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Top-seeded Concord won the championship.

In play-in games, Shay Donahue and Henry Butte scored 32 seconds apart and Indi Wagner assisted on two goals in Belmont’s 3-1 victory; Aiden Blair scored with 1:04 left gave Natick a 3-2 decision over Andover – Joey Perdoni and Ryan Jewett with a goal and an assist in the win; Davis was perfect in goal in the shootout and Hirsch had the only shootout goal as Arlington completed a comeback from two goals down to edged Tewksbury, 3-2 – Ferioli scoring with 7:49 left and Hirsch forcing overtime with a goal with 1:12 remaining; and Jake Donovan scored twice, JP Sullivan had 1-1-2 and Ted Giradina had two assists in Reading’s 3-1 win over Dorchester.

In the quarterfinals, Tucker Shedd dished out two assists, Brendan Heppler pitched a shutout and Brooks Craigue and Ryan Doherty scored in the first period of Concord’s 4-0 victory over Natick; Brock Bergeron scored four goals, Wade Viola tallied twice and the Maine Academy scored four first-period goals en route to an 8-1 win over Arlington; Jacob Hammar snapped a 1-1 tie with his second goal of the game 38 seconds into the third period and AJ Bongiorno had 1-1-2 in Chelmsford’s 5-1 victory over Reading; and Max Wagner scored two goals in 19 seconds late to give Belmont a 5-3 decision over Triton – Donahue with 1-1-2 in the win and Cole Daniels two goals and Dom Cardillo two assists in the loss.

In the semifinals, Heath Mann scored twice in the third period and Cam McGonigle had two assists in Concord’s 4-2 win over Maine, which got 1-1-2 from Violo; and Donahue and Stephen Kilcoyne both scored twice and Indi Wagner and Butte both posted two assists in Belmont’s 5-2 win over Chelmsford.

 

In the title game, Craigue came through with a goal and two assists, McGonigle scored twice and Doherty had a goal and an assist in Concord’s 5-3 triumph – Cam Fici with two goals in the loss.

PLAYOFF MVP: Brooks Craigue, Concord

 

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SOUTH AMERICAN

Top-seeded Newton captured the crown.

In the quarterfinals, Chloe Noxon had a goal and an assist, Elisabeth Rourke dished out two assists and Reagan O’Neil pitched shutout in Wellesley’s 4-0 victory over the Sharks; Finnegan Shea tied the game with 10:30 left and Cia Beatty then scored with 1:19 remaining to give Framingham a 2-1 decision over Needham; and Cooper Conlin and Itai Weisman (1-1-2) scored 15 seconds apart as Lexington/Bedford topped Hyde Park, 5-3 – No. 99 with a goal and two assists and O’Neill two goals in the loss.

In the semifinals, Ian Russo scored twice in Newton’s 4-1 win over Framingham; and Liam Hunt snapped a 1-1 tie with 25 seconds left in the second period as Lexington/Bedford edged Wellesley, 2-1.

In the final, Declan Daley scored with 4:13 left to give Newton a 2-1 victory over Lexington/Bedford.

PLAYOFF MVP: Declan Daley, Newton

 

SOUTH NATIONAL

Third-seeded Cape Ann won the championship.

In quarterfinal results, Jack Rorick’s second goal of the game tied it 5:22 left and Chris Gould followed 31 seconds later to give Charlestown a 3-2 decision over South Boston; Marblehead came through with two late goals to force overtime, but Emerson Marshall scored his second goal of the game 20 seconds into the OT to give Cape Ann a 4-3win – Zach Morris also with two goals in the win and Eli Feingold and Shane Keough scoring 29 seconds apart to force the extra time; and Cambridge nipped Lynnfield/Saugus, 3-2.

In the semifinals, Marshall scored two goals and set up another and Jeff Stauffer snapped a 4-4 tie with 10:41 left as Cape Ann downed Cambridge, 6-4; and Delvalle’s second goal of the game, with 9:41 left, gave Charlestown a 2-1 decision over NH East.

In the final, Morris’s second goal of the game snapped a 2-2 tie with 10:40 left, Marshall posted 1-1-2 and Stauffer two assists as Cape Ann scored four times in a 4:50 span of the third period and topped Charlestown, 5-2 – Florez with two goals in the loss.

PLAYOFF MVP: Emerson Marshall, Cape Ann

In the crossover game, Marshall came through with two goals and an assist and Jack Delaney and Max Vieira both also scored twice in Cape Ann’s 7-4 victory over Newton, which got 1-2-3 from Ian Russo and two goals from Neil Seth.

 

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NORTH AMERICAN

Top-seeded Acton-Boxboro won the title.

In quarterfinal play, Ben Chwalek scored 41 seconds into the third period to give SMS a 2-1 victory over the Wizards; and CJ Cellucci clicked for two goals and an assist, Nate Bertocchi and Nolan Mullen also scored twice and Dan Earley had a goal and an assist in Parkway’s 7-1 win over Waltham.

In the semis, Marcus Dibello wore the hat, Griffin Bast scored twice and Dylan Lokken had 1-1-2 in Acton-Boxboro’s 7-1 win over Parkway; and Cannon Wilder pitched a shutout and Andrew Walsh scored twice in the second period of Twin City’s 2-0 win over SMS.

In the final, No. 49 snapped a 1-1 tie with 8:15 left as Acton-Boxboro defeated Twin City, 4-1.

PLAYOFF MVP: Marcus Dibello, Acton-Boxboro

 

NORTH NATIONAL

Second-seeded Wilmington won the championship.

In the quarterfinals, Matt Aridto wore the hat, two of the goals 14 seconds apart, and added an assist and Jack Farrell and Mike Daniel both delivered a goal and an assist in Wilmington’s 7-3 victory over Newburyport, which got 1-1-2 from Kane Brennan; Braeden Archambault had a goal and two assists, Jake Madden posted 1-1-2 and Charlie Smith lost a shutout when Downey scored with 1:39 left in Andover’s 5-1 win over Lynn; and Ari Hain and JD Parker scored 1:43 apart in the second period as Winthrop trimmed Brookline, 3-1.

In the semifinals, Dillon Bloom pitched a shutout and Daniels had 1-1-2 in Wilmington’s 3-0 win over Winthrop; and Braden Carroll came through with two goals and an assist and Bobby DeFeo posted 1-1-2 in Wakefield’s 7-2 triumph over Andover, which got both goals from Chad Cao.

In the final, Bloom pitched another shutout and Farrell scored early in Wilmington’s 2-0 victory over Wakefield.

PLAYOFF MVP: Dillon Bloom, Wilmington

In the crossover game, Colin Murphy, who also had an assist, scored twice in the third period to give Acton-Boxboro a 5-4 decision over Wilmington – Jonathan Zhang also with two goals and Lokken two assists in the win and Matt Ardito wearing a hat in the loss.

 

SOUTH AMERICAN

The top-seeded Blazers won the title.

In a play-in game, Ahern and No. 46 both scored twice and Moan pitched a shutout as Watertown topped the Outlaws, 5-0.

In the quarterfinals, Moynahan wore a natural hat in the third period and also posted two assists, Upton had two goals and an assist and McDougle two assists as the Blazers defeated Watertown, 6-2 – Ahern with both goals in the loss; Liam Maher clicked for 2-2-4 and Maggie Pierce 2-1-3 as Melrose eliminated Medfield, 6-1; No. 17 scored with 4:18 remaining and Ryan Desmond (1-1-2) followed 28 seconds later to give Waltham a 3-2 decision over Woburn, which got both goals from Nick Leuzzi; and Joe Melanson scored twice and Matt Hutchinson lost a shutout when Ryan Kane scored with 1:15 left as Medford defeated Burlington, 4-1.

In the semifinals, Upton and Moynahan both scored two goals and set up three others, Young went for 2-2-3 and Fascaldo also scored twice in the Blazers’ 8-4 victory over Medford, which got three assists from Melanson; and Casey Williams was perfect in goal in the shootout and Desmond and William Curley both scored shootout goals as Waltham edged Melrose, 2-1.

In the final, Upton and Moynahan both had a goal and an assist as the Blazers won it with a 5-1 win over Waltham.

PLAYOFF MVPs: Moynahan and Upton, Blazers

 

SOUTH NATIONAL

Top-seeded North Reading took home the crown.

In a play-in game, Adam Green dished out three assists and No. 37 scored twice in Agawam’s 5-1 victory over Nashua.

In the quarterfinals, Cole Lopilato wore the hat, Justin Daley posted three assists and Landon Phillips two in North Reading’s 6-3win over Agawam, which got two goals from No. 47; D.J. Bachini had a goal and two assists, Ben Janvrin delivered three assists and Matt Mezza and Matt Capachietti both scored twice in Beverly’s 7-2 triumph over North Andover; Jack Murray, who had two goals and an assist, scored with 1:10 left and Riley Abbott followed with 19 seconds remaining to give Reading a 4-3 decision over Nashoba – Jack Meehan with 1-2-3 in the win; and Pat Drew came through with two goals and two assists and Jack Allard and Cody Incropera both also scored twice in Methuen’s 8-3 win over Greater Lowell, which got two goals from Sean Gray;

In the semis, Lopilato had 2-1-3, Teddy Suny posted 1-1-2 and Devon Tucker pitched a shutout in North Reading’s 5-0 victory over Reading; and Jack Silverio and Matt Tardif scored 13 seconds apart in the third period and Colin Grimley scored twice as Methuen nipped Beverly, 4-2.

In the title game, Lopilato scored two goals and set up two others, Joey Collins also scored twice and Suny and Phillips both posted 1-1-2 in North Reading’s 8-2 win over Methuen.

PLAYOFF MVP: Cole Lopilato, North Reading

In the crossover game, Young’s second and Moynahan’s second goals of the game came 1:02 apart late in the second period and Upton had 1-1-2 as the Blazers topped North Reading, 6-3 – Suny with 1-1-2 in the loss.

 

EAST AMERICAN

Second-seeded Concord won the title.

In quarterfinal action, Evan Crandlemire scored what turned out to be the winner 14 seconds into the third period as Concord edged Somerville, 3-2 – Gaskin with a goal and an assist in the loss; Callan Wardwell scored twice, Isabel Canareo had two assists and Wes Rollins lost a shutout when Liam Flaherty scored with 1:55 left in Triton’s 6-1 victory over Charlestown; and Richard Guarino scored one goal and dished out three assists, Will Shannon wore the hat, two of the goals 28 seconds apart, Joe Young posted 1-1-2 and Ben Cohen two assists in Masco’s 8-4 win over Peabody, which got two goals from Brady Ayles.

In the semis, Brady McGonigle, who also had an assist, scored with 6:42 left, Brendan Marcoux followed with his second goal of the game 2:09 later and Trevor Brown had 1-1-2 as Concord nipped Masco, 5-3 – Young with two goals in the loss; and Anthony Bazzinotti tied the game in the third period and Matt Donovan scored with 2:27 left in overtime to give Stoneham a 2-1 decision over Triton.

In the final, Marcoux wore the hat and snapped a 2-2 tie with 3:01 remaining and Crandlemire had two assists in Concord’s 4-2 triumph over Stoneham.

PLAYOFF MVP: Brandan Marcoux, Concord

 

EAST NATIONAL

No. 2 Triboro won the championship.

In the quarterfinals, Sam Myles scored twice, George Proffitt had two assists and Dan Esteves lost a shutout when Ryan Habeshian scored with one second left in Triboro’s 4-1 victory over Groton; Ryan Fangel clicked for a goal and two assists and Brendan MacDonnell and Cayden Miceli both posted 1-1-2 in Natick’s 5-1 win over Newton; and Nick Cottopitched a shutout and Brian Dunner scored with 3:25 left in the second period as Dedham trimmed Needham, 3-0.

In the semifinals, Jake Leary set up two goals and Jake Gulchenski snapped a 1-1 tie with 43 seconds left in the second period as Triboro downed Dedham, 4-1; and Luke Trantor scored with one second left in the second period to give SMS a 2-1 win over Natick.

In the final, Esteves pitched a shutout and Brendan oy scored in the first period as Triboro edged SMS, 1-0.

PLAYOFF MVP: Dan Esteves, Triboro

In the crossover game, Marcoux scored with 3:49 left in overtime to give Concord a 2-1 decision over Triboro – Trevor Brown with 1-1-2 in the win and Gulchenski scoring the Triboro goal with 4:52 left in the second period.

 

WEST AMERICAN

Third-seeded Dorchester won the title.

In play-in games, Felix Sims scored twice, Joe Michaud and Andrew Ferreira both had a goal and an assist and Greg Federico pitched a shutout in Belmont’s 7-0 victory over Marblehead; Scott Kelly scored with 2:25 left to give Arlington a 2-1 decision over the Blazers; and Shane Napolitano scored twice in the first period and then had the shootout winner as Everett/Revere edged Winchester, 3-2.

In the quarterfinals, David George scored with 1:50 left to give Dorchester a 2-1 victory over Belmont; Tyler Monaghan erupted for five goals and George Chamoun pitched a shutout in Hyde Park’s 6-0 victory over Arlington; Sean McCarthy scored twice and Mike McNeil snapped a 2-2 tie with 7:20 left as Parkway trimmed Winthrop, 4-2.

In the semifinals, Aiden Ellis pitched a shutout, Finn Kelly scored twice and Nick Berardinelli had two assists in Dorchester’s 3-0 win over Wakefield; and Sean McCarthy scored twice and Tom McCarthy had two assists in Parkway’s 4-1 victory over Hyde Park.

In the final, Kelly scored with 4:56 left to give Dorchester a 3-2 decision over Parkway.

PLAYOFF MVP: Aidan Ellis, Dorchester

 

WEST NATIONAL

Second-seeded Andover won the title.

In quarterfinal play, Mike Pelletier pitched a shutout and Tom Ferdinando scored twice in Andover’s 3-0 win over Framingham; Justin Finnegan pitched a shutout and then posted a perfect shootout as Jonathan Dalton and Ryan Dusablon scored in the shootout to give Wilmington a 1-0 decision over Acton-Boxboro, which got a shutout from Jake Henry; Campbell wore the hat and had an assist and O’Brien scored twice as Concord-Carlisle downed the Sharks, 6-2 – Beauregard with 1-1-2 and Spanos two assists in the loss; and Megan Cunningham stopped all five shootout attempts and John Ragucci and Tyler Edward scored in the shootout to give Tewksbury a 3-2 victory over the Wizards – Nick Calouro forcing over with a Tewksbury goal 41 seconds into the third period.

In the semis, Nil Castro-Rivera, who also had an assist, scored twice in the third period and Peter Elliott had two assists as Andover edged Concord-Carlisle, 4-3 – O’Brien with two goals in the loss; and Finnegan pitched a shutout and Nick Ackerman scored in the first period of Wilmington’s 2-0 win over Tewksbury.

In the championship game, Nate Carriuolo had a goal and an assist and Lucas Iannicelli scored what turned out to be the winner with 2:41 left as Andover nipped Wilmington, 4-3 – Nick Ackerman with two goals in the loss.

PLAYOFF MVPs: Mike Pelletier, Andover and Justin Finnegan, Wilmington

In the crossover game, Pelletier pitched a shutout and was then 5-for-5 in the shootout as Elliott scored the shootout winner in Andover’s 1-0 decision over Dorchester, which got a shutout from Ellis.

 

CENTRAL AMERICAN

Top-seeded Hollis AA2 won the championship.

In the quarterfinals, Ned Williams pitched a shutout and Marcel Joe scored early in the second period as Andover edged Chelmsford, 1-0; Alan Zhang tied the game with 6:38 left and Russell LeBert, who also had an assist, then scored with 2:09 remaining to give Lexington/Bedford a 3-2 victory over the Cyclones; and Kyle McGrath pitched a shutout and Nick Bono posted 1-1-2 as Hollis AA1 trimmed Manchester, 3-0.

In the semis, Isaac Windsor scored the winner with 4:26 left in overtime and Hollis AA2 scored three goals in 18 seconds in the second period to nip Hollis AA1, 4-3; and Tommy Humphreys posted 1-1-2 and Ryan Cotton scored what turned out to be the winner with 9:53 left as Andover edged Lexington/Bedford, 3-2.

In the final, Windsor scored with 4:38 left to give Hollis AA2 a 2-1decision over Andover.

PLAYOFF MVP: Isaac Winsor, Hollis AA2

 

CENTRAL NATIONAL

Fourth-seeded South Boston charged all the way to the title.

In a play-in game, Peter Gillis scored with 50 seconds left in overtime to give Agawam a 3-2 victory over Cape Ann, which forced OT when Sargent scored with 3:05 remaining in regulation.

In the quarterfinals, Sean Feetham had a goal and an assist and Terry Markos pitched a shutout in South Boston’s 5-0 win over Waltham; Owen Bedrosian pitched a shutout and Tyler Okun scored early as Wellesley nipped Medford, 2-0; Gavin Donahue had 2-1-3, Villiot posted 1-1-2, Tommy Keefe had two assists and Ronan Donahue pitched a shutout as Melrose stopped Agawam, 5-0; and Max Little scored with 2:30 left in overtime to give Brookline a 2-1 decision over Lynnfield/Saugus;

In the semis, South Boston edged Melrose, 3-2, in a shootout after the teams traded goals 7.4 seconds apart late in the second period – Jerry O’Neill scoring for South Boston with 26.6 seconds remaining and Gavin Donahue answering for Melrose; and Bedrosian pitched a shutout and Turner Rayment scored in the first period as Wellesley edged Brookline, 1-0.

In the final, Alex Fucile scored one goal and dished out two assists and Stella Maclelland, who scored twice, snapped a 1-1 tie with one second left in the second period as South Boston topped Wellesley, 5-1.

PLAYOFF MVP: Alex Fucile, South Boston

In the crossover game, Will Dodge scored two goals and set up another and Matt D’Ortona pitched a shutout as Hollis AA2 topped South Boston, 4-0.

 

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NORTH AMERICAN

Second-seeded Haverhill/Pentucket won the title.

In play-in games, Jimmy Ciancarelli scored two goals and set up another and Ketan Gardner posted a goal and two assists as SMS downed Haverhill/Pentucket A1, 5-2; Russell scored twice and Varadi had two assists in Acton-Boxboro’s 4-2 victory over Malden/East Boston; Dylan Timmins wore a natural hat and assisted on the other goals, Colby Medeiros posted 1-1-2 and Griffin Carr pitched a shutout in Wilmington’s 4-0 win over Nashua; and Dylan Lee scored twice, Chris Viscione had 1-1-2 and Dylan Flynn two assists in Billerica’s 4-1 triumph over Amesbury.

In the quarterfinals, DeLuca scored twice, snapping a 1-1 tie with 8:30 left in a five-goal third period that gave Haverhill/Pentucket AA a 6-1 win over Wilmington – Ackerman with 1-1-2 in the loss; Ryan May scored two goals in 20 seconds in the first period, AJ Mills clicked for 1-1-2 and Bobby Isabelle scored what turned out to be the winner with 2:15 left in the second period as Twin City topped SMS, 6-3 – Blake Swartz with two goals and O. Klappenbach 1-1-2 in the loss; Mike Sullivan scored twice as North Andover trimmed Billerica, 3-1; and Varadi had two goals and an assist, scoring what turned out to be the winner with 1:48 left in the second period and Mike Putt had 1—1-2 as Acton-Boxboro edged NH East, 5-4 – Douris with two goals and Tangway 1-1-2 in the loss.

In the semis, Justin Torosian, John Bishop and Daven Allard all posted a goal and an assist as Haverhill topped Acton-Boxboro, 7-2; and Brandon LeBlanc scored two goals in the second period and then came through with a goal in a 2-0 shootout that gave Twin City a 3-2 decision over North Andover.

In the final, Torosian erupted for five goals and Dylan Soucy pitched a shutout in Haverhill’s 6-0 win over Twin City.

PLAYOFF MVP: Justin Torosian, Haverhill/Pentucket

 

NORTH NATIONAL

Third-seeded Reading won the title.

In play-in games, Wellesley won a shootout, 3-1, to defeat Needham, 2-1; and Sammy Ohannesian had 1-1-2 and William Roddy and Aiden Sprague scored 15 seconds apart in the second period as Lynn downed Burlington, 4-1.

In the quarterfinals, Jack Munini pitched a shutout and Jack Eagan scored early in the second period as Reading edged Parkway, 1-0; Ksaver Tomasic-Srdar had two assists and Dave Tuccinardi and Ryan Blumofe scored goals as Cambridge nipped Lynn, 2-1; Tommy McCarthy scored twixce in Dorchester’s 3-1 win over Wellesley; and Liam Conley scored his second goal of the game with 3:54 left in overtime to give the Sharks a 5-4 decision over Woburn – Breen Drew (1-1-2) forcing OT with a goal with 5:48 left in regulation and Jack Doherty with two goals in the loss.

In the semifinals, Munini pitched a shutout and Eagan scored all three goals in Reading’s 3-0 victory over Dorchester; and Liam Conlon scored 41 seconds into the third period to give the Sharks a 2-1 decision over Cambridge.

In the final, Fratto dished out two assists and Moreau snapped a 1-1 tie with 8:49 left in the second period as Reading topped the Sharks, 4-1.

PLAYOFF MVP Jack Munini, Reading

In the crossover game, Soucy pitched a shutout, Torosian set up both goals and Duquette scored in the first period of Haverhill/Pentucket’s2-0win over Reading.

 

SOUTH AMERICAN

The fourth-seeded Outlaws stormed all the way to the crown.

In the quarterfinals, O’Brien forced overtime with a goal with 5:39 left and Aiden Azzouz, who also had an assist, then came through with four seconds left in overtime to give the Outlaws a 4-3 decision over the Andover Girls; Brooke Nye scored twice in the third period to give the Wizards a 3-1 victory over Groton; and Will Gaynor scored with one second left in overtime to give Nashoba a 5-4 decision over Natick, Gaynor with two goals and an assist and Aiden Brady forcing OT with a goal with 10:22 left in the win and Mark Saradjian two goals in the loss.

In the semifinals, Azzouz wore the hat, including the goal that forced overtime with 10:25 left, and Matt Girard scored twice in the game and then had the shootout winner as the Outlaws edged Twin City, 5-4 — Alisauskas with two goals in the loss; and Jack Funaro scored the winner early in the second period and Colin Hoar assisted on both goals as Nashoba edged the Wizards, 2-1.

In the final, Danny O’Brien wore a third-period hat and had an assist, Azzouz delivered a goal and three assists and Girard posted 2-1-3 as the Outlaws downed Nashoba, 6-4 – Gaynor with a hat trick in the loss.

PLAYOFF MVP: Aiden Azzouz, Outlaws

 

SOUTH NATIONAL

Second-seeded Seacoast won it all.

In the quarterfinals, Finn Bussiere scored six goals and set up another and Brady Stevens had a goal and an assist in Seacoast’s 10-4 victory over Arlington, which got 1-1-2 from Barnabas Kiss; Declan Grady forced overtime for Stoneham with a goal with 10:49 left in regulation but Reading took the shootout 3-1 to score a 2-1 decision; and Nick Fietz wore the hat and Ryan Todisco and Andrew Diminico both posted 1-1-2 in Andover’s 7-0 win over Tewksbury.

In the semis, Jackson Lerner clicked for two goals and an assist and Bussiere posted 1-2-3 in Seacoast’s 4-1 win over Reading; and Max Conley had 2-1-3 and Aidan Conley 1-2-3 in Masco’s 4-2 triumph over Andover.

In the final, Brady Powicki scored with 41 seconds left in overtime to give Seacoast a 3-2 decision over Masco, which forced OT thanks to 1-1-2 by Dan Cantore in the third period – Lerner and Bussiere with second-period goals 16 seconds apart before both assisted on the winner.

PLAYOFF MVP: Finn Bussiere, Seacoast

In crossover action, Azzouz scored twice and Girard had a goal and an assists as the Outlaws downed Seacoast, 3-1.

 

EAST AMERICAN

Fifth-seeded Medfield charged all the way to the title.

In the quarterfinals, Austin Verge pitched a shutout and Jack Hauptman ended Ben Rishikof’s shutout bid with 3:02 left and gave Medfielda 1-0 decision over Newton; Jack Clickstein scored one goal and set up three others, Krystian Reese delivered 2-1-3 and Alex Giancola also scored twice in Needham’s 7-4 win over Waltham, which got two goals from Sebastian D’Amico; Jacob Erlandson and Stephen Wells scored third-period goal1:40 apart to give Framingham a 2-1 decision over Andover; and No. 2 scored what turned out to be the winner 11 seconds into the third period as Concord-Carlisle edged Andover, 3-2.

In the semifinals, Verge pitched a shutout and Connor White scored once in each period of Medfield’s 3-0 victory over Needham; and John Saario scored with 4:54 left to give Concord-Carlisle a 2-1 decision over Framingham.

In the final, Brett Driscoll set up two goals and Zane Clark scored what turned out to be the winner with 2:57 left in the second period as Medfield defeated Concord-Carlisle, 5-2.

PLAYOFF MVP: Austin Verge, Medfield

 

EAST NATIONAL

Top-seeded Cambridge took home the crown.

In a play-in game, Noah Page pitched a shutout and John Downing scored early in the second period as Methuen edged S&S, 1-0.

In the quarterfinals, Ben Packard scored with 6:20 left and Ruggero Botto then followed with his second goal of a three-goal third period that lifted Cambridge past Methuen, 3-2 – Mark Hebbelinck with 1-1-2 in the loss; Christian Galatis scored four goals and set up another, Connor LeBrun scored one goal and set up three others ad Tim Boese and Kim both had two assists as Andover South trimmed Billerica, 8-3 – Nathan Medeiros with two goals in the loss; Jake Sullivan had 1-1-2 as Andover West topped Greater Lowell, 3-1; and Kaylie Sullivan dished out three assists and Owen Kreuz scored twice in Newburyport’s 5-1 victory over Wakefield.

In the semifinals, Botto delivered a goal and two assists and Packard and Nick Carlson both scored twice as Cambridge downed Andover South, 6-2; and Joe Murphy clicked for 2-1-3 and Tidiane Thian dished out two assists as Andover West defeated Newburyport, 4-1.

In the final, Carlson, Grant Levinson and Corey Quinland all scored in the first period as Cambridge edged Andover West, 3-2.

PLAYOFF MVP: Nick Carlson, Cambridge

In the Crossover game, Connor White scored twice as Medfield downed Cambridge, 4-1.

 

WEST AMERICAN

Top-seeded Nashua won the championship.

In the quarterfinals, Matt Ryan scored four goals and set up another and Chase McBride had a goal and two assists in Nashua’s 7-2 victory over Masco, which got both goals from Dylan Cole; Jack Guelli capped a hat trick with 34 seconds left to give Cape Ann a 5-4 decision over Lynnfield/Saugus – Colby Kelly with 1-2-3 and Brooke McNiff two assists in the win and Jack Glowacz two goals and Cam Busa 1-1-2 in the loss; Adam Szymanski scored twice, Cam Doane had 1-1-2, Cole Pearosn dished out two assists and Evan Piscitelli pitched a shutout in Triboro’s 4-0 win over the Outlaws; and Zach Sabetti, who also had an assist, scored with 3:24 left in overtime to give Chelmsford a 4-3 decision over SMS – Vehaan Keswani with a Chelmsford goal with 9:56 left in regulation to forced OT.

In the semifinals, McBride scored 27 seconds into the third period to give Nashua a 2-1 decision over Triboro; and Kelly wore a natural hat in a 2:06 span early in a five-goal second period that sent Cape Ann past Chelmsford, 5-3 – Guelli with 1-1-2 in the win and Sam Malone 1-1-2 in the loss.

In the final, Owen Sadowski’s second goal of the game, with 33 seconds left, gave Nashua a 4-3 decision over Cape Ann – McBride with 1-1-2 in the win and Kelly capping a hat trick with the tying goal with 58 seconds left in the loss.

PLAYOFF MVP:Colby Kelly, Cape Ann

 

WEST NATIONAL

Fifth-seeded Marblehead rallied to the title.

In the quarterfinals, Hayden Leveroni scored twice and Matt Dean and Cam Waldman both had a goal and an assist as Marblehead edged Brookline, 5-4 – Toshiki Kobayashi with two goals in the loss; Lucas Cecere wore the hat, Rory Sullivan dished out three assists, Christian McA’Nuty had 1-1-2 and Jack Sollis two assists in Hyde Park’s 7-3 victory over Parkway, which got two goals from Jack Maloney; William Taft’s second goal of the game, with 6:08 left, forced overtime and Gavin Ricard then scored with 1:25 remaining in the OT to give Lexington/Bedford a 5-4 decision over Belmont – Jackson Powers with 1-1-2 in the win and Henry Brown and Cam Carey 1-1-2 apiece in the loss; and Rich and Leone both clicked for 2-1-3 and Feeley pitched a shutout in Winthrop’s 5-0 win over South Boston.

In the semifinals, Matt Dean pitched a shutout and Leveroni scored with 4:34 left to give Marblehead a 1-0 decision over Hyde Park; and Holmes scored with no time remaining in the second period to give Winthrop a 3-2 decision over Lexington/Bedford.

In the final, Hayden Leveroni had a goal and two assists and Waldman 1-1-2 in Marblehead’s 5-3 victory over Winthrop, which got two goals from Andy.

PLAYOFF MVP: Cam Waldman, Marblehead

In the crossover game, Waldman (2-1-3) forced overtime with a goal with 1:08 left in regulation and Nate Samuels was perfect in a 2-0 shootout that gave Marblehead a 4-3 decision over Nashua, which got two assists from Sean McCarthy.

 

CENTRAL AMERICAN

Top-seeded SMS won the title.

In a play-in game, Mark Herlihy and Matt Korbin scored third-period goals to give Wellesley a 3-2 victory over Newton.

In the quarterfinals, Luke Swartz wore the hat, Andrew Nielson had two goals and an assist, Becan O’Brien scored twice and Andrew Garabedian and Jason Brooks both had two assists as SMS defeated Wellesley, 10-2; Isaac Brendel scored with 6:50 left as Brookline nipped Newton, 2-0; Jake Reissfelder and Christian Patjane both scored twice in Hyde Park’s 4-1 victory over Somerville; and Joe Luongo wore the hat in Medford’s 4-2 win over Natick, which got both goals from Austin Leombruno.

In the semifinals, Kallan Lonergan scored twice as SMS trimmed Medford, 4-1; and Brendel scored 58 seconds into overtime to give Brookline a 2-1 win over Hyde Park, which forced the OT when Paul Sadatis scored with one second left in regulation.

In the final, Swartz wore the hat, O’Brien posted 2-1-3, Nielsen also scored twice and Quinn MacLean had two assists as SMS stopped Brookline, 7-1.

PLAYOFF MVP: Luke Swartz, SMS

 

CENTRAL NATIONAL

Top-seeded Winchester won the title.

In the quarterfinals, Brian Hannon delivered a goal and two assists, Anthony Donlon scored twice, Jeff Manuel posted 1-1-2 and Tommy Mackey pitched a shutout in Winchester’s 6-0 win over Beverly; Maniscalco wore the hat and had three assists, Cullen and Kehoe both had 2-1-3 and McCoy 1-1-2 in Wakefield’s 10- victory over Melrose; Keenan Gosselin scored twice, including the goal that turned out to be the winner with one second period as North Andover edged Groton,3-2; and Adam Chiodi wore the hat and had two assists, Adam Ellegood scored four goals, Joe Arria posted 2-1-3, Gabe Pouliot had three assists and Giovanni Gomez two in Stoneham’s 9-4 win over Peabody, which got 2-1-3 from No. 66 and two assists from Zander Donovan.

In the semifinals, Mark Sun snapped a 1-1 tie with 2:30 left in the second period as Winchester downed Stoneham, 4-1; and Abbey Millman’s two goals helped North Andover get by Wakefield, 3-1.

In the final, Manual scored with 1:12 left to give Winchester a 2-1 decision over North Andover.

PLAYOFF MVP: Jeff Manuel, Winchester

In the crossover game, Jonathan Drum forced overtime with a goal with 4:09 left in regulation and then came through bagain with 1:46 left in the OT to give SMS a 4-3 victory over Winchester – Swarts and Andrew Crofton with two assists apiece in the win and James Cogan 2-13 and Manuel 1-2-3 in the loss.

 

NORTHEAST AMERICAN

Top-seeded Acton-Boxboro A4 won the title.

In the play-in games, Ken Nichol, who also had an assist, snapped a 1-1 tie with 7:40 left as Lexington/Bedford nipped Agawam, 3-1; and Tom Chambers and Kosta Katsoulis scored 1:21 apart in a three-goal third period that lifted Acton-Boxboro A2 past Nashoba, 3-1.

In the quarterfinals, Ryan McNulty scored five goals and had an assists and Robby Fiore posted 1-1-2 as Acton-Boxboro A4 topped Acton-Boxboro A2, 8-1; Brandon Grullon wore the hat and had an assist and Nichol clicked for 2-2-4 as Lexington/Bedford downed Reading, 6-3 – Dillon Sweetser with two goals in the loss; Owen Bergeron pitched a shutout and Sam Montanile scored early in Haverhill/Pentucket’s 1-0 decision over Winchester; and Nolan O’Reilly scored the winner in a 2-1 shootout that gave Woburn a 3-2 decision over Wilmington, which got 1-1-2 from Shane Costello.

In the semifinals, McNulty scored three late goals, two of them nine seconds apart, to give Acton-Boxboro A4 a 6-3 win over Woburn – David Allen with two goals in the win and O’Reilly a pair in the loss; and Kyle Taylor (2-1-3) and Grullon (second goal of the game) scored late to give Lexington/Bedford a 3-2 decision over Haverhill/Pentucket.

In the final, McNulty posted 2-1-3, Ed Ruszczyk had 1-1-2 and Jack Moyen two assists as A-B topped L/B, 5-2 – Nichol with two goals in the loss.

PLAYOFF MVP: Ryan McNulty, Acton-Boxboro

 

NORTHEAST NATIONAL

Top-seeded Medford held serve and won the crown.

In the quarterfinals, Conner Seeley and Aiden Auditore both clicked for two goals and an assist and Sheehan had a goal and two helpers in Medford’s 9-1 victory over North Andover; Jason Sousa second late goal with 1:33 left gave Cambridge a 5-4 decision over Burlington – Micah Moise with 2-1-3 and Dylan Higgins 1-1-2 in the win and Morcos 1-2-3 in the loss; Evan Piekos pitched a shutout and Cam Finkelman scored midway through the second period as Acton-Boxboro A3 edged the Outlaws, 1-0; and Concord-Carlisle survived a nine-round shootout and edged the Andover Girls, 3-2 — Avery Taylor forcing overtime for Andover with 5:24 left in regulation.

In the semifinals, Seeley scored two goals and set up three others, Auditore wore a natural hat and Joe Steriti pitched a shutout in Medford’s 5-0 victory over Concord-Carlisle; and Mike DiTullio scored twice in the second period as Acton-Boxboro edged Cambridge, 3-2.

In the final, Seeley erupted for five goals and an assist, Auditore posted 1-2-3, Antoni Bonaventura had three assists and Giann McCusker pitched a shutout in Medford’s 7-0 victory over Acton-Boxboro.

In the crossover game, McNulty scored four goals and set up another and Robby Fiore had a goal and two assists as Acton-Boxboro A4 downed Medford, 7-1.

 

-- MIKE SHALIN, mshalin@valley-associates.com;

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