Triton won twice behind a pair of Wes Rollins shutouts. Ryan Lindholm scored one goal and dished out three assists, James Tatro wore the hat, Cael Kohan scored twice and Cam Murray had two assists in an 8-0 victory over Reading – and Lindholm and Joe Rubano scored 28 seconds apart in the third period of a 2-0 win over Maine;
Calvin May snapped a 1-1 tie in the second period as Winchester trimmed Reading 3-1; Raffi Bauer was in goal for Natick and Jack Perry for Waltham in a 0-0 tie; and Carin and McMains scored in the first period in Maine’s 3-1 triumph over Natick.
Braedan Peterson wore the hat and had an assist, Ben Connaughton dished out four assists and Tyler Barry pitched a shutout in Framingham’s 8-0 win over North Andover; Flanagan wore the hat, Macallister scored two goals in 11 seconds, Burns had a goal and an assist and Walsh two assists in Chelmsford’s 8-1 victory over Stoneham; Williams pitched a shutout as Andover nipped Wellesley 2-0; Terence Moynihan wore the hat and had an assist, Kolby Horgan had 2-2-4 and Ben Donovan also posted two assists as Stoneham downed North Andover 7-1; Zach Drew snapped a 1-1 tie 24 seconds into the second period and Mike Stoddard had two assists as Concord topped Triboro 3-1; and Ryan Baldi scored with 6:01 left to give Belmont a 2-1 decision over Winthrop.
In the North, John Gannon and TJ Harris both scored twice, Gannon adding an assist, in Parkway’s 5-1 victory over Cape Ann; John Defeo and Howie Melanson scored 51 seconds apart early in the third period, Ryan McGann had 2-1-3 and Brendan Burke 1-1-2 as Wakefield edged Dorchester 5-4; Ko scored twice and Pesanelli had two assists in Brookline’s 4-2 win over Woburn; Cicerone and Johnson both had a goal and an assist in Somerville’s 4-1 victory over Needham; Lou Targoff wore the hat and had an assist, Dylan Griffith posted 2-1-3, Kedrick Delino had 1-1-2, Alex Sandell two assists and Lukas Foley-Fiore pitched a shutout as Cambridge scored a big win over Winchester; and McGarrell wore the hat and Crowley had two assists in South Boston’s 5-2 victory over Beverly – Matt Mezza with 1-1-2 in the loss.
In the South, Chamoun came within nine seconds of a shutout and Soulis scored what turned out to be the winner with 57 seconds left in the second period as Hyde Park edged Haverhill/Pentucket 2-1; Brandon Resendez and Kyle Hankey both scored twice and Colin Hogan pitched a shutout as SMS scored a big win over Waltham; Liam Martin scored with 1:45 left to give NH East a 2-1 decision over Newton; and Pat Stevens scored early in the second period of Acton-Boxboro’s 2-0 victory over Framingham.
In the East, Jack Allard wore the hat and Lozowski had two goals and an assist in Methuen’s 7-1 win over Dorchester Slater Franks had two goals and an assist in Medfield’s 4-0 triumph over Reading; Cotto pitched a shutout and Kearney scored twice as Dedham nipped Reading 2-0; and Gavin Cassidy and Andrew Kamionek both scored twice as Concord-Carlisle stopped Andover 6-0.
In West action, Frankie Brachanow wore the hat and had an assist, Ryan Puglia handed out three assists, Joe Repetto and Justin Daley both scored twice, Dean Rooney posted 1-1-2, Teddy Suny had two assists and Phinneas Mitchenor pitched a shutout in North Reading’s big win over Danvers; Logan McKenna wore a natural hat, Ben Cohen had two assists and Masco scored four times in the second period and downed Lexington/Bedford 5-3 – Will Dinsmore with 1-2-3 and Will Taft 1-1-2 in the loss; and Billy Johns scored four goals to lead the Starhawks past North Reading 6-2.
In the North, Nick Wesley scored one goal and dished out four assists, Mike Pellegrino wore the hat and had an assist, Aidan Riley clicked for 1-2-3 and Mike Leary scored twice in Wakefield’s big win over Allston/Brighton; Gorski and Colin White both scored twice as Haverhill/Pentucket topped Dorchester 8-2 – Sefko with both goals and Baker assists on both in the loss; Charlie Zukor and Jacob Noe (second goal of the game) scored early in the third period as Brookline nipped Marblehead 4-2 – Leveroni with 1-1-2 in the loss; Justin Hsu scored the winner with 4:57 left in the second period as Andover edged Parkway 3-2 – Tom Moylan with assists on both goals in the loss; and Ben Donnell scored the tying goal with 4:07 left and Adam Chalmers scored twice as NH East pulled out a 4-4 tie with Belmont – Ciaran Britton with two goals and an assist for Belmont.
In the South, Joe Ferullo, who also had an assist, scored the winner with five minutes left in the second period as Winthrop edged the Starehawk 2-1; Trevor Jarzynka had 2-1-3, Mikelis Tums also scored twice and Colin Hogan pitched a shutout as SMS defeated Stoneham 7-0; and Koree Benning and Jacob Power both clicked for 2-1-3, Ryan Strout, Ryan McNulty and Dom Marshall all posted 1-2-3 and Dave MacLure also had two assists in Nashoba’s 9-1 win over Greater Lowell.
Beverly and Methuen both won a game and tied each other. Jeff Hallinan capped a hat trick with 8:28 left and then assisted on Rocco Orlandello’s winner with 4:43 remaining and Drew Fessenden had four assists in Beverly’s 4-3 decision over Winchester, Reid Salyards with two goals in the loss; Alex Marchand scored twice and Marc Hebbelinck and Lucas Bonanno both posted 1-1-2 in Methuen’s 6-1 victory over Medford – and Hallinan (2-1-3) scored with 27 seconds left to give Beverly a 4-4 tie with Methuen, Fessenden with 1-1-2 for Beverly and Hebbelinck two goals for Methuen;
Colby Medeiros scored what turned out to be the winner with 8:05 left and Cam Gagnon posted 1-1-2 as Wilmington edged Haverhill/Pentucket 5-4 – Nathan Libby with two goals in the loss; Dean Levanto wore the hat and had an assist, Ben Lyons clicked for 2-1-3, David Ruggiero and Nolan Maul both posted 1-2-3 and Reagan O’Neill pitched a shutout in Wellesley’s big win over Lynnfield/Saugus; Xavier Yepez scored one goal and dished out four assists, Matt Lopriore wore the hat, Drew Barrett had 1-1-2 and Evan Scheri two assists in Wakefield’s 9-1 win over Cambridge’ Matt Halter and Thatcher Kezer both scored twice, John Resch and Jeremy Conlin both posted 1-1-2 and Colin Dupray pitched a shutout in Amesbury’s big win over Woburn; Cam Cannizzaro scored four goals to lead Masco past Newton 7-3 – Cerone and Kazarosian with 1-1-2 apiece in the loss; John Doyle scored with 5:44 left and then assisted on Madelin McLeish’s goal 18 seconds later as Hyde Park nipped Reading 4-2; and Tyler Geary wore the hat and added an assist, Serve clicked for 2-2-4, Knight and Reid both posted 2-1-3 and Babineau pitched a shutout as S&S scored a big win over Dorchester.
In the West, Tom Ripley scored the winner with 9:57 left as Lexington/Bedford edged Shrewsbury 2-1; Chase Devins had two goals and an assist, Sean McCarthy and Evan Doughty both also scored twice and Jesse Gertz had two assists as Hollis downed Billerica 6-0; Riley Harrison pitched a shutout, Joe Regan scored twice and Tyler Shu had a goal and an assist in Medfield’s 3-0 victory over NH East; Travossos scored twice, No. 56 had two assists and Janay pitched a shutout in Everett/Revere’s 8-0 win over the Starhawks; Bruen wore tbe hat, Scowe had two goals and an assist, M. McNeill had 1-1-2 and Maloney two assists in Parkway’s 10-4 victory over the Leafs – Ryan Mckeown with three assists in the loss; Medina wore the hat, Tringale scored twice and Ecshelbacher had two assists in Triboro’s 7-1 triumph over Brookline; Nick Sousa scored twice and Dan Pettigrew scored what turned out to be the winner with 7:38 left as Twin City edged Belmont 5-4 – Dom Frisoli with two goals and No. 16 1-1-2 in the loss; Jack Daly scored twice and Jack Moskow had two assists as Concord-Carlisle trimmed Chelmsford 5-2; Matt Sjogren, who also had an assist, scored with 22.6 seconds left to give the Railers a 2-2 tie with South Boston – Nolan Zdanvage with 1-1-2 for South Boston; Connor Hoague tied the game with 5:02 left and Dean Blake then came through with 53.7 seconds left to give Nashoba a 5-4 decision over Needham – Christie and Reese with a goal and an assist apiece in the loss; and Shiffler and Poulin (1-1-2) scored 24 seconds apart early in the second period as SMS trimmed Hyde Park 4-2.
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