John Francini and Cam Daly scored 11 seconds apart in the third period midway through the third period to give the West a 6-5 decision over the South – Mike Nigro with two goals in the second and Tom Quin two assists in the win and Henry Butte a hat trick and Liam Flaherty two assists in the loss; and Ellegood wore the hat, Weitzman scored twice, Cooke, Juliano and McSweeney all posted a goal and an assist, Laramie had two assists and Utter and White shared the shutout as the East scored a big win over the North.
Tewksbury had two wins and a tie and Winchester also won twice. Matt Cooke scored twice and Conor Cremin and Brady Chapman both had a goal and an assist in Tewksbury’s 4-1 victory over Triton; Cooke scored twice and Cremin scored what turned out to be the winner with 5:09 left in the second period as Tewksbury edged Reading 5-4, Ben McGilvray with two assists in the loss – and Mike Corbett scored the tying goal with 7:27 left and Steve Kilcoyne scored twice as Belmont pulled out a 3-3 tie with Tewksbury, Chapman with a goal and two assists and Cooke a goal and an assist for Tewksbury; Mike Nigro and Carson Muse both scored twice and Brett Streckenbach pitched a shutout in Winchester’s 5-0 triumph over Concord – and Nigro clicked for two goals and an assist and Tyler Ulwick posted 1-1-2 in a 5-2 win over Andover;
Tyler Egan scored twice in Triton’s 4-1 victory over Reading; and Brendan Heppler pitched a shutout and Dawson Fancher ended Marco Picano’s shutout bid with 3:56 left as Concord edged Reading 1-0.
In the North, Cole Ullrich scored with 1:33 left to give the Maine Academy a 2-2 tie with Marblehead; and Cormier dished out five assists, Egan wore the hat and Losier and George both scored twice in Waltham’s 7-2 win over Acton-Boxboro;
Wakefield, Newburyport and SMS all won twice and Wellesley wore a pair of ties in the South. Lucas Kehoe, who also had an assist, scored two late goals 1:17 apart to give Wakefield a 7-6 decision over Charlestown, Marcus Guida with a hat trick, Joe Gaffney also with two goals and an assist and Brian Purcell three assists in the win and Steve Fabinol a goal and three assists and Mike McLaughlin two goals and an assist in the loss – and Kehoe snapped a 3-3 tie with 7:32 left and Mike Arria scored twice as Wakefield topped Arlington 5-3, Jake Kerble with two goals and Lian Rey 1-1-2 in the loss; Braeden Currie and Owen Kreuz both scored one goal and dished out three assists, Jack Sullivan and Chris Salvatore both posted 1-2-3 and Kane Brennan scored twice in Newburyport’s 10-4 victory over Winthrop, Jack Andy and Pete Silverman with 1-1-2 apiece in the loss – and Mike Rinaldi and Brennan both delivered two goals and two assists, Salvatore had 2-1-3 and Ronan Donovan 1-1-2 in a big win over Woburn; Matt Mahoney scored twice and Josh Weig netted the winner with 8:50 left as SMS rallied from two goals down and edged Framingham 3-2, Kaveney with both goals in the loss – and Weig came through with 2-1-3, Jacob Kulas had 1-2-3 and Eli Klappenbach two assists as SMS scored four in the second period and topped Hyde Park 6-2; Wellesley’s Max McDonough and Triboro’s Evan Kondylias traded late first-period goals and the teams went on to a 1-1 tie – and Aiden Barclay scored with 1:44 left to give Natick a 5-5 tie with Wellesley, Brendan MacDonnell with two goals and William Chase two assists for Natick and Ryan Nadeau two goals and Austin Lynch 1-1-2 for Wellesley;
Joe Rich snapped a 2-2 tie with five seconds left in the second period and added an assist as Winthrop downed Andover 5-2; and Marcel Joe scored four goals, Pat Layman also wore a hat, Sam Marad handed out three assists and Jacob Riley two in Andover’s 9-4 victory over Charlestown – Fabiano and McLaughlin with 2-2-4 apiece in the loss.
Burlington won three times and Winchester (one loss) and Lynnfield/Saugus both won twice in the North. Alan Weitzman and Jacob Frost both posted a goal and an assist and Mia Lauder capped her team’s five-goal second period with the goal that turned out to be the winner with eight seconds left in the period as Burlington nipped Brookline 5-4, Elias Brendel with two goals in the loss; Weitzman scored five goals and set up another, James Burke had 1-1-2 and Charlie Hanafin two assists in a 9-6 triumph over Peabody, Timmy Smatana with four goals, Brady Leonard 1-2-3 and Nicky Muse two assists in the loss – and Ryan Kane scored twice in a 3-1 victory over Winchester; Harrison McAuliffe scored twice in Winchester’s 3-1 victory over Brookline – and Tyler Garmey pitched a shutout and Gavin Hudson scored with 6:29 left in a 1-0 decision over Lexington/Bedford; Owen Keefe’s second goal of the game, with 7:15 left, turned out to be the winner as Lynnfield/Saugus edged Brookline 3-2, Brendel with 1-1-2 in the loss – and Vin Benvenuto scored the winner with 5:03 remaining, Jack Carpenter scored two goals in 1:59 of the first period and Drew Carney had two assists in a 3-2 win over North Andover;
Anthony Tassone scored twice, Kyle D’Auteuil posted a goal and an assist and Mike Desmarais two assists as Greater Lowell topped Wilmington 5-2; Bongiorno clicked for 2-2-4, Antiss had 2-1-3, Bernier also scored twice and Woodlock also had two assists as Chelmsford downed Nashoba 7-2; Joe Young (2-2-4) and Dom Cerundolo (2-1-3) scored 2:17 apart midway through the third period and Young then came through with 1:45 remaining to give Masco a 4-3 decision over Nashoba – Cam Daley with 1-1-2 in the loss; Muse scored his second and third goals of the game, to go with two assists, late to give Peabody a 6-4 victory over North Andover – Losco and No, 34 with two goals apiece in the loss; Jack Beauregard scored four goals and Teddy Spanos dished out two assists as the Sharks downed Greater Lowell 5-2 – Sean Gray with both goals in the loss; and Fitzpatrick’s second goal of the game, with 8:35 left, proved to be the winner and Dyer had two assists as North Andover edged Lexington/Bedford 4-3 – Sam Campbell with 1-1-2 in the loss.
Waltham, Melrose and Twin City all won twice in the South. Mitch Kavey and Phil Sarkissian both scored twice, Nick Maxley had two assists and Waltham scored three goals in 1:57 early in the third period and trimmed SMS 4-3, Nate Venis with 2-1-3 in the loss – and Kavey dished out three assists and James Osborn and Matt Walsh both scored twice in a 4-1 win over Watertown; Jonathan Viliott wore the hat and he and Brendan Healey scored 1:38 apart early in the third period to give Melrose a 5-3 victory over NH East, Andrew Bossi and Noah Tanguay with 1-1-2 apiece in the loss – and Colin Fahney scored four goals, Jack Wright posted 1-2-3 and Healey three assists in a 6-3 win over Reading, Joe Castelli with two goals and Johnny Tighe 1-1-2 in the loss; Colby Julsonnet and Ryan May both scored twice in Twin City’s 5-2 victory over SMS – and Sam Eichman scored twice and Willem Dumais, Julsonet and May all had 1-1-2 in an 8-1 triumph over Cambridge;
Harry Sheel’s second goa of the game, 25 seconds into the third period, gave Stoneham a 2-2 tie with Somerville; Kyle Welch snapped a 3-3 tie with 3:20 left as Cambridge slipped by Concord-Carlisle 5-3; James Murphy broke a 1-1 tie with 3:52 left in the second period and Wakefield went on to a 3-1 win over Stoneham; James Francini clicked for 2-1-3, Lucas DeMarco had 1-1-2 and Concord-Carlisle scored four times in the second period and downed Needham 5-3; Owen DuRoss (one assist) scored with a minute left and Tom Creonte followed with 4.7 seconds on the clock to give Medfield a 4-4 tie with Triboro – Quinn Salvin with 2-1-3 for Triboro; and Luke Yurasitis delivered 1-2-3, Kevin Flaherty scored twice and Brian Deterdins pitched a shutout in Medford’s 4-0 win over Somerville.
Billerica, Malden/East Boston (one loss) and Wakefield all won twice in the East. Tyler Normant dished out four assists and Nick Isnor scored twice in Billerica’s 5-1 victory over Acton-Boxboro – and Mike Cedrone pitched a shutout and Mike Yorba scored early in the 3-0 win over Framingham; Will Fosdick scored four goals, Ryan Thomas had 1-1-2 and both teams scored five goals in a wild second period of Malden/East Boston’s 7-5 win over South Boston, Nolan Young with two goals and Steve Flynn two assists in the loss – and Fosdick clicked for 2-1-3 and Chad Robertson had 1-1-2 in a 7-2 triumph over Allston/Brighton, Emmett Bellow with two assists in the loss; Ryan Sallee handed out three assists, Zach Laverdue scored twice and Chippie Holleran had 1-1-2 in Wakefield’s 6-4 victory over Malden/East Boston, Jake Simpson with 1-2-3 and Fosdick two goals in the loss – and Cam Jaena had two assists and Frankie Leone gave Burlington a 6-1 lead with 17 seconds left in the second period before Burlington held off Marblehead 6-5, Trevor Payne with two goals and Kate Santeusanio, Jacob Hershfield and Madison Twombly two assists apiece in the loss;
Caden Woolfey’s second goal of the game started a comeback with 8:07 left, Shawn Hamill (one assist) followed with 5:18 remaining and Cole Currier came through a minute later to give Groton a 4-4 tie with Andover A1 – Hans Scheibe with two assists for Groton and Brian Pierni two goals for Andover; Hogan Sedky delivered 2-1-3, Payne also scored twice and Marco Mottola had two assists in Marblehead’s 5-1 win over Lynn; and James Comeford scored twice, Ryan Todisco had 1-1-2 and Connor LeBrun two assists as Andover AA1 scored five time in an 8:19 span of the second period and trimmed Marblehead 6-5 – Pat Chapin with two goals and an assist in the loss.
Wellesley and Beverly both won twice and Medford wore a pair of ties in the West. Mark Herlihy scored two goals and set up another in Wellesley’s 3-1 victory over Agawam – and Gabe Albertson capped a hat trick with the winner with 3:15 left, Wylie Parizeau dished out three assists and Charles Comella two as Wellesley edged Danvers 6-5, Ryan Lepore with a hat trick and an assist and Nick Robinson two assists in the loss; Ben Fry scored twice and Drew Linsky posted 11-2 in Beverly’s 3-1 victory over Parkway – and Linsky, Fry and Linsky again scored in a 3:19 span of the third period to send Beverly past the Wizards 4-2; Trevor Doyle scored with a minute left, Brian Dunne posted 2-2-4, Colin Ward also scored twice and Noel Adams had 1-1-2 as Dedham pulled out a 7-7 tie with Medford, Seely with five goals and Hickey two assists for Medford – and Brendan White scored with 58 seconds left to give Parkway a 2-2 tie with Medford, Seely with both goals for Medford;
Isaac Idarraga came through with two goals and an assist and Vic Pacheco two assists as Tewksbury trimmed Triton 5-2 – Neary with both goals and Tinkham and Sullivan assists on both in the loss; and Nathan Geary scored twice in Rochester’s 3-1 win over Agawam.
Belmont, Framingham, Stoneham and Wilmington all won twice in the Central. Nolan Kelleher wore a natural hat in the first period and went on to finish with four goals and an assist in Belmont’s 7-1 victory over Brookline – and Kelleher wore the hat, Theo Martin posted 2-1-3 and Mike Todaro two assists in a 5-1 triumph over Needham; Jack Novello pitched a pair of shutouts for Framingham. Luciano Lewandoski scored twice, Stephen Boulas dished out two assists in a 7-0 victory over Arlington – and John Martel scored early in a 3-0 win over Hyde Park; Andrew Ferranti and Carlo DeBenedictis both scored twice and Joe Mattie had 1-1-2 in Stoneham’s 7-2 victory over North Andover, Brendyn Fitzpatrick with both goals in the loss – and Cam Shinnick’s second goal of the game, with 2:15 left, turned out to be the winner and DeBenedictis posted two assists as Stoneham edged Reading 3-2; Antonio DiZoglio tied the game and A.J. Chisolm’s second goal of the game followed, the goals early in the third period giving Wilmington a 3-1 victory over North Andover – and Dylan Mullarkey and Chisolm both posted 1-1-2 and Cam Splaine pitched a shutout in a 4-0 win over Lynnfield/Saugus;
Noah Santucci and Mike Hughes scored 2:01 apart in the first period and Matt Busick pitched a shutout in Reading’s 5-0 victory over Winthrop; James Redding wore the hat, Joe Sousa and Connor Erdman both scored twice and Annabell Gardner and Dror Ko both had two assists in Brookline’s 8-3 victory over Melrose – Colin Walsh with 1-2-3 and Mike Fuccione two assists in the loss; Aidan Breau pitched a shutout and Cam Soave scored in the second period as Waltham edged Arlington 1-0; and Dave LoCoco and Joe Williams scored 1:21 apart in a four-goal first period that sent Wakefield past Reading 4-3 – Walsh with 2-1-3 in the loss.
Nashoba and Allston/Brighton (one loss) both won twice and Acton-Boxboro posted a win and a tie in the North. Owen Crann delivered two goals and two assists, Josh Laquidera wore the hat and Charles Bonenfant also scored twice in Nashoba’s 7-0 win over SMS – and Crann scored five goals, Tyler Olsen had 1-1-2 and Brian Fitzgerald two assists in an 8-2 triumph over Agawam, Luka Clark with 1-1-2 in the loss; Finn Conneally scored four goals and Jack McGrath posted two assists as Allston/Brighton topped Cambridge 6-2 – and Cam Enright scored twice and Conneely snapped a 1-1 tie with 9:44 left in a 3-1 victory over Parkway; Troy Galvin scored twice and Adam Balewicz and Mike DiTullio posted 1-1-2 apiece in Acton-Boxboro’s 5-1 win over the Outlaws – and Matt McDonald (one assist) scored 25 seconds into the third period to give Andover a 2-2 tie with Acton-Boxboro;
Brian Hannon scored five goals and set up another, Luke Travaglini clicked for 1-2-3, Ethan Rich scored twice and Jamie Cogan pitched a shutout in Winchester’s big win over Burlington; Cam Schreiber scored two goals in 21 seconds in the second period and William Rosenberg had 1-1-2 as Needham nipped Newton 4-2 – Theo Teszler with both goals and Greg Svensson assists on both in the loss; Tom Quinn wore the hat, Sienna Berardinelli had 2-1-3, Jaden Brehn posted 1-2-3 and Dom Morcos also had two assists in Burlington’s 8-4 victory over Belmont – Robert Mulroy with 1-1-2 in the loss; Dom Capezzulo made it 3-0 with 8:04 left and Haverhill/Pentucket held off Greater Lowell 3-2; Jon Vytopil scored four goals in Agawam’s 7-1 win over Greater Lowell; Campbell clicked for 2-1-3 and No. 16 had two assists as the Outlaws topped Concord-Carlisle 4-2 – Andrew Bugbee with 1-1-2 and Jessie Kearney two assists in the loss; Jacob McDougall went for 2-1-3, Lucas Rego 1-1-2 and Alexsa Caron the shutout in Lowell’s 5-0 victory over Concord-Carlisle; and Peter King posted 1-1-2, Sam Gornstein and Alex Corbett both had two assists and Jacob Curry pitched a shutout as Lexington/Bedford topped Newton 4-0.
Wellesley and Acton-Boxboro both won twice and Tewksbury wore a pair of ties in the South. Will Kennedy scored with 5:12 left, Charles Carroll followed 44 seconds later and Dan Cai (one assist) then came through with 1:04 remaining to give Wellesley a 3-2 decision over Lynn – and Cai clicked for 2-1-3, Ryan Harding scored twice and Pete Stavaridis had 1-1-2 in a 6-3 win over Waltham; Ron Sechman’s second goal of the game, with 6:37 left, turned out to be the winner, Chris Bushnell had 2-1-3, Jack Slade 1-2-3, Tyler Streeter also scored twice and Jacob Tucker had 1-1-2 as Acton-Boxboro edged Twin City 8-7, Dylan Stocking with 2-2-4, Cam Fors two goals and Zach Piest 1-1-2 in the loss – and Pat Principe pitched a shutout and Tucker scored 1:18 into the game as Acton-Boxboro edged Andover 1-0; Austin Pace scored the tying goal with 5:13 left and Robert Hauser had two assists as Andover pulled out a 3-3 tie with Tewksbury – and Anthony DiFranco scored with 10:33 left to give Tewksbury a 1-1 tie with NH East, Ben Rossi with a second-period goal for NHE;
Reading’s Alex Bonasera and John Cullen of S&S swapped first-period goals 23 seconds apart and the teams went on to a 1-1 tie; Nick Ottaviani scored four goals and set up another and Jack Curtin also wore a hat and added an assist as North Andover topped Twin City 11-8 – Piest and Fors with hat trick, Piest with two assists and Fors one, and Avery Pezzolesi 1-1-2 in the loss; Cooper Orpin scored the tying goal with 9:01 left and Matt Sheehan assisted on both goals as Triton tied Natick 2-2; Luciano wore the hat in Lynn’s 6-2 victory over Reading; and James LeProhan scored twice, Kyle O’Keefe posted 1-1-2 and Ben Gaudette pitched a shutout as the Sharks downed Tewksbury 5-0.
Waltham and SMS both won twice in the East. Julia Cassie came within 23 seconds of a shutout, Nathan Hawkes scoring, as Waltham trimmed Lexington/Bedford 3-1 – and CJ Winchenbaugh scored twice in a 4-2 win over Arlington; Jack Curley wore the hat and Sean Albanese and Brendan Morrissey both had 1-1-2 as SMS topped Masco 5-2 – and Curley wore the hat, Morrissey scored twice and Albanese had two assists in a 6-3 triumph over Marblehead – Alex Coate with 2-1-3, Nick Lemmond 1-1-2 and Matt Dean two assists in the loss;
Lauren Sopp scored with 8:39 left and Mary Kate Hayes followed with 2:46 remaining to give the Wizards a 3-2 decision over Newton – Ashton Duplessi with 1-1-2 in the win and Berstein and Settles 1-1-2 apiece in the loss; Pat Hampton scored two goals and set up three others and Isabelle Loschiavo also scored twice in Dorchester’s 6-2 win over Lexington/Bedford – Gabby Martin with both goals in the loss; Atticus Beasley’s second and third goals of the game, in the third period, gave Melrose a 3-3 tie with Arlington – Sasha Sevastyanov with two assists for Melrose; and Armani Booth scored four goals, Josh Lewis dished out three assists and Dmitri Vlismas had 1-1-2 in Peabody’s 7-4 victory over Cape Ann – Ian Cloutman with two goals in the loss.
Stoneham (one loss) had a win and a tie in the West. Doherty’s second goal of the game, with 5:23 left, gave Stoneham a 3-1 victory over Wellesley – and Dina Elaidis scored the tying goal with 4:09 left and Bradley Esposito scored twice as Reading pulled out a 4-4 tie with Stoneham, Cunniff with three assists, Metois two goals in the first period and Pouliot 1-1-2 for Stoneham;
Joey Marshall scored twice in Beverly’s 5-1 victory over Stoneham; Ryan Daignon scored with 5:28 left to give Medfield a 2-2 tie with Brookline -- Spencer Gary’s second goal of the game, with 7:15 left, giving Brookline a 2-1 lead; No. 11 (one assist) and No. 44 scored 1:44 apart early in the second period as Nashoba downed Andover 4-1; Sal Pace scored twice as the Edge defeated Groton 5-3; Brendan Doughy clicked for2-2-4, Jack Michaud wore the hat, Bryson Giersch and Broden Landsteiner both posted 2-1-3, Christian Nawn and Taran Bower both had 1-1-2 and Logan Bower pitched a shutout as Hollis scored a big win over Billerica; Ryan Todisco posted 2-1-3 in Andover’s 5-1 win over Hollis; Zach Fellinger scored two goals and dished out three assists, scoring what turned out to be the winner with 3:18 left, Chris Casesso wore a first-period hat and No. 41 had 1-1-2 as Somerville edge Reading 6-5 – Gavin O’Keefe with 2-2-4 in the loss; and Reagan O’Neill scored five goals and Zach Haverty posted 1-1-2 in Wellesley’s 7-2 victory over Somerville.
Wilmington had two wins and a tie and Brookline, Winchester and Wakefield all also won twice in the Central. Alex Burns’s second goal of the game, with 40 seconds left, gave Wilmington a 4-3 decision over the Andover Girls, Mike McCarthy with 1-1-2 in the win and Ella Feingold (one assist) a tying goal with 1:59 left and Amy Pinkham also with 1-1-2 in the loss – McCarthy clicked for 2-1-3, Alexis Fox posted 1-2-3 and Dylan Ward 1-1-2 in a 4-3 victory over Wellesley, No. 63 with 1-1-2 in the loss – and Everett Kenney scored with 2:11 left to give Newburyport a 2-2 tie with Wilmington, Ryan Melesky with 1-1-2 for Newburyport; Jack O’Connor pitched a shutout and Bennett Kasenlate scored late in the first period as Brookline edged Burlington 1-0 – and Zeke Kasen clicked for 1-23 and Alex Braunstein and Ben Kasem both scored twice in a 6-3 win over Parkway, Parkes with two goals in the loss; Jaime Book scored twice, Liam Creamer posted 1-1-2 and Jackson Fefferman scored what turned out to be the winning goal with 10:06 left as Winchester edged Medford 3-2 – and Book and Chris Mariani scored 52 seconds apart in the third period and Antonio Zermani scored what proved to be the winner with 9:03 left in a 3-2 decision over Amesbury, Jacob Boothroyd with both goals in the loss; Sean Hogan and Erin Leahy both had 1-1-2 in Wakefield’s 4-2 win over Belmont – and Ethan Gori delivered 2-1-3 in a 4-2 triumph over Natick;
Felix Giesen snapped a 1-1 tie with 4:22 left in the second period as Natick trimmed Burlington 3-1; Spencer Tisdale and Will Freda scored in the second period as Lexington/Bedford nipped Woburn 3-1; Liam Sullivan clicked for 2-1-3 and Keegan Sullivan delivered 1-2-3 in Methuen’s 5-1 victory over Agawam; Torrie Ferent scored with 4:34 left to give Dorchester a 3-2 decision over Amesbury; Jack Marenghi scored four goals, including a natural hat, and Ben Pimental scored twice as Lynnfield/Saugus topped Andover 6-2 – Maddie Burke with 1-1-2in the loss; Luke McGillvray scored five goals, Max Howard also wore a hat, Jaycek Gosselin dished out three assists and TJ Lynch two in North Andover’s 8-4 win over Wilmington – Mike McCarthy with two goals and Devin Medeiros and Mike Maselli 1-1-2 apiece in the loss; Aiden Pollock scored four goals and set up two others, Isaac Gutterman posted 1-1-2 and Rebecca Michaud came within 3:58 of a shutout, White scoring, in Belmont’s 7-1 win over Cambridge; and Domenic Meyers scored four goals and Ben Prentiss two as Danvers defeated Concord-Carlisle 6-3 – Luc Bannerman wearing a hat in the loss.