rochester, Tibbetts with both goals in the loss; Keene wore the hat and Patey scored twice in Needham’s 8-3 triumph over Melrose – Recinito with 1-1-2 in the loss; Nolan Solemina scored four goals and Matteo Gentile had a goal and two assists in Methuen’s 7-1 victory over Wilmington; and Wes Ackerman wore the hat and had an assist, Jack Kelley and Noah Meyer both posted two goals and an assist and Camden Leblanc pitched a shutout in Haverhill/Pentucket’s big win over Wilmington.

 

AA

 

Triboro and the Revolution both won a game and also tied each other in the North. Aidan Cashman wore the hat and Adam Homer pitched a shutout in a 6-0 win over S&S; the Revs nipped Andover 3-1 – and Jackson Kelley scored with 8:27 left to give Triboro a 3-3 tie with the Revs;

 

Baldwin wore the hat, D’Angelo delivered two goals and an assist, Lasch also scored twice and Murray had 1-1-2 as the Advantage scored a big win over the Americans; Mike D’Ambrosio scored two goals and set up two others, Dylan Fife had 2-1-3, Paul Ferrera 1-2-3 and Tony Bordonaro two goals in Winthrop’s 8-4 victory over Cape Ann – William Linn with 1-1-2 in the loss; Sean Foster scored what turned out to be the winner with 10:56 left to give Andover a 5-4 decision over Masco – Dom Melito with a hat trick in the loss; Charlie Scott scored with 3:03 left and then came through again with 27 seconds remaining to give North Reading a 4-3 decision over S&S; Aegis Barros wore the hat, Anthony Polcaro posted 2-1-3 and Henry Richardson-Irvin 1-2-3 as the Crusaders topped Framingham 8-2; and Tommy McKenna clicked for 2-2-4, Chris Bono, Peter Barker and Tyler Martinez all also scored twice and Canyon Cochran had 1-1-2 in Concord-Carlisle’s 9-1 victory over Natick.

 

Woburn, Dorchester and Charlestown all won twice in the South. Kyle Silva wore the hat and Brayden Paradis scored twice in Woburn’s 8-1 victory over Arlington – and Eryn Maher pitched a shutout and Logan Odabashian had 1-1-2 in a 3-0 win over Allston/Brighton; Quinn Taylor wore the hat and had an assist and Brendan Donahue had two goals and two assists in Dorchester’s big win over Reading – and John Dasey scored what turned out to be the winner with 47 seconds left in the second period of a 6-3 triumph over Lynn; Charlestown downed Allston/Brighton 9-3, No. 9 with two goals in the loss –- and Erin Flaherty tied the game with 2:13 left and Will Sutton then came through with 1:04 on the clock to give Charlestown a 4-3 decision over Somerville, Nathan Mainey with the other two goals in the win and No. 12 two goals in the loss;

 

James Curtatone scored five goals and set up another, Ronan Gauthier had two goals and two assists and Chris Ferlito two assists in Somerville’s 8-2 victory over Reading; Eric Gentile scored what proved to be the winner in the second period and Watertown edged Brookline 3-2; Cam Brown scored one goal and handed out three assists, Cam Stevens scored twice and Liam Nelson posted 1-1-2 as Parkway trimmed Lexington/Bedford 6-4 –- Franz Schroeder with 1-2-3 and James Collins 1-1-2 in the loss; Adrian Daigle, who also had an assist, scored what turned out to be the winner with 6:42 left and Noah Pollock posted 1-1-2 as Wellesley edged Medfield 3-2 – Brayden Gordon with 1-1-2 in the loss; Tom Morris capped a hat trick with 10:08 left and Jack Giardina then followed with the winner with 6:51 remaining to give Hyde Park a 4-3 decision over Waltham – Bobby Ferguson with assists on all three goals in the loss; and Dylan Sweeney scored four goals, Jake Kennedy posted 2-1-3 and Carter Houseman also scored twice in Arlington’s big win over Wilmington.

 

In the East, Riley Schneller scored four goals as Natick topped the Edge 6-3; Paul Smith scored five goals, Cole Mackinnon scored twice and Shane McEachern had two assists as Lynnfield/Saugus topped Everett/Revere 9-3 – Isabella Krokos with two goals and James Caruso two assists in the loss; Pat Quill scored two goals and handed out three assists, Dan Driscoll posted 2-2-4, No. 2 had 2-1-3, No. 24 also scored twice and McCabe had two assists in Winchester’s big win over Melrose; No. 6 clicked for 1-2-3 and Gabe Marra scored twice in Marblehead’s 9-3 win over Assabet; Drew Powell scored with 5:51 left to give the Railers a 6-5 decision over SMS; Miles Sullivan wore the hat and had an assist, Evan Yagodzinski also wore a hat and Jack West scored twice in Acton-Boxboro’s 8-3 win over Triboro – Kaden Chen with 1-1-2 in the loss; Caruso wore the hat and Krokos posted 2-1-3 in Everett/Revere’s 7-5 victory over Assabet – Ava Souza and Camden Grant with two goals apiece and Grace Munroe 1-1-2 in the loss; No. 88 wore the hat and Evan Walker scored twice as Twin City downed Melrose 6-3 – Douglas Connor with 2-1-3 in the loss; Alyssa Norden and Brendan McKenna (second goal of the game) scored 20 seconds apart in the third period to give Peabody a 4-2 win over Marblehead – Carter with 1-1-2 in the loss; and Knopf wore the hat, two of the goals 13 seconds apart, Thompson scored twice, Bent and Edwards had 1-1-2 apiece, Carnes two assists and Kuzin the shutout as SMS scored a big win over the Edge.

 

Acton-Boxboro and Wellesley both won twice in the West. Bobiak wore the hat and had an assist, Park handed out three helpers, Napolitano posted 1-1-2 and Tucker pitched a shutout in Acton-Boxboro’s 6-0 victory over Nashoba – and Xu scored the winner with 10:03 left and C. Logan had two assists in a 3-1 win over NH East; Williams scored four goals, including a natural hat in the first period, and set up another and McDonough dished out three assists in Wellesley’s 6-2 triumph over Newton – and Cai wore a natural hat, Carlisle scored twice, Gustafson and Greene both had two assists and Campbell pitched a shutout in an 8-0 win over Belmont;

 

James Gildea woe the hat, Noah Abdat scored twice and Vinny Durso had a goal and an assist in Andover’s 11-3 victory over Haverhill/Pentucket – Pete Grillo with two goals in the loss; Jack Santorelli scored with 9:32 left as Lexington/Bedford trimmed North Central 2-0; Luke MacIsaac wore the hat, Jagger Gudaitis had 1-2-3, Owen Mongeau scored twice, Riley Freeman posted two assists and Ella Puleo the shutout in Newburyport’s big win over NH East; Richard Morrison, who also had an assist, scored the tying goal with 1:43 left and Brendan Mullowney and Jacob Master both clicked for 1-1-2 as Newton tied Medford 5-5 – Rowan Maywalt with a hat trick and Mark Killilea the other two goals for Medford; No. 14 posted 2-1-3 and Mayo also scored twice as Concord downed Tewksbury 6-2; Seremeitis pitched a shutout and Steinea scored late in the first period as Burlington topped Wakefield 2-0; and Alistair Dattoli had two goals and two assists, Ella McDonald posted 1-2-3 and Mike O’Brien and Brett Daniels both scored twice in Winchester’s 8-2 win over Wakefield – Scarpello with two goals in the loss.

 

Stoneham won twice in the Central. Jason Puopolo scored one goal and handed out three assists, Jack Thompson and Robert Wallace both had two goals and an assist, Tom Bonner had 1-2-3 and Adam Girard also scored twice in Stoneham’s 8-1 victory over Winchester – and Noah Minsk had 1-1-2 as Stoneham stopped North Andover 6-1; Matty Martisaukas scored four goals, Liam Kelsch had a goal and two assists and Luke Marino scored twice in Beverly’s 8-0 triumph over Winchester – and Kelsch wore a natural hat, Martisaukas had 1-1-2 and Bryce Doherty pitched a shutout in a 5-0 win over Danvers;

 

Anthony Lohan scored what turned out to be the winner early in the second period as Dorchester trimmed Lexington/Bedford 3-1; McKenna scored the winner with 5:25 left and Huber wore the hat as Acton-Boxboro edged Waltham 4-3 – Nick Kiely with two goals in the loss; Eli Scott erupted for eight goals, Jake Ford posted 1-2-3 and Alex Chen had three assists in Andover’s big win over Wilmington; and Alexandra Herbert wore the hat and had an assist and Zach Bateman had 2-1-3 in Reading’s 9-1 victory over Winthrop.

 

A

 

Billerica, SMS and Amesbury all won twice in the North. Luis Fernandez scored five goals and set up two others, Joey Falzone handed out five assists and Angelina Caterino had a goal and two assists in Billerica’s 9-6 victory over Andover, Isabel Previte with 2-1-3, Ashley Caiazzo and Leah Kivelhan 1-1-2 apiece and No. 49 two assists in the loss – and Fernandez wore the hat and had an assist and Caterino 1-2-3 in an 8-0 victory over Methuen; Mayock wore the hat and had an assist, No. 7 posted 2-2-4 and Simonds also scored twice as SMS scored a big win over Medfield – and Mayock scored four goals in a 6-3 victory over the Revs; Puerro scored five goals, Murphy scored one goal and handed out three assists, No. 52 wore the hat, Pouliot and Noyes both scored twice and Gaeta pitched a shutout in Amesbury’s big win over Andover – and McEleney clicked for 2-2-4, Pouliot wore the hat, Guertin scored twice and Donahue had 1-1-2 in a big win over Greater Lowell;

 

Jack Smutko scored with 5:20 left to give Natick a 2-1 decision over Waltham; Lojocono scored 36 seconds into a four-goal first period and Marrone then finished off the shutout as Cape Ann topped Methuen 4-0; Cole Desruisseaux wore the hat, Caden Crogan scored twice and Joaquin Rogas had two assists as the Revs topped the Railers 9-2; Hillenberg pitched a shutout and ean scored late in the first period as the Crusaders trimmed Framingham 3-0; Joaquin Welch scored with 6:19 left and then assisted on Lucas Olier’s goal with 2:42 remaining to give Andover a 2-1 decision over Chelmsford; and John Costa had 2-1-3 and Jayden Hector-Davis, Noah Rotberg and Katie Vrederoogd all posted 1-1-2 in Chelmsford’s 6-2 victory over Greater Lowell.

 

Brookline and Medford both won twice and Agawam had a win and a tie in the South. Hamilton scored two goals and had an assist, Walker had a goal and an assist and Day pitched a shutout in Brookline’s big win over Cambridge – and No. 18 scored twice in a 4-1 triumph over Parkway; Tom Dyer, Marc Colleamano, Colin Lee and Nick Perito all scored twice, Joe Mangiello had 1-1-2 and Jacob Smith pitched a shutout in Medford’s big win over Cambridge – and Lee scored six goals and set up another, Colleamano had a goal and three assists, Mongiello scored twice and Joe Russo had 1-1-2 in a big win over South Boston; No. 57 had two assists as Agawam downed Lynnfield/Saugus 3-0 – and Abigail Allen scored with 2:38 left to give Agawam a 2-2 tie with Newburyport;

 

Nick Glass scored four goals, Luke Marino had two goals and an assist and Tyler Chin-Aleong also scored twice in Beverly’s 8-2 victory over Lynnfield/Saugus; Goonan wore the hat and had an assist in Parkway’s 8-3 win over Woburn; No. 16 wore a first-period hat, Breslar assisting on all three, as Charlestown topped Belmont 10-4 – Doyle and Lu with two goals apiece in the loss; Andy DeTuccio wore the hat and had an assist, Ethan Lu posted 1-1-2, Riley Richardson two assists and Harrington the shutout in Belmont’s big win over Somerville; Cikacz delivered 2-1-3 and Kane 1-1-2 in South Boston’s 9-2 win over Woburn; Lukas Albano and No. 17 both scored twice as Cape Ann edged S&S 6-5 – Connor Ianotti with 1-2-3, Tommy Pelletier two goals and Liam Cullen 1-1-2 in the loss; and Tavilla wore the hat and had two assists, Prifti posted 1-1-2 and A. and O. Penny both also had two assists in Peabody’s 6-1 triumph over Masco.

 

Lexington/Bedford and Wakefield both won twice in the East. Connor Beaulieu and Zoya Chriss both scored twice in Lexington/Bedford’s 7-2 victory over Natick – and Hawon Kim had 1-1-2 and Ben Reznik pitched a shutout in a 4-0 win over Newton; Quinn Bonner, Max Defeo and Jackson Burns all had two goals and an assist in Wakefield’s big win over Tewksbury – and Bonner posted 1-2-3, Malykai had three assists, Burns scored twice and Defeo had two assists in a 7-4 win over NH East;

 

Ryan Kelly’s second goal of the game, with 2:38 left, was the winner and Dom Torchio assisted on both goals as Waltham edged Brookline 3-2; Linus Pearsall wore a natural hat and Ella Donahue pitched a shutout in North Reading’s 4-0 victory over Marblehead; Christos Rogaris and August Morris both wore hats, Rogaris adding an assist, and Ryan Kelly posted a goal and two assists in Waltham’s 10-3 victory over Dedham – Catlin with all three goals in the loss; Hunter Gervais and Walter King both scored twice and Quentin Lentini pitched a shutout in Tewksbury’s 6-0 win over Haverhill/Pentucket; Linken Berry clicked for 2-2-4, Noah Martin had 2-1-3, Ian Brown 1-2-3, Spencer Stagnelli two assists and Cyrus Nikas the shutout in Amesbury’s 7-0 victory over Andover; Alex Van Horn and Max King both clicked for 2-1-3, Owen Leonard also scored twice and Bryan Hackett pitched a shutout in Reading’s big win over Brookline; and Shepard Herring wore the hat and had two assists and Liam Wesson scored twice in Marblehead’s 5-2 win over Haverhill/Patucket – MacNeil with both goals in the loss.

 

Micro Ice and Danvers both won twice in the West. Eli Kowalski scored four goals and set up another, Mikey Santos had a goal and two assists, Logan Arrendondo also posted two assists and Keith Halipin pitched a shutout in Ice’s big win over SMS – and Cam Mitchell delivered a goal and four assists, Eli Williams scored twice and Tyler Arrendondo pitched a shutout in an 8-0 victory over Melrose; Brady Swanton scored four goals as Danvers topped Wakefield 6-2 – and Jake Martin wore the hat and Foster Bittner came within 2:36 of a shutout in a 5-1 win over Beverly;

 

Leider wore the hat and had two assists, Stefanito scored twice and Anderson had 1-1-2 in Twin City’s big win over the Crusaders; Castro scored four goals, including a natural hat, and Furlong posted two goals and an assist in Lynn’s 8-1 triumph over Reading; Anthony Tonello and James Tillis both scored twice as Melrose defeated Beverly 7-1; Williams wore the hat, Sullivan and Wang both scored twice and Scarfidi had two assists in Concord-Carlisle’s 7-3 win over the Railers – Peyton Grebinar with 2-1-3 in the loss; and Luo had a goal and two assists, Belkan scored twice and McBride pitched a shutout in Acton-Boxboro’s 5-0 victory over SMS.

 

In the Central, Andrew Reilly wore the hat and Anthony Bofe and Tyler Ye both scored twice in Watertown’s big win over Belmont; No. 43 scored four goals, Kaja Adler and No. 79 both had three assists and Leila Pan pitched a shutout in Brookline’s 6-0 victory over Parkway; and Wellesley edged Dorchester 3-2.

               

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

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PLAYERS
Contact Report
 #  First Name  Last Name
 4  Liam  Bagnol
 10  Brandon  DeRosa
 9  James  Gordon
   Daniel  Hanafin
 5  Conor  Milne
 12  Logan  Nestor
 74  Jake  Pandolfo

STANDINGS
Squirt North National - AAA
W L T Pct
 Burlington "AAA"  8  0  0  1.000
 Rochester "AAA"  5  2  1  0.688
 Framingham "AAA"  3  3  0  0.500
 Dorchester "AAA"  4  4  0  0.500
 Belmont "AAA"  3  3  0  0.500
 Waltham "AAA"  2  4  0  0.333
 South Boston "AAA"  1  4  0  0.200
 Jr. Railers "AAA"  1  6  0  0.143

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