WHITE NORTH NATIONAL
Third-seeded Waltham took home the crown. In the quarterfinals, Matt Cormier scored two goals and assisted on another, JT Logue also scored twice and Henry Wilder pitched a shutout in Waltham’s 5-0 win over No. 6 Andover; Thor Griffith wore the hat and had an assist, Joe Solimine and Josiah Brown both had a goal and an assist and Lydia Rasher pitched a shutout in No. 1 Wakefield’s 6-0 victory over No. 8 Wilmington; No. 20 posted 2-1-3, Matt Gallagher had three assists and Jack Gorton scored twice as No. 2 Reading topped No. 7 North Andover, 6-3 – Nolan Whitlock with all three goals in the loss. In the semifinals, Waltham topped Reading, 7-0; and Wakefield clipped Lynnfield, 4-1. In the title game, Nick Dallaire (1-1-2) snapped a 2-2 tie with 1:46 left and Connor Blanchard also had 1-1-2 in Waltham’s 4-2 win over Wakefield, which got both goals from Griffith.
PLAYOFF MVP: Thor Griffith, Wakefield
WHITE SOUTH AMERICAN
No. 2 Burlington won the title. In the first round, Nick Dantuono and Riley Duran both scored twice, Keith Burke had a goal and an assist and Anthony Colombo two assists as No. 5 Woburn stopped No. 4 Chelmsford, 4-3. In the semifinals, Tom Milne and Ryan O’Halloran scored 1:52 apart in the third period as Burlington defeated No. 3 Winchester, 3-1; and Ben Asselin and Jarred Higgins scored 1:58 apart in the third period to lift No. 1 Greater Lowell to a 4-3 win over No. 4 Woburn – Matt Asselin with 1-1-2 in the win and Riley Duran two goals in the loss. In the title game, Milne had a goal in regulation and one in the shootout as Burlington edged Greater Lowell, 4-3 – Robby Griffin and Kevin Urquhart also with 1-1-2 and Matt Tyman two assists in the win.
PLAYOFF MVP: Tom Milner, Burlington
WHITE SOUTH NATIONAL
No. 3 Newton won the championship. In the first round, Jacob Grossi-Hogg wore the hat, Matt Hulse and Tyler Reposa both had 1-1-2 and Kyle Donlan two assists as No. 5 Woburn topped No. 4 Chelmsford, 4-3, despite two goals by Calvin Mansfield and 1-1-2 by Jared Mscisz. In the semifinals, Phil Resca’s second goal of the game, with 8:46 left, lifted Newton to a 3-2 decision over No. 2 Nashoba; and Jaiden Moriello scored twice, Ronnie Paolo had 1-1-2 and Ian Worthley two assists as No. 1 Saugus bested Newburyport, 4-1. In the championship game, Tommy Kantaros scored what proved to be the winning goal with 9:15 left as Newton edged Saugus, 4-3, despite two goals by Dante McGrane and 1-1-2 by Evan Rago.
PLAYOFF MVP: Phil Tresca, Newton
In the crossover game, Urquhart delivered 2-2-4, PT Hayes 2-1-3, Griffin and Milne 1-1-2 apiece and Colin Browne the shutout as Burlington defeated Newton, 8-0.
MITE BLUE NORTH NATIONAL
No. 1 Amesbury won the title. In the first round, Cory Cherico had 2-2-4, Brian Chalmers and Luke Evangelista both also scored twice and Ryan Skoczylas pitched a shutout as No, 4 Winthrop beat No. 5 Agawam, 6-0. In the semifinals, Amesbury beat No. 4 Winthrop, 6-4, behind a hat trick and an assist by Pat Birmingham and 1-2-3 by Dalton McCann; and Kirby Glynn had what proved to be the winner with 7:21 left in the second period as No. 2 Masco defeated No. 3 Tewksbury, 4-3. In the title game, Birmingham wore another hat, McCann posted 2-1-3 and Jack Vachon 1-1-2 in Amesbury’s 7-4 win over Masco, which got 2-1-3 from Matt Major and 1-1-2 apiece from Jared McKenna and Kirby Glynn.
PLAYOFF MVPS: Pat Birmingham, Dalton McCann, Amesbury
MITE BLUE SOUTH NATIONAL
Top-seeded Lexington/Bedford won the title. In the quarterfinals, Joe Hunt scored two goals and assisted on another, Luke Khozozian also scored twice, Griffin Posey had 1-1-2 and Adam Driscoll two assists in L/B’s big win over No. 8 Portland; Will Shull had 1-1-2 and No. 2 Marblehead defeated No. 7 Melrose, 7-1; Ryan Webb scored with 2:14 left in overtime to give No. 3 Cape Ann a 2-1 win over No. 6 Andover; and Jack Queenan capped a hat trick 36 seconds into overtime to give No. 5 Haverhill/Pentucket a 3-2 win over Lynn – Connor Donovan 1-1-2 in the loss. In the semifinals, scored four goal and Khozozian added 2-1-3 in Lexington/Bedford’s 12-4 win over Haverhill/Pentucket, which got a hat trick from Mikey Dinjes, 1-1-2 from Tommy Berube and two assists from Queenan; and Kyle Furey and Max Murray both delivered 1-1-2 in Marblehead’s 4-1 win over Cape Ann. In the title game, Anthony Incerto scored four goals, Jennings had three assists and Griffin Posey two in L/B’s 5-0 victory over Marblehead.
PLAYOFF MVP: William Jennings, Lexington/Bedford
MITE RED NORTH AMERICAN
No. 2 Reading won the championship. In the semifinals, Charlie Miele’s goal with 56 seconds left in the second period turned out to be the winner as Reading nipped No. 3 Peabody, 3-1; and Zach Alphonso had two goals and an assists and Matt Horan 1-1-2 in No. 1 Methuen’s 5-4 decision over No. 4 Triton. In the title game, Sean Barbera had what proved to be the winner with 7:18 left as Reading edged Methuen, 3-2, despite two goals by Horan.
PLAYOFF MVP: Matt Horan, Methuen
MITE RED NORTH NATIONAL
No. 5 Everett/Revere charged to the title. In the first round, Nick Napolitano wore the hat in Everett’s 5-4 win over No. 4 Waltham, which got two goals from Cullen Millerick; and Joe Cornetta scored twice and No. 3 Nashoba beat the No. 6 Wizards, 5-2. In the semifinals, Napolitano capped a hat trick with the winner with 20 seconds left to give Everett/Revere a 4-3 win over top-seeded Beverly, which got two goals from Joey Pisa and 1-1-2 from Conor Hanlon; and Brendon Banks and Mason Drouin both scored twice in No. 2 Salem’s 4-2 win over Nashoba. In the championship game, Napolitano scored five goals and assisted on two others to lead Everett to an 8-6 win over Salem. Wayne Cintolo scored and Napolitano followed with his fourth and fifth goals, all 57 seconds apart early in the third period, while Anthony Pimental scored twice and Dom Marino had two assists in the win and Banks posted 1-2-3, Drouin scored twice, Nick Peters had 1-1-2 and Ryan DeSimone two assists in the loss.
PLAYOFF MVP: Nick Napolitano, Everett/Revere
In the crossover game, Napolitano scored four goals and Pimental two in E/R’s 7-4 win over Reading, which got two goals from Charlie Giuliotti and two assists from Andrew Casciani.
MITE RED SOUTH NATIONAL
Sixth-seeded Newburyport took home the crown. In the first round, Zack Lever forced overtime with a goal with 4:33 left, Owen Spence had two assists, Ryan Lehan scored the only goal of the shootout and goalie Andrew Finch was perfect against five shootout chances as Newburyport edged No. 3 Nashua, 3-2 – Brendon Ferrari with 1-1-2 in the loss; Jake DiNapoli’s second goal of the game, with 7:50 left, turned out to be the winner as No. 4 North Reading topped No. 5 Wilmington, 3-2; and Jack Houser and AL Loaisa both had 2-1-3, Charlie Cove posted 1-2-3 and Mike Britt also scored twice as No. 2 Arlington beat No. 7 Medford, 7-4 – Ryan Ciarlone with 1-2-3 in the loss. In the semifinals, Diego Matthews snapped a 1-1 tie with 1:01 left in the first period and Newburyport nipped Arlington, 3-1; and Sam Pifko wore the hat and Clayton Marengi had 2-1-3 in top-seeded Lynnfield’s 5-3 victory over North Reading, which got 1-1-2 from DiNapoli. In the title game, William Smith scored twice and Lever had 1-1-2 in Newburyport’s 5-1 win over Lynnfield.
PLAYOFF MVP: Zack Lever, Newburyport
MITE SILVER NORTH NATIONAL
No. 5 Masco won the title. In the play-in game, Shane Mercuri scored with 7:24 left to give No. 8 Tewksbury a 2-1 decision over No. 9 Stoneham. In the quarterfinals, Matt Devaney’s goal with 5:36 left proved to be the winner as No. 1 Andover edged Tewksbury, 4-3 – Eric McDermott with two goals in the loss; Colby Magliozzi’s second goal of the game, with 3:20 left in overtime, gave No. 7 Wakefield a 3-2 win over No. 2 Woburn; Aidan Wilkie and Caleb Amidon both had 1-1-2 and No. 6 Groton defeated No. 3 Reading, 2-1; and Peyton Defeo scored five goals, snapping a 5-5 tie with 1:25 left as Masco nipped No. 4 Burlington, 7-5 – Nick Pazzia with two goals in the loss. In the semifinals, Defeo (2-1-3) scored the winner with 2:19 left and Maxwell Latam had 1-1-2 as Masco edged Andover, 5-4 – Evan Arpin with 1-2-3 in the loss; and Nathan Glencross forced OT with 2:01 left, Ferrara had the only goal of the shootout and Declan Nash was 4-for-4 in goal in the shootout as Groton edged Wakefield, 4-3 – Luke Roberts with two goals in the loss. In the title game, Eric Caputo made it 3-0 early in the second period and Masco held on for a 3-2 decision over Groton.
PLAYOFF MVP: Peyton Defeo, Masco
MITE SILVER SOUTH NATIONAL
Top-seeded Haverhill/Pentucket won the title. In the first round, Jake Cappello’s second-period goal turned out to be the winner and Kyle Wizst scored twice as No. 2 Nashoba nipped No. 7 S&S, 3-2; Angelo Mario collected 2-2-4, Ryan Welch scored twice and Gavin Welch had 1-1-2w as No. 3 Winchester topped No. 6 North Andover, 9-2; and Hunter Adam wore the hat and had an assist and Aidan Chamberlain and Chris Aucoin both posted 1-1-2 in No. 4 Newton’s 6-3 victory over No. 5 Melrose, which got two assists from Anthony DelGenio. In the semifinals, Ray Robinson’s goal with 2:26 left in the second period turned out to be the winner and Logan Bridgewater had two assists as H/P edged Newton, 3-2; and Mike Bongiorno (1-1-2) scored the winner with 3:07 left as Winchester edged Nashoba, 6-5 – Jake Christakis with 2-1-3 and Mario 1-1-2 in the win and Colin Slafksoky 2-1-3 in the loss. In the title game, Robinson scored a goal in regulation and had the deciding goal in the shootout as Haverhill/Pentucket got by Winchester, 3-2.
PLAYOFF MVP: Ray Robinson, Haverhill/Pentucket
MITE GOLD NORTH NATIONAL
The fifth-seeded Reading Girls won the championship, winning three low-scoring games, two in overtime. In the first round, Kat Paradis scored 53 seconds into overtime to give Reading a 2-1 decision over top-seeded Waltham; and Adam Haded’s second goal of the game, 49 seconds into the third period turned out to be the winner and Mike McNamara scored twice as No. 3 Chelmsford edged No. 6 Greater Lowell, 4-3 – Andrew Carrabis with two goals and Kevin Conley 1-1-2 in the loss. In the semifinals, Margaret Fennelly (1-1-2) scored with 3:39 left in overtime to give the Reading Girls a 2-1 win over No. 1 Triton; and Jack Dillon’s second goal of the game, with 10:54 left, completed a comeback from two goals down and gave Chelmsford a 3-2 decision over No. 2 Watertown. In the title game, Ainsley Cohen scored with 1:45 left to give Reading a 2-1 win over Chelmsford.
PLAYOFF MVP: Ainsley Cohen, Reading Girls
MITE GOLD SOUTH NATIONAL
Top-seeded Winchester won the crown. In the first round, Sean Regan wore the hat and Leif Riley had the deciding goal in the shootout as No. 2 Amesbury edged No. 7 Saugus, 4-3 – Zoe Solomons with 1-1-2 in the loss; Tyler Coglan’s’ second goal of the game, with 2:11 left, capped a four-goal third-period rally and No. 6 Newburyport, down 4-0 after the first period, nipped No. 3 Medford, 6-5 – Ryan Archer with 1-2-3 and Shamus Webster two goals in the win and Derek Murray with two goals in the loss; and Mackie Abes-McGuiness scored 42 seconds into the third period to give No. 4 Lynn a 2-1 decision over No. 5 Andover. In the semifinals, Nick Ciaccio scored with 9:50 left to give Winchester a 2-1 win over Lynn; and Noah Dorsy pitched a shutout and Archer scored early in the second period as Newburyport stopped Amesbury, 3-0. In the title game, Ciaccio scored in regulation and the shootout to gibe Winchester a 2-1 decision over Newburyport, which got a goal from Archer with 28 seconds left in regulation to force OT.
PLAYOFF MVP: Nick Ciaccio, Winchester
MITE GRAY NORTH NATIONAL
No. 2 Woburn won the championship. In the first round, Sean Keenan scored the deciding shootout goal, after Anthony Privatera forced overtime with his second goal of the game with 17 seconds left as Woburn edged No. 7 PAT, 4-3 – Nick Miller with two goals in the loss; Jake Hall capped a hat trick with the winning goal with 3:51 left, Evan Hall had 1-1-2 and Ryan Scanlon two assists as No. 6 Nashua nipped No. 3 Groton, 4-3 – Joey Robinson with two goals in the loss; and Nick Maddison wore the hat and Tom Sarni scored twice as No. 5 Lynnfield got by No. 4 Wakefield, 7-5 – Brogan Chambers with two goals and Gabe Brissette 1-1-2 in the loss. In the semifinals, Kovinsky wore the hat, Fabrizio posted 1-1-2 and Cole pitched a shutout in Woburn’s 6-0 victory over Nashua; and Maddison had the deciding goal in the shootout to give Lynnfield a 2-1 win over top-seeded Lexington/Bedford. In the title game, Jonathan Surette snapped a 2-2 tie with 7:50 left band Woburn nipped Lynnfield, 4-2.
PLAYOFF MVP: Nick Maddison, Lynnfield
MITE GRAY SOUTH NATIONAL
The third-seeded Andover Girls won the title. In the first round, Maggie Pelletier wore the hat in Andover’s 4-1 win over No. 6 Reading; and Brendan Ardito scored twice, Harry Serounian, Riley Fitzgerald, Chris Bernazani and Nolan Vigeant all posted 1-1-2 and Anthony Bowker two assists as No. 5 Wilmington trimmed No. 4 Cape Ann, 703 – Joey Ciaramitaro with 1-1-2 in the loss. In the semifinals, Pelletier scored all four goals as the Andover Girls defeated No. 2 Melrose, 4-1; and Garrett Alberti wore a second-period hat and Ardito and Bowker both had 1-1-2 in Wilmington’s 6-2 victory over No. 1 Marblehead. In the title game, Pelletier and Callie Wiley scored 45 seconds apart late to give Andover a 2-1 decision over Wilmington.
PLAYOFF MVP: Maggie Pelletier, Andover Girls
MITE BLACK NORTH NATIONAL
Top-seeded Newton won the title. In the first round, Jacob Lapp wore the hat as No. 2 Andover V topped Haverhill/Pentucket, 4-0; Sam Yarrow scored twice in No. 4 Winthrop’s 3-2 decision over No. 5 Masco, which got both goals from Jake Innis, and No. 3 Methuen advanced, with Matt Mothom scoring four goals. In the semifinals, Alex Hallion delivered 2-1-3 and Jack Barry had 1-1-2 in Newton’s 6-2 victory over Winthrop; and Mike Dutton had what proved to be the winner 45 seconds into the third period and Anthony Previte had 1-1-2 as Andover edged Methuen, 3-2. In the title game, Hallion came through with 2-1-3 and Newton overcame four goals by Previte and beat Andover, 6-4.
PLAYOFF MVP: Alex Hallion, Newton
MITE BLACK SOUTH NATIONAL
No. 2 Burlington won the title. In the quarterfinals, Jim Boyle scored four goals and assisted on another and Dom D’Ambrosio scored twice in No. 3 North Andover’s 7-3 win over No. 6 Newton, which got 1-1-2 from No. 17; and Ryan Allard scored twice, Timmy Kobelski had 1-1-2 and Jacob Brezner two assists as No. 5 Andover VI defeated No. 4 North Reading, 5-2. In the semifinals, Joe Barbieri’s sixth goal of the game proved to be the winner with 3:44 left as Burlington edged North Andover, 8-7, despite hat tricks by both D’Ambrosio and Boyle; and Brandon Farrin scored with 6:53 left to give Danvers a 3-2 decision over Andover, which got 1-1-2 from Kobelski. In the title game, Barbieri scored five goals, including a four-goal natural hat, and snapped a 5-5 tie with 1:30 left to give Burlington a 7-5 victory over Danvers, which got 1-1-2 from Gavin Nareski.
PLAYOFF MVP: Joe Barbieri, Burlington