PEEWEES – WEEK ENDING Feb. 3
Winchester won twice and Marblehead wore a pair of ties. Ryan DeLucia had a goal and an assist in Winchester’s 4-1 victory over Concord – and Jack Duncan scored one goal and dished out four assists, Chris McCarthy scored twice and Jonathan Garmey had a goal and a helper in a 6-4 win over Natick; Brody Sharpe scored with 5:59 left to give Wellesley a 3-3 tie with Marblehead, the tying goal coming just 22 seconds after Max Trudel gave Marblehead a 3-2 lead — and Shane McDonnell scored the tying goal with 3:14 left and Brian Dunne had two assists as Dedham pulled out a 2-2 tie with Marblehead, which got both goals from Luke Kelly and assists on both from Trudel;
In the other game, Stephen O’Malley scored twice and Finn Kelly had a goal and an assist in Dorchester’s 4-1 victory over Cambridge.
In the North, Beatrice Palmer scored with 2:55 left to give Brookline a 3-3 tie with Framingham; Nolan Russell scored with 6:53 remaining to give Arlington a 2-2 tie with Andover; Kyle Ricci scored with 42 seconds left to give the Crusaders a 3-2 decision over NH East – Hans Scheibe with 1-1-2 in the win and Alex Mozina and Joe Crowe 1-1-2 apiece in the loss; Ryder Shea scored with 4:27 left to give Framingham a 6-6 tie with Greater Lowell – Jacob Landry with 2-1-3 and Cam Caron two goals in the loss; Jayden Vargas scored twice and Mike Ryan had two assists as Peabody trimmed NH East 3-1; Beauparlant and Lehan scored in the first period as Newburyport edged Lynnfield/Saugus 2-1; Ben Dearden capped a hat trick with 2:05 left to give South Boston a 5-5 tie with Waltham – Nick Moxley capping a hat trick with a go-ahead goal with 4:08 remaining and Connor Chiasson 1-1-2 for Waltham; Oliver Harris, Tom Cashman and No. 84 scored in a 1:45 span early in the second period as Triboro downed Belmont 4-2; and Matthew Aho had two goals and an assist and Jared Nielsen 1-1-2 as the Railers topped Lowell 4-1.
In the South, Adam Balewicz scored his second goal of the game with 10:51 left to give Acton-Boxboro a 2-2 tie with Winchester, which got a goal and an assist from Julian Ragosa; James Callahan tied the game 33 seconds into the third period and Anthony Taurasi then came through with 45 seconds left to give Hyde Park a 2-1 victory over Medfield; Jake Karlsson wore the hat and added an assist, Jack Baker, who had two assists, scored what turned out to be the winner with 9:10 left and Pat McGowan had two assists as Haverhill/Pentucket edged North Reading 5-4 – Andrew Dunbar with 2-1-3 and Nolan DeGregorio 1-1-2 in the loss; Cam Petrillo snapped a 1-1 tie 12 seconds into the third period as Medford trimmed the Demons 3-1; Tyler Roycroft wore the hat in Wakefield’s 5-1 victory over Winchester; Kellan Dancher scored what proved to be the winner with 7:03 left and Charlie Terelak had two assists as Cape Ann edged Winchester 3-2; and Nick Lapiana posted 1-2-3, Joe Mattie scored twice and Ryan Minogue had 1-1-2 in Stoneham’s 6-2 win over Acton-Boxboro.
Woburn won twice in the North. Adam Gerry wore the hat and Owen Driscoll scored two goals and set up another in a 3-0 win over Concord – and Tyler Goneau scored twice and Branden Carta had two assists in a 6-1 triumph over the same team;
Jameson Murphy had a goal and an assist and Ryan DiNicola scored what turned out to be the winner with 8:51 left as Needham edged Beverly 3-2; Stoddard Healy scored with 3:38 left as Concord-Carlisle came from two goals down and tied Twin City 2-2; Jaden Burnham scored what turned out to be the winner with 7:25 left in the second period as Burlington edged Triton 2-1; Covello pitched a shutout and Davekos scored twice as Danvers topped Charlestown 3-0; and Tomas Babine scored with 1:09 left in the second period and Hanna Parker then came through 41 seconds into the third to give Winthrop a 3-2 victory over the Advantage, who got both goals from Wren Abboud.
Andover had a win and a tie in the South. Ryan Lachance scored twice and Drew Thisbert posted a goal and an assist in a 4-1 victory over Billerica – and Max Dyer scored with 1:39 left to give Andover a 3-3 tie with NH East – Truck Tellefsen with two goals and Ben Richard 1-1-2 for NHE;
Nick Ottaviani tied the game with 7:12 left and Aidan Schwatrz then came through with 1:06 remaining to give North Andover a 2-1 decision over Assabet; Joe Vanaria came within 3:05 of a shutout and Teddy Rose scored what turned out to be the winner early in the second period as Waltham trimmed Natick 3-1; Ezekiel Ronin scored what proved to be the winner in the second period as Dorchester edged Somerville 3-2; and Drew Hebert and Joe Kelleher scored late goals, Kelleher coming through with 17 seconds left to give Melrose a 2-2 tie with Dedham – Taylor McCallum with 1-1-2 for Dedham.
S&S and Masco both won twice, the Railers posted a win and a tie and Framingham and Needham tied each other twice in the East. Bertram assisted on Inello’s goal with 16 seconds left and then scored at the buzzer to give S&S a 6-5 victory over Wilmington, Pappalardo with two goals and four assists and Inello two assists in the win and Petrone two goals and Spaniol and Green-Audette two assists apiece in the loss – and Inello scored one goal and set up three others Bertram posted 1-2-3 and Pappalardo scored two goals in 28 seconds in a 6-2 win over Agawam; Ben Merrill (second goal), Parker Wassung and Sadie Canelli scored in a 3:33 span of the second period as Masco trimmed Methuen 4-2, Lucas LaFauci with two assists in the win and Vinny Aiello 1-1-2 in the loss – and Gavin Dupuis and Lucia LaFauci both clicked for 2-1-3 in a big win over Woburn, William Trainor two goals and Darby Ciarvardone 1-1-2 in the loss; Stone Lane scored twice in the third period as the Railers downed Wellesley 5-4 – and Ryan Porcaro’s second goal of the game, with 1:05 left, gave Arlington a 2-2 tie with the Railers, who got assists on both goals from Taighe Liddy; Mason Doherty scored with 7:13 left to give Framingham, a 2-2 tie with Needham – and Chris Anastos scored with 1:28 left to answer Liam Fitzmaurice’s second-period goal and gibe Framingham a 1-1 tie with Needham;
Ryan Hollingsworth wore the hat and Dylan Miller scored twice in Wellesley’s 6-2 victory over Lexington/Bedford; Mike Mahoney started a late rally with a goal with 2:03 left, Jed Murphy followed with 1:36 remaining and Callum MacDermid then came through with 15 seconds on the clock to give Belmont a 4-4 tie with Waltham, which got a hat trick from Will Jones; and Luke Armano and Jack Callahan both had two goals and an assist, No. 81 also scored twice and Joe Squarito had 1-1-2 in Methuen’s 8-5 victory over Acton-Boxboro – Luke Hashem with 2-1-3 and Matt Su two assists in the loss.
In the West, Jacob Cantone scored twice as Medford trimmed Brookline 3-1; Christian Nawn scored twice and Fred Hardy had two assists as Hollis downed Andover 4-1; Agawam edged North Central 3-2; Baker clicked for 1-2-3 as Concord-Carlisle topped Haverhill/Pentucket 6-2; Nathan Nardelli scored the winner with 8:11 left as Allston/Brighton edged Natick 3-2; and Parkway scored both goals in the first period in a 2-1 decision over Natick.
Maine had a win and tie in the Central. Caleb McNulty scored one goal and handed out two assists as Mason Caron scored twice in a 5-3 victory over Hollis -- and Shahoj Makkapati scored with 7:29 left to give Nashoba a 1-1 tie with Maine, which got a second-period goal from Massimo Massaro; Zach Anderson wore the hat and George Gibney and Squarito both posted 1-1-2 in Methuen’s 8-1 win over the Revs; Francis and Nocella scored 1:43 apart early as Cape Ann topped Winchester 4-1; Gilbert Prepetit scored with 1:30 left to give the Revs a 3-3 tie with Hollis – Matt Lioce with 1-1-2 for the Revs and Gillon Lilly two goals and Jake Dodge two assists for Hollis; Devin Melly scored twice as Reading defeated Lexington/Bedford 6-2 – Alex Corbett with both goals in the loss; Monaco (1-1-2) and Mackenzie (1-2-3) scored 15 seconds apart in the third period as Mablehead got by Wakefield 5-3; and Quinn Pimental scored one goal and handed out three assists and Dan Cahill wore the hat as Winchester trimmed Danvers 6-4 – Teddy Tsoutsouris with two goals and two assists and Chris Pinto 2-1-3 in the loss.
Rochester won twice and the Andover Girls and the Edge both won a game and tied each other in the North. Rochester rode a pair of Reilly Quist shutouts to two victories, as Christian Smith had a goal and two assists in a 4-0 win over Assabet and Cole Enman the go-ahead goal 42 seconds into the third period of a 2-0 decision over Amesbury; Allie Batchelder pitched a shutout and Ella Hoffenberg scored early in the second period of Andover’s 1-0 win over Amesbury; William O’Toole scored four goals, Tyler Girouard had two goals and an assist and Mark Anthony Angiuoni posted 1-2-3 and the Edge got by Chelmsford 10-8, Matt Rossetti with three assists and Nick Lupoli two goals in the loss – and Belle DiFiore scored the tying goal in the second period as Andover tied the Edge 2-2;
James Gracia scored with 10:20 left to give Dorchester a 3-2 decision over Medfield; Blasi scored four goals, DiBlasi posted 1-2-3, Ballard 1-1-2 and Lynch two assists and McGarrell pitched a shutout in South Boston’s 6-0 victory over Triboro; Jonathan Doherty scored what turned out to be the winner with 6:44 left as Triton edged Chelmsford 3-2 – Nick Lupoli with 1-1-2 in the loss; Nikolas Boothroyd pitched a shutout and Jack Welch and Jamie Gray scored eight seconds apart late in the first period as Amesbury downed NH East 3-0; and Jon Osgood clicked for 1-2-3 and Meghan Currie scored twice as Everett/Revere topped SMS 5-1.
In the South, Jake Carr scored four goals, Jase Mansi wore the hat and had an assist and Devin Medeiros, Corrine Foley and Matt Newhouse all posted two assists in Wilmington’s 7-1 victory over Wellesley; Sanat Kahlon scored what turned out to be the winner with 4:49 left in the second period as Natick edged the Wizards 2-1; Anthony Ferullo had 1-1-2 and James Lanzo scored what turned out to be the winner with 2:40 left as Reading nipped Wilmington 3-2; Jackson Martle scored what proved to be the winner with 4:59 left as Masco trimmed Arlington 5-3 – Corbin Howard with two goals in the loss; Dom Pereault scored what turned out to be the winner 42 seconds into the third period, Brady O’Brien scored twice and Tristan Hughes had 1-1-2 as the Railers nipped Concord-Carlisle 4-3; and Izi Hain clicked for two goals and an assists as Winthrop topped Stoneham 5-2 – William Thompson with both goals in the loss.
Haverhill/Pentucket had a win and a tie in the East. Brogan Arivella capped H/P’s three-goal first period that led to a 3-2 decision over Andover – and Ben Martin and Yanni Haginicolas scored 1:26 apart in the third period to gove H/P a 2-2 tie with SMS;
Noah Hunt scored with 4:20 left to give Newton the goal it needed for a3-0 victory over Parkway; Porter wore the hat and had an assist and Vankoski scored twice in Brookline’s 8-3 win over Waltham – Matt Hovsepian with assists on all three goals in the loss; Carta pitched a shutout and Morrison scored twice as Burlington topped Winchester 2-0; Porter snapped a 1-1 tie in the second period as Brookline trimmed Belmont 3-1; No. 98 wore the hat, Bryce Collins posted 2-1-3, Nick Bishop also scored twice and Josh LaRiviere had two assists as the Avalanche defeated Twin City 9-1; Cam Scali dished out three assists and scored two late goals to give Medford an 8-6 victory over Waltham – Jared Stroscio with a hat trick and an assist in the win and Mike Caulfield a hat trick and Hovsepian 1-1-2 in the loss; Liam Grealish scored twice as Cambridge topped Watertown 6-2; and Camden Condlin, who also had an assist, scored with 3:09 left to give the Leafs a 3-3 tie with Newburyport – Olivia Wilson, who also had an assist, with a go-ahead goal for Newburyport nine seconds before Condlin re-tied it, while Quinn Freeman had two assists.
In the West, Bryce Anderson’s second goal of the game, with 14.1 seconds left, gave Framingham a 3-2 decision over Dedham; Bryan Berry and Tom Knight scored 54 seconds apart late to give Acton-Boxboro a 2-1 decision over Billerica; O’Neil pitched a shutout and Lang scored early as Dorchester downed Parkway 4-0; Cape Ann’s Caleb Francis and North Central’s Josh Crotty swapped goals in a 1-1 tie; William Goggin scored what turned out to be the winner early in the second period as Wellesley trimmed Brookline 3-1; Jovanni Woods wore a natural hat in a 2:59 span, Andrew Lyutevich also wore a hat and Max DeSautelle had 1-1-2 in Framingham’s 8-2 win over Lexington/Bedford; Kirmelewicz had 2-1-3 and Santolucito had two assists in Waltham’s 7-4 victory over Somerville; and Kyle scored four goals, Jacobson scored twice, Haskell and Wheeler both posted 1-1-2 and Stamler pitched a shutout in Charlestown’s big win over Lexington/Bedford.
-– MIKE SHALIN, firstname.lastname@example.org