WHITE NORTH AMERICAN
No. 4 Burlington won three games to win the title. In the first round, goalie Bryan Hunt was perfect in the shootout, Brien Diffley had the only shootout goal and Sean Murphy notched two assists in regulation as Burlington edged No. 5 Salem, 4-3 – Matt Bauchman with two goals and an assist in the loss. In the semifinals, Hunt lost a shutout bid when Stephen Goodwin scored with 3:29 left and Brendan Burke scored what proved to be the winning goal with 8:17 left as Burlington edged No. 1 Winchester, 2-1; and Brian Reilly pitched a shutout and Ryan Barrett scored both goals in No. 2 Acton-Boxboro’s 2-0 win over No. 3 Melrose. In the title game, JP Scola scored what proved to be the winner with 5:05 left as Burlington nipped Acton-Boxboro, 3-2.
PLAYOFF MVP: Bryan Hunt, Burlington
WHITE NORTH NATIONAL
Top-seeded NH East won the title. In the quarterfinals, Zach Rappala and Blaine Washburne shared the shutout and Jordan Gingras beat Taylor with the game’s only goal with 2:59 left as No. 6 Nashua edged No. 3 Danvers, 1-0; and Cam Lanzilli scored twice and Ben Allen had 1-1-2 in No. 4 Stoneham’s 5-1 win over No. 5 Concord. In the semifinals, John Douglass scored his second goal of the game with 2:02 left in overtime to give NH East a 3-2 verdict over Stoneham – Garrett Antkowiak with two assists in the win and Jarred Penney 1-1-2 in the loss; and Zack Stueve and Mike Moran scored in the shootout to give No. 2 Arlington a 2-1 decision over Nashua, which forced OT when Gingras scored with 1:11 left in regulation. In the title game, Ryan Sullivan posted 1-1-2 and Connor Irving’s goal in the second period turned out to be the winner as NH East edged Arlington, 3-2.
PLAYOFF MVP: John Douglass, NH East
In the crossover game, Anthony Licciardello set up five goals, Ian Mitchell posted 2-1-3 and Derek Vaillancourt two assists in NH East’s 7-2 win over Burlington, which got 1-1-2 from CJ Grinnell.
WHITE SOUTH AMERICAN
Top-seeded Lexington/Bedford won the crown. In the first round, Wierzbicki had 1-1-2 as No. 4 Woburn beat No. 5 Reading, 5-2 – Phelan with both goals in the loss. In the semifinals, Joe Arciprete had the deciding goal in a 3-2 shootout as Lexington/Bedford edged Woburn, 3-2 – Wierzbicki with 1-1-2 and a shootout goal in the loss; and Billy Rand and Brett Coneeny scored 20 seconds apart early in the second period and Pat McQuillen lost a shutout bid when Andrew Knightly scored with 24 seconds left in No. 2 Andover’s 3-1 victory over No. 3 Chelmsford. In the title game, Matt Piccirillo (1-1-2) forced overtime with a goal with 3:50 left and Sam Eddy and Anthony Lespasio scored in the second round of the shootout as L/B nipped Andover, 3-2.
PLAYOFF MVP: Matt Piccirillo, Lexington/Bedford
WHITE SOUTH NATIONAL
Top-seeded Waltham won the championship. In the first round, Eric Stuckey had 1-2-3 and the No. 5 Renegades defeated No. 4 Beverly, 3-1. In the semifinals, Hallaran posted 2-1-3 and Concetti and Polipas both had 1-1-2 in Waltham’s 5-3 victory over the Renegades, who got 1-1-2 from Ryan Magieski; and Stephen Comar scored the winner with 12 seconds left, after Dimitri Roumeliotis and Zachary Roy lost a shutout bid when Kevin Dober scored with 1:36 remaining in No. 2 Portland’s 2-1 win over No. 3 Newton. In the title game, Longmooore wore the hat and Hallaran had two assists in Waltham’s 6-1 victory over Portland.
PLAYOFF MVP: Hallaran, Waltham
In the crossover game, Pinzone forced overtime with a goal with 33 seconds left but Lexington/Bedford took the shootout, 3-0, to defeat Waltham, 3-2.
BLUE NORTH AMERICAN
Top-seeded Wilmington took home the crown. In the first round, Ronnie MacDougall (2-1-3) scored what proved to be the winner 40 seconds into the third period, Ben O’Brien posted 1-2-3 and Kevin Snow added two assists as No. 4 Waltham nipped No. 5 Melrose, 6-5 – Chris Sullivan with 2-2-4 and John Cronin 1-1-2 in the loss. In the semifinals, Cody McGowan had 1-2-3 and Mike Curtis scored twice in Wilmington’s 6-2 victory over Waltham; and Paul Criscione Jr. scored the winner with 3:27 left and Kent Blaeser and Alex Jones came with 3:58 of a shutout, Kyle Kurtz scoring as Masco finished off a 3-1 win over No. 2 Burlington. In the title game, Kevin Dunfey and Jay Rossetti both had 1-1-2 in a 3:33 span early in the second period of Wilmington’s 3-1 win over Masco.
PLAYOFF MVPS: Kevin Dunfey, Jay Rossetti, Wilmington
BLUE NORTH NATIONAL
No. 2 Cape Ann won the championship. In the quarterfinals, Dan O’Toole scored twice and Mike Brandano had 1-1-2 in No. 6 North Reading’s 5-2 win over No. 3 Lynn; and Sullivan’s second goal of the game, with 7:08 left, turned out to be the winner, Crowley had 1-2-3 and Nicodemus added two assists in No. 5 Newburyport’s 4-3 victory over No. 4 Winthrop, which got 1-2-3 from Dan Eruzione. In the semifinals, Alexander Webb posted 1-2-3, Sean Brennan scored twice and Jake Omaley had two assists in Cape Ann’s 6-2 win over North Reading; and Rich Davis had two assists in regulation and then scored the deciding goal in the shootout, Bryan Bellmore posted 2-1-3 and Dan Morin two assists as No. 1 Haverhill/Pentucket edged Newburyport, 5-4 – Crowley with 2-2-4, Nicodemus 1-2-3 and Sullivan 1-1-2 in the loss. In the title game, Omaley delivered 2-1-3 in Cape Ann’s 5-2 victory over Haverhill/Pentucket.
PLAYOFF MVP: Jake Omaley, Cape Ann
In the crossover game, Nick Gettler scored twice and Rossetti had 1-1-2 in Wilmington’s 4-1 victory over Cape Ann.
BLUE SOUTH AMERICAN
Top-seeded Greater Lowell won the title. In the quarterfinals, Ryan Monte wore the hat in No. 3 Salem’s 6-2 win over Wakefield, which got two assists from Kevin Patti; and Harry Kurker had 1-1-2, James Donaghey added two assists and Dan Dewing lost a shutout bid when Wolcik scored with 3:12 left as No. 5 Reading beat No. 4 Triton, 3-1. In the semifinals, Pat Silk had two assists and Nick Hayward scored early in the second period of Greater Lowell’s 2-1 win over Reading; and Jake Veilleux, Sebastian Belanger, Zippy Maxwell and Ryan Day all collected 1-1-2 in Salem’s 7-3 victory over No. 2 Tewksbury. In the title game, Payne Bourgeois posted 2-1-3, Craig Harper had 1-2-3 and Pat Lane three assists in front of Corey Vaillancourt in Greater Lowell’s 4-1 win over Salem.
PLAYOFF MVP: Corey Vaillancourt, Greater Lowell
BLUE SOUTH NATIONAL
No. 5 Marblehead won the championship. In the first round, Corey Finch wore the hat, Teddy McNamara had 1-2-3 and Colby Shephard had 1-1-2 in Marblehead’s 6-3 victory over No. 4 Concord, which got two goals from Dakota Tyno; Jack Otero and Brett Losier both scored twice and Jonathan Mills had 1-1-2 as No. 3 Acton-Boxboro beat No. 6 Nashoba, 6-1; and Anthony Allen pitched a shutout and Pat Wood scored twice as No. 7 Saugus nipped No. 2 Concord-Carlisle, 2-0. In the semifinals, Myles Berry pitched a shutout and Aaron Deangelo scored in the second period as Marblehead edged No. 1 Stoneham; and Steve Kay’s second goal of the game, with 2:19 left, gave Saugus a 2-1 win over Acton-Boxboro. In the title game, Chris Cormier scored what proved to be the winner 48 seconds into the third period and Nick Perry and Erik Powers both posted 1-1-2 as Marblehead edged Saugus, 4-3 – Kay with two goals and Steve Bennett 1-1-2 in the loss.
PLAYOFF MVP: Steve Kay, Saugus
In the crossover game, Vaillancourt pitched a shutout and Lane scored twice in Greater Lowell’s 3-0 win over Marblehead.
RED NORTH AMERICAN
Top-seeded Methuen won the title. In the first game, Andrew Spaulding and Macallen Sutton shared the shutout and Rhett Adley scored with 33 seconds left in the first period of No. 4 Lexington/Bedford’s 1-0 win over No. 5 Woburn. In the semifinals, John Bartlett had 2-1-3 and Nick DeCherico 1-1-2 in Methuen’s 3-1 victory over Lexington/Bedford; and Jack Reilly delivered 2-2-4, Alex Gray had 2-1-3 and Brian Sargent 1-1-2 in No. 3 Andover’s 7-4 win over No. 2 Wilmington. In the title game, DeCherico scored twice and Tom Moore posted two assists in Methuen’s 3-1 win over Andover.
PLAYOFF MVP: Nick DeCherico, Methuen
RED NORTH NATIONAL
No. 3 Malden won the title. Ken Bartolo delivered 2-1-3 and Will Briand also scored twice in Malden’s 6-2 win over No. 6 S&S; and Luke Tetrault’s second goal of the game snapped a 2-2 tie with 5:56 left, Sam Johnson posted 1-1-2 and Nick LoConte two assists in No. 4 Lynnfield’s 4-2 victory over No. 5 Nashua, which got two assists from Jake Fagan. In the semifinals, Bobby Lavargna scored two minutes into overtime to give Malden a 3-2 decision over Danvers, which forced overtime when Ryan Buchanan scored with 3:59 left in the third period; and Anthony Costa came through with 2-1-3 and Tyler Gregory and Andrew Crampe both had 1-2-3 in Lynnfield’s 4-2 triumph over No. 1 Watertown, which got 1-1-2 from Joey Kelland and two assists from Matt Donnell. In the title game, Will Rennie and Nick Bertocchi both delivered 2-1-3, John Dalba had 1-2-3 and Ryan Giglielo pitched a shutout in Malden’s big win over Lynnfield.
PLAYOFF MVP: Bobby Lavargna, Malden
In the crossover game, Bartolo scored twice in Malden’s 4-2 win over Methuen.
RED SOUTH AMERICAN
No. 2 North Andover won the championship. In the first round, Carney had 1-1-2 and No. 5 Peabody defeated No. 4 Haverhill/Pentucket, 4-2. In the semifinals, Chris Nigro wore the hat and had an assist and Jared Dussault and Kyle Schiff both posted 1-1-2 in North Andover’s 6-0 win over No. 3 Greater Lowell; and Steve Debay and Stephan Porfido scored 36 seconds apart early in the third period to lift Peabody to a 3-2 decision over No. 1 Medford. In the title game, Schiff wore the hat and had an assists, Nigro delivered 2-2-4, Dussault had two assists and Cam Carpenito pitched a shutout in North Andover’s 7-0 victory over Peabody.
PLAYOFF MVP: Chris Nigro, North Andover
RED SOUTH NATIONAL
No. 3 Arlington won the title. In the quarterfinals, Brian Houston scored twice and Matt Mancini had two assists in Arlington’s 3-1 win over No. 6 Cape Ann; and Kozlowski delivered 2-1-3 in No. 5 Beverly’s 6-1 win over No. 4 Waltham. In the semifinals, Arlington’s James Reposa and Newton’s Max Gordan matched shutouts before Andrew Cunningham scored the deciding goal in a 3-1 shootout that gave Arlington a 1-0 win; and a 3-1 shootout lifted No. 1 Newburyport past Beverly, 2-1. In the title game, Cunningham again scored the deciding shootout goal, giving Arlington a 2-1 decision over Newburyport, which forced overtime when Jacob Timony scored with 56 seconds left in regulation.
PLAYOFF MVPS: James Reposa, Andrew Cunningham, Arlington
In the crossover game, Cunningham had yet another deciding shootout goal and Nick Sullivan posted 1-1-2 as Arlington edged North Andover, 3-2 – Klienendorst with two assists in the loss.
SILVER NORTH NATIONAL
No. 3 North Reading took home the crown. In the quarterfinals, Mitch Mahoney scored with 49.6 seconds left to give North Reading a 3-2 decision over No. 6 Chelmsford, which got 1-1-2 from Rachel Bossi; Kyle Taggart scored with 4:06 left to give No. 1 Masco a 3-2 win over No. 8 Andover, which got both goals from Chris Burns; Wenzel and Donovan both scored twice, Rustani had two assists and Papagiorgio lost a shutout bid when Mike Storck scored with 5:24 left in No. 2 Lynn’s 5-1 win over No. 7 Maples; and Daigan Robichaud scored twice and Dan McNamara had 1-1-2 in No. 4 PAT’s 4-1 victory over No. 5 Groton. In the semifinals, Joe Lemieux scored twice, Mahoney had 1-1-2 and Mitch Waterhouse two assists in North Reading’s 5-2 win over Lynn, which got both goals from Wenzel; and Tom Cashin capped a hat trick with the winner with 6:58 left and Josh Sholomith had two assists as Masco edged PAT, 3-2. In the title game, Mahoney’s second-period goal lifted North Reading past Masco, 2-1.
PLAYOFF MVP: Mitch Mahoney, North Reading
SILVER SOUTH AMERICAN
No. 5 Tewksbury won the title. In the quarterfinals, Jason Abele scored the deciding goal in the shootout as Tewksbury edged No. 4 Woburn, 2-1; and Mike Baglieri had two goals and an assists as No. 3 Salem defeated No. 6 Lexington/Bedford. In the semifinals, Sullivan pitched a shutout and Bryant Bonaiuto scored midway through the second period as Tewksbury topped No. 1 Wakefield, 3-0; and Baglieri’s second goal of the game, with one second left in overtime, gave Salem a 3-2 decision over No. 2 Burlington, which forced OT when Philip Mills scored with 3:50 left in regulation. In the title game, Bonaiuto scored eight seconds into overtime to give Tewksbury a 4-3 win over Salem, which scored two goals in 25 seconds late to force overtime, J. Abele and Denn with 1-1-2 each in the win and Ryan Nelson 1-1-2 in the loss.
PLAYOFF MVP: Bryant Bonaiuto, Tewksbury
SILVER SOUTH NATIONAL
Top-seeded Everett/Revere won the title. In the quarterfinals, Cody Turner pitched a shutout and Mike Corbett scored early as No. 3 Newburyport topped No. 6 Marblehead; and Mike Stellati and Chris Fucillo both scored twice and Jacob Lloyd had two assists in No. 4 Winthrop’s 5-1 win over No. 5 Nashoba. In the semifinals, Marco Mazzarelli delivered 2-1-3 and Marc Centrella also scored twice in Everett’s 7-2 win over Winthrop; and Pat Tufts and Alex Ryan both scored twice, Bradley Degnan had 1-1-2 and Matt Colwell pitched a shutout in No. 2 Stoneham’s 5-0 victory over Newburyport. In the title game, Mazzarelli wore the hat and had an assist, scoring what proved to be the winner with 8:47 left, James Liberge had 1-2-3, Zachary Bell added two assists and Doug White and Adam Comeau lost a combined shutout bid when Tufts scored with 1:30 left and again 21 seconds later as Everett topped Stoneham, 4-2 – Alex Ryan assisting on both Tufts goals.
PLAYOFF MVP: Marco Mazzarelli, Everett
In the crossover game, Cam Whalen posted 1-2-3 and Mazzarelli 1-1-2 in Everett’s 4-1 win over Tewksbury.
GOLD NORTH NATIONAL
Top-seeded Lynn won the championship. In the play-in game, goalie Parise was perfect in the shootout, R. Mulkerin had a goal and an assist and No. 49 two assists in regulation and No. 8 Cape Ann edged No. 9 Newton, 3-2. In the quarterfinals, Kevin Dusablon had a regulation assist and the deciding shootout goal as Lynn nipped Cape Ann, 3-2; Gabriel David scored twice, Jonathan Mills and Mike Baker both posted 1-1-2 and William Simmons had two assists as No. 7 Wilmington defeated No. 2 Danvers, 5-2; Ethan Wyman snapped a 1-1 tie with 10:58 left as No. 3 Arlington topped No. 6 Haverhill/Pentucket, 4-1; and Pat Maguire scored twice and Brendan MacVarish and Kyle Rogers both delivered 1-1-2 as No. 4 Hollis beat No. 5 Nashua, 7-1. In the semifinals, Joe Silva scored five goals, Vinny Capuno set up four and Joey Casale had 1-2-3 in Lynn’s 6-3 victory over Hollis, which got 1-1-2 from Jack Sengstaken; and Brian Tocci came through with 2-1-3 and Adam Grill 1-1-2 in Arlington’s 3-1 win over Wilmington. In the title game, Silva had 2-1-3 and Capuno 1-2-3 and George Papageorgio lost a shutout bid when Tocci scored with 3:12 left in Lynn’s 5-1 win over Arlington.
PLAYOFF MVPS: Joe Silva, Vinny Capuno, Lynn