Top-seeded Shrewsbury I won the championship.
In the quarterfinals, Scot Nelson had a goal and an assist and Jason Foster pitched a shutout in Shrewsbury’s 5-0 victory over Lexington/Bedford; Collins scored twice and Reading scored four times in the first period and Reading I downed Billerica 5-1; Wellesley edged Woburn 3-2; and Danvers edged Melrose 1-0 in a shootout.
In the semifinals, Jake Sheeran had a goal and an assist as Shrewsbury nipped Danvers 2-1; and McHale scored what turned out to be the winner with 2:15 left as Reading edged Wellesley 3-2 – Morgan with both goals in the loss.
In the final, Cam Coleman scored the winner with 10:42 left and b had a goal and an assist in Shrewsbury’s 3-2 victory over Reading.
PLAYOFF MVP: Jason Foster, Shrewsbury
Fourth-seeded Stoneham won the title.
In the quarterfinals, Cody Goulding snapped a 3-3 tie with 7:38 left and Kyle Barry had a goal and an assist in Stoneham’s 5-3 win over North Andover; Murphy wore the hat and had two assists, S. Donovan scored twice and Driscoll pitched a shutout in Reading II’s 7-0 victory over Danvers II; Tom Wright delivered a goal and two assists, Kevin Hern, Luke Nawrocki and PJ Lorenti all scored twice and Phil Leblanc and TJ Garesche both also had two assists in Andover’s big win over Shrewsbury II; and Jordan Bartlett scored twice, Adam Lanier had two assists and Tripp Russel pitched a shutout as the Crusaders defeated Medford 5-0.
In the semifinals, Barry’s second goal of the game, 1:04 into overtime, gave Stoneham a 4-3 decision over Reading – Jacob Pineau forcing OT with two late goals in regulation for Reading; and Lorenti wore the hat in Andover’s 4-2 victory over the Crusaders.
In the final, Jack Hollenback delivered the shootout winner as Stoneham edged Andover 2-1.
PLAYOFF MVP: Kyle Barry, Stoneham