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Squirt – Week Ending Sept. 16

SQUIRTS – WEEK ENDING Sept. 16

 

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Greater Lowell, Tewksbury and Dorchester all won twice. Ned Akashian and Chad Vigeant both scored twice and TJ Ward had two assists in Lowell’s 6-3 victory over Waltham – and Akashian scored twice and Zaccaria Wallis pitched a shutout in a 5-0 win over Triton; Cam Lanziero scored the winner 11 seconds into the second period as Tewksbury edged Woburn 2-1 – and Lanziero and Chayann Nazarian both wore hats, Cam Hatch dished out three assists, Ben Christopher had a goal and an assist and No. 19 two assists in a 9-1 triumph over South Boston; Desmond Sweeney wore the hat and added an assist and Max Ryan dished out two helpers in Dorchester’s 6-4 victory over Andover, Joey Russo with a goal and an assist in the loss – and Kevin Fitzgerald and Nic Loschoavo scored 50 seconds apart in the first period as Dorchester trimmed South Boston 3-1;

 

Aidan Donath wore a first-period natural hat, two of the goals 26 seconds apart, and Jackson Fisher and Ryan Connolly both delivered a goal and an assist in Natick’s 9-2 win over the Railers; No. 8 scored the winner with 7:46 left and Ryan Anastasio had 1-1-2 as Woburn edged the Railers 3-2; Jaden Haas wore the hat in Concord’s 7-0 victory over Winchester; and Joey Vaccari scored twice as Winchester got by Waltham 2-1.

 

AAA

 

Reading and Arlington both won twice in the North. Jack Melly scored twice and Will Dyment had a goal and an assist in Reading’s 4-2 victory over Marblehead – and Isaac Robinson’s goal with 24 seconds left in the second period turned out to be the winner as Reading edged Newton 3-2; Sullivan scored twice and Patterson had a goal and an assist in Arlington’s 5-2 victory over Assabet, Kimberly Duplessis with both goals in the loss – and Patterson wore the hat, Beck scored twice and Sullivan had two assists in a 7-1 victory over Lexington/Bedford;

 

Chase Collins wore the hat and Aiden Biscoe scored twice in Wakefield’s 6-3 victory over Lexington/Bedford – Owen LaCamera with two goals in the loss; and Nolan Rawley had two goals and two assists, Matt Kelly dished out four helpers, Rona Martell-Hernandez and Colby Gaffey both clicked for 2-1-3, Jack Norton had 1-2-3 and Aaron Alves-Thomas pitched a shutout in Parkway’s big win over Newton.

 

Rochester swept a pair in the South. Aiden Tibbetts scored five goals and Luke Holt and Reilly Kondrosl both tallied twice I a big win over Wilmington – and Tibbetts wore the hat and added an assist in a 6-3 triumph over North Andover;

 

Jackson Fulginiti scored twice as Wellesley trimmed Needham 4-2; Tommy O’Neill and Logan Sheehan both posted 2-1-3, Grace Collins also scored twice and Jake Cataldo and Nathan Mathews each had 1-1-2 in Billerica’s 10-2 win over Methuen; Thomas Ward wore the hat and Cosmo Ciccarello and Will Quigley both scored twice as Stoneham topped Melrose 10-5 – Drew Rynak with two goals in the loss; Jason Luti capped a three-goal first period that sent Danvers past Haverhill/Pentucket 3-2; Dan Hanann wore the hat and Logan Nestor and James Gordon both posted 1-1-2 in Burlington’s 9-3 victory over Cambridge – Joel Perez and Hunter Barone with 1-1-2 apiece in the loss; and Brookline topped Medford 4-0.

 

AA

 

In the North, Tony Bordonaro wore the hat and added an assist in Winthrop’s 7-4 win over S&S – Steve Nason with a hat trick in the loss; Simmons wore the hat and R. Monahan clicked for 1-1-2 early in the third period as Chelmsford downed Cape Ann 5-3; Cochran scored five goals, including four straight, Martinez had 1-1-2 and McKenna two assists as Concord-Carlisle defeated the Wizards 6-3 – Demeo with 1-2-3 and Thomas 1-1-2 in the loss; Sam McDougall scored four straight goals and powered Dedham to a 4-1 win over Triboro; Ben Cimonelli 2-1-3 led the Revolution to a 7-1 victory over the Crusaders; and Hudson Halters scored five goals, Pete McDonough came through with 2-2-4; Noah Chin also scored twice, Zach Romani had two assists and Mike Smith pitched a shutout in Natick’s big win over Framingham.

 

Wellesley won twice in the South. Jed MacArthur scored one goal and dished out four assists, Adrian Daigle scored twice, Aiden O’Connell and Marg Redgate both posted 1-1-2 and Jack Swenson pitched a shutout in a big win over Lexington/Bedford – and Daigle wore the hat and had four assists, Tara Battagline scored four goals, No. 9 scored twice and Aiden O’Donnell had two assists in an 11-3 win over Waltham;

 

Shane Leger and Coyle both scored twice and JoJo O’Neill had a goal and an assist in Hyde Park’s 6-4 victory over Lexington/Bedford; Nathan Mainey wore the hat and had an assist, Connor Woods posted 1-2-3, Angela Wells scored twice and Andres Jay pitched a shutout as Charlestown scored a big win over Arlington; Kelsi Grimes scored the winner with 1:44 left as Woburn nipped Somerville 4-2 – Eli Mahon with 1-1-2 in the win; Eric Ben Horsman scored two goals and handed out three assists, Eric NGentile and Tyler McCarthy both wore hats, Brody King had two assists and Finnley McDonald pitched a shutout in Watertown’s loud win over Waltham; and Lavey clicked for a goal and two assists, Donahue and Flynn both scored twice and McQuaid had two assists in Dorchester’s 8-2 victory over Allston/Brighton.

 

In the East, Jack Carter scored with 9:26 left and Drew Powell than finished off a hat trick with goals with 7:41 left and then again with 1:04 on the clock to give the Railers a 5-4 decision over Lynnfield/Saugus – Jack Lagana with four assists in the win and No. 26 two goals in the loss; Shane MacEachern scored four goals, Diranian scored two goals in 22 seconds in the first minute of the game and Mason Ciampi had two assists as Lynnfield/Saugus defeated Marblehead 9-2 – No. 22 with 1-1-2 in the loss; James Caruso had 2-1-3 and Demetri Breton also scored twice as Everett/Revere topped Melrose 7-2 – Douglas Connor with both goals in the loss; Jack Allen, Thomas Lisy and Dan Driscoll all scored twice in Winchester’s 9-2 victory over Twin City; Edwards wore a natural hat, two of the goals 17 seconds apart, and added an assist, O’Neill had a goal and two assists and Kozin came within a minute of a shutout as SMS defeated Triboro 4-1; Nathan Palharas delivered a goal and two assists, No. 97 scored twice and Brendan McKenna also had two assists in Peabody’s 8-1 victory over Assabet; Brendon Meek wore the hat and Matt Mischel and Eric Zhang both had 1-1-2 as Acton-Boxboro stopped Natick 7-0; and Beaupre clicked for 1-2-3 and Garner had 1-1-2 in Twin City’s 4-2 victory over the Edge.

 

Concord, Tewksbury and Winchester all won twice and Andover had a win and a tie in the West. Hatfield wore the hat and had an assist and Greenrod came within 1:05 of a shutout in Concord’s 6-1 victory over Wakefield – and McDevitt wore the hat and had an assist, Herrick scored twice, No, 14 had two assists and Greenrod got that shutout in an 8-0 win over NH East; Nick Gannon wore the hat, Andrew Polley scored two goals and set up another and Owen Sovie also scored twice in Tewksbury’s big win over Belmont – and Aidan McGuinness, who also had an assist, scored with 1:33 left to give Tewksbury a 3-2 decision over Acton-Boxboro, No. 91 with both goals in the loss; Brett Daniels scored four goals, Joe Cogan scored twice, Alistair Dattoli had 1-1-2 and William Cutting pitched a shutout in Winchester’s 8-0 victory over Burlington – and Cutting pitched another shutout and Daniels scored twice in the third period of a 2-0 triumph over Acton-Boxboro; James Gildea scored two goals and handed out three assists, Dalton Muprhy posted 1-2-3, Trevor Pouliot also scored twice, Noah Abdat had 1-1-2 and Finn Larson pitched a shutout in Andover’s big win over North Andover – and Chris Black scored with 4:51 left to give Andover a 2-2 tie with Wellesley, Ben Carlisle with assists on both goals for Wellesley;

 

Bromley scored four goals and set up two others and Jake Griffin had 1-1-2 in Burlington’s big win over North Andover; Mark Killilea scored five goals and set up two others, Colin O’Keef scored four goals and Dave Parziale had three assists in Medford’s 12-9 victory over Belmont – Peter Fotis with a hat trick and No, 24 2-1-3 in the loss; and Needham trimmed Wellesley 3-1.

 

Lynn and Acton-Boxboro both won twice in the Central. Brian Boisson scored one goal and handed out three assists, Tyler Whitten posted four assists, Christian Marsh, Cam Furbush and Mike Nerich all scored twice, Kyle Furling had 1-1-2 and Nick Denino pitched a shutout Lynn’s big win over Cape Ann – and Nerich scored four goals, Furlong had 2-1-3, No. 88 posted 1-1-2 and Denino pitched another shutout in a loud win over Danvers; McKenna clicked for 2-1-3, Coffey and Nichols both had 1-1-2 and Houle had two assists as Acton-Boxboro topped Needham 5-0 – and Coffey scored four goals, O’Malley posted 1-2-3, McKenna scored twice and Sweny had two assists in a loud victory over Wellesley;

 

Cotto scored two goals and set up another, Blaney also scored twice and Mahoney had a goal and an assist in Dedham’s 10-2 victory over Winchester; Mike Harrison wore the hat and Jake Buchman had three assists as Winthrop timed Winchester 7-4 – Steve McCabe with a hat trick in the loss; Alex Chen wore a third-period hat as Andover downed Stoneham 4-1; Six different players scored, Ben Walsh scoring late in the second period, and Connor McGowan pitched a shutout as Beverly defeated Stoneham 6-0; Elizabeth Babson’s goal early in the second period turned out to be the winner as Lexington/Bedford trimmed the Wizards 4-2; and Juliana Fry and Gus Wollask scored 1:44 apart in the third period as Waltham got by Dedham 4-2 – Matt Mahoney with both goals in the loss.

 

A

 

SMS won twice in the North behind a pair of PJ Gammons shutouts. No. 4 had two goals and an assist in a 3-0 victory over the Railers – and Connor Griffin had 2-1-3, John Furdon also scored twice in a 7-0 triumph over Waltham;

 

Mike Dean wore the hat and dished out four assists, Connor Sweeney scored four goals and set up another, John Orpen also wore a hat and Hunter Hillenberg scored twice as the Crusaders scored a big win over Andover; Michelle Caiazzo capped a hat trick with the winner with 2:53 left, Maeve Ricci posted three assists and Ashley Caiazzo scored twice as the Andover Girls edged Greater Lowell 6-5 – Jack Huson with two goals in the loss; Dylan Costa scored twice and Kellen Looney and Brady Johnston both had two assists as the Railers topped Framingham 6-1; Tom McAleany wore the hat, David Perez posted 2-1-3, Collin Dyer had 1-2-3, Karleigh Pouliot clicked for 1-1-2 and Eli Gaeta pitched a shutout in Amesbury’s big win over Billerica; Luke Sarco and Alex Kurth both wore hats, Sarco with two assists and Kurth one, in Chelmsford’s 10-3 victory over Methuen – No. 1 with all three goals in the loss; William Champion scored five goals and set up another, William Fredericks, Jason Juarez and Avery Landry all posted 1-2-3 and Robert Mendez had 1-1-2 in Waltham’s 10-5 victory over the Crusaders; Colin Desruisseaux and Jason Rojas both wore hats, Izzy Cruz posted 2-1-3, Caden Crogan had 1-2-3 and B. Chamberlain pitched a shutout as the Revolution scored a big win over Framingham; and Luke MacIsaac and Nos. 4 and 20 all wore hats, MacIsaac with an assist, No. 44 posted 2-1-3 and Jagger Gudaitis 1-2-3 in Newburyport’s big win over Andover.

 

Brookline won twice in the South. Alex Curry scored two goals and assisted on three others, Burke Watts clicked for 2-1-3, Max Hamilton and Jameson Young posted 1-1-2 apiece, Craig Haas had two assists and Jaclyn Solovey pitched a shutout in a big win over Woburn – and Cole Horowitz wore the hat in a 6-4 triumph over Charlestown, Anderson and Bresler with two goals apiece in the loss;

 

Brown and Simonds both has a goal and an assist and Fonseca two assists in Woburn’s 5-2 victory over Somerville; Davin McClory and Jack Mueller both wore hats as Lynnfield/Saugus topped Marblehead 8-1; Marcus Schuster had 1-1-2 and Quinn Harrington pitched a shutout in Belmont’s 4-0 victory over South Boston; Colin Lee and Joe Russo, who both also had assists, scored 47 seconds apart and Joey Mangano followed with his second goal of the game 35 seconds later early in the third period as Medford got by Belmont 6-4 – Marcus Schuster with two goals and Keilan Jones 1-1-2 in the loss; Collins scored with 8:45 left and Watson then delivered with 1:25 remaining to give Charlestown a 4-4 tie with Parkway; and Grossman posted 1-1-2 as South Boston downed Parkway 5-0.

 

Reading won twice in the East. Owen Leonard and Nolan McKinnon scored 24 seconds apart and Sage Power had a goal and an assist in a 5-3 victory over Lexington/Bedford, Ricky Broglino with two goals in the loss – and Alex Van Horn and Max King both scored twice in a 7-0 win over Natick;

 

Henry Duhamel scored twice and Natick scored all three goals in the first period of a 3-2 victory over Waltham; No. 15 wore a first-period natural hat and finished with four goals, Brodie Millette dished out three assists and Caroline Jones and Johnny Racki both scored twice in Newburyport’s big win over newton; Molly Burns scored five goals,  Malykai Pelazar had two goals and two assists, Quinn Bonner handed out three assists, Max Defeo scored twice and Devin Baldwin had 1-1-2 in Wakefield’s loud win over North Reading; Antonelli clicked for 2-2-4, Clifford and LeBel both had 1-2-3 and Bonnell 1-1-2 in Haverhill’s 10-2 victory over the Andover Girls – Ellie Underwood with both goals and Madelyn Carr and Elise Guazzaloca with assists on both; and Walter King scored his fifth goal of the game with 43 seconds left to give Tewksbury a 5-5 tie with NH East – Quentin Lentini with two assists for Tewksbury, while Cole Rego posted 2-1-3, Andrew Bryan and Dan Ryan 1-1-2 apiece and Andrew Paine two assists for NHE.

 

Lynn won twice in the West. Comeau wore the hat in a 3-1 victory over the Railers – and J. Serino wore the hat and Furlong had a goal and an assist in a 6-2 win over Beverly, S. Carr with both goals in the loss;

 

Doshi pitched a shutout and Tonello scored late in the second period as Melrose edged SMS 1-0; Anderson scored five goals, wearing a natural hat in a 3:38 span early, Berkio and Stefalino both wore hats and added an assist and Katis had 2-1-3 in Twin City’s big win over Reading; Williams wore the hat, DeVita and Boonisar both had 2-1-3, Wang had 1-1-2 and Leonardo two assists in Concord-Carlisle’s big win over the Crusaders; Bobby Carpenter wore the hat and Lucas Palumbo posted 1-1-2 in Acton-Boxboro’s 7-3 victory over the Railers – No, 44 with two goals in the loss; and Carr (No. 22) and Ready both wore hats and added two assists and Deleon scored twice in Beverly’s 9-2 win over the Crusaders – J. Casey with both goals in the loss.

 

In Central play, Tobin pitched a shutout and Kelly ended Will Li’s shutout bid with 52 seconds left to give Dorchester a 1-0 decision over Brookline; and No. 27 scored twice and No. 2 scored the winner in the second period as Parkway edged Belmont 6-5.

   

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

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