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WHITE NORTH AMERICAN
Top-seeded Lexington/Bedford won the championship. In the quarterfinals, Steven Schuhwerk had a goal and an assist and Van Shrestinian two assists as No. 3 Andover topped No. 6 Burlington, 3-1; and Jason Arnaud delivered two goals and an assist and Tom Connolly scored twice in No. 4 Chelmsford’s 5-2 victory over No. 5 Waltham. In the semifinals, Maxime Giesen set up all five goals and Dan Lehman wore a natural hat and scored four goal of them as Lexington/Bedford edged Chelmsford, 5-4, despite 2-2-4 by Arnaud and 1-1-2 by Derek Adamson; and Liam Byrne scored with 2:25 left to give No. 2 Reading a 2-1 decision over Andover. In the title game, Tom Agne pitched a shutout, Giesen had 1-2-3, Brendan Flynn 1-1-2 and Lehman two assists in L/B’s 3-0 victory over Reading.


PLAYOFF MVPS:
Maxime Giesen, Dan Lehman, Leexington/Bedford


WHITE NORTH NATIONAL

Top-seeded Casco Bay took home the crown. In the quarterfinals, Derek Tillotson wore a natural hat in the third period and also had an assist and Alex Orcutt scored twice in No. 3 Concord’s 5-1 win over the No. 6 Renegades; and Newburyport advanced. In the semifinals, Bobby Murray came through with 2-1-3 and Robbie Armitage and Jean-Claude Lemieux both had 1-1-2 in Casco Bay’s 8-1 win over Newburyport – and Creador pitched a shutout and Olivitz had 1-1-2 in No, 2 Winthrop’s 3-0 victory over Concord. In the title game, Reid Howland’s goal with 2:02 left in the second period was the difference as Casco Bay edged Winthrop, 2-1.


PLAYOFF MVP: Bobby Murray, Casco Bay


In the crossover game, Murray wore the hat and had three assists, Matt Riggle scored twice and Mitch Donavan posted 1-1-2 in Casco Bay’s 6-0 win over Lexington/Bedford.


WHITE SOUTH AMERICAN
No. 3 Masco was the winner. In the first round, Joe Santullo delivered 1-2-3, Andrew Nicolas 1-1-2 and Mitch LeBlanc two assists as No. 5 Woburn topped No. 4 Winchester, 6-3. In the semifinals, Andrew Anzalone wore the hat and had an assist in Masco’s 4-2 win over Acton-Boxboro; and Tim Concannon scored with 57 seconds left in overtime and Robert Burns had 1-1-2 as Masco edged No. 1 NH East, 3-2. In the title game, Brandon Lafata wore the hat, Garret Lafata had 1-1-2 and John D’Attilio had two assists in Masco’s 6-4 win over Woburn.


PLAYOFF MVP: Andrew Anzalone, Masco


WHITE SOUTH NATIONAL

Top-seeded Cape Ann won the championship. In the first round, Justin McKensie scored the winner 54 seconds into the third period and Cam Geary had two assists as No. 5 Arlington trimmed the No. 4 Gladiators, 5-4. In the semifinals, Kyle Nelson wore the hat and Alex Enes had 1-1-2 in Cape Ann’s 6-3 victory over Arlington, which got two goals from McKensie and 1-1-2 from Ryan Hood; and goalies Will Fitzpatrick and Kaitlin Burt matched shutouts in regulation and shootout goals by Ryan Jones and Sam Varsano lifted a perfect Fitzpatrick and No. 3 Marblehead past the No. 2 Wizards, 1-0. In the title game, Enes and Eddie Mahoney both registered 1-1-2 and Jack Nicastro had two assists in Cape Ann’s 4-3 decision over Marblehead, which got 1-1-2 from Owen Piccarello.



PLAYOFF MVP: Alex Enes, Cape Ann



In the crossover game, Jared Favazza and Cam Collins scored 37 seconds apart during a three-goal second-period burst that lifted Cape Ann to a 4-3 victory over Masco.



BLUE NORTH NATIONAL

No. 3 Beverly won the championship. In the quarterfinals, Matt Townsend posted 2-1-3 and Hunter Spencer also scored twice in Beverly’s 7-5 victory over No. 6 Haverhill/Pentucket, which got 1-1-2 apiece from Sean Bellemore and Gary Dwyer and two assists from Kyle Rooney; and Steve Hamel scored with 3:38 left in overtime to give No. 4 Tewksbury a 2-1 decision over No. 5 Stoneham, the teams trading first-period goals. In the semifinals, Townsend and Chris McKenna both had 1-1-2 and Tim Birarelli lost a shutout bid when Brendan Berkeley scored with 10 seconds left in Beverly’s 4-1 win over No. 2 Watertown; and Tyler Calos had 1-1-2 and No. 1 North Reading stopped Tewksbury, 4-1. In the title game, Birarelli was perfect in the shootout and Clinton Cabral and McKenna scored for Beverly, which topped North Reading, 3-2.



PLAYOFF MVP: Tim Birarelli, Beverly



BLUE SOUTH AMERICAN

Top-seeded Salem won the title, in a playoff that saw all four games end in 1-0 scores. In the first round, Robitaille pitched a shutout and Brewster scored early in the second period as No. 5 Peabody edged No. 4 Melrose, 1-0. In the semifinals, Andrew Gosson and Tommy Gillespie shared the shutout and Ryan Montbleau got the puck past Robitaille with 3:42 left to give Salem a 1-0 decision over Peabody; and Nick Deming pitched a shutout and Gino Martignetti scored with 1:10 left in the second period as No. 2 Wilmington edged No. 3 Andover, 1-0. In the title game, Gillespie and and Gosson shared another shutout and Chad Desautels scored with a minute left in the second period as Salem nipped Wilmington, 1-0.



PLAYOFF MVPS: All goalies in this division!!!



BLUE SOUTH NATIONAL

No. 6 NH East charged to the title. In the quarterfinals, Collin Shapiro (1-1-2) scored what proved to be the winner with 6:58 left and Mike Strabone also posted 1-1-2 as No. 6 NH East defeated No. 3 Concord-Carlisle, 4-2; and Danny LeBlanc (2-1-3) scored the winner with 6:08 left and Joe O’Neill also scored twice as No. 5 Nashua topped No. 4 Groton, 4-3. In the semifinals, Brian Auffant (1-1-2) forced overtime, Strabone had an assist and then the deciding shootout goal and Connor McDonough 1-1-2 as NH East edged No. 2 Hollis, 5-4 – Dan Ash with two goals and Robert LaVine with 1-1-2 and a shootout score for Hollis; and Justin Estrella had an assists and the deciding shootout goal and Matt Rybicki a goal in regulation and the shootout as Nashua nipped No. 1 Danvers, 2-1. In the title game, McDonough delivered 2-1-3 and Reed Allen 1-1-2 in NH East’s 4-2 win over Nashua, which got 1-1-2 from Steve Saucier.



PLAYOFF MVP: Connor McDonough, NH East



In the crossover game, Gosson and Gillespie shared another shutout and Desautels had 1-1-2 in Salem’s 2-0 victory over NH East.



RED NORTH AMERICAN

Top-seeded Agawam won the championship. In the first round, Max Parrazzo scored the winner with 46 seconds left, Alex Smith had 1-1-2 and Mike Checchini two assists in No. 3 Medford’s 3-2 decision over No. 6 Lexington/Bedford; Katz scored with 7:08 left and again with 3:21 on the clock before Diadamo followed with 1:30 remaining to give No. 4 Andover a 3-2 win over No. 5 Wakefield, which got two goals from Tim Siebel; and Kevin Conway and Billy Keating scored 2:58 apart in the first period of No. 2 Greater Lowell’s 2-1 decision over No. 7 Reading. In the semifinals, Jacob Stahlman’s 1-1-2 helped Agawam past Andover, 3-1; and Porrazzo had four goals and two assists, Smith posted 2-3-5 and Bernard McGovern 1-3-4 as the three players combined for all 15 points in Medford’s 7-5 victory over Greater Lowell, which got a hat trick from Brian Goolishian, two goals from Keating and two assists from Connor Barter. In the title game, Anthony Lange scored twice and Stahlman had 1-1-2 in Agawam’s 4-2 win over Medford, which got 1-1-2 from Vienneau.



PLAYOFF MVP: Max Porrazzo, Medford



RED NORTH NATIONAL

No. 3 won the title. In the first round, Mark Higgins pitched a shutout and Kris Cecere and Chris McCarthy scored 18 seconds apart late in No. 4 Nashoba’s 2-0 win over No. 5 Stoneham. In the semifinals, Sam Doolittle wore the hat and Aidan Roberts had three assists in Casco Bay’s 4-2 win over No. 2 Concord; and Andrew Wales scored the winner in overtime as No. 1 Newton edged Nashoba, 2-1. In the title game, Jack Mainella scored with 19 seconds left in overtime to give Casco Bay a 4-3 victory over Newton and the title, Jesse Cyr-Brophy with two goals and Nick Demers 1-1-2 in the win and Christian Pearson scoring twice in a three-goal third-period rally by Newton.



PLAYOFF MVP: Jack Mainella, Casco Bay



In the crossover game, Cyr-Brophy scored twice and Casco Bay edged Agawam, 2-1.



RED SOUTH AMERICAN

Top-seeded Chelmsford won the title. In the quarterfinals, Marty Joyce wore the hat, had an assist and scored what turned out to be the winner with 9:55 left and Cam Scallese had 1-1-2 in No. 3 Woburn’s 4-3 decision over No. 6 Waltham, which got two goals from Kevin Blythewood; and Joe Tansino scored twice and No. 4 Melrose defeated No. 5 Triton, 3-1. In the semifinals, Blake Alber pitched a shutout, Jimmy Connolly had 1-2-3, Elliot McGuire scored twice and No. 18 had 1-1-2 in Chelmsford’s 5-0 victory over Melrose; and Tommy Kergo snapped a 1-1 tie with 10:45 left and Woburn defeated No. 2 Methuen, 3-1. In the title game, Alber pitched another shutout and Kevin Ames had 1-1-2 in Chelmsford’s 2-0 victory over Woburn.



PLAYOFF MVP: Blake Alber, Chelmsford



RED SOUTH NATIONAL

The top-seeded Wizards won the championship. In the first round, Langone pitched a shutout and Valente scored twice as No. 2 Lynnfield topped No. 7 Winthrop, 2-0; Justin Kauppi forced overtime with a goal with 1-06 left and Garret Carmichael had the only shootout goal as No. 5 PAT edged No. 4 S&S, 2-1; and Connor Walsh scored with 3:12 left in overtime and Seamus Lambert had two assists as No. 3 North Andover edged No. 6 Arlington, 2-1. In the semifinals, Clara Pingeon pitched a shutout, Dana Valletti scored twice and Sophia Turchetta had 1-1-2 as the Wizards beat PAT, 3-0. In the title game, Katy Turner tied the game with 1:54 left and Pauline Ayer scored the winner just eight seconds later to give the Wizards a 3-2 win over Lynnfield, which got two assists from Sullivan.



PLAYOFF MVPS: Pauline Ayer, Katy Turner, Wizards



In the crossover game, Andy Robinson scored with 2:17 left to give Chelmsford a 2-1 decision over the Wizards.



SILVER NORTH AMERICAN

Top-seeded Wakefield won the title. In the quarterfinals, Sarah King, Steve Langenfeld and William Mills all posted 1-1-2 in No. 3 Wilmington’s 4-2 victory over No. 6 Masco; and Simard (1-1-2) and Emilius (1-1-2) scored 25 seconds apart early in the third period, Vaccaro and Meehan both also had 1-1-2 and Garofoli posted two assists as No. 4 Reading defeated No. 5 Burlington, 5-3 – Zach Bairos and Stephen Theriault with 1-1-2 apiece and Chris Kergo two assists in the loss. In the semifinals, Richie Tosi (1-1-2) scored what proved to be the winner early in the second period as Wakefield edged Reading, 2-1; and Mills scored twice and Cole Walsh had 1-1-2 in Wilmington’s 4-1 victory over No. 2 Lexington/Bedford. In the title game, Ben Yandell pitched a shutout and Tosi scored early in Wakefield’s 1-0 win over Wilmington.



PLAYOFF MVP: Ben Yandell, Wakefield



SILVER NORTH NATIONAL

No. 3 Newburyport won the title. In the quarterfinals, Corey Powell scored twice, Matt Archer had 1-1-2 and Josh Myers two assists in Newburyport’s 4-2 victory over No. 6 Saugus; and Michaela Kane pitched a shutout and Brian Mackie scored early in No. 4 Haverhill/Pentucket’s 1-0 win over No. 5 Cape Ann. In the semifinals, Will Mombello scored twice and Jake Groth had two assists in Newburyport’s 3-1 win over No. 2 Marblehead; and Cam Wolbach got the puck past Molly Barraow with 24 seconds left in overtime, finishing off Kane’s shutout as Haverhill/Pentucket nipped the Wizards, 1-0. In the title game, Ryan Murdock had 1-1-2 in regulation and then scored the deciding goal in the second round of the shootout and Morgan McGirl yielded just one goal in the shootout as Newburyport edged Haverhill/Pentucket, 3-2.
PLAYOFF MVP: Michaela Kane, Haverhill Pentucket


In the crossover game, Max Yardumian scored twice and Wakefield stopped Newburyport, 3-1.



SILVER SOUTH NATIONAL

No. 4 Danvers won the title. In the quarterfinals, Fleming wore the hat, Cahill had 1-2-3 and Daly 1-1-2 as Danvers topped No. 5 Everett/Revere, 5-3 – Brendan Lavallee with two goals and Noah Forte two assists in the loss; Albanna wore the hat and had an assist and Cimino posted 1-1-2 as No. 1 Watertown nipped No. 8 Malden, 4-2 – John Lockhead and Andrew Silvestri with 1-1-2 in the loss; Emmett O’Shea delivered 2-2-4, Gabby Kenniston 1-3-4 and Tyler Graig 1-1-2 in No. 3 Lynn’s 8-1 win over No. 6 Amesbury; and Pat Vachon snapped a 1-1 tie with 2:29 left and Collin Johansson had 1-1-2 as No. 2 Groton slipped by No. 7 Haverhill/Pentucket, 3-1. In the semifinals, Fleming and Cahill both had 2-1-3 and McCarthy 1-2-3 as Danvers topped Watertown, 5-3 – Jonpaul Addorisio with two goals and Barry Dunn two assists in the loss; and Vachon scored with 5:51 left to forced overtime and them had the deciding goal in a 3-1 shootout as Groton edged Lynn, 4-3 – O’Shea with two goals in the loss. In the title game, Cahill erupted for five goals and two assists, Fleming had 1-4-5 and Robinson two assists as Danvers beat Groton, 8-3 – Johansson with two goals and Tim Bernard two assists in the loss.



PLAYOFF MVPS: Kyle Cahill, Troy Fleming, Danvers



GOLD NORTH AMERICAN

Top-seeded Wakefield won the championship. In quarterfinal play, Teddy Locke (1-2-3) scored the winner 44 seconds into overtime and Owen Kramer also had 1-2-3 as No. 6 Winchester edged No. 3 Peabody, 5-4 – Matt Robson with two goals and No. 6 two assists in the loss; and John Mello, Tim Mooney and Joe Goudey all posted 1-1-2 in No. 5 Woburn’s 3-2 win over No. 4 Salem. In the semifinals, Austin Collard’s second goal of the game proved to be the winner as Wakefield nipped Woburn, 3-2; and Kris Augustine pitched a shutout and Liam McDonough scored early in the second period of No. 2 Andover’s 2-0 win over Winchester. In the title game, Collard forced overtime with 7:13 left and Matt Mercurio and Zachary Kane scored in the second round of the shootout as Wakefield got by Andover, 2-1.



PLAYOFF MVP: Austin Collard, Wakefield



GOLD NORTH NATIONAL

Top-seeded Newburyport won it all. In the first round, Brendan Curtin pitched a shutout and Jack Suominen scored late in the first period of No. 4 Waltham’s 1-0 decision over No. 5 Marblehead. In the semifinals, Souminen forced overtime with a goal with 36 seconds left, but Austin Elmore and Matt Bean scored in the second round of the shootout to give Newburyport a 2-1 verdict over Waltham; and Ryan Bratton (2-1-3) scored twice during a four-goal rally over a 5:17 span of the third period, Ryan Christiano also scored twice in the game and Tom Lewis and Sean Buckley both had three assists as No. 3 North Reading nipped No. 2 Newton, 7-5 – Leone with 2-1-3, Mulvaney 1-1-2 and Swindel two assists in the loss. In the title game, Luke Bugler scored twice in Newburyport’s 3-1 win over North Reading.



PLAYOFF MVP: Luke Bugler, Newburyport



In the crossover game, Kane’s second goal of the game, with 1:26 left, gave Wakefield a 3-2 victory over Newburyport – Mercurio with 1-1-2 in the win.



GOLD SOUTH AMERICAN

No. 2 Woburn won the title. In the quarterfinals, Tim Jordan pitched a shutout and Hannah Sullivan scored 23 seconds into Woburn’s 3-0 win over Methuen; Jack Kilday, Jonathan Perella, Alex Ripianzi and Pat Dunfey all posted 1-1-2 and Chris Medugno pitched a shutout in No. 1 Wilmington’s 6-0 victory over No. 8 Triton; John Casey wore the hat, Mike Lirakis had 1-2-3, Ben Hogan scored twice and Tim Sullivan pitched a shutout as No. 3 Tewksbury scored a big win over No. 6 Andover; and Kevin Quinn scored with 6:50 left to give No. 4 Chelmsford a 3-2 win over No. 5 Melrose, which got both goals from Sean Gillis. In the semifinals, Morgan Bishop set up three goals and Nick Campo scored two in Woburn’s 6-2 victory over Tewksbury; and Derek Briand had an assist in regulation and the deciding goal in a 2-1 shootout as Chelmsford edged Wilmington, 2-1. In the title game, Dawson Gaudet scored with 1:40 left in a first period that produced all of the game’s goals and Sullivan had 1-1-2 as Woburn got by Chelmsford, 3-2.



PLAYOFF MVP: Tim Jordan, Woburn



GOLD SOUTH NATIONAL
No. 2 Malden/East Boston won the title. In the quarterfinals, Joe Manzi scored what turned out to be the winner with 10:34 left and Sean O’Grady had two assists as No. 6 Stoneham topped No. 3 Lynnfield, 3-2 – Andrew Bunar with 1-1-2 in the loss; and Joe Zegarelli and Natasha Davis scored 1:33 apart in the third period and Quinn Bolerice had 1-1-2 as No. 4 Newton defeated No. 5 Agawam, 4-2 – Peter Mansfield with 1-1-2 in the loss. In the semifinals, Malden topped Stoneham, 4-1; and Newton beat the No. 1 Wizards, 3-1. In the final game, Faia scored the winner with 5:48 left and Joe Coviello had 2-2-4 as Malden/East Boston overcame three early goals in 44 seconds, two of them by Alex Leary, and edged Newton, 4-3.



PLAYOFF MVP: Joe Coviello, Malden/East Boston



In the crossover game, Amanda McGahan scored four goals, Gaudet had 1-1-2 and Sullivan and Madison Cole two assists apiece in Woburn’s 6-2 win over Malden/East Boston.



GRAY NORTH NATIONAL

No. 3 Concord-Carlisle won the championship. In the play-in game, Ben Carlson pitched a shutout, Preston Hall assisted on all three goals and Connor Walsh scored 1:30 into No. 8 North Andover’s 3-0 victory over No. 9 Beverly. In the quarterfinals, Ben Ryan had the deciding goal in the shootout and Hall had 1-1-2 as North Andover upset top-seeded Winthrop, 4-3 – Dave Guiffe (1-1-2) forcing overtime with 3:29 left and then also scoring in the shootout; Ben Fischi scored in regulation and then twice in the shootout as No. 2 Groton got bt No. 7 Arlington, 3-2 – Prokash with both Arlington goals; Thatcher Adams wore the hat and Peter Blunt and Adams scored 21 seconds apart late in Concord-Carlisle’s 6-4 win over No. 6 Newburyport, which got 2-1-3 from Peter Bovio; and Brittany Leveasseur (1-1-2) scored the deciding goal in the third round of the shootout and Jarod Dussault also had 1-1-2 as No, 4 PAT saw Nashoba score three times in 38 seconds in a late rally before surviving, 4-3 – Armen Housepian with 1-1-2 in the loss. In semifinal action, Richard Crosby wore a natural hat as Concord-Carlisle beat Groton, 5-3; and PAT pulled off a late rally as Kelty Delaney and Jaret Connor scored 12 seconds apart before Levasseur’s second goal of the game won it with 2:15 remaining in a 4-3 victory over North Andover – Kyle Joy with two assists in the win and Connor Walsh 1-1-2 in the loss. In the title game, Stover Mardis pitched a shutout and Jack Gardner scored the winner 25 seconds into the third period as Concord-Carlisle edged PAT, 1-0.



PLAYOFF MVP: Brittany Levasseur, PAT



GRAY SOUTH NATIONAL

No. 4 North Reading won the title. In the play-in game, Ethan Winter scored early and No. 8 Lexington/Bedford edged No. 9 Medford, 1-0. In quarterfinal play, Aaron Gautreau had 2-3-5, Nick Shannon wore the hat and had an assist, Connor Lilley posted 2-1-3, Cam Piscatelli 1-2-3 and Nathan Distasio 1-1-2 in North Reading’s 10-6 victory over No. 5 Nashua, which got four goals from Darwin Carozza, 1-3-4 from Cam Lebrecque and 1-2-3 from Ben Strauss; Ben Westerman forced overtime with a goal with 2:32 left, but Winter had the deciding goal in the shootout as Lexington/Bedford upset top-seeded Reading, 3-2; Albano had the deciding shootout goal as No. 2 Haverhill/Pentucket topped No. 7 Burlington, 1-0; and Josiah Siegel and Ross Friedman shared the shutout and in No. 6 Cape Ann’s 1-0 win over No. 3 Newton. In the semifinals, Mike Finocchiaro pitched a shutout, Lilley scored two goals (and was stopped on a penalty shot by Will Tagliamonte) and Piscatelli had two assists in North Reading’s 4-0 win over Lexington/Bedford; and Porter pitched a shutout and Burns scored in the first period of Haverhill/Pentucket’s 2-0 win over Cape Ann. In the title game, Finocchiaro pitched another shutout and No. 22 scored twice in North Reading’s 2-0 victory over Haverhill/Pentucket.



PLAYOFF MVP: Mike Finocchiaro, North Reading




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