Conor Martin scored the winner with 3:12 left, Connor Goodband delivered a goal and two assists and Max Sheng scored twice as Hyde Park edged Framingham 5-4 – Campos and Towle with two goals apiece in the loss; and Winchester and Greater Lowell tied 4-4.
In the North, Brady Ellis scored two goals and set up another in Wellesley’s 7-0 victory over Wilmington; M. Hughes had a goal and assists for Woburn and Jessie Ward two goals for the Wizards in a 3-3 tie; Connor Ayers and Rocco Cook scored two goals in 44 seconds late, Shant Gebeyan handed out four assists, Teddy Rose and John Fitzgibbon both scored twice and Cam Egirious two as Waltham nipped Wakefield 6-4; P. Hampton wore the hat to lead Dorchester to a 6-3 win over Marblehead – Crew Monaco with a goal and two assists and Will Donovan a goal and an assist in the loss; Marengi pitched a shutout and Wile and Rumph scored in the second period as Triton downed Parkway 2-0; and Rowan Arndt scored two goals and set up two others and Carter Doherty also had two assists as Concord stopped Belmont 6-1.
In the South, Nhan Boebel scored five goals and set up another and Ben Peppin scored twice as Cambridge defeated North Reading 9-2 – Christian Lava with both goals in the loss; Adia Murphy wore the hat and had an assist Maclean Smink posted two goals and an assist, Sam MacDougall a goal and two assists, Dylan O’Connell and Tim Holton both had 1-1-2 and Dylan Brown pitched a shutout in Dedham’s big win over Melrose; Minucci scored two goals and dished out three assists, Dearden scored four goals, No,. 11 had 2-2-4, DiBlasi also had two assists and McGarrell pitched a shutout in South Boston’s big win over Chelmsford; Grace Hoover had a goal and two assists and Cam Trane posted 1-1-2 as Haverhill/Pentucket trimmed Newton 5-1; Ames scored four goals and set up another and Allen had 1-1-2 in Brookline’s 9-3 victory over Winthrop; and Bruce Donaher and Thatcher Schrafft both clicked for 2-2-4, Braeden Hurley and Cade Cooper both had 2-1-3, Tyler Russo also scored twice and Jake Zschau 1-1-2 in Cape Ann’s big win over Winchester.
In the North, Cole Miceli snapped a 1-1 tie 31 seconds into the third period and Natick trimmed the Edge 3-1; Meade and Robilard both scored twice and Jones had a goal and an assist as Waltham downed Reading 6-3 – No. 19 with 1-1-2 in the loss; No. 9 posted a goal and two assists and Tim Devine and No. 4 both had 1-1-2 in Framingham’s 5-1 victory over Andover; Byrne scored twice as Triboro nipped North Andover 4-2; Justin Scully wore the hat and had an assists, Nash Thompson and Liam Lawton both had 1-1-2 and Nathan Capetas two assists as SMS scored a big win over Newburyport; and Ethan McDermott scored four goals and Ethan Laplante and Jonathan Nicolopouls shared the shutout as the Railers defeated Groton 6-0.
In the South, Seamus Cullen and Christian Tapp both scored four goals, Cullen also with two assists, Owen Hanson had two goals and an assist, Sam Croke dished out three assists, Stephen Nason had 1-1-2, No. 24 added two assists and Papalardo pitched a shutout as S&S scored a big win over Newton; Zack Lieberman posted 1-1-2 and Callum Hegarty scored what turned out to be the winner late in the second period of Needham’s 4-2 win over Peabody; Francis wore a natural hat and had an assist, Lawler and Linn both clicked for 2-1-3 and Caplino had 1-1-2 in Cape Ann’s big win over Charlestown; Danvers defeated Lexington/Bedford 7-3; Dan Hanafin wore the hat, including a penalty shot goals, as Burlington topped Beverly 5-3 – Tom Simeone with 1-1-2 in the loss; and Sheehan and People both scored twice, Nealy had 1-1-2, No. 17 two assists and Brandano the shutout in Medford’s big win over Marblehead.
In East action, Niall Hubbard scored five goals and set up another, Jacob Minsk also wore a hat and Shea Allen pitched a shutout in Stoneham’s big win over Masco; Hunter Lammi scored five goals, Harrison Moran had a goal and two assists and Toby Beaulac also posted two assists in Twin City’s 9-4 victory over the Wizards – Isabella King with two goals in the loss; Luke McGrath snapped a 1-1 tie with 2:16 left as Allston/Brighton nipped Andover 3-1; Christian Nawn wore the hat, Alex Gertz scored twice and Noah Soule came within 59 seconds of a shutout as Hollis stopped Dorchester 9-1; Datillo, who also had two assists, scored the winner with 3:44 left and Omolock and Giardina both posted 1-1-2 as Watertown edged Nashoba 4-3 – Hsin with two goals in the loss; Vinny Aiello scored five goals, including a natural hat, Gavin Henry also wore a hat and Keegan Winsor pitched a shutout in Methuen’s big win over Waltham; and Lauren Ash’s second goal of the game snapped a 1-1 tie with 10:40 left and Angela Yates had two assists as Assabet got by Belmont 3-1.
In the West, Evan Farley scored with 2:55 left and then came through again with :06 on the clock to give Wellesley a 6-6 tie with Acton-Boxboro, Ethan Senule with two goals and Cam Atkinson 1-1-2 for Wellesley, while William Batchelor wore the hat, Matthew Su two goals and Arlo Sweeney 1-1-2 for A-B; Nathan Copetas scored four goals, Christian Matanof dished out three assists, Connor Johnson had 1-1-2 and Nash Thompson pitched a shutout as SMS downed Hyde Park 7-0; Joe Hynds scored four goals and set up another, Dan Tobin also wore a hat, adding two assists, No. 8 delivered two goals and three assists and Nolan Rawley scored one goal and handed out three assists in Parkway’s big win over Concord-Carlisle; Curry clicked for 2-2-4, Flood had 1-1-2 and Greene pitched a shutout in South Boston’s big win over Andover’ and Matt Dell wore the hat and Tavares pitched a shutout in Wilmington’s 5-0 victory over Brookline.
In the Central, Jack Donnelly wore the hat and had two assists, Thomas Wood went for two goals and two assists and Niall Hubbard scored two goals in 25 seconds in Stoneham’s big win over Framingham; Smith scored with 23 seconds left to give the Leafs a 3-2 decision over Lynnfield/Saugus – Lewis with two assists in the win and Travis Levy both goals in the loss; Madelyn Soderquist scored six goals and set up another, Kalen Barinelli also wore a hat, adding an assist and Cole Robertson and Emme Flavin both had 1-2-3 in Woburn’s big win over Belmont; and Zach Hoadley scored five goals, including a natural hat, and had an assist, Nathan Dube posted 2-1-3, Taighe Liddy 1-2-3 Corey Gaulin had 1-1-2 and Aiden Tebeau came within 1:13 of a shutout on a Nathan Palhares goal as the Railers scored a big win over Peabody.
In the North, Cook and LaBreck scored 50 seconds apart late to give SMS a 3-3 tie with Cambridge – Alec Warren and Perotta with 1-1-2 apiece for Cambridge; Chris Kolias scored with 1:45 left to give Winchester a 2-1 decision over Andover; Adam Priest and Ryan McElroy both wore hats, Sean Valente had two goals and an assist, Ryan Zukowski posted 1-2-3 and Braidon Perry pitched a shutout in Billerica’s big win over North Reading; Mackessy wore the hat and Coit snapped a 4-4 tie with 1:48 left as Chelmsford nipped Methuen 6-4 – Aiello with a hat trick and an assist in the loss; Matt Ovensen scored four goals, Steven Dalalelis scored twice and Robbie Busa and Von Larson each had two assists in Burlington’s big win over North Andover; and AJ Bonanno and Anthony Santiago both scored twice, Cam Bonfiglio posted 1-1-2, Brogan Arivella had two assists and Max Boyer pitched a shutout in Haverhill/Pentucket’s big win over Danvers.
In the South, Mozuch scored five goals and set up three others and Saija scored twice in Wilmington’s 10-2 win over Allston/Brightonl Ryan Wiwoni had two goals and an assist and Malcolm Arnold two assists in Brookline’s 6-2 victory over Triton; and No. 10 (there were two No. 10s) had 2-1-3 and Brian O’Connell scored the tying goal in the second period as Somerville tied Andover 3-3.
In the East, Maeden Rooney scored four goals and set up two others, Gavin Gemski also wore a hat and William Goggin had two assists in Wellesley’s 9-2 victory over S&S; Jack Kelly wore the hat and Cole Campbell scored twice in Natick’s 6-2 win over Marblehead; Salafia wore the hat, Jewell scored twice and Chipperini had 1-1-2 in Cape Ann’s 7-2 triumph over Medfield – Cragan with both goals in the loss; Nos. 14 and 11 both posted 2-1-3 and Nathan Fitzpatrick had 1-1-2 in Waltham’s 6-1 win over Reading; Nate Frotton scored seven goals, Charlie Ferrara also wore a hat, Matt Semenza had 1-2-3, Nick Camacho also had two assists and Biancardi pitched a shutout in Winthrop’s big win over Winchester; Ryan verett wore the hat, No. 19 clicked for 2-1-3 and Ben Walsh also scored twice in Beverly’s 8-1 victory over Lexington/Bedford; and Addison Savidge and Niklas Johansson both scored twice and Jameson Cunningham had 1-1-2 as Melrose downed Stoneham 8-2 – Griffin Condon with both goals in the loss.
Lexington/Bedford won twice in West play. Ryan Majumari’s second goal of the game with 7.9 seconds left, gave Lexington/Bedford a 6-5 decision over Haverhill/Pentucket, Franz Schroeder with a hat trick and Riley Foy had 1-1-2 in the win and Matt Bird two goals and No. 16 two assists in the loss – and Schroeder scored four goals and Splavounias had 1-1-2 in a 6-1 triumph over Beverly;
Dylan Gellman wore the hat in Woburn’s 9-2 victory over Acton-Boxboro – Tucker with both goals in the loss; Mike Nerich scored six goals and Nick Dening pitched a shutout as Lynn stopped Chelmsford 8-0; Mike Selafia came within 2:29 of a shutout, Tim Patrick amd Sean Buckley scored 33 seconds apart and Patrick scored another goal in the first period as Cape Ann trimmed Newburyport 3-1; Evan Murphy scored twice as Amesbury edged Wakefield 4-3 – Matt Reed with two goals in the loss; and Cam Bennett and Luis Fernandez both clicked for two goals and an assist and Henry Anable pitched a shutout in Billerica’s big win over Methuen.
Medford won twice in the Central. Max Costa’s second goal of the game, to go along with an assist, snapped a 2-2 tie with 8:16 left and Connor Cardoza also scored twice as Medford nipped the Leafs 4-2 – and Vincent DiMartino and Costa both scored four goals and set up two others, Cardoza scored twice and Dan McCobb pitched a shutout in a big win over Framingham;
In the other game, No. 21 and Rosie Sweeney scored third-period goals to give Dorchester a 3-2 decision over Natick.
-– MIKE SHALIN, firstname.lastname@example.org