WHITE NORTH AMERICAN
Top-seeded Waltham took home the title. In the first round, Mike Driscoll pitched a shutout and Ryan Gallagher scored early as No. 4 Reading edged No. 5 Chelmsford 1-0. In the semifinals, William Schmidlein scored with 55 seconds left in overtime to give Waltham a 3-2 victory over Reading, which got a goal from Dan Cranitch with 4:17 left in regulation to force overtime; and Aiden Steckel forced OT with a goal with 8:16 left and then had the deciding goal in the second round of the shootout to give No. 2 Winchester a 2-1 decision over No. 3 Burlington. In the championship game, Mike Jones and Carson Takaoka both had 1-1-2 in Waltham’s 6-3 victory over Winchester, which got 1-1-2 from Steckel.
PLAYOFF MVP: Aiden Steckel, Winchester
WHITE NORTH NATIONAL
The No. 4 Maine Renegades won the championship. In the quarterfinals, Dustin Larochelle set up three goals and Cody Doyon and Andrew Keith both scored twice as the Renegades stopped No. 5 NH East, 6-3; and Cam Dube scored 19 seconds into overtime, after Tom Tocci forced OT with 3:31 left in regulation, and No. 3 Casco Bay nipped No. 6 Arlington, 3-2. IN the semifinals, Hunter Mahoney scored with 2:12 left in overtime to give the Renegades a 2-1 decision over Concord; and Henry Norris scored four goals and Cam Dube had 1-1-2 in Casco Bay’s 7-0 win over Groton. In the title game, Keith wore the hat, Cole Ouellette had 1-2-3 and Gordie Ide lost a shutout bhid when Norris scored in 3:48 left as the Renegades beat Casco Bay, 5-1.
PLAYOFF MVP: Andrew Keith, Renagades
In the crossover game, Doyon posted 1-2-3 and Ouellette and Drew Eid both scored twice as the Renegades defeated Waltham, 7-2.
WHITE SOUTH AMERICAN
No. 3 Masco was the playoff winner. In the first round, Tommy Worob scored the winner with 10:17 left, Josh Buske posted 1-1-2 and Nathan Dimeco had two assists as No. 4 Wilmington trimmed No. 5 Andover, 4-3 – Luke McQuaide with 1-1-2 in the loss. In the semifinals, Nathan Bargman scored with 3:57 left and again with 1:48 on the clock to give Masco a 3-2 decision over No. 2 Agawam, which got both goals from Mikey Gillis and two assists from Gavin Cann; an Alex Graves scored four goals and assisted on another, Chris Lattini also wore the hat and hard an assists and Andrius Kulbis-Marino had two assists as No. 1 Methuen scored a big win over Wilmington. In the title game, Sam Paci and Kenny Hodge shared the shutout and Tommy Bennett scored early in the second period as Masco edged Methuen, 1-0.
PLAYOFF MVPS: Sam Paci, Kenny Hodge, Masco
WHITE SOUTH NATIONAL
No. 4 Newburyport won the title. In the quarterfinals, Newburyport defeated No. 5 Saugus, 6-4; and Zach Gordon scored what turned out to be the winning goal in the second period as No. 3 Newton stopped the No. 6 Wizards, 2-1. In the semifinals, Dylan Rogers scored with 2:53 left in overtime to give Newburyport a 5-4 win over No. 1 Cape Ann – Jackson Sidford with 1-2-3 and Owen Bradbury and Kevin Murphy 1-1-2 apiece in the win and Liam Lyons and Sal Costanzo with two goals apiece in the loss; and Pat Scanlon scored with 2:29 left in overtime to give No. 2 North Reading a 2-1 win over Newton. In the title game, No. 12 scored with 2:50 left to give Newburyport a 3-2 decision over North Reading.
PLAYOFF MVP: Jackson Sidford, Newburyport
BLUE NORTH AMERICAN
No. 6 Melrose won the title. In the quarterfinals, Shea Champagne scored with 1:40 left in overtime and Derek DiRaffaele had 1-2-3 as Melrose edged No. 3 Medford, 3-2; and Soltan scored twice and No. 4 Woburn topped No. 5 Waltham, 4-1. In the semifinals, Champagne wore a natural hat and had two assists, DiRaffaele scored twice, Mike Saracco had 1-1-2 and Shane Correale two assists as Melrose defeated No. 2 Wakefield, 10-3 – Try Collins with 1-1-2 in the loss; and Chris Leary’s second goal of the game, with 1:13 left, was the winner and Joe Hegarty posted 1-1-2 as No. 1 Lexington/Bedford beat Woburn, 4-3. In the final game, Champagne and Corbin White both posted 1-1-2 as Melrose defeated Lexington/Bedford, 5-2.
PLAYOFF MVP: Shea Champagne, Melrose
BLUE NORTH NATIONAL
Top-seeded Malden won the title. In the quarterfinals, Hunter Soucy had as assist in regulation and the deciding goal in the shootout as the No. 5 Gladiators edged No. 4 Marblehead, 4-3 – Nick Karoack forcing OT with his second goal of the game with one second left in regulation and Jacob Garfield chipping in with 1-1-2 in the loss; and Zac Elwell wore a natural hat in the third period, Tommy Cash had 1-1-2 and Sean Devon two assists in No. 3 Lynn’s 6-3 victory over No. 6 Stoneham, which got 1-1-2 from Jake Burridge. In the semifinals; Ryan Noonan scored twice, Nick Salgado had 1-1-2 and Anthony Giuliano lost a shutout when Brady Guimond scored with 1:11 left in Malden’s 6-1 win over the Gladiarors; and Travis Ryan scored with 2:36 left in overtime, Devon scored twice and Elwell had two assists in Lynn’s 5-4 decision over No. 2 Casco Bay, which got 2-1-3 from Mason Martell. In the title game, Noonan wore the hat and had an assist, Louis Staffieri posted 2-2-4, Nick Capillo 1-3-4 and Anthony Cecca two assists in Malden’s 10-5 victory over Lynn, which got four goals and an assist from Devon and two assists from Nicky Kersetn.
PLAYOFF MVPS: Ryan Noonan, Malden, Sean Devon, Lynn
In the crossover game, Salgado had 1-1-2 and the only shootout goal, Noonan also had 1-1-2 and Giuliano was a perfect 5-for-5 against the shootout as Malden edged Melrose, 4-3 – Champagne with two goals in the loss, one on a penalty shot.
BLUE SOUTH NATIONAL
No. 2 Nashua won the championship. In the quarterfinals, Ezekiel Telemaco pitched a shutout and Santanello scored in the first period as No. 5 S&S nipped No. 4 Lynnfield, 2-0; and Connor Viviano scored late in the first period and No. 6 PAT edged No. 3 Winthrop, 2-0. In the semifinals, Dan Coyle had 2-1-3, Charlie Sebastyn 1-1-2, Mark Engholm two assists and Nick Hadley the shutout in goal in Nashua’s 5-0 victory over PAT; and Telemaco pitched another shutout and Shamus Lombard scored in the second period as S&S nipped No. 1 North Andover, 2-0. In the title game, Coyle and Sebastyn both had 2-1-3, Engholm added two assists and Hadley pitched another shutout in Nashua’s 4-0 win over S&S.
PLAYOFF MVP: Nick Hadley, Nashua
RED NORTH AMERICAN
Top-seeded Triton won the title. In the first round, Mike Strazzone’s goal 34 seconds into the second period turned out to be the winner as No. 5 Reading edged No. 4 Tewksbury, 4-1. In the semifinals, Aidan Breen’s second goal of the game snapped a 2-2 tie with 10:25 left and Mike Borrelli also scored twice in Salem’s 5-2 win over Reading; and Sam Rennick’s goal with 20 seconds left in the second period turned out to be the winner and Jason Corsetti posted 1-2-3 as No. 3 Triton topped No. 2 Burlington, 3-2 – Zachary Glantz with 1-1-2 and Evan Noonan two assists in the loss. In the title game. Justin Lamb had the deciding goal and Paddy Capsalis stopped 4-of-5 shots in the shootout as Salem edged Triton, 2-1.
PLAYOFF MVP: Paddy Capsalis, Salem
RED NORTH NATIONAL
No. 4 Danvers won the championship. In the first round, Robert Tibbetts forced overtime with a goal with 30 seconds left in regulation and then scored in the shootout and Jared Arnold scored twice as Danvers edged No 5 Nashoba, 3-2; Kevin Demore (1-1-2), Briam Amedio and Pat Keegan scored in a 1:34 span late to give No. 2 Watertown a 3-2 win over No. 7 Beverly; and Vincent Giordano (1-1-2), Tyler Campbell (1-3-4) and Jack Ouellete (1-1-2) scored in a 1:29 span of the third period, two of the goals coming seven seconds apart, Tom Long had 1-2-3, Trevor Boys scored twice and Kyle Bellemore 1-1-2 as No. 3 Haverhill/Pentucket edged No. 6 Arlington, 8-6 – Mark DeCourcey and John Gallagher with 1-1-2 apiece and James Bradley with two assists in the loss. In the semifinals, Tibbetts had 1-1-2 and Jake Gamble two assists as Danvers trimmed No. 1 Concord-Carlisle, 3-1; and Keegan wore the hat, No. 9 had 2-1-3, Demore three assists, Sal Caterina two goals, Drew Chase 1-1-2 and Tim Connors two assists in Watertown’s 8-2 win over Haverhill/Pentucket. In the title game, Tibbetts wore a natural hat in a 3:20 span of the first period en route to a four-goal game as Danvers beat Watertown, 4-2 – Demore with 1-1-2 in the loss.
PLAYOFF MVP: Robert Tibbetts, Danvers
In the crossover game, Breen wore the hat, Mason Varcoe had three assists and Capsalis the shutout in Salem’s 4-0 win over Danvers.
RED SOUTH AMERICAN
Top-seeded Melrose won the title. In the first round, Henry Sergenian scored twice and David Paine had 1-1-2 in No. 2 Winchester’s 4-2 victory over No. 7 Wilmington, which got two goals from David Peterson; Jeff Zaeder and Mike Slattery scored 1:25 apart as No. 3 Andover edged No. 6 Lexington/Bedford, 2-1; and Pat Cooper scored twice and Connor O’Malley had 1-1-2 in No. 4 Methuen’s 5-3 victory over No. 5 Chelmsford. In the semifinals, Colin Kiernan of Melrose and Sean Bates of Methuen matched shutouts in regulation and Anthony Ventura had the deciding goal in a 4-1 shootout as Melrose edged Methuen, 1-0; and Owen McGowan tied the game with 2:21 left and Henry Lawrence then won it with 38 seconds on the clock as Winchester pulled out a 5-4 win over Andover – Sergenian with 1-1-2 and Ethan Massat two assists in the win and Jack Rickards two goals in the loss. In the championship game, Stephen Buckley (1-1-2) and Liam O’Donnell scored 1:21 apart in the second period and Kiernan lost a shutout when Devin Marrocco scored with nine seconds left as Melrose beat Winchester, 4-1.
PLAYOFF MVP: Colin Kiernan, Melrose
RED SOUTH NATIONAL
No. 2 Everett/Revere won the title. In the quarterfinals, Chris Francoeur scored twice and Tim O’Neil had two assists as No. 3 Amesbury defeated No. 6 North Reading, 5-2; and Caroline Kukas pitched a shutout and Annie Richards scored with 12 seconds left in the second period as the No. 5 NS Vipers edged the No. 4 Wizards, 1-0. In the semifinals, Brian Bessler had 2-2-4, Jason Loeser and Jack MacLaughlin each posted 1-2-3 and Chris Anderson 1-1-2 as Everett/Revere outlasted Amesbury, 9-7, despite four goals and an assist by Ian Ring, 1-3-4 by Tyler Pouliot and 1-1-2 by Chris Francoeur; and No. 1 Marblehead topped the Vipers, 7-0 as Alex Rosen scored twice, Griffin Worth and Paul Duffy both posted 1-1-2 and Bobby McCloskey pitched a shutout. In the final game, Bessler (1-1-2) forced overtime with 43 seconds left, Ryan Snook scored twice and E/R took the shootout, 3-2, to score a 6-5 win over Marblehead, which got 2-2-4 from Tim Honan, 2-1-3 from Zach Titus and two assists from Brooke Keough.
PLAYOFF MVP: Brian Bessler, Everett/Revere
In the crossover game, Liam O’Donnell posted 2-2-4, including what turned out to be the winning goal with 6:33 left, and Buckley also scored twice as Melrose edged Everett/Revere, 5-4 – Bessler wearing the hat and adding an assist and Jack McLaughlin posting two assists in the loss.
SILVER NORTH AMERICAN
Top-seeded Masco won the title. In the first round, Brendan Donovan forced overtime with 1:34 left, Kevin Holt had the deciding goal in the second round of the shootout and Kevin Luikey yielded just two goals in 10 shootout attempts as No. 4 Reading nipped No. 5 Woburn, 2-1. In the semifinals, Shane Hancox posted 2-1-3, Alexa Matses and Jake Tveter both had 1-2-3, Dan McNamara also scored twice and Dave Gaudin had 1-1-2 in Masco’s 9-3 win over Reading, which got 1-1-2 apiece from Brendan Donovan and Matt Tighe; and Shaw scored twice and Kennedy had 1-1-2 in No. 3 Wakefield’s 5-3 win over No. 2 Andover, which got two goals from Scott Dalton. In the title game, McNamara posted 2-1-3 and Matses 1-1-2 in Masco’s 6-1 win over Wakefield.
PLAYOFF MVPS: Alexa Matses, Dan McNamara, Masco
SILVER NORTH NATIONAL
No. 2 Nashua won the championship. In the quarterfinals, Owen Dubois wore a natural hat in the third period and Josh Soucy also wore a hat in No. 1 Portland’s 7-1 win over No. 8 Newton; Cam Sheedy scored twice in regulation and then had the deciding goal in the shootout and Pat McGrath had 1-1-2 as No. 2 Nashua edged No. 7 Waltham, 4-3 – Cam Antonellis forcing OT with 1:10 left and Jack Griffith adding 1-1-2 in the loss; Tom Murphy pitched a shutout and Kevin Brennan scored twice as No. 6 Newburyport beat No. 3 Groton, 3-0; and Robbie Horne scored the winner in overtime to give No. 5 Cape Ann a 3-2 win over No. 4 Nashoba, which forced OT on Sean McCarthy’s second goal of the game with 2:08 left. In the semifinals, Mike Talbot tied the game with 3:26 left and Sheedy then scored with 58 seconds remaining to give Nashua a 2-1 decision over Newburyport; and Dubois scored twice and Aimely Michaud-Nolan added two assists in Portland’s 5-2 win over Cape Ann, which got both goals from John Mondello. In the title game, McGrath scored twice, delivering what proved to be the winner 49 seconds into the third period, and Elise Yarboudy had two assists in Nashua’s 5-3 victory over Portland.
PLAYOFF MVP: Cam Sheedy, Nashua
In the crossover game, McNamara posted 1-3-4, Tveter had 2-1-3 and Gotts two goals in Masco’s 5-3 win over Nashua, which got two goals from McGrath.
SILVER SOUTH NATIONAL
Top-seeded Salem won the title. In the first round, Billy Crowley wore the hat and had an assist, posting 2-1-3 in a 2:36 span late in No. 2 Medford’s 4-2 win over No. 7 Stoneham, which got 1-1-2 from Nick Ryan; Caroline Benson had 2-1-3 and the No. 4 Andover Girls beat No. 3 Agawam, 4-1; and Nassar and Oliveri scored 34 seconds apart late in the second period but No. 5 North Andover needed a 3-1 shootout win to beat No. 4 Arlington, 3-2. In the semifinals, Eric Defelice (1-2-3) had what proved to be the winning goal with 2:14 left, Mike Vicente scored twice and Ian Krikorian posted 1-1-2 in Salem’s 5-3 win over North Andover, which got 1-1-2 from Samse; and Cortney Pierre had 1-2-3 as the Andover Girls beat Medford, 4-2, despite two goals from John Michael Keating. In the title game, Pat Hare’s second goal of the game, with 10:36 left, gave Salem a 2-1 decision over the Andover Girls.
PLAYOFF MVP: Pat Hare, Salem
GOLD NORTH AMERICAN
No. 3 Winchester was the winner. In the first round, Matt Pescatore scored two goals in 24 seconds late in the second period as No. 5 Tewksbury nipped No. 4 Burlington, 3-1. In the semifinals, Charles Smyth had what proved to be the winner early in the second period of Winchester’s 3-1 victory over No. 2 Acton-Boxboro; and Kayleigh Mahoney sent the game into overtime with a goal with 5:38 left but Tewksbury won the shootout and pulled out a 3-2 win over the No. 1 Wizards. In the championship game, Nolan Butler scored twice and Scott Murphy had two assists in Winchester’s 4-2 win over Tewksbury, which got 1-1-2 from Kyle Lombardo.
PLAYOFF MVP: Nolan Butler, Winchester
GOLD NORTH NATIONAL
No. 2 Saugus won the title. In the quarterfinals, Nick Parent’s second goal of the game, with 5:18 left, was the winner and Mike Willis and Anthony DiMaggio both had 1-1-2 as No. 6 Haverhill/Pentucket beat No. 3 Watertown, 4-3 – Jake Miller with all three goals and John Shea and Devin Cotter two assists apiece in the loss; and Ryan Thibault wore the hat and had four assists, Jake Lane also wore the hat, with one assist, Kyle Therrien set up four goals, Cole Spence had 1-2-3, Nathan Walsh added two assists and Owen Marshal lost a shutout bid when Brian Clougherty scored with 1:25 left in No. 5 Newburyport’s 8-1 win over No. 4 Lynn. In the semifinals, Joe Lemoure scored the deciding goal of the shootout and Nick Durbano scored twice in regulation as Saugus edged Haverhill/Pentucket, 4-3 – Mike Willis with two assists and a shootout goal in the loss; and Angelina Joyce snapped a 2-2 tie with her second goal of the game, with 5:29 left as the No. 1 Newton Girls nipped Newburyport, 4-2. In the title game, Ryan Granara had two assists and Christian Heffernan snapped a 1-1 tie with 6:30 left as Saugus beat Newton, 3-1.
PLAYOFF MVP: Ryan Thibault, Newburyport
In the crossover game, Robert Stoica had 1-1-2 and Lemoure two assists as Saugus topped Winchester, 5-2.
GOLD SOUTH AMERICAN
Top-seeded Methuen won the title. In the first round, Adam Berger (1-1-2) and Dawson Taylor scored 3:42 apart in the third period to give No. 5 Greater Lowell a 3-2 decision over No. 4 Melrose, which got two goals from Maguire. In the semifinals, Sam Perry pitched a shutout and Kevin Griskevich scored with 6:41 left to give Methuen a 1-0 win over Greater Lowell; and Brock Roy had the deciding goal in the shootout and Schuyler Cummings posted 1-1-2 as No. 3 Triton edged No. 2 Chelmsford, 4-3 – Chad Lizine forcing OT with 1:51 left, Will Bazemore posting 1-1-2 and Connor Walsh two assists in the loss. In the title game, Matt Lane wore the hat and Zachary Beeley had 1-1-2 in Methuen’s 5-1 win over Triton.
PLAYOFF MVP: Sam Perry, Methuen
GOLD SOUTH NATIONAL
Top-seeded Winthrop won the championship. In the first round, Pat Millar scored the winner with 1:03 left and Cooper Jacques had 1-1-2 as No. 5 Lynnfield edged No. 4 Cape Ann, 2-1. In the semifinals, Pat Sennott pitched a shutout and John Rogowicz scored twice in Winthrop’s 2-0 win over Lynnfield; and Dave McCabe wore the hat and had an assists in No. 2 Newton’s 6-0 win over No. 3 Danvers. In the title game, Matt Capone and Kira Iacopucci both scored twice and Ashley Miles had 1-1-2 in Winthrop’s 6-3 victory over Newton.
PLAYOFF MVP: Pat Sennott, Winthrop
In the crossover game, Griskevich and Josh Small both posted 2-1-3 and Lane had 1-1-2 in Methuen’s 7-3 victory over Winthrop.
GRAY NORTH NATIONAL
No. 3 Peabody won the title. In the first round, Jacob Bettencourt had 1-1-2 in Peabody’s 4-0 win over No. 6 S&S; Zachary Brissettt scored two goals in the final 15 seconds to give No. 7 Wakefield a 4-2 win over No. 2 PAT; and Noah Melker had 1-1-2 and No. 4 Nashua clipped No. 5 Groton, 4-2. In the semifinals, Brandon Muise had what proved to be the winner with 6:23 left and Zack DeFreitas scored twice as Peabody edged Wakefield, 4-3 – Brissette with two goals and Matt Farrell two assists in the loss; and Adam Winter wore the hat, Tom O’Brien set up three goals and Gavin Prough had 1-1-2 as No. 1 Lexington/Bedford beat Nashua, 8-1. In the title game, Muise scored four goals in Peabody’s 5-3 win over Lexington/Bedford, which got 1-1-2 from Winter.
PLAYOFF MVP: Brandon Muise, Peabody
GRAY SOUTH AMERICAN
No. 3 Andover took home the crown. In the quarterfinals, William Hamilton scored the winner with eight seconds left and Matt Garesche had 2-1-3 as Andover edged No. 6 Woburn, 4-3; and Cole Esposito and Nick Limone both had 2-1-3 and Dylan Campbell added two assists in No. 4 Masco’s 6-4 victory over No. 5 Wilmington, which got two goals from Olivia Wingate and two assists from Ellen Farrell. In the semifinals, Romano Duncan’s second goal of the game, with 2:25 left, proved to be the winner and Hamilton had 2-1-3 in Andover’s 4-3 win over Burlington, which got all three goals from Blazgowski. In the title game, Duncan had 2-1-3, Hamilton also scored twice and Brady Hale had 1-1-2 in Andover’s 6-1 win over Reading.
PLAYOFF MVP: William Hamilton, Andover
GRAY SOUTH NATIONAL
No. 3 Agawam won the title. In the play-in game, Zelikman scored with 4:33 left to give No. 9 North Reading a 2-1 decision over No. 8 Newburyport. In the quarterfinals, No. 1 Nashoba beat North Reading, 5-3 (missing game sheet); No. 2 Waltham topped No. 7 Amesbury, 7-2 (missing game sheet); Christian Fabbri posted 2-2-4 and Mark Roselli 1-1-2 in No. 3 Agawam’s 5-3 win over No. 6 Marblehead, 5-3; and Garrett Hughey’s second goal of the game, with 4:57 left, gave No. 5 Beverly a 3-2 decision over No. 4 Saugus. In the semifinals, Drew Beaulieu pitched a shutout and Connor Gilligan scored in the second period of Agawam’s 1-0 win over Waltham; and Dan Mills set up three goals and Ben Golash had 1-1-2 in Nashoba’s 4-1 win over Beverly. In the title game, Beaulieu pitched another shutout, Chris Fabbri scored twice and Gilligan had 1-1-2 in Agawam’s 4-0 win over Nashoba.
PLAYOFF MVP: Drew Beaulieu, Agawam
In the crossover game, Henry Jones had an assist in regulation and the deciding goal in the shootout and Duncan scored twice as Agawam edged Andover, 3-2
BLACK NORTH NATIONAL
Top-seeded North Andover won the title. In the quarterfinals, KC Dean delivered 2-1-3, Adi Baruah also scored twice and Jack McDermott had two assists in North Andover’s 5-2 victory over No. 8 Methuen; Tom Shields and Charlie Femino shared the shutout and Christian Crowley scored early as No. 7 Melrose edged No. 2 Medford, 1-0; Connor Dirks and Alexis Saia both scored twice and No. 3 Stoneham stopped No. 6 Newton, 5-1; and Ricky Welch wore the hat and had an assist, Matt Romagna posted 1-1-2 and Mike Surabian had two assists as No. 4 Winchester clipped No. 5 Haverhill/Pentucket, 4-2. In the semifinals, Baruah scored with a minute left in overtime to give North Andover a 3-2 decision over Winchester; and Jenna Bragalone had 1-1-2 and Cam Russo scored early in Stoneham’s 3-0 win over Melrose. In the title game, Anthony Daloia’s goal with 23 seconds left in the second period made it 3-0 and North Andover survived goals by Dirks and Saia 49 seconds apart in the third period to pull out a 3-2 victory over Stoneham.
PLAYOFF MVP: Adit Baruah, North Andover