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ELITE AMERICAN

Greater Lowell won the championship.

In the quarterfinals, Caiden Brady scored two goals in 21 seconds and Winchester scored all three goals in a span of 35 seconds and edged Dorchester 3-2; and Ben Dearden scored two goals and set up another and James Barker had a goal and an assist in South Boston’s 5-3 win over Wellesley – Brady Ellis with two goals in the loss.

In the semifinals, Cam Caron and Liam Conley both delivered two goals and an assist in Lowell’s 5-3 victory over South Boston – Baker with two goals in the loss; and No. 7 scored with 2:41 left to give Winchester a 2-1 decision over Natick.

In the title game, Caron wore the hat and had an assist and Matt Lesniak a goal and two helpers as Lowell downed Winchester 7-2 – Tom Sheehan with assists on both goals in the loss.

PLAYOFF MVP: Cam Caron, Greater Lowell

 

ELITE NATIONAL

 

Cape Ann won the title.

In quarterfinal action, Colby Warren had a goal and an assist in Cape Ann’s 3-1 victory over Andover; Rowan Arndt capped a hat trick with 1:29 left in overtime to give Concord a 4-3 decision over Dedham – Sam MacDougall with two goals and Cole Gustietwo assists in the loss; Josh Hersey scored 46 seconds into overtime to give Triton a 4-3 victory over Lakes Region – Max Gagnon with two goals and an assist and Brady Coburn two assists in the win and Micah Javalgi two assists in the loss; and Ryan McGrath assisted on two goals as Lexington/Bedford trimmed Triboro 7-5.

In the semifinals, Warren and Cade Cooper both wore hats, Warren adding an assist, and Zac Lacey and Jack Caputo both had two assists in Cape Ann’s big win over Triton; and Trevor Craigue’s second goal of the game, with 2:07 left in overtime, gave Concord a 3-2 decision over Lexington/Bedford – Arndt with two assists in the loss.

In the final, Doyle Russo and Caputo scored 1:21 apart in the second period as Cape Ann edged Concord 3-2.

PLAYOFF MVP: Colby Warren, Cape Ann

 

In the crossover game, Tommy Jackson came through with a goal and two assists, Caron scored twice and Ben Cardillo had a goal and an assist in Greater Lowell’s 4-2 victory over Cape Ann.


 

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NORTH AMERICAN

Marblehead won the title.

In the quarterfinals, Ryan Finn erupted for six goals, Crew Monaco scored one goal and handed out three assists, Walshdelivered two goals and an assist and Perreault a goal and two helpers in Marblehead’s 8-5 victory over Wilmington – Cabral with a goal and two assists in the loss; Cam Lanziero gave Tewksbury a 3-0 lead en route to a 3-2 decision over Woburn; and No. 31 snapped a 2-2 tie with 1:16 left and Brendon Doughty had a goal and two assists as Hollis trimmed Reading 4-2.

In the semifinals, Monaco scored 11 seconds into overtime after his team rallied with two third-period goals, giving Marblehead a 3-2 decision over Tewksbury – Tyler Bourgea with both goals in the loss; and DJ Bourque, who also had an assist, scored with 2:11 left in overtime to give Tewksbury a 4-3 victory over Hollis – Cam Hatch with a goal and an assist and Jake Batts two assists in the win and Jake Morowski a goal and a helper in the loss.

In the championship game, Finn scored twice as Marblehead edged Chelmsford 3-2.

PLAYOFF MVP: Ryan Finn, Marblehead.

 

NORTH NATIONAL

Arlington won the crown.

In quarterfinal play, John Snider pitched a shutout and Nolan Russell scored early in the second period in Arlington’s 2-0 win over Framingam; Kiely Murphy scored twice as Assabet trimmed Belmont 3-1; and William Cunniffe scored his second goal of the game with 7:28 left and Dan Gentile then came through with 2:11 remaining to give Parkway a 4-3 decision over Waltham.

In the semifinals, Snider pitched another shutout and Russell scored twice in Arlington’s 4-0 victory over Assabet; and Mike Brandano capped a hat trick with 1:01 left in overtime to give Medford a 4-3 win over Parkway – Kaley Cullen with two assists in the loss.

In the title game, Drew Beck scored two goals and set up two others, Arman Vartanian had a goal and an assist and Quinn McNulty two assists to power Arlington past Medford victory over Medford – Anthony Madarese with two goals and an assist in the loss.

PLAYOFF MVP: John Snider, Arlington

In the crossover game, Charlie Fecteau and Beck both had a goal and assist in Arlington’s 4-1 win over Marblehead.


 

SOUTH AMERICAN

Stoneham was the winner.

In quarterfinal play, Dylan Krasco had two assists and Shea Allen pitched a shutout in Somerville’s 5-0 victory over Melrose; Sam Stein scored the winner with 5:35 left and Travis Bermingham posted a goal and an assist as Acton-Boxboro edged Haverhill/Pentucket 3-2 – Maddox LeBlanc with a goal and an assist in the loss; Deagan Pothier’s second goal of the game, with 3:17 left in overtime, gave Wakefield a 4-3 decision over Beverly – J.P. Casey with a goal and an assist in the win and Tom Simeone a goal and an assist and Johnny Mezza a goal with 1:51 left in regulation to force OT in the loss; and Brandon Baronescored two goals and set up another, Steve Mason also scored twice and Riley Sobzenski had two assists as S&S topped NH East 7-2 – Joe Crowe and Richard Jenkins with a goal and an assist apiece in the loss.

In the semis, Mike Tarnato wore the hat and had an assist, Cooper Shinnick and Cosmo Ciccarello both had a goal and an assist and Allen pitched a shutout in Stoneham’s big win over Wakefield; and Ben Kelly scored twice and Bermingham had two assists as Acton-Boxboro downed S&S 4-1.

In the title game, Allen pitched another shutout and Krasco scored in the first period of Stoneham’s 4-0 win over Acton-Boxboro.

PLAYOFF MVP: Shea Allen, Stoneham

 

SOUTH NATIONAL

Cambridge took home the crown.

In the quarterfinals, Nahn Boebel scored four goals and Colin Foley had two assists as Cambridge nipped Needham 6-5 – Ryan Callahan with two assists in the loss; Emi BiottiCaroline Averill and Teagan Kilpatrick all posted a goal and an assist, Emily Mara had two assists and Kaitlin Sacco pitched a shutout as the Wizards defeated Hyde Park 5-0; Silas Lawrence scored two goals and set up another and Jacob Lowe pitched a shutout as Brookline topped Burlington 5-0; and Ben Lusby’s second goal of the game, with 2:45 left, gave Medfield a 3-2 decision over the Railers – Mathew McClure and Ethan McDermott with a goal and an assist apiece in the loss.

In the semifinals, Matt Ronan’s second goal of the game, with 1.2 seconds left, gave Cambridge a 4-3 decision over Medfield – Boebel with a goal and an assist in the win and Lusby two goals in the loss; and Averill delivered two goals and Lusby two goals in the loss.

In the final, Joel Perez scored with 1:20 left in overtime to give Cambridge a 3-2 decision over the Wizards, who scored two late goals to force OT.

PLAYOFF MVP: Joel Perez, Cambridge

In the crossover game, both teams scored in the first period and Stoneham edged Cambridge 2-1 in a shootout.


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NORTH AMERICAN

Winthrop won the championship.

In the quarterfinals, Mike Holgersen scored five goals to power Winthrop to a 5-4 victory over Methuen – Vinny Aiello with a hat trick and an assist and Brady Herland two assists in the loss; and Duncan Gulino scored four goals and set up another and Max Gulino scored one goal and dished out three assists in North Reading’s 6-2 victory over Rochester – Logan Barker with two goals in the loss.

In the semifinals, Holgersen wore the hat, scoring once in each period, as Winthrop trimmed North Reading 3-1; and James Sullivan, who had two assists in regulation, scored with 1:56 left in overtime to give North Andover a 3-2 decision over Cape Ann.

In the final, Holgersen, who scored 12 of his team’s 13 playoff games, scored four goals in Winthrop’s 5-1 win over North Andover.

PLAYOFF MVP: Mike Holgersen, Winthrop

 

NORTH NATIONAL

Winchester won the title.

In quarterfinal action, Andrew Miller scored the winner with 3:01 left and Alex Norton scored twice as Framingham trimmed Groton 4-3; and Mike Bulkin pitched a shutout and Braeden Hamer scored in the first period as Natick nipped Wellesley 2-0.

In the semifinals, Alec Wilcken scored one goal and set up two others and Josh Sardinha had a goal and an helper as Winchester stopped Framingham 7-1; and Griswold pitched a shutout and Bailey ended Bulkin’s shutout with the overtime winner as Concord-Carlisle edged Natick 1-0.

In the championship, Oliver Goldberg pitched a shutout and Max Vozzella ended Griswold’s shutout with an overtime goal to give Winchester a 1-0 decision over Concord-Carlisle.

PLAYOFF MVP: Max Vozzella, Winchester

In the crossover, Nolan Upton, who posted two assists in regulation, scored the shootout winner  as Winthrop edged Winchester 3-2 – Sardinha with a goal and an assist in the loss.


SOUTH AMERICAN

Reading won the title.

In the quarterfinals, Mike Ronan scored the winner with 9:40 left and Dario Villott had a goal and an assist as Reading edged Lynnfield/Saugus 4-3 – Mick Kelter with a goal and an assist in the loss; Jason Walters scored what turned out to be the winner in the second period as Danvers nipped Triton 3-2 – Brendan Sheehan with both goals in the loss; and Dom Melito capped a hat trick with 3:37 left in overtime to give Masco a 5-4 decision over Charlestown – Tom Finn with two goals in the win and William deTuits scoring his second goal of the game with one second remaining in regulation to force the OT in the loss.

In the semifinals, Anthony Ferullo scored what turned out to be the winner with 6:54 left in the second period as Reading edged South Boston 3-2; and Finn and Melito both scored twice in Masco’s 5-2 triumph over Danvers.

In the final, Teagan Moreau pitched a shutout and Ronan scored in the first period of Reading’s 3-0 victory over Masco.

PLAYOFF MVP: Teagan Moreau, Reading

 

SOUTH NATIONAL

Twin City won the championship.

In quarterfinal play, Hunter Lammi wore the hat as Twin City topped SMS  8-5 – Liam Lawton with two goals in the loss; Woburn edged Triboro 2-1 in a shootout; and Jack Salafia clicked for a goal and two assists and Emily Smith, Devon Jamal and George Bracher all posted a goal and an assist as Newton trimmed Waltham 6-4 – Tommy Budds with two goals, Will Pryor a goal and an assist and Oliver Lasoff two assists in the loss.

In the semifinals, Lammi’s second goal of the game, with 3:06 left in overtime, gave Twin City a 6-5 decision over Lexington/Bedford – Brendan Bail with a goal and an assist in the win and T.Z. Snail wore the hat, Grady Culhane had 1-1-2 and Lindsey Graham two assists in the loss.

In the title game, Lammi’s second and third goal of the game, 20 seconds apart late and Twin City rallied for four goals in 61 seconds and edged Newton 5-4 -- Miles Tucker with a goal and an assist in the loss.

PLAYOFF MVP: Hunter Lammi, Twin City


EAST AMERICAN

Everett/Revere won the title.

In a play-in game, Cooper Miller pitched a shutout and Brady Scudder scored 11 seconds into the second period as Agawam edged the NS Vipers 1-0.

In the quarterfinals, Everett/Revere defeated the Wizards 7-3; King scored with 2:03 left in overtime to give the Wizards a 2-1 decision over the Edge; Finn Seymour scored 28 seconds into the third period to give Andover a 3-2 decision over Wilmington – Thano Meimaris with both goals in the loss; and Scudder erupted for all six goals in Agawam’s 6-3 victory over Acton-Boxboro – No. 18 with two assists in the loss.

In the semifinals, Dylan Maccalum scored 39 seconds into overtime to give Everett/Revere a 2-1 decision over Agawam; and Gavin Bennett scored both goals as Andover nipped Agawam 2-1.

In the final, Maccallum’s fourth goal of the game, to go with an assist, came 13 seconds into overtime to give Everett/Revere edged Andover 5-4 – Jason Teebagy with a goal and an assist and Bennett two goals in the loss.

PLAYOFF MVPS: Dylan Maccallum, Everett/Revere and Brady Scudder, Agawam

 

EAST NATIONAL

Allston/Brighton took home the crown.

In the quarterfinals, Tyler McCarthy had a goal and an assist as Allston/Brighton trimmed Needham 4-1; Conte pitched a shutout and Max Ryan scored twice in Dorchester’s 3-0 victory over Arlington; Jack Carter scored with 3:03 left in overtime to give the Railers a 2-1 decision over edged Natick; and Gustafson capped a hat trick with 37 seconds left to give Winchester a 3-2 decision over Parkway – Jonathan Celli with assists on both goals in the loss.

In the semifinals, Emmett Rean scored with 1:01 left in overtime to give Allston/Brighton a 5-4 decision over Winchester – John McNair forcing the OT with a goal with 4:40 left – No. 8 with two goals and an assist in the win and Nolan Gannon a goal and a helper in the loss; and Tom Misilo scored with 8:38 left as Dorchester edged the Railers 2-1.

In the final, Dorchester rallied from three goals down to force overtime but Luke McGrath scored 59 seconds into the OT to give Allston/Brighton a 4-3 decision over Dorchester – Brandon Smith with two goals in a three-goal first period before Dorchester tallied three times in 3:15 in the third.

PLAYOFF MVP: Luke McGrath, Allston/Brighton

In the crossover game, No. 18 scored twice and Greg Aptekman and Smith both had a goal and an assist as Allston/Brighton topped Everett/Revere 7-3 – Maccallum with two goals in the loss.


WEST AMERICAN

Assabet captured the title.

In the quarterfinals, Vittoria Rodenhiser pitched a shutout and Haley Abraham scored in the first period of Assabet’s 1-0 decision over Haverhill/Pentucket; Aiden Houle scored two goals and set up another and Will Dalton had two assists in Andover’s 4-1 victory over Nashoba; and Declan Farrell pitched a shutout and Dom Villare had a goal and an assist as Chelmsford defeated Newburyport 4-0.

In the semifinals, Eliza Cavalluzi scored with 7:28 left to give Assabet a 2-1 victory over Billerica; and Chelmsford edged Andover 3-2 in a shootout – Kai Mackessy with a goal and an assist in the loss.

In the final, Mairead Carey scored one goal and set up another and Angela Yates scored twice as Assabet edged Chelmsford 4-3.

PLAYOFF MVP: Vittoria Rodenhiser, Assabet

 

WEST NATIONAL

Wakefield won the title.

In the quarterfinals, Will Baldwin wore a natural hat and Cash Kearney scored twice in Wakefield’s 6-2 victory over Watertown; Lexington/Bedford timed Needham 4-1; and Jankowski, who also had two assists, forced overtime with a goal with 8:04 left and then scored the winner 14 seconds into the OT to give Medford a 6-5 decision over Wellesley – Zeleh with a goal and two assists in the win and Ethan Searle two goals and Evan Farley a goal and a helper in the loss.

In semifinal action, Baldwin scored two goals and handed out two assists as Wakefield edged Lexington/Bedford 5-4 – James Collin with a goal and an assist in the loss; and Jack Young wore a natural hat in the first period and added an assist, Jason Fuller collected two goals and an assist, Joe Leonard clicked for a goal and two assists and Drew Powell also had two assists as the Railers defeated Medford 8-4 – Zelch with two goals in a four-goal first and Powers two assists in the loss.

In the championship game, Nathan Daly scored two goals and set up another and Wakefield rallied for three goals in a 2:18 span in the third period and trimmed the Railers 4-3 – Fuller with two goals in the loss.

PLAYOFF MVP: Will Baldwin, Wakefield

In the crossover game, Baldwin wore the hat and had an assist, Daly had a goal and an assist and Wakefield scored four goals in the third period and trimmed Assabet 5-3.


CENTRAL AMERICAN

Melrose won the title.

In the quarterfinals, Nick Vassilio, who also had an assist, scored with 3:15 in overtime left to give Melrose a 3-2 decision over Peabody;

Massimo Palelli and Nash Stickney both posted a goal and an assist as NH East trimmed Reading 4-2; and Jenkins scored two goals and dished out two assists and No. 71 also posted two assists and Rushton pitched a shutout in Beverly’s 5-0 win over Cape Ann. 

In the semifinals, Jack Feeney’s second goal of the game, with 19 seconds left in overtime to give Melrose a 4-3 decision over NH East – Vassalio with two goals and two assists in the win; and Alex Geoghegan wore the hat and No. 11 had two assists in Beverly’s 6-1 victory over Stoneham.

In the final, Matt Zarella scored with 55.6 seconds left in overtime to give Melrose a 3-2 victory over Beverly – Feeney with a goal and an assist in the win.

PLAYOFF MVP: Matt Zarella, Melrose

 

CENTRAL NATIONAL

Belmont won the championship.

In a play-in game, Alan Wang wore the hat as Winchester edged Burlington 3-2.

In quarterfinal play, Molly Halloran scored twice and Owen McKinley pitched a shutout in Belmont’s 5-0 victory over Winchester; Ryan Wilmer and Connor Keohane both posted a goal and an assist in Dedham’s 4-1 win over Wellesley; Tom Lavalle, who also had an assist, scored the winner 49 seconds into the third period, Noah Smith scored twice, No. 13 had a goal and an assist and No. 4 a pair of assists as the Leafs edged Newton 4-3 – Harrison Danila-Schmidt with two goals and William Cuphone a goal and a helper in the loss; and Barenholtz wore the hat and Miller posted a goal and an assist in Waltham’s 5-1 win over Needham.

In the semifinals, Jake Butler scored two goals and set up another and Dan Krasnopolsky had a goal and an assist in Belmont’s 6-2 victory over Waltham – Tom Keler with two goals in the loss; and Colin Gallagher scored in regulation and in the shootout as Dedham edged the Leafs 2-1.

In the final, Mackenzie Clarke scored with 54 seconds into overtime to give Belmont a 4-3 decision over Dedham – Krasnopolskywith three assists and Butler two goals in the loss.

PLAYOFF MVP: Mackenzie Clarke, Belmont

In the crossover, Feeney wore the hat, Katy Sarazen had a goal and two assists and Freya Gukelberger and Braeden Shieldsshared the shutout as Melrose defeated Belmont 5-0.


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NORTH AMERICAN

Andover won the championship.

In the quarterfinals, Lian Roe Kozorovitsky pitched a shutout in Andover’s 1-0 victory over SMS; Tyler Gordon’s second goal of the game, 48n seconds into the third period, turned out to be the winner, Anthony Cordaro scored twice and Jacob Marianiposted a goal and an assist in North Andover’s 5-3 win over Greater Lowell; and Gaeta pitched a shutout as Amesbury nipped SMS 1-0.

In the semifinals, Andover nipped North Andover 3-2 in a shootout; and Cappella scored one goal and set up two others and Flynn scored twice as Groton edged Amesbury 3-2 – Twomey with both goals in the loss.

In the final, Bella DiFiore scored one goal and set up two others and Alison Ford scored two goals in the second period as Andover trimmed Groton 3-1.

PLAYOFF MVP: Liam Roe Kozorovitsky, Andover

 

NORTH NATIONAL

Dorchester won the title.

In the quarterfinals. Finn Raftery scored two goals and set up another as Dorchester defeated Winthrop 6-3; Kiera Dowd scored four goals and set up another, Caitlyn Tremblay scored one goal and dished out three assists, Chloe Goldberg had a goal and two assists and Ava Thomas also posted three assists as the Wizards downed Waltham 8-3; and Andover edged Charlestown 2-1 in a shootout.

In the semifinals, Brendan Donahue scored two goals and set up another as Dorchester topped the Wizards 4-1; and Christian Marsh scored 14 seconds into overtime to give Lynn a 2-1, decision over Andover – Kyle Furling with a goal and an assist in the win.

In the final, Shane Conway scored the winner with 2:04 left to give Dorchester a 3-1 victory over Lynn.

PLAYOFF MVP: Shane Conway, Dorchester

In the crossover game, Alison Marsters and Avery Pitts scored in the second period as Andover edged Dorchester 2-1.


SOUTH AMERICAN

Medford won the championship.

In the play-in games, Ben Walsh scored twice, Ari Sprissler had a goal and an assist and Ryan Hussey pitched a shutout in Beverly’s 5-0 victory over Masco; and Ben Chisholm erupted for six goals and Colton Hayhurst had two assists as Triton trimmed Peabody 7-5 — Nathan Palharas with a hat trick and Matt Scopa a goal and an assist in the loss.

In the quarterfinals, Connor Cardoza wore the hat and Vincent DiMartino scored twice in Medford’s 5-1 victory over Triton; Cam LeBlanc and Jason Rothwell scored in the first period as S&S trimmed Lynnfield/Saugus 3-1; Evan Couture and Alex Lynnscored in the shootout as NH East edged Beverly 2-1; and Adam Leonard snapped a 1-1 tie eight seconds into the third period as Danvers topped Methuen 3-1.

In semifinal play, DiMartino wore the hat to lead Medford past S&S 3-2; and Emily Mahoney came through with a goal and an assist as Danvers edged NH East 3-2.

In the title game, DiMartino scored one goal and set up another as Medford downed Danvers 4-0.

 

SOUTH NATIONAL

Natick won the crown.

In play-in games, Collin Borteck scored twice and Kamryn Perachi had two assists as Medfield downed Allston/Brighton 5-2l Nick Dempsey wore the hat and had an assist and Mike Clark and Armund Reissfelder both posted a goal and an assist in Parkway’s 6-4 victory over Hyde Park – Ethan Johnston with two goals in the loss; Dylan MacLeod’s second goal of the game came 1:42 before Ethan Leitten came through early in the third period as Hollis got by Brookline 4-3 – Malcolm Arnold with a goal and two assists in the loss; and Shane Power capped a hat trick by snapping a 4-4 tie with 12.2 seconds left as Woburn topped Cambridge 6-4 – Dylan Gellman with a goal and an assist in the win and Nick Mataviya two goals in the loss.

In the quarterfinals, Cole Campbell wore the hat and had an assist in Natick’s 7-4 victory over Hollis; Parkway edged Wilmington 2-1 in a shootout; Brayden Gordon scored twice as Medfield edged Tewksbury 4-3 – Jason Harrington with a goal and two assists, Arbel Levenson two goals and Richie Constantino two assists in the loss; and Mattias Colatrupo scored the winner as Framingham edged Woburn 5-4.

In the semifinals, Campbell scored two goals and set up another, Pete McDonough posted a goal and two assists, Zach Romaniand Jack Kelly both clicked for a goal and an assist and Declan Buckler pitched a shutout in Natick’s 8-0 win over Parkway; and Ryan McAuliffe scored two goals and set up another and Huy Burnham pitched a shutout as Framingham topped Medfield 4-0.

In the title game, Judah Meltzner scored with 4:13 left and then assisted on Campbell’s winner with 39 seconds remaining to as Natick nipped Framingham 2-1.

PLAYOFF MVP: Cole Campbell, Natick

In the crossover, Buckler pitched a shutout and Jack Kelly scored in the first period of Natick’s 2-0 victory over Medford.


EAST AMERICAN

Andover A captured the crown.

In a play-in game, Tommy Ayers scored one goal and dished out three assists, Anthony Brown wore the hat and Abigail Allenhad two assists in Agawam’s 5-3 win over Marblehead – Cody Grundy with a goal and an assist in the loss.

In the quarterfinals, Andover A topped Andover A2 5-1; Desmond Cicacz scored what turned out to be the winner with 2:13 left in the second period, Joe Wallace had a goal and an assist and Lorenzo Vespignani two assists as South Boston edged Winchester 3-2 – Ella McDonald with assists on both goals in the loss; Karl Guide scored two goals and handed out three assists, Dom Capone wore a natural hat and added an assist, Coulson Roy delivered two goals in 40 seconds and added an assist and Dylan Lane also scored twice in Lexington/Bedford’s big win over Somerville; and Tim Patrick, who also had an assist, scored his second goal of the game with 3:16 left in overtime to give Cape Ann a 3-2 decision over Agawam.

In the semifinals, Chace Kivlehan’s fourth goal of the game, 57 seconds into overtime, gave Andover a 4-3 decision over Lexington/Bedford – Lane with a goal and an assist and James Murphy a late goal in regulation in the loss; and Patrick scored his second goal of the game, with 10:22 left, as Cape Ann got by South Boston 3-1.

In the final, Kivlehan and Darius Karbassi both scored two goals and set up another in Andover’s 4-2 victory over Cape Ann – Patrick with two goals in the loss.

PLAYOFF MVPS: Chace Kivlehan, Andover and Tim Patrick, Cape Ann


WEST AMERICAN

Chelmsford won the championship.

In play-in games, Katherine Chaplain scored four goals and William Marshall wore the hat and had an assist in Groton’s 10-2 victory over North Reading; and John Racki scored with 3:41 left to give Newburyport a 2-1 decision over Amesbury.

In the quarterfinals, Andrew Monahan scored twice in Chelmsford’s 4-1 victory over Newburyport; Matiias Kvalsik scored what turned out to be the winner in the second period of Acton-Boxboro’s 3-1 win over Haverhill/Pentucket; Bailey Scales wore the hat and Ronin Duval scored two goals and set up another in Twin City’s 6-4 triumph over Beverly – Cam Chirco with a hat trick in the loss; and Louis Fernandez scored twice in regulation and Billerica won the shootout to edge Groton 6-5 – Chaplain with two goals and Michael Dean a goal and an assist in the loss.

In the semifinals, Casey Morning pitched a shutout and six different players scored goals in Chelmsford’s 6-0 victory over Twin City; and Kvalsik scored four goals, two of them 46 seconds apart, in Acton-Boxboro’s 6-3 win over Billerica – Fernandez with a goal and an assist in the loss.

In the final, Morning pitched a shutout and Brian Bardsley scored twice as Chelmsford topped Acton-Boxboro 3-0.

PLAYOFF MVP: Casey Morning, Chelmsford

 

WEST NATIONAL

Lexington/Bedford won the championship.

In the quarterfinals, Riley Schneller had a goal and two assists in Natick’s 4-1 victory over Brookline; No. 91 delivered two goals and an assist as the Leafs topped Dedham 4-2; Mike McSweeney pitched a shutout and Ryann O’Connor scored with 3:45 left to give Waltham a 1-0 decision over Newton.

In the semifinals, Franz Schroeder scored all four goals and Riley Foy assisted on two of the them in Lexington/Bedford’s 4-2 victory over Waltham; and Hudson Halters scored twice in Natick’s 4-1 win over the Leafs.

In the final, Ricky Broglino scored two goals and assisted on another in Lexington/Bedford’s 4-2 triumph over Natick – Elijah Staples with assists on both goals in the loss.

In the crossover game, Bardsley and Monahan both scored twice in Chelmsford’s 5-1 victory over Lexington/Bedford.


CENTRAL AMERICAN

Wellesley won the title.

Belmont advanced past Parkway in the play-in round.

In the quarterfinals, Greg Derenzo scored one goal and set up two others and Nolan Morton and No. 33 both had a goal and an assist in Wellesley’s 5-1 victory over Melrose; Drew Lynch scored with 59 seconds left to give Melrose a 3-2 decision over Dorchester – Andrew Ficci with the other two goals in the win; Alex Yeomans scored two goals and added an assist as Needham trimmed Reading 4-3; and Jongwood Baek had two goals and an assist, Armaan Tanda a goal and two assists and Eita Akahoriand Waylon Slavin a goal and an assist in Brookline’s 6-0 win over Belmont.

In the semifinals, Aidan Greene scored twice and Liam Caffrey had a goal and an assist in Wellesley’s 5-1 victory over Melrose; and Tandon wore the hat and had an assist and Slavin posted two assists in Brookline’s 6-0 win over Needham.

In the final, Caffrey scored 26 seconds into the third period and then assisted on Eddie Zheng’s goal with 3:58 remaining that gave Wellesley a 2-1 decision over Brookline.

PLAYOFF MVP: Liam Caffrey, Wellesley

 

CENTRAL NATIONAL

Concord-Carlisle took home the crown.

In quarterfinal action, Bennett Layton scored twice and Connor Williams pitched a shutout in Concord-Carlisle’s 5-0 victory over North Andover; Jack Thompson wore the hat and Nora Hanley had two assists in Stoneham’s 6-3 win over Methuen; and Reedhad two goals and an assist and McCarthy a goal and a helper as Wakefield trimmed SMS 3-1.

In the semifinals, Concord-Carlisle defeated Wakefield 5-1; and Jeff Hobgood pitched a shutout and Ryan Conn scored both goals in Stoneham’s2-0 win over Framingham.

In the title game, Matthew Hoch, who also had two assists, scored with 2:55 left in overtime to give Concord-Carlisle a 5-4 decision over Stoneham – Peter Burke with two goals and Jack Thomas a goal and an assist in the win and Conn and Thompson two goals apiece in the loss.

PLAYOFF MVP: Matthew Hoch, Concord-Carlisle

In the crossover, Burke wore the hat and handed out three assists, Hoch had two goals and an helper, Tara Sawriker also scored twice and Thomas had two assists as Concord-Carlisle topped Wellesley 9-2.

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