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WHITE NORTH AMERICAN
No. 4 Winchester won the championship. In the first round, Dan Hennessey and Connor Goff shared the shutout and Aidan Ziady scored with 3:48 left in the second period of Winchester’s 1-0 decision over No. 5 Reading. In the semifinals, Hennessey and Goff pitched another shutout in a 3-0 victory over No. 1 Masco – and Steve Schuhwerk had the deciding goal in the shutout as No. 3 Andover got by No. 2 Woburn, 2-1. In the final game, Hennessey and Goff lost a bid for a third shutout when Matt Cresta scored with 2:15 left and Aiden Steckel’s goal with 4:50 left in the second period turned out to be the winner in Winchester’s 2-1 win over Andover.

PLAYOFF MVPS: Dan Hennessey, Connor Goff, Winchester


WHITE NORTH NATIONAL
Top-seeded Newton won the title. In the quarterfinals, Braden Haley wore the hat and had an assist, Jacob Woodrow had a goal and two assists and Kevin Morgan two assists in No. 3 Marblehead’s 6-2 win over the No. 6 Renegades – and Johnny Pigott scored twice, Liam Durant and Sean Tomaszewski both posted 1-1-2 and Mathew Laurendeau had two assists in No. 4 Arlington’s 8-3 victory over No. 5 Concord, which got a hat trick from Steve Donelan and two assists from William Ohrenberger. In the semifinals, Danny Hincks scored the deciding goal in the shootout and Pat Mullowney had two assists in regulation as Newton edged Arlington, 4-3, despite 2-1-3 by Pigott – and Nick Demers scored twice, Jesse Pierce and Bobby Murray both had 1-1-2 and Walter Conrad two assists in No. 2 Casco Bay’s 7-1 handling of Marblehead. In the title game Curtis Judd (1-2-3) scored with 1:05 left to tie and Owen Dwyer followed with the winner with :21 left as Newton pulled out a 3-2 decision over Casco Bay, which got both goals from Murray.

PLAYOFF MVP: Bobby Murray, Casco Bay

In the crossover game, Tom Joyce pitched a shutout and Stefan Travis scored early in Newton’s 3-0 victory over Winchester.


WHITE SOUTH AMERICAN
No. 2 Lexington/Bedford won the championship. In the quarterfinals, Pat Farrell pitched a shutout and Eric Steeves scored twice in No. 3 Wilmington’s 3-0 win over No. 6 Triton – and Chris Lattino scored what proved to be the winner with 6:54 left and Zachary Gray had a goal and an assist in No. 5 Methuen’s 4-3 decision over No. 4 Chelmsford. In the semifinals, Zachary Shpilner wore the hat and Ryan had 1-1-2 in Lexington/Bedford’s 5-2 win over Wilmington, which got 1-1-2 from Shawn Giroux – and Forester (1-1-2) snapped a 2-2 tie 30 seconds into the third period and Nikolopoulos scored twice in No. 1 Burlington’s 4-2 victory over Methuen, which got 1-1-2 from Connor Dickson. In the title game, Tommy Benjes scored with 6:13 remaining to give Lexington/Bedford a 2-1 triumph over Burlington.

PLAYOFF MVP: Zach Shpilner, Lexington/Bedford


WHITE SOUTH NATIONAL
No. 5 Lynn was the winner. In the quarterfinals, Jack Stafford pitched a shutout and Steve Noel scored twice in Lynn’s 4-0 win over Winthrop – and Pat Driscoll scored two goals and assisted on two others, Nick Colangelo had 2-1-3, Mike Driscoll 1-2-3 and Tommy McHugh and No. 52 1-1-2 apiece in No. 3 North Reading’s big win over No. 6 Winthrop. In the semifinals, Peter Doyle scored with 1:45 left to give Lynn a 2-1 victory over No. 1 Stoneham – and Liam Viviano posted 1-2-3, Colin Shapiro scored twice and Greg Shapiro added 1-1-2 in No. 2 NH East’s 7-1 handling of North Reading. In the title game, Jackson Allard snapped a 2-2 tie with 5:39 left and Tyler Donovan had 1-1-2 in Lynn’s 4-2 win over NH East, which got two assists from Beau Arsenault.

PLAYOFF MVP: Jack Stafford, Lynn

In the crossover game, David Bartkus wore the hat and Jack Pawloski had two assists in Lexington/Bedford’s 4-2 victory over Lynn, which got 1-1-2 from Allard.


BLUE NORTH AMERICAN
No. 4 Tewksbury won the championship. In the first round, Dom Raneri scored twice as Tewksbury nipped No. 5 Wakefield, 4-2. In the semifinals, Raneri scored all four goals, Chris Raymond pitched a shutout and Rico DiFronzo had two assists in Tewksbury’s 4-0 win over No. 1 Melrose – and Anthony Lange clicked for a goal and two assists and Donny Ganim scored twice in No. 3 Agawam’s 5-3 win over No. 2 Peabody. In the final game, Raneri wore the hat and Chris Carter had 1-1-2 in Tewksbury’s 8-2 handling of Agawam.

PLAYOFF MVP: Dom Raneri, Tewksbury


BLUE NORTH NATIONAL
No. 1 Amesbury took home the title. In the quarterfinals, Evan Ricci had two goals and an assist, Matt Busconi 1-2-3 and Tyler Poulin also scored twice in No. 3 Watertown’s 7-1 win over No. 6 Haverhill – and Jameson Kamm posted 2-2-4, Alex Enes also scored twice and Liam Lyons and Tom Donahue also both had two assists in No. 5 Cape Ann’s 7-2 win over the No. 4 Gladiators, which got both goals from Brad McLellan. In the semifinals, JT Chamberlain’s second goal of the game, just eight seconds into the third period, was the winner and Jack Aponas had two assists as Amesbury edged Cape Ann, 3-2 – and Tyler Poulin had 1-1-2 and Watertown got by the Wizards, 4-3, in a shootout after Kelsey Ryan finished off a hat trick with :42 left in regulation to force overtime. In the title game, Chamberlain scored the winner with 1:50 left in overtime and Tyler Pouliot scored twice as Amesbury got by Watertown, 3-2, despite 1-1-2 by Matt McGaffigan.

PLAYOFF MVP: JT Chamberlain, Amesbury

In the crossover game, Jake Harlow pitched a shutout and Dante Maribito had 1-1-2 in Amesbury’s 4-0 victory over Tewksbury.


BLUE SOUTH AMERICAN
Top-seeded Lexington/Bedford won the title. In the quarterfinals, Greg Knowles pitched a shutout, PJ Lombara wore the hat, Brock Reardon had three assists and Kyle Reardon two in No. 3 Masco’s 4-0 win over S&S – and Anthony Giuliano pitched a shutout and Nick Moore scored late in the second period as No. 4 Saugus defeated No. 5 Chelmsford, 2-0. In the semifinals, Shawn Gallant pitched a shutout, Reid Nichols set up three goals and Brad Kelly scored two as Lexington/Bedford stopped Saugus, 4-0 – and Brett Bisson snapped a 1-1 tie with 2:49 left in the second period as Masco defeated No. 2 Andover, 2-1. In the final game, Dylan Smith had 1-1-2 and Lexington/Bedford used five different scorers in Lexington/Bedford’s 5-2 win over Masco.

PLAYOFF MVP: Shawn Gallant, Lexington/Bedford


BLUE SOUTH NATIONAL
No. 1 Newburyport won the title. In the quarterfinals, Noah Kalesha pitched a shutout and Katie Terban had a goal and an assist in Newburyport’s 3-0 win over No. 8 Waltham; Jonathan Ahern and Jack Kelly (1-1-2) scored 2:08 apart early in the third period and Tim Mathews had 1-2-3 in No. 2 Arlington’s 4-2 win over No. 7 Nashua; Drew Cioffi capped a hat trick with 10 seconds left in overtime, after Bo Pellegrini forced OT for Newton with his second goal of the game with :13 left in regulation as No. 6 Beverly edged No. 3 Newton, 5-4 – and Kasey O’Brien and Jake Paonessa both scored twice in No. 4 Stoneham’s 4-1 win over No. 5 Pentucket. In the semifinals, Matty Bean (1-1-2) scored with 4:53 left to give Newburyport a 2-1 decision over Stoneham – and Jeff McDonald had what proved to be the winner with 5:05 left in the second period as Arlington topped Beverly, 3-1. In the title game, Nick Bennett delivered 1-1-2 and Newburyport bested Arlington, 4-2 – Mathews with 1-1-2 in the loss.

PLAYOFF MVP: Noah Kalesha, Newburyport

In the crossover game, Reilly Brown (1-1-2) had what proved to be the winning goal with 7:39 left and Kolesha lost a shutout bid when Calvin Sainato scored with 3:44 left as Newburyport defeated Lexington/Bedford, 3-1.


RED NORTH AMERICAN
Top-seeded Methuen won the championship. In the quarterfinals, No. 2 Woburn defeated No. 7 Winchester, 6-4 (missing game sheet); Connor Barter scored all four goals and Nathan Ash pitched a shutout in No. 6 Greater Lowell’s 4-0 victory over No. 3 Medford – and Nick Storniolo scored the winner with 4:37 left, Jacob Sylvester had 2-1-3 and Landon Krekorian 1-2-3 in No. 4 Salem’s 4-3 decision over No. 5 Reading. In the semifinals, Brendan O’Shea snapped a 1-1 tie with 4:23 left and Methuen nipped Salem, 3-1 – and Barter forced overtime with a goal with :56 left in regulation and Barter and Joe Lavalle scored in the shootout to give Greater Lowell a 4-3 win over Woburn. In the title game, Codey Kaczynski scored with :54 left in overtime to give Methuen a 3-2 decision over Greater Lowell, Brett Blackwell with two goals in the win and Reed Borgeois two assists in the loss.

PLAYOFF MVP: Connor Barter, Greater Lowell


RED NORTH NATIONAL
No. 3 Stoneham captured the crown. In the first round, Kimberly Carroll snapped a 1-1 tie with :13 left in the first period and the No. 4 Wizards stopped No. 5 Marblehead, 3-1. In the semifinals, Jake Burridge had a goal and two assists and Aootavio Casciato scored twice in Stoneham’s 4-1 win over Lynnfield – and Corinne McCool and Rachel Peacock both scored twice as the Wizards defeated No. 1 North Andover, 4-2, despite two third-period goals by Peter Bovio. In the title game, Sofia Post and Brendan Barry both scored twice and Joe Carroll had 1-1-2 in Stoneham’s 6-3 victory over the Wizards.

PLAYOFF MVP: Jake Burridge, Stoneham

In the crossover game, Jordan Perez scored two late goals to lift Methuen to a 3-2 win over Stoneham, which got both goals from Barry.


RED SOUTH AMERICAN
No. 3 Burlington won the title. In the quarterfinals, T.J. Ford pitched a shutout and Chris Kergo scored 16 seconds into the second period of Burlington’s 3-0 win over No. 6 Andover – and Devon Trainor pitched a shutout and Jake Cahill scored in the first period of No. 5 Masco’s 2-0 win over No. 4 Chelmsford. In the semifinals, Nick Scalli (2-1-3) scored with 3:30 left in overtime to give Burlington a 6-5 decision over No. 2 Melrose, Cassidy Smith with two goals in the win and Dan Carney with 2-1-3 and Joe Tansino 1-1-2 in the loss – and Joe Chasse scored twice, Jared Spinney had 1-1-2 and Cooper May two assist in No. 1 Wilmington’s 5-1 victory over Masco. In the championship game, Ryan O’Connor’s second goal of the game, with 6:12 left, turned out to be the winner, Scali also scored twice and Alex Viglione had two assists as Burlington edged Wilmington, 4-3 – John Buske with 1-1-2 in the loss.

PLAYOFF MVP: Nick Scali, Burlington


RED SOUTH NATIONAL
Third-seeded Newburyport took the crown. In the first round, Ricky Calvani scored with 4:41 left to give No. 4 Agawam a 2-1 decision over No. 5 Danvers. In the semifinals, Max Gilbert scored twice and Newburyport stopped No. 2 Winthrop, 4-1 – and Joe Stringer had a goal and an assist as No. 1 North Reading nipped Agawam, 4-1. In the title game, Jackson Sidford (1-1-2) scored with 1:20 left to give Newburyport a 3-2 victory over North Reading.

PLAYOFF MVP: Jackson Sidford, Newburyport

In the crossover game, No. 4 had 1-1-2 and Meghan Hubbard two assists in Burlington’s 6-2 win over Newburyport.


SILVER NORTH AMERICAN
No. 1 Wakefield won the title. In the quarterfinals, Luc Surette posted two goals and an assist, Nick DiMinico set up three goals and Kelly Golini had 1-1-2 as No. 3 Tewksbury topped No. 6 Winchester, 6-2 – and Cory Lyons and Shawn Norton both wore hats band John Martiniello and George Love both set up two goals in No. 5 Reading’s 6-3 victory over No. 4 Burlington, which got two goals from Nick DallaSanta. In the semifinals, Mike Ruane scored the winner with :20 left in overtime after Stephen Marino forced the OT with a goal with 3:57 left as Wakefield edged Reading, 2-1 – and DiMinico’s second goal of the game, with 6:32 left, turned out to be the winner, Surette had three assists and Evan Frocione 1-1-2 in Tewksbury’s 3-2 decision over No. 2 Triton, which got both goals from Jake Daniels. In the championship game, Jean Luc Lupien scored twice and Wakefield stopped Tewksbury, 5-2 – Pat Hunt assisting on both Tewksbury goals.

PLAYOFF MVP: Luc Surette, Tewksbury


SILVER NORTH NATIONAL
Top-seeded Nashua won it all. In the first round, Joel Kochanski scored twice and No. 5 North Andover topped No. 4 Cape Ann, 3-0. In the semifinals, Cam Sheedy wore the hat and Kevin O’Brien had a goal and an assist in Nashua’s 5-1 victory over North Andover – and Sean Devin scored the winner with :15 left, Mike Desmond scored twice and Olivia Shkliew had two assists as No. 2 Lynn defeated No. 3 Stoneham, 4-3, despite 1-1-2 by Justin Penney. In the title game, Mike Noke wore a natural hat and Frazier Hines pitched a shutout in Nashua’s 4-0 win over Lynn.

PLAYOFF MVP: Mike Noke, Nashua

In the crossover game, Sam Veerman forced overtime with a goal with 4:49 left and Wakefield outscored Nashua, 4-2, in the shootout to record a 5-4 decision – Ruane with 2-1-3 in the win and Kevin O’Brien with two goals and Darwin Carozza 1-1-2 in the loss.


SILVER SOUTH AMERICAN
Top-seeded Lexington/Bedford won the title. In the quarterfinals, Chris Medugno pitched a shutout and Jamie Stone beat Alex Alessi with the game’s only goal with 3:39 left as No. 3 Wilmington edged No. 6 S&S, 1-0 – and Valeriy Soltan scored twice and Charles O’Connor had a goal and an assist in No. 4 Woburn’s 4-1 victory over No. 5 Saugus. In the semifinals, Paul Murray had 2-1-3 and Nico Frelick, Emily Devine and Devin Jenness all posted 1-1-2 in Lexington/Bedford’s 7-1 handling of Woburn – and No. 14 and No. 9 both had 1-1-2 in No. 2 Andover’s 4-2 win over Wilmington. In the championship game, Jenness and Devine scored 41 seconds apart midway through the third period and Mitch Heyda had two assists in Lexington/Bedford’s 5-3 victory over Andover, which got all three goals from TJ Garesche.


SILVER SOUTH NATIONAL
No. 1 Haverhill won the crown. In the quarterfinals, Anthony Cardarelli set up all three goals and John Beagan scored two in No. 6 Watertown’s 3-2 win over Newton – and Joe Breslow and Shane O’Brien shared the shutout and Tyler Sweeney scored with 2:26 left in the second period as No. 5 Lynnfield nipped No. 4 Newburyport, 1-0. In the semifinals, Keegan Burns scored twice in the second period and Haverhill defeated Lynnfield, 4-2 – and Andy Hablitzelle scored with 3:30 left in the second period to lift Watertown to a 1-0 win over No. 2 Arlington. In the title game, Kyle Wood went for 2-1-3 and Jack Ouellette had 1-2-3 in Haverhill’s 5-1 victory over Watertown.

PLAYOFF MVP: TBD, Watertown

In the crossover game, Kylee Harris posted 2-1-3 and Devine two assists in Lexington/Bedford’s 4-1 win over Haverhill.


GOLD NORTH AMERICAN
No. 2 Salem was your winner. In the quarterfinals, Dan DeAlmeida and Tommy Ferullo shared the shutout and Madison Cole scored twice in No. 3 Woburn’s 3-0 victory over No. 6 Peabody – and Meghan Galanos’s second goal of the game, with 2:26 left, gave the No. 5 Andover Girls a 2-1 decision over No. 4 Chelmsford. In the semifinals, Ryan Letourneau pitched a shutout and Mike Borrelli scored with 2:21 left to give Salem a 1-0 win over Woburn – and Ashley Tucker pitched a shutout and Lisa Spagnuolo had 1-1-2 as the No. 1 Wizards defeated the Andover Girls, 3-0. In the title game, Borrelli’s second goal of the game, with 4:27 left, turned out to be the winner and Letourneau lost a shutout bid when Charlotte Clark scored with 28 seconds left as Salem edged the Wizards, 2-1.

PLAYOFF MVP: Ryan Letourneau, Salem


GOLD NORTH NATIONAL
No. 1 Marblehead won the championship. In the quarterfinals, Evan Johnson’s goal midway through the second period turned out to be the winner as No. 3 Amesbury defeated No. 6 Beverly, 3-1 – and Jay Dolan (1-1-2) scored the winner with :29 left and Venessa Vanbuskirk had 2-1-3 as No. 4 Winthrop edged No. 4 Everett, 5-4, despite two goals apiece by Aiello and Loeser. In the semifinals, Tom Mallinson-King scored in overtime to give Marblehead a 3-2 decision over Winthrop – and No. 12 scored twice and O’Hardy had two assists as the No. 2 Reading Girls topped Amesbury, 5-2. In the title game, Will Crowley scored twice and Marblehead defeated the Reading Girls, 4-2 – A. Richards with 1-1-2 in the loss.

PLAYOFF MVP: Will Crowley, Marblehead

In the crossover game, Borrelli’s goal with :56 left in the second period proved to be the winner as Salem edged Marblehead, 2-1.


GOLD SOUTH AMERICAN
No. 4 Newton won three games to win the championship. In the first round, John Coukos had a goal and an assist and Spencer Harris two assists in Newon’s 5-1 win over No. 5 Lexington/Bedford. In the semifinals, Willy Larson’s second goal of the game, with one second left, was the winner as Newton rallied from three goals down and edged No. 1 Andover, 4-3 – Harris with 1-1-2 in the win and Jeff Zaeder 1-1-2 in the loss – and No. 2 Wakefield got 1-1-2 from Robert Shaw and two assists from Henry Miller to top No. 3 Melrose, 4-1. In the title game, Larson’s second goal of the game, with 6:53 left in the second period, proved to be the winner as Newton nipped Wakefield, 3-2.

PLAYOFF MVP: Willy Larson, Newton


GOLD SOUTH NATIONAL
No. 2 Masco won the title. In the first round, Nick Sheehan had a goal and two assists and Eric Sargent a goal and a setup as No. 5 Pentucket nipped No. 4 Reading, 4-1. In the semifinals, David Gaudin scored twice, Scott D’Attilio had two assists and Scott Young lost a shutout bid when Brian McAnespie scored with 4:36 left in Masco’s 3-1 win over No. 3 Tewksbury – and Jon Minotti posted 2-1-3 and Kyle Donaghey 1-1-2 in No. 1 Medford’s 5-1 win over Pentucket. In the final game, Jake Tveter scored in overtime to give Masco a 4-3 decision over Medford, which got two assists from Minotti.

PLAYOFF MVP: Jake Tveter, Masco

In the crossover game, Young pitched a shutout and Tveter and Connor Lucey scored 2:23 apart in the second period of Masco’s 2-0 win over Newton.


GRAY NORTH NATIONAL
No. 1 Burlington won the championship. In the play-in game, Robert Glidden and Isabelle Jeanotte both had 1-1-2 and Michael Jeanotte  lost a shutout bid with 3:09 left as No. 9 Danvers topped No. 8 Stoneham, 4-1. In the quarterfinals, Dan Blase wore the hat and added an assist and Mary Cox and Logan D’Auria both had a goal and an assist in Burlington’s 6-1 victory over Danvers; Poirier (1-1-2) scored what proved to be the winner with 7:50 left and Samse also posted 1-1-2 as No. 2 North Andover edged No. 7 Winchester, 3-2, despite two goals by Alex Pugh; George Wright tied the game with 6:50 left and then won it with 2:24 left in overtime as No. 3 Agawam got by No. 6 Newton, 2-1 – and No. 5 Methuen topped No. 4 North Reading, 3-2, in a shootout decision after Stephen Robishaw scored both goals for North Reading. In the semifinals, Blase scored four goals, Cox had two, Katie Scott delivered 1-1-2 and D’Auria and Chris Gedick both had two assists in Burlington’s 8-1 handling of Methuen – and Samse posted 2-1-3 in North Andover’s 3-1 win over Agawam. In the title game, Raphy DeCarlucci pitched a shutout and Blase scored late in the second period of Burlington’s 1-0 decision over North Andover.

PLAYOFF MVP: Dan Blase, Burlington


MIKE SHALIN,
mshalin@valley-associates.com

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