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Third-seeded Arlington won the title.

In the quarterfinals, Fecteau wore the hat and added an assist and Sotiropoulos had a goal and an assist in Arlington’s 8-2 victory over Lynnfield/Saugus; Jake Kelly set up two goals and Jack Murphy scored the winner as Dorchester trimmed Concord 3-1; and Gray, who also had an assist, scored 26 seconds into overtime to give Greater Lowell a 3-2 decision over Andover – Morse also with a goal and an assist in the win.

In the semifinals, Gilbert scored twice, Kiss posted a goal and an assist and Davies pitched a shutout in Arlington’s 4-0 victory over Cambridge – and John Lynch and Murphy both scored twice and Sean McDougall added two assists as Dorchester downed Lowell 5-2.

In the final, Fecteau scored the shootout winner to give Arlington a 4-3 decision over Dorchester –- Tahan assisting on Gilbert’s goal with 5:48 left and then scoring the tying goal with 3:12 left in regulation to force overtime for Arlington.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Drew Fecteau, Arlington


 

"AAA"

NORTH AMERICAN

Top-seeded Wakefield won the championship.

In the quarterfinals, Rob Dirienzo had a goal and an assist, scoring the winner with 2:02 left in the second period as Reading edged Everett/Revere; Dom Cardillo scored with 3:31 left to give Triton a 2-1 decision over Acton-Boxboro; and Keegan Knight scored all four goals and Josh Millman pitched a shutout in NH East’s 4-0 triumph over Billerica.

In the semifinals, Nick Knowles’ second goal of the game, with 1:07 left, gave Wakefield a 3-2 victory over Triton; and Knight delivered two goals and an assist, Sebastian Rogles also scored twice, Kam Hyles posted a goal and an assist and Rylye Coe pitched a shutout in NH East’s 7-0 win over Reading.

In the final, Nick Wesley and Ryan McGann both scored twice, Bobby Defeo had a goal and an assist and Knowles set up two goals in Wakefield’s 5-3 victory over NH east – Knight with a hat trick in the loss.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Keegan Knight, NH East

 

NORTH NATIONAL

Fifth-seeded Wellesley won the title.

In the quarterfinals, Christian Mattaliano scored twice and Jackson Meyers had a goal and an helper in Wellesley’s 5-2 win over Framingham; and Dan Schwartzman wore the hat and added an assist and Mitch Gordon posted a goal and an assist in Newton’s 7-1 victory over Lexington/Bedford.

In the semifinals, Reagan O’Neill pitched a shutout as Wellesley trimmed Winchester 2-0; and Caden O’Neil came within 24 seconds of a shutout and Schwartzman scored what turned out to be the winner with 4:21 remaining as Newton edged the Revs 2-1.

In the final, Nils Telander had a goal and an assist and Kellen Sharpe scored what turned out to be the winner in the second period as Wellesley nipped Newton 2-1.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Reagan O’Neill, Wellesley

 

In the crossover game, Mike Pellegrino ended O’Neill’s shutout bid with 28 seconds left in regulation and then assisted on Defeo’s goal with 3:47 left in overtime as Wakefield edged Wellesley 2-1.


 

"AA"

NORTH AMERICAN

Second-seeded Beverly captured the crown.

In play-in games, John Daly and Joey Collins scored second-period goals as Stoneham/North Reading edged Winthrop 2-1; and Emerson Marshall erupted for five goals and an assist and Brett Cunningham added a goal and an helper in Cape Ann’s 8-6 triumph over Marblehead – Heyden Leveroni with a hat trick and three assists, Shane Keough two goals and Chris Locke a goal and an assist in the loss.

In the quarterfinals, Cam Cook scored four goals and DJ Bachini had two assists in Beverly’s 6-1 victory over Stoneham/North Reading; Ethan Cliff pitched a shutout, Mike Burns had a goal and an assist and Seamus Brennan two assists in Chelmsford’s 3-0 win over Haverhill/Pentucket; Andrew TeDuits and Mike McLaughlin both scored twice and Aiden Boucher and Eamon Vraibel both posted a goal and an assist in Charlestown’s 7-2 victory over Tewksbury; and Marshall’s fourth goal of the game snapped a 4-4 tie with 52 seconds left as Cape Ann trimmed Newburyport 6-4 – Jack Delaney with a goal and an assist in the win and Mike Rinaldi and Charlie Forest 1-1-2 apiece and Braeden Curren two assists in the loss.

In the semifinals, Jeff Hallinan posted his second assist of the game with 4:24 left and then scored 35 seconds later to give Beverly’s a 3-2 decision over Charlestown – Cook with 1-1-2 in the win and Owen Delvalle assists on both goals in the loss.

In the final, Jim O’Connell pitched a shutout and Dylan Alves scored early as Beverly downed Chelmsford 3-0.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Cam Cook, Beverly

 

NORTH NATIONAL

Fourth-seeded Belmont won the championship.

In the quarterfinals, Joe Gaziano scored one goal and set up another as Belmont trimmed Triboro 4-2; Czech clicked for two goals and two assists, MacDonnell scored twice and Chase had a goal and an assist in Natick’s 8-1 win over Parkway; and Ty Monahan tied it with 7:12 left and then set up Ryan Walsh’s winner with 5:05 remaining as Hyde Park edged the Railers 2-1.

In the semifinals, John Dolan scored twice and Shay Donahue had a goal and an assist in Belmont’s 4-2 victory over Natick – Fain with 1-1-2 in the loss; and Joe Jourdan scored with 8:15 left to give Needham a 2-1 decision over Hyde Park.

In the final, Christian Harrington scored twice in Belmont’s 4-2 victory over Needham – Noah Dixon and Tom Ledbury with a goal and an assist apiece in the loss.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Christian Harrington, Belmont

 

In the crossover game, O’Connell pitched a shutout and DJ Bachini scored twice as Beverly topped Belmont 3-0.


 

SOUTH AMERICAN

Top-seeded Somerville won the title.

In the quarterfinals, Dom Lamentea scored two goals and set up another, Connor Brophy delivered a goal and two assists and Owen Spence pitched a shutout as Melrose topped Cambridge 5-0; and Jeremy Antonio capped a hat trick with 1:38 left to give Medford a 3-2 decision over Masco.

In the semifinals, Doe scored four goals, Jones scored one goal and dished out three assists and Curtatone also wore a hat in Somerville’s 7-2 victory over Medford; and Lamentea tied the game late and then and then scored seven second into overtime to give Melrose a 3-2 win over Woburn.

In the final, Marujo snapped a 2-2 tie with 5:19 left in the second period as Somerville trimmed Melrose 4-2.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Nathan Doe, Somerville

 

SOUTH NATIONAL

Top-seeded SMS won the championship.

In a quarterfinal game, Patrick Lee wore the hat as Maine topped Twin City 5-2.

In the semifinals, Justin Che and Noah Shapiro both had a goal and an assist as SMS downed Andover 5-2 – Matvey Malinovski with both goals in the loss; and Ryan McNulty scored his second goal of the game with 8:15 left and Matt Lesser assisted on both as Nashoba edged Maine 2-1.

In the final, Tyler Frazee forced overtime with a goal with 2:11 left in regulation but SMS topped Nashoba 3-2 in a shootout – Trevor Jarzynka with a third-period goal in the win.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Trevor Jarzynka, SMS

 

In the crossover game, Dom Hoban scored with 1:52 left to give SMS a 2-1 decision over Somerville.


 

EAST AMERICAN

Third-seeded Concord won the crown.

Nathaniel Mullen, who also had an assist, scored his second goal of the game with 1:16 left in overtime to give Concord a 4-3 decision over Amesbury; Tom Kessinger had a goal and two assists, Tristan Moreau scored twice, Liam Donaghey had 1-1-2, Ryan O’Connor posted two assists and Matt Busick pitched a shutout in Reading’s 6-0 victory over Haverhill/Pentucket; and Sam Goslin clicked for 2-1-3 and Nick Brooks and Cam Ingram posted 1-1-2 in NH East’s 7-2 win over Winchester – Colin Stewart with both goals in the loss.

In the semifinals, Zach McCoy snapped a 2-2 tie with 2:05 left and Sam Foulds scored his second goal of the game 12 seconds into the third period as Concord trimmed Reading 4-2; and Jack Allard wore a natural hat in the second period and Noah Page and Shea Adams shared the shutout as Methuen topped NH East 4-0.

In the final, Aiden Ramshaw scored with 9:07 left and then assisted on McCoy’s winner with 6:16 remaining, Nick Martel posting two assists as Concord defeated Methuen 3-1.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Zach McCoy, Concord

 

EAST NATIONAL

The top-seeded Revs won the championship.

In the quarterfinals, Colby Wagner pitched a shutout and Jake O’Brien scored midway through the first period as the Railers AA2 nipped Arlington 2-0; and Jack Duehring scored twice as the Railers A1 downed Framingham 5-0.

In the semifinals, Tom Rider and Cooper Serocki both scored twice as the Revs topped the Railers A1 5-1; and Connor Nee scored what turned out to be the winner with 10 seconds left in the second period and Deven Dunlap had two second-period assists as Dorchester edged the Railers AA2 2-1.

In the final, Alan Grebelsky pitched a shutout, Tiernan Forde scored two goals in nine seconds in the second period and William Scheffel assisted on both as the Revs defeated Dorchester 3-0.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Alan Grebelsky, Revs

 

In the crossover game, McCoy scored in the second period and then came through 46 seconds into overtime – Ranshaw assisting on both – as Concord edged the Revs 2-1.


 

WEST AMERICAN

Ninth-seeded Concord-Carlisle charged all the way to the title.

In play-in games, Noah Thorpe wore the hat and had an assist in Concord-Carlisle’s 5-2 victory over Parkway – Danny Earler with both goals in the loss; Sam Reynolds scored twice and Gabe Coll had two assists as Dedham topped Medford 5-1; and Alden Turner wore the hat, Dean Levanto scored twice and Nolan Maul had two assists in Wellesley’s 7-3 victory over Acton-Boxboro – Ed Ruszczyk with 1-1-2 and Jeuk Jun two assists in the loss.

In the quarterfinals, Lukas Lenkutis had a goal and an assist as Concord-Carlisle edged Newton 2-1; Turner scored 18 seconds into overtime to give Wellesley a 3-2 decision over Needham; Emmet Teahan scored twice as Brookline topped Lynn and Zach Sartori scored twice, Alex Fata posted 1-1-2, Reid Festel had two assists and Dom Deangelis pitched a shutout in Wakefield’s 5-0 victory over Dedham.

In the semifinals, Thorpe, who also had an assist, capped a hat trick eight seconds into overtime to give Concord-Carlisle a 4-3 decision over Brookline – Bennett with 1-1-2 in the win and Teahan all three goals and James Redding assists on two of them in the loss.

In the final, Thorpe’s fourth goal of the game, with 3:54 left, gave Concord-Carlisle a 5-4 victory over Wellesley – Tim Cassidy with three assists in the win and Levanto a goal and an assist in the lineup.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Noah Thorpe, Concord-Carlisle


 

"A"

NORTH AMERICAN

Sixth-seeded Waltham won the championship.

In the quarterfinals, Brenden Donovan scored twice and Aiden Breau pitched a shutout in Waltham’s 4-0 victory over Hyde Park; Andriolo wore the hat and had an assist, Burke scored one goal and dished out three assists, D’Amico posted a goal and two assists, McLean and Robson both scored twice and Geswell and Bonanno both had 1-1-2 in Burlington’s big win over South Boston – Jerry O’Neil with 1-1-2 in the loss; Cole Riley scored twice and James Murphy had two assists as Dorchester topped Southern Maine 4-1; and Pablo Ellsworth pitched a shutout, Dan Tattrie assisted on both goals and Clark Kenzinger scored 62 seconds into the game as Belmont trimmed Lexington/Bedford 2-0.

In the semifinals, Connor Kelleher forced overtime with a goal with 3:17 left in regulation and Waltham edged Dorchester 4-3 in a shootout; and Ellsworth pitched a shutout and Joe Schiapani scored with 6:37 left as Belmont trimmed Burlington 2-0.

In the final, Breau came within 39 seconds of a shutout, William Curler snapped a 1-1 tie with 9:35 left and Matt Korbin had a goal and an assist as Waltham downed Belmont 3-1.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Aiden Breau, Waltham

 

NORTH NATIONAL

No. 4 seed Triboro won the championship.

In a play-in game, Owen Yeaw had an assist and then scored the shootout winner as the Railers edged Andover 3-2.

In the quarterfinals, Andrew Fraser came within 3:41 of a shutout and Max Sullivan had a goal and an assist as Triboro trimmed Wilmington 3-1; Declan Noonan scored with 3:55 left in overtime to give the Railers a 5-4 victory over the Leafs – Connor Hodgkins with two goals and Anthony DiDonna 1-1-2 in the win and Cody Tkaczyk all four goals and Luke Frauton assists on three of them in the loss; Jameson DiModica scored with 49 seconds left to give the Demons a 3-2 decision over Billerica – Matt Gagin with two assists in the win and Dylan Flynn 1-1-2 in the loss; and Jaxon Decker had a goal and two assists, James Brideau posted 1-1-2 and Drew St. Peter also had two assists in North Central’s 6-3 win over the Revs – Sam Wheet and Jacob Barshteyn with 1-1-2 apiece in the loss.

In the semis, Nolan Yusikones had an assist in the game and then scored the shootout winner to give Triboro a 2-1 decision over the Railers – Max Sullivan forcing overtime with a goal with 4:55 left in regulation; and Decker scored the winner in OT as North Central came back from three goals down edged the Demons 4-3 – George Gabriel with all three goals and Rocco Mastrangelo assists on two of them in the loss.

In the final, Fraser pitched a shutout, Sullivan scored twice and Yusikones had two assists as Triboro downed North Central 4-0.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Andrew Fraser, Triboro

 

In the crossover game, Mark Manfredi delivered two goals and an assist, Yusikones also scored twice and Alex Shenouda had two assists in Triboro’s 5-2 victory over Waltham.


 

SOUTH AMERICAN

Fifth-seeded Cape Ann won the title.

In quarterfinal action, Finn Lawler delivered two goals and an assist and Bodin Jobe, Mike Nocella and Derek Ellms all clicked for 1-1-2 in Cape Ann’s 8-3 victory over Lynnfield/Saugus – Joe Soares with 2-1-3 in the loss; Cam Couto scored one goal and handed out three assists, Matt Robbins scored twice and Coreia had 1-1-2 as Everett/Revere downed Natick 5-2 – Matt Maloney with both goals in the loss; Trip Rossetti forced overtime with a goal with 3:23 left and Mark Pollock then came through with 3:27 remaining in the OT to give Agawam a 4-3 decision over S&S; and Ryan Avila pitched a shutout and Mike Burns scored in the second period as Beverly edged Allston/Brighton 2-1.

In the semifinals, Derek Budrow had a goal and an assists in Cape Ann’s 6-3 triumph over Everett/Revere – Coreia with a goal and two assists in the loss; and Sam Craveiro had a goal and a helper as Beverly downed Agawam 4-1.

In the final, Ellms delivered two goals and an assist and Nocella also scored twice in Cape Ann’s 4-1 victory over Beverly 4-1.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Derek Ellms, Cape Ann

 

SOUTH NATIONAL

Second-seeded Triton won the title.

In the quarterfinals, Tim Carter wore the hat and had two assists, Matt Sheehan posted a goal and two assists, Nate Ewell dished out three assists and Andrew Doherty two in Triton’s 6-1 victory over SMS; Josh Batchelder clicked for two goals and an assist, Steve DeFillippo also scored twice and Rylee Smith pitched a shutout as Masco downed Nashoba 6-0; Cole Moore set up two goals and Tyler Cunio scored what proved to be the winner with 7:39 left as the Crusaders edged Greater Lowell 3-2; and Edge A1 trimmed Edge A2 4-2.

In the semifinals, Evan Piscatelli pitched a shutout and Carter ended the combined Cam Grant/Connor Reeves shutout 1:03 into overtime as Triton nipped Edge A1 1-0; and Batchelder scored his second goal of the game and DeFillippo, who also had an assist, followed 38 seconds later late in the second period as Masco edged the Crusaders 3-2.

In the title game, Carter scored twice and Piscatelli pitched a shutout in Triton’s 4-0 win over Masco.

 

PLAYOFF MVPS: Tim Carter and Evan Piscatelli, Triton

 

In the crossover game, Cam Neary scored twice and Sheehan had two assists as Triton nipped Cape Ann 3-2.


 

EAST AMERICAN

No. 1 seeded Burlington won the title.

In play-in games, Mary Duffy had a goal and an assist and Abby Keenan scored what turned out to be the winner in the second period as Somerville trimmed Medford 4-2; Badge, who also had an assist, scored the winner with 3:22 left, Deigman posted 2-1-3, Mathews 1-2-3 and O’Leary 1-1-2 as Medfield nipped Stoneham 5-4 – Carbo with 1-2-3, Preston two goals and Barlow two assists in the loss; Boussy had two assists and Dedek scored what turned out to be the winner with 8:18 left as Needham trimmed Winthrop 3-1; and Ryan Harding scored twice and Steph Maramaldi had 1-1-2 as Wellesley downed Winchester 5-0;

In the quarterfinals, Tom Sampson scored twice, Jacob Frost and Dillon O’Reilly both clicked for 1-1-2 and Chris Busby pitched a shutout in Burlington’s 6-0 victory over Medfield; Max Boni forced OT with the tying goal and then scored with 15 seconds left in overtime to give Needham a 3-2 decision over Arlington; Hunter Tuff scored twice as Wellesley trimmed Somerville 3-1; and Tom Vanesse scored what turned out to be the winner in the second period as the Railders edged Lexington/Bedford 2-1.

In the semifinals, Sampson scored two goals and set up two others and Tom Quinn clicked for 2-1-3 in Burlington’s 7-1 victory over Wellesley; and Zach Zawalich scored twice to help the Railers down Needham 4-1.

In the final, Busby pitched a shutout and Quinn Fallon and A.J. Welch scored 21 seconds apart early as Burlington downed the Railers 2-0.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Chris Busby, Burlington

 

EAST NATIONAL

Fifth-seeded Burlington won the championship.

In play-in games, Robert Kenney scored with 10:44 left and Ryan Trainor’s second goal of the game followed 3:38 later to give Andover a 4-3 decision over Concord – Matt Tetreault with two goals and Logan Daigle two assists in the loss; and Tucker Boys came within 13 seconds of a shutout and Liam Casey had the winner in the first period as NH East edged Danvers 2-1.

In the quarterfinals, Alex Dubow pitched a shutout and Sean Hogan scored early as Wakefield edged Haverhill/Pentucket 1-0; Noah Santucci wore the hat and had an assist, Mike DiBenedetto had 1-1-2 and Tom Joyce two assists in Reading’s 6-3 victory over North Andover – Cole Ventre and Tom Veasy 1-01-2 apiece in the loss; Patrick Hall had 1-2-3 early as Billerica edged NH East 4-3 in a shootout – Cam Larcome with 1-1-2 in 20 seconds in the first period, all six regulation goals scored in the first period; and Aidan MacDonald had 2-1-3, Anthony Angiuoni 1-1-3 and Matt Calouro the shutout in Tewksbury’s 4-0 win over Andover.

In the semifinals, Hogan’s second goal of the game, with 4:40 left, was the winner, and Zach Laverdure had two assists in Wakefield’s 3-2 decision over Tewksbury; and Jake Amaroso scored twice as Billerica nipped Reading 4-3 – Andrew Pucci with two goals in the loss.

In the final, John Dalessandro had a goal and an assist in a three-goal second period that lifted Wakefield past Billerica 3-2.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Alex Dubow, Wakefield

 

In the crossover game, Welch scored four goals and set up another, O’Reilly scored one goal and dished out four assists, Devin McCabe posted 1-2-3, Billy Flett also had two assists and Busby pitched a shutout in Burlington’s big win over Wakefield.


 

WEST AMERICAN

Third-seeded Melrose captured the title.

In the quarterfinals, Ben Megan had 1-1-2 as Concord-Carlisle scored a 4-3 shootout win over Brookline – Isaac Brendl with 2-1-3, including a goal with 40 seconds left in regulation to force overtime, in the loss; Jimmy Gibbons scored the winner with 4:17 left in overtime and Jack Hanlan had 2-1-3 as Dorchester edged Belmont 3-2 – No. 13 with 1-1-2 in the loss; and Kyle Hayes wore the hat and added two assists, Sasha Sevastyanov scored one goal and handed out three assists, Jason Pino scored twice, Joey Zama-Lenfest posted two assists and Aaron Al-Marayati and JoJo Smith shared the shutout as Melrose downed Parkway 8-0.

In the semifinals, Danny Dussault had a goal and two assists, Pino scored twice and the two goalie combined on the shutout as Melrose topped Concord-Carlisle 4-0; and Jack Walmsley scored with 1:36 left in overtime to give Cambridge a 3-2 decision over Dorchester – Nick Higgins with all three goals and Hanlan two assists in the loss.

In the final, Tommy Waden scored with one second left in overtime to give Melrose a 2-1 decision over Cambridge – Jack Kiernan with assists on both goals and Dussault a tying goal with 5:21 left in regulation in the win.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Tommy Waden, Melrose

 

WEST NATIONAL

Sixth-seeded Beverly won the title.

In the quarterfinals, Matt Smith scored a minute into overtime to give Triboro a 2-1 decision over Twin City – Nick Southey with a goal and an assist in the loss; No. 24 scored with 53 seconds left to give Framingham a 4-3 victory over Acton-Boxboro – Louie Walls with two goals in the win; Forget scored the winner with 5:31 left as the Revs edged the Leafs 3-2; and McWilliams’ second goal of the game, 26 seconds into overtime, gave the Railers a 2-1 decision over Waltham.

In the semifinals, Barrett and Gowthaman both scored one goal and set up two others and Fraser pitched a shutout in Triboro’s 5-0 victory over Framingham; and Rossi ended Wyatt Cutler’s shutout 25 seconds into overtime and Karally pitched a shutout as the Railers edged the Revs 1-0.

In the final, Barrett scored twice as Triboro downed the Railers 3-1.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Andrew Fraser, Triboro

 

In the crossover game, Mike Kelly scored the winner in the second period as Melrose edged Triboro 2-1.

 

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

  


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 Sat. 10/27  5:50 PM  Methuen  vs Maine Hockey Academy "AA"  L  5-2  Completed
 Sat. 11/03  3:30 PM  Methuen  at Concord "AA"  W  5-0  Completed
 Sun. 11/04  8:10 PM  Methuen  at Reading "AA"  L  0-6  Completed
 Sat. 11/17  1:50 PM  Tewksbury  at NH East "AA"  W  3-1  Completed
 Sun. 11/18  9:20 PM  Lawrence  at Winchester "AA"  W  6-1  Completed
 Wed. 11/21  8:15 PM  Haverhill  at Haverhill "AA2"  L  1-2  Completed
 Sun. 11/25  8:10 PM  Methuen  at Reading "AA"  L  1-4  Completed
 Wed. 11/28  9:10 PM  Haverhill  at No Andover "AA"  T  3-3  Completed
 Fri. 12/07  9:10 PM  Haverhill  at Amesbury "AA"  W  5-4  Completed
 Sun. 12/09  1:30 PM  Nashua  vs Jr. Railers "A1"  W  4-6  Completed
 Sat. 12/15  1:10 PM  Methuen  at Maine Hockey Academy "AA"  L  5-6  Completed
 Sat. 12/22  3:30 PM  Methuen  at Concord "AA"  W  4-0  Completed
 Sun. 12/23  1:40 PM  Sports Center  at CM Revolution "A1"  L  2-6  Completed
 Wed. 12/26  3:30 PM  Haverhill  at NH East "AA"  W  4-1  Completed
 Sat. 12/29  7:00 PM  Somerville  at Arlington "AA"  W  7-0  Completed
 Sun. 12/30  9:20 AM  Medford  at Framingham "AA"  W  6-2  Completed
 Tue. 1/01  9:05 AM  Haverhill  at Amesbury "AA"  T  4-4  Completed
 Fri. 1/04  8:15 PM  Hockeytown  vs No Andover "AA"      Cancelled By League
 Sun. 1/06  6:40 PM  Haverhill  at Haverhill "AA2"  T  1-1  Completed
 Fri. 1/11  8:30 PM  Woburn  at Framingham "AA"  W  5-1  Completed
 Sun. 1/13  1:40 PM  Sports Center  at Jr. Railers "A1"  W  4-1  Completed
 Fri. 1/18  9:30 PM  Malden  at Arlington "AA"  W  3-2  Completed
 Sat. 1/19  11:30 AM  Tewksbury  vs Concord "AA"  L  2-1  Completed
 Mon. 1/21  12:40 PM  Hockeytown  at Dorchester "AA"  W  4-3  Completed
 Wed. 1/23  9:20 PM  Haverhill  at Reading "AA"  W  4-1  Completed
 Sun. 1/27  8:15 PM  Haverhill  at Haverhill "AA2"  W  3-2  Completed
 Sat. 2/02  2:20 PM  Methuen  at NH East "AA"  W  6-3  Completed
 Sun. 2/03  3:30 PM  Methuen  vs Amesbury "AA"  W  5-6  Completed
 Sat. 2/09  9:20 PM  Haverhill  vs Amesbury "AA"  W  0-1  Forfeit
 Sun. 2/17  5:00 PM  Haverhill  at Reading "AA"  T  4-4  Completed
 Tue. 2/19  1:20 PM  Haverhill  at Haverhill "AA2"  W  3-1  Completed
 Fri. 2/22  12:05 PM  Haverhill  at Jr. Railers "AA2"  L  1-3  Completed
 Sat. 2/23  1:10 PM  Methuen  vs Concord "AA"  W  2-4  Completed
 Sun. 2/24  1:30 PM  Haverhill  at NH East "AA"  W  6-1  Completed
 Wed. 3/06  8:05 PM  Haverhill  vs No Andover "AA"  L  6-0  Completed
 Fri. 3/08  7:50 PM  Haverhill  at Concord "AA"  W  5-1  Completed
 Sat. 3/09  5:00 PM  Navin  at CM Revolution "A1"  T  2-2  Completed
 Wed. 3/13  7:10 PM  Malden  vs Parkway "AA2"  W  1-4  Completed
 Sat. 3/23  7:00 PM  Haverhill  vs NH East "AA"  W  0-4  Completed
 Sat. 3/30  6:25 PM  Haverhill  vs Concord "AA"  L  3-1  Completed

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"ELITE"

Third-seeded Arlington won the title.

In the quarterfinals, Fecteau wore the hat and added an assist and Sotiropoulos had a goal and an assist in Arlington’s 8-2 victory over Lynnfield/Saugus; Jake Kelly set up two goals and Jack Murphy scored the winner as Dorchester trimmed Concord 3-1; and Gray, who also had an assist, scored 26 seconds into overtime to give Greater Lowell a 3-2 decision over Andover – Morse also with a goal and an assist in the win.

In the semifinals, Gilbert scored twice, Kiss posted a goal and an assist and Davies pitched a shutout in Arlington’s 4-0 victory over Cambridge – and John Lynch and Murphy both scored twice and Sean McDougall added two assists as Dorchester downed Lowell 5-2.

In the final, Fecteau scored the shootout winner to give Arlington a 4-3 decision over Dorchester –- Tahan assisting on Gilbert’s goal with 5:48 left and then scoring the tying goal with 3:12 left in regulation to force overtime for Arlington.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Drew Fecteau, Arlington


 

"AAA"

NORTH AMERICAN

Top-seeded Wakefield won the championship.

In the quarterfinals, Rob Dirienzo had a goal and an assist, scoring the winner with 2:02 left in the second period as Reading edged Everett/Revere; Dom Cardillo scored with 3:31 left to give Triton a 2-1 decision over Acton-Boxboro; and Keegan Knight scored all four goals and Josh Millman pitched a shutout in NH East’s 4-0 triumph over Billerica.

In the semifinals, Nick Knowles’ second goal of the game, with 1:07 left, gave Wakefield a 3-2 victory over Triton; and Knight delivered two goals and an assist, Sebastian Rogles also scored twice, Kam Hyles posted a goal and an assist and Rylye Coe pitched a shutout in NH East’s 7-0 win over Reading.

In the final, Nick Wesley and Ryan McGann both scored twice, Bobby Defeo had a goal and an assist and Knowles set up two goals in Wakefield’s 5-3 victory over NH east – Knight with a hat trick in the loss.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Keegan Knight, NH East

 

NORTH NATIONAL

Fifth-seeded Wellesley won the title.

In the quarterfinals, Christian Mattaliano scored twice and Jackson Meyers had a goal and an helper in Wellesley’s 5-2 win over Framingham; and Dan Schwartzman wore the hat and added an assist and Mitch Gordon posted a goal and an assist in Newton’s 7-1 victory over Lexington/Bedford.

In the semifinals, Reagan O’Neill pitched a shutout as Wellesley trimmed Winchester 2-0; and Caden O’Neil came within 24 seconds of a shutout and Schwartzman scored what turned out to be the winner with 4:21 remaining as Newton edged the Revs 2-1.

In the final, Nils Telander had a goal and an assist and Kellen Sharpe scored what turned out to be the winner in the second period as Wellesley nipped Newton 2-1.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Reagan O’Neill, Wellesley

 

In the crossover game, Mike Pellegrino ended O’Neill’s shutout bid with 28 seconds left in regulation and then assisted on Defeo’s goal with 3:47 left in overtime as Wakefield edged Wellesley 2-1.


 

"AA"

NORTH AMERICAN

Second-seeded Beverly captured the crown.

In play-in games, John Daly and Joey Collins scored second-period goals as Stoneham/North Reading edged Winthrop 2-1; and Emerson Marshall erupted for five goals and an assist and Brett Cunningham added a goal and an helper in Cape Ann’s 8-6 triumph over Marblehead – Heyden Leveroni with a hat trick and three assists, Shane Keough two goals and Chris Locke a goal and an assist in the loss.

In the quarterfinals, Cam Cook scored four goals and DJ Bachini had two assists in Beverly’s 6-1 victory over Stoneham/North Reading; Ethan Cliff pitched a shutout, Mike Burns had a goal and an assist and Seamus Brennan two assists in Chelmsford’s 3-0 win over Haverhill/Pentucket; Andrew TeDuits and Mike McLaughlin both scored twice and Aiden Boucher and Eamon Vraibel both posted a goal and an assist in Charlestown’s 7-2 victory over Tewksbury; and Marshall’s fourth goal of the game snapped a 4-4 tie with 52 seconds left as Cape Ann trimmed Newburyport 6-4 – Jack Delaney with a goal and an assist in the win and Mike Rinaldi and Charlie Forest 1-1-2 apiece and Braeden Curren two assists in the loss.

In the semifinals, Jeff Hallinan posted his second assist of the game with 4:24 left and then scored 35 seconds later to give Beverly’s a 3-2 decision over Charlestown – Cook with 1-1-2 in the win and Owen Delvalle assists on both goals in the loss.

In the final, Jim O’Connell pitched a shutout and Dylan Alves scored early as Beverly downed Chelmsford 3-0.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Cam Cook, Beverly

 

NORTH NATIONAL

Fourth-seeded Belmont won the championship.

In the quarterfinals, Joe Gaziano scored one goal and set up another as Belmont trimmed Triboro 4-2; Czech clicked for two goals and two assists, MacDonnell scored twice and Chase had a goal and an assist in Natick’s 8-1 win over Parkway; and Ty Monahan tied it with 7:12 left and then set up Ryan Walsh’s winner with 5:05 remaining as Hyde Park edged the Railers 2-1.

In the semifinals, John Dolan scored twice and Shay Donahue had a goal and an assist in Belmont’s 4-2 victory over Natick – Fain with 1-1-2 in the loss; and Joe Jourdan scored with 8:15 left to give Needham a 2-1 decision over Hyde Park.

In the final, Christian Harrington scored twice in Belmont’s 4-2 victory over Needham – Noah Dixon and Tom Ledbury with a goal and an assist apiece in the loss.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Christian Harrington, Belmont

 

In the crossover game, O’Connell pitched a shutout and DJ Bachini scored twice as Beverly topped Belmont 3-0.


 

SOUTH AMERICAN

Top-seeded Somerville won the title.

In the quarterfinals, Dom Lamentea scored two goals and set up another, Connor Brophy delivered a goal and two assists and Owen Spence pitched a shutout as Melrose topped Cambridge 5-0; and Jeremy Antonio capped a hat trick with 1:38 left to give Medford a 3-2 decision over Masco.

In the semifinals, Doe scored four goals, Jones scored one goal and dished out three assists and Curtatone also wore a hat in Somerville’s 7-2 victory over Medford; and Lamentea tied the game late and then and then scored seven second into overtime to give Melrose a 3-2 win over Woburn.

In the final, Marujo snapped a 2-2 tie with 5:19 left in the second period as Somerville trimmed Melrose 4-2.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Nathan Doe, Somerville

 

SOUTH NATIONAL

Top-seeded SMS won the championship.

In a quarterfinal game, Patrick Lee wore the hat as Maine topped Twin City 5-2.

In the semifinals, Justin Che and Noah Shapiro both had a goal and an assist as SMS downed Andover 5-2 – Matvey Malinovski with both goals in the loss; and Ryan McNulty scored his second goal of the game with 8:15 left and Matt Lesser assisted on both as Nashoba edged Maine 2-1.

In the final, Tyler Frazee forced overtime with a goal with 2:11 left in regulation but SMS topped Nashoba 3-2 in a shootout – Trevor Jarzynka with a third-period goal in the win.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Trevor Jarzynka, SMS

 

In the crossover game, Dom Hoban scored with 1:52 left to give SMS a 2-1 decision over Somerville.


 

EAST AMERICAN

Third-seeded Concord won the crown.

Nathaniel Mullen, who also had an assist, scored his second goal of the game with 1:16 left in overtime to give Concord a 4-3 decision over Amesbury; Tom Kessinger had a goal and two assists, Tristan Moreau scored twice, Liam Donaghey had 1-1-2, Ryan O’Connor posted two assists and Matt Busick pitched a shutout in Reading’s 6-0 victory over Haverhill/Pentucket; and Sam Goslin clicked for 2-1-3 and Nick Brooks and Cam Ingram posted 1-1-2 in NH East’s 7-2 win over Winchester – Colin Stewart with both goals in the loss.

In the semifinals, Zach McCoy snapped a 2-2 tie with 2:05 left and Sam Foulds scored his second goal of the game 12 seconds into the third period as Concord trimmed Reading 4-2; and Jack Allard wore a natural hat in the second period and Noah Page and Shea Adams shared the shutout as Methuen topped NH East 4-0.

In the final, Aiden Ramshaw scored with 9:07 left and then assisted on McCoy’s winner with 6:16 remaining, Nick Martel posting two assists as Concord defeated Methuen 3-1.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Zach McCoy, Concord

 

EAST NATIONAL

The top-seeded Revs won the championship.

In the quarterfinals, Colby Wagner pitched a shutout and Jake O’Brien scored midway through the first period as the Railers AA2 nipped Arlington 2-0; and Jack Duehring scored twice as the Railers A1 downed Framingham 5-0.

In the semifinals, Tom Rider and Cooper Serocki both scored twice as the Revs topped the Railers A1 5-1; and Connor Nee scored what turned out to be the winner with 10 seconds left in the second period and Deven Dunlap had two second-period assists as Dorchester edged the Railers AA2 2-1.

In the final, Alan Grebelsky pitched a shutout, Tiernan Forde scored two goals in nine seconds in the second period and William Scheffel assisted on both as the Revs defeated Dorchester 3-0.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Alan Grebelsky, Revs

 

In the crossover game, McCoy scored in the second period and then came through 46 seconds into overtime – Ranshaw assisting on both – as Concord edged the Revs 2-1.


 

WEST AMERICAN

Ninth-seeded Concord-Carlisle charged all the way to the title.

In play-in games, Noah Thorpe wore the hat and had an assist in Concord-Carlisle’s 5-2 victory over Parkway – Danny Earler with both goals in the loss; Sam Reynolds scored twice and Gabe Coll had two assists as Dedham topped Medford 5-1; and Alden Turner wore the hat, Dean Levanto scored twice and Nolan Maul had two assists in Wellesley’s 7-3 victory over Acton-Boxboro – Ed Ruszczyk with 1-1-2 and Jeuk Jun two assists in the loss.

In the quarterfinals, Lukas Lenkutis had a goal and an assist as Concord-Carlisle edged Newton 2-1; Turner scored 18 seconds into overtime to give Wellesley a 3-2 decision over Needham; Emmet Teahan scored twice as Brookline topped Lynn and Zach Sartori scored twice, Alex Fata posted 1-1-2, Reid Festel had two assists and Dom Deangelis pitched a shutout in Wakefield’s 5-0 victory over Dedham.

In the semifinals, Thorpe, who also had an assist, capped a hat trick eight seconds into overtime to give Concord-Carlisle a 4-3 decision over Brookline – Bennett with 1-1-2 in the win and Teahan all three goals and James Redding assists on two of them in the loss.

In the final, Thorpe’s fourth goal of the game, with 3:54 left, gave Concord-Carlisle a 5-4 victory over Wellesley – Tim Cassidy with three assists in the win and Levanto a goal and an assist in the lineup.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Noah Thorpe, Concord-Carlisle


 

"A"

NORTH AMERICAN

Sixth-seeded Waltham won the championship.

In the quarterfinals, Brenden Donovan scored twice and Aiden Breau pitched a shutout in Waltham’s 4-0 victory over Hyde Park; Andriolo wore the hat and had an assist, Burke scored one goal and dished out three assists, D’Amico posted a goal and two assists, McLean and Robson both scored twice and Geswell and Bonanno both had 1-1-2 in Burlington’s big win over South Boston – Jerry O’Neil with 1-1-2 in the loss; Cole Riley scored twice and James Murphy had two assists as Dorchester topped Southern Maine 4-1; and Pablo Ellsworth pitched a shutout, Dan Tattrie assisted on both goals and Clark Kenzinger scored 62 seconds into the game as Belmont trimmed Lexington/Bedford 2-0.

In the semifinals, Connor Kelleher forced overtime with a goal with 3:17 left in regulation and Waltham edged Dorchester 4-3 in a shootout; and Ellsworth pitched a shutout and Joe Schiapani scored with 6:37 left as Belmont trimmed Burlington 2-0.

In the final, Breau came within 39 seconds of a shutout, William Curler snapped a 1-1 tie with 9:35 left and Matt Korbin had a goal and an assist as Waltham downed Belmont 3-1.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Aiden Breau, Waltham

 

NORTH NATIONAL

No. 4 seed Triboro won the championship.

In a play-in game, Owen Yeaw had an assist and then scored the shootout winner as the Railers edged Andover 3-2.

In the quarterfinals, Andrew Fraser came within 3:41 of a shutout and Max Sullivan had a goal and an assist as Triboro trimmed Wilmington 3-1; Declan Noonan scored with 3:55 left in overtime to give the Railers a 5-4 victory over the Leafs – Connor Hodgkins with two goals and Anthony DiDonna 1-1-2 in the win and Cody Tkaczyk all four goals and Luke Frauton assists on three of them in the loss; Jameson DiModica scored with 49 seconds left to give the Demons a 3-2 decision over Billerica – Matt Gagin with two assists in the win and Dylan Flynn 1-1-2 in the loss; and Jaxon Decker had a goal and two assists, James Brideau posted 1-1-2 and Drew St. Peter also had two assists in North Central’s 6-3 win over the Revs – Sam Wheet and Jacob Barshteyn with 1-1-2 apiece in the loss.

In the semis, Nolan Yusikones had an assist in the game and then scored the shootout winner to give Triboro a 2-1 decision over the Railers – Max Sullivan forcing overtime with a goal with 4:55 left in regulation; and Decker scored the winner in OT as North Central came back from three goals down edged the Demons 4-3 – George Gabriel with all three goals and Rocco Mastrangelo assists on two of them in the loss.

In the final, Fraser pitched a shutout, Sullivan scored twice and Yusikones had two assists as Triboro downed North Central 4-0.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Andrew Fraser, Triboro

 

In the crossover game, Mark Manfredi delivered two goals and an assist, Yusikones also scored twice and Alex Shenouda had two assists in Triboro’s 5-2 victory over Waltham.


 

SOUTH AMERICAN

Fifth-seeded Cape Ann won the title.

In quarterfinal action, Finn Lawler delivered two goals and an assist and Bodin Jobe, Mike Nocella and Derek Ellms all clicked for 1-1-2 in Cape Ann’s 8-3 victory over Lynnfield/Saugus – Joe Soares with 2-1-3 in the loss; Cam Couto scored one goal and handed out three assists, Matt Robbins scored twice and Coreia had 1-1-2 as Everett/Revere downed Natick 5-2 – Matt Maloney with both goals in the loss; Trip Rossetti forced overtime with a goal with 3:23 left and Mark Pollock then came through with 3:27 remaining in the OT to give Agawam a 4-3 decision over S&S; and Ryan Avila pitched a shutout and Mike Burns scored in the second period as Beverly edged Allston/Brighton 2-1.

In the semifinals, Derek Budrow had a goal and an assists in Cape Ann’s 6-3 triumph over Everett/Revere – Coreia with a goal and two assists in the loss; and Sam Craveiro had a goal and a helper as Beverly downed Agawam 4-1.

In the final, Ellms delivered two goals and an assist and Nocella also scored twice in Cape Ann’s 4-1 victory over Beverly 4-1.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Derek Ellms, Cape Ann

 

SOUTH NATIONAL

Second-seeded Triton won the title.

In the quarterfinals, Tim Carter wore the hat and had two assists, Matt Sheehan posted a goal and two assists, Nate Ewell dished out three assists and Andrew Doherty two in Triton’s 6-1 victory over SMS; Josh Batchelder clicked for two goals and an assist, Steve DeFillippo also scored twice and Rylee Smith pitched a shutout as Masco downed Nashoba 6-0; Cole Moore set up two goals and Tyler Cunio scored what proved to be the winner with 7:39 left as the Crusaders edged Greater Lowell 3-2; and Edge A1 trimmed Edge A2 4-2.

In the semifinals, Evan Piscatelli pitched a shutout and Carter ended the combined Cam Grant/Connor Reeves shutout 1:03 into overtime as Triton nipped Edge A1 1-0; and Batchelder scored his second goal of the game and DeFillippo, who also had an assist, followed 38 seconds later late in the second period as Masco edged the Crusaders 3-2.

In the title game, Carter scored twice and Piscatelli pitched a shutout in Triton’s 4-0 win over Masco.

 

PLAYOFF MVPS: Tim Carter and Evan Piscatelli, Triton

 

In the crossover game, Cam Neary scored twice and Sheehan had two assists as Triton nipped Cape Ann 3-2.


 

EAST AMERICAN

No. 1 seeded Burlington won the title.

In play-in games, Mary Duffy had a goal and an assist and Abby Keenan scored what turned out to be the winner in the second period as Somerville trimmed Medford 4-2; Badge, who also had an assist, scored the winner with 3:22 left, Deigman posted 2-1-3, Mathews 1-2-3 and O’Leary 1-1-2 as Medfield nipped Stoneham 5-4 – Carbo with 1-2-3, Preston two goals and Barlow two assists in the loss; Boussy had two assists and Dedek scored what turned out to be the winner with 8:18 left as Needham trimmed Winthrop 3-1; and Ryan Harding scored twice and Steph Maramaldi had 1-1-2 as Wellesley downed Winchester 5-0;

In the quarterfinals, Tom Sampson scored twice, Jacob Frost and Dillon O’Reilly both clicked for 1-1-2 and Chris Busby pitched a shutout in Burlington’s 6-0 victory over Medfield; Max Boni forced OT with the tying goal and then scored with 15 seconds left in overtime to give Needham a 3-2 decision over Arlington; Hunter Tuff scored twice as Wellesley trimmed Somerville 3-1; and Tom Vanesse scored what turned out to be the winner in the second period as the Railders edged Lexington/Bedford 2-1.

In the semifinals, Sampson scored two goals and set up two others and Tom Quinn clicked for 2-1-3 in Burlington’s 7-1 victory over Wellesley; and Zach Zawalich scored twice to help the Railers down Needham 4-1.

In the final, Busby pitched a shutout and Quinn Fallon and A.J. Welch scored 21 seconds apart early as Burlington downed the Railers 2-0.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Chris Busby, Burlington

 

EAST NATIONAL

Fifth-seeded Burlington won the championship.

In play-in games, Robert Kenney scored with 10:44 left and Ryan Trainor’s second goal of the game followed 3:38 later to give Andover a 4-3 decision over Concord – Matt Tetreault with two goals and Logan Daigle two assists in the loss; and Tucker Boys came within 13 seconds of a shutout and Liam Casey had the winner in the first period as NH East edged Danvers 2-1.

In the quarterfinals, Alex Dubow pitched a shutout and Sean Hogan scored early as Wakefield edged Haverhill/Pentucket 1-0; Noah Santucci wore the hat and had an assist, Mike DiBenedetto had 1-1-2 and Tom Joyce two assists in Reading’s 6-3 victory over North Andover – Cole Ventre and Tom Veasy 1-01-2 apiece in the loss; Patrick Hall had 1-2-3 early as Billerica edged NH East 4-3 in a shootout – Cam Larcome with 1-1-2 in 20 seconds in the first period, all six regulation goals scored in the first period; and Aidan MacDonald had 2-1-3, Anthony Angiuoni 1-1-3 and Matt Calouro the shutout in Tewksbury’s 4-0 win over Andover.

In the semifinals, Hogan’s second goal of the game, with 4:40 left, was the winner, and Zach Laverdure had two assists in Wakefield’s 3-2 decision over Tewksbury; and Jake Amaroso scored twice as Billerica nipped Reading 4-3 – Andrew Pucci with two goals in the loss.

In the final, John Dalessandro had a goal and an assist in a three-goal second period that lifted Wakefield past Billerica 3-2.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Alex Dubow, Wakefield

 

In the crossover game, Welch scored four goals and set up another, O’Reilly scored one goal and dished out four assists, Devin McCabe posted 1-2-3, Billy Flett also had two assists and Busby pitched a shutout in Burlington’s big win over Wakefield.


 

WEST AMERICAN

Third-seeded Melrose captured the title.

In the quarterfinals, Ben Megan had 1-1-2 as Concord-Carlisle scored a 4-3 shootout win over Brookline – Isaac Brendl with 2-1-3, including a goal with 40 seconds left in regulation to force overtime, in the loss; Jimmy Gibbons scored the winner with 4:17 left in overtime and Jack Hanlan had 2-1-3 as Dorchester edged Belmont 3-2 – No. 13 with 1-1-2 in the loss; and Kyle Hayes wore the hat and added two assists, Sasha Sevastyanov scored one goal and handed out three assists, Jason Pino scored twice, Joey Zama-Lenfest posted two assists and Aaron Al-Marayati and JoJo Smith shared the shutout as Melrose downed Parkway 8-0.

In the semifinals, Danny Dussault had a goal and two assists, Pino scored twice and the two goalie combined on the shutout as Melrose topped Concord-Carlisle 4-0; and Jack Walmsley scored with 1:36 left in overtime to give Cambridge a 3-2 decision over Dorchester – Nick Higgins with all three goals and Hanlan two assists in the loss.

In the final, Tommy Waden scored with one second left in overtime to give Melrose a 2-1 decision over Cambridge – Jack Kiernan with assists on both goals and Dussault a tying goal with 5:21 left in regulation in the win.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Tommy Waden, Melrose

 

WEST NATIONAL

Sixth-seeded Beverly won the title.

In the quarterfinals, Matt Smith scored a minute into overtime to give Triboro a 2-1 decision over Twin City – Nick Southey with a goal and an assist in the loss; No. 24 scored with 53 seconds left to give Framingham a 4-3 victory over Acton-Boxboro – Louie Walls with two goals in the win; Forget scored the winner with 5:31 left as the Revs edged the Leafs 3-2; and McWilliams’ second goal of the game, 26 seconds into overtime, gave the Railers a 2-1 decision over Waltham.

In the semifinals, Barrett and Gowthaman both scored one goal and set up two others and Fraser pitched a shutout in Triboro’s 5-0 victory over Framingham; and Rossi ended Wyatt Cutler’s shutout 25 seconds into overtime and Karally pitched a shutout as the Railers edged the Revs 1-0.

In the final, Barrett scored twice as Triboro downed the Railers 3-1.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Andrew Fraser, Triboro

 

In the crossover game, Mike Kelly scored the winner in the second period as Melrose edged Triboro 2-1.

 

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

  

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Joe Boyden
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Assistant Coach:
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Assistant Coach:
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PLAYERS
Contact Report
 #  First Name  Last Name
 40  Shea  Adams
 18  Jack  Allard
 4  Lucas  Bonanno
 47  keegan  boyden
 91  Christopher  Dimaggio
 34  JUSTIN  DUCKETT
 77  Dante  Gentile
 88  Colin  Grimley
 12  Marc  Hebbelinck
 87  Cody  Incropera
 10  Cameron  Katzenberger
 86  Lukas  Kulbis-Marino
 21  Cole  Lambert
 17  Gabriel  Lozowski
 35  Noah  Page
 33  Adam  Proietti
 37  Nicholas  Sanguedolce
 3  Kolbe  Vachon

STANDINGS
Bantam East American - AA
W L T Pct
 Methuen "AA"  23  9  5  0.689
 Reading "AA"  16  10  2  0.607
 Concord "AA"  13  10  4  0.556
 NH East "AA"  11  13  3  0.463
 Winchester "AA"  11  18  6  0.400
 Amesbury "AA"  7  13  7  0.389
 Haverhill "AA2"  6  17  4  0.296

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