SQUIRTS – WEEK ENDING Dec. 9
Arlington won twice. Ruben Williams scored two goals and set up another and John Paul Messuri and No. 15 both posted a goal and an assist in a 7-1 victory over Parkway – and Kurt Beck scored early in the second period of a 1-0 decision over Tewksbury;
Luke Sardone scored four goals, including a natural hat, as Winchester downed Woburn 5-2; Jared Barretto, who also had an assist, scored with 4:30 left and Brian Curtis followed with a goal with 18 seconds remaining to give Woburn a 3-3 tie with Natick – Ryan Dodge with two assists for Woburn; Finn Seymour scored twice and Luke Conley had 1-1-2 in Andover’s 7-3 victory over Natick – Luca Tavilla with 1-1-2 in the loss; Cam Lanziero wore the hat and Owen Sovie came within 3:48 of a shutout in Tewksbury’s 4-1 win over Andover; and Thomas Aaron-Alves came within 27 seconds of a shutout and Marcus Tobin and Brian Murphy both posted 1-1-2 as Parkway edged Winchester 2-1.
Waltham won twice in the North. Brian Fleming had a goal and an assist in a 4-2 victory over Dorchester – and Fleming scored four goals, Brendan Butler came through with a goal and two assists and Tom Keller handed out three assists in a 10-4 triumph over Greater Lowell, Chad Vigeant with 2-1-3 and Ned Akasian 1-1-2 in the loss;
Matt Wheeler scored 46 seconds into the third period and Alex Norton, who had an assist on Wheeler’s goal, took over from there, scoring with 7:23 remaining and again withy 5:20 on the clock, capping a hat trick to give Framingham a 4-3 decision over Burlington – Adam Kornbau with three assists in the win; Jack Coleman, who also had an assist, scored the winner with 2:59 left and the Railers scored three goals in 2:42 late to top Belmont 4-3; Marco Ferraresso pitched a shutout, Toby Grenier scored twice and Mac Crawford had 1-1-2 as Marblehead downed Reading 3-0; and Gracie Collins clicked for 2-1-3 and Jaelyn Trudell and No. 6 both had 1-2-3 as the Wizards topped Lowell 7-2 – Vigeant with both goals in the loss.
Needham, Beverly and Rochester all won twice in the South. Joe MacDonnell scored what turned out to be the winner with 7:36 left and Joe Saratella had a goal and an assist as Needham edged Danvers 4-3, Max Parent with two goals and Emily Tibbetts two assists in the loss – and William Lavalle, who also had an assist, scored with 9:43 and 4:47 left and MacDonnell then delivered with 1:05 on the clock to give Needham a 4-3 decision over Newburyport, Max Repczynski and Braden Arel with 1-1-2 apiece in the loss; Teddy Fisher scored four goals, Quinn Fox posted 2-1-3, Xander Alexeyev dished out three assists and Ryan Everette also scored twice in Beverly’s 9-5 victory over Haverhill/Pentucket, Wes Ackerman with two goals in the loss – and Nate Wheeler wore the hat and Erik DePlacido had two goals and an assist in a 6-1 win over NH East; Riley Kondroski had 2-1-3, Brody Langella posted two assists and Logan Batchelder scored what turned out to be the winner with 4:11 left as Rochester trimmed Concord 4-2, Barry with two goals in the loss – and Aiden Tibbetts and Kondroski both scored twice, Batchelder had 1-1-2 and Connor Lentz pitched a shutout in a 6-0 triumph over Billerica;
Stephen Nason scored five goals and set up another to lead S&S to a 9-5 victory over Cape Ann – Tim Patrick with two goals in the loss; No. 3 scored the tying goal with 6:24 left and No. 8 had two assists as NH East tied Triboro 3-3 – Brendan Hamaan and Sam Yosca with 1-1-2 apiece for Tribor; Mayo posted 2-1-3, scoring what proved to be the winner with 10:26 left, Barry wore the hat and Hatfield had two assists in Concord’s 6-4 victory over Haverhill/Pentucket – Reece King and No. 23 with 1-1-2 apiece in the loss; Owen Mongeau scored twice as Newburyport topped Billerica 4-1; Ryan Day and No. 4 both had a goal and an assist in a 3:02 span of the first period as Stoneham edged the Revs 2-1; and Krokos had 1-1-2 as the NS Vipers trimmed Danvers 3-1.
Winthrop won twice in the North. Tony Bordonaro scored what turned out to be the winner and Mike D’Ambrosio had a goal and an assist in a 5-4 decision over Watertown, Ben Horsman with two goals and Derek McAuliffe 1-1-2 in the loss – and Bordonaro wore the hat and added an assist and Paul Ferrara scored twice in a 7-2 victory over Concord-Carlisle;
Brendan Meek scored with 5:03 left and then assisted on Evan Yagodzinski’s third goal of the game to give Acton-Boxboro a 5-4 decision over Amesbury – Jacob Noyes with two goals in the loss; Jacob Mariani scored with 2:12 left to give North Andover a 1-1 tie with Masco, which got an early goal from Jackson Wylie; No. 15 and Argiros scored early in the third period to give Brookline a 3-1 win over Newton; Robert Monahan delivered a goal and two assists, Brody Simmons and No. 6 both scored twice and Brian Bardsley had 1-1-2 as Chelmsford trimmed Cambridge 6-4 – Cam Roof with 2-1-3 in the loss; Matteo Fainelli wore a natural hat in the first period and added an assist and Owen LaCamera posted 1-1-2 as Lexington/Bedford defeated Medford 5-1; and Jack Marcantino scored and then assisted on Adrien Daigle’s goal 1:35 later early in the third period as Wellesley tied Dorchester 2-2.
Lynn won twice and Triton wore a pair of ties in the South. Mike Nerich scored his second goal of the game with 58 seconds left to give Lynna 4-3 decision over Methuen, Christian Marsh also with two goals in the win – and Nerich scored twice, Marsh had 1-1-2, Aaron Cook had two assists and Lynn scored all four of its goals in the first period and held off Woburn 4-3, Kyle Silva with two goals in the loss; Ben Chisholm, Carl Cole and Greg Muse scored third-period goals as Triton rallied for a 3-3 tie with Woburn, Silva with 1-1-2 for Woburn – and Will Sutton scored with 27 seconds left to givbe Charlestown a 3-3 tie with Triton, Erin Flaherty with 1-1-2 and Sam Johnson two assists for Charlestown and Chisholm all three goals for Triton;
Andrew Monahan scored early in the second period as Chelmsford downed Andover 3-0; Bent and Knopf both had a goal and an assist as SMS edged the Advantage 3-2; Cole Campbell wore the hat as Natick topped Charlestown 7-2 – Sutton with both goals in the loss; Brendan Flynn had a goal and two assists and Paul Smith and Mason Ciampi both had 1-1-2 as Lynnfield/Saugus defeated Reading 7-3 – Jack Goodfellow with two goals in the loss; Mary Murray scored four goals and set up another and Julia Baldwin had 2-1-3 as the Advantage topped Winchester 8-3; Ryan Schrule wore a natural hat, two of the goals coming 33 seconds apart, as Winchester scored all five of its goals in the first period and held off Hyde Park 5-4 – Tommy Morris with two goals in the loss; and Dan Duggan and Dom Repucci both scored twice and Colin Bertock had 1-1-2 in Medfield’s 5-3 win over Natick – Griffin Godin with 1-1-2 in the loss.
Somerville, Reading and North Reading all won twice and Parkway had a win and a tie in the East. Nolan Hadett wore a natural hat, Chris Ferlito scored twice and Colin Rosas pitched a shutout in Somerville’s 7-0 victory over Needham — and James Curtatone wore the hat and added two assists and Ronan Gauthier and No.18 both posted two assists in a 7-2 win over Dedham, Matt Scopa with assists on both goals in the loss; Martello wore the hat and Villiot scored twice in Reading’s7-3 victory over Beverly – and Anthony Kane scored twice, Martello posted 1-1-2, Brendan Doane had two assists and Lucy Foley pitched a shutout in a 7-0 win over Triboro; Charlie Scott scored the winner 16 seconds into the third period as North Reading edged Melrose 4-3, John Recinito with all three goals and Brody Lawhorne assists on two of them in the loss – and North Reading edged Lexington/Bedford 2-1; Stevens posted 2-1-3, Stutts handed out three assists, Piccinin scored twice and No. 3 had 1-1-2 in Parkway’s 8-4 victory over Melrose, Recinto with two goals in the loss – and Parkway’s No. 38 and Needham’s Brady Block swapped goals late in the second period of a 1-1 tie;
Alyssa Norden scored four goals and set up two others and Angelo Fabbo scored one goal and handed out four assists as Peabody topped Acton-Boxboro 7-1; Rivet scored four goals and set up another and Connor Flaherty and Henry Richardson-Irvin both posted 1-1-2 as the Crusaders downed Beverly 9-3; Oden MacLeon scored twice and Nick Scarano and Andrew Yum both had 1—1-2 in Newton’s 6-3 victory over Tewksbury; Connor Fleming-Benison scored four goals, including a natural hat, in the third period as Allston/Brighton topped the Wizards 4-1; and Max Carter scored with 2:49 left to give Marblehead a 3-2 decision over Wellesley.
Tewksbury and Andover both won twice in the West. Ledgend Crane had a goal and an assist in Tewksbury’s 3-1 victory over Burlington – and Owen Sovie had 2-1-3 in a 5-0 win over Wilmington; Chris Black scored with 22 seconds left to give Andover a 3-2 decision over Micro Ice, James Gildea and Tom Walsh with 1-1-2 apiece in the win and Logan Arrendondo both goals in the loss – and Black wore the hat and Vinnie Durso scored twice in a 5-2 victory over Natick;
Colin Williams wore the hat and added an assist and Ben Carlisle posted 1-1-2 in Wellesley’s 7-4 victory over Lexington/Bedford – Henry Naylor with two goals, Pat Snail 1-1-2 and Nick Piantedosi and Matt Savage two assists apiece in the loss; Austin Dobson scored the winner 49 seconds into the third period as Framingham edged the Warriors 3-2; Seremetis was in goal for Burlington and Doucette for AME in a 0-0 tie; Ryder Barenholtz scored with 8:47 left and then assisted on Bobby Ferguson’s goal 1:41 later as Waltham nipped SMS 3-2; Liv Doucette pitched a shutout and Kayleigh Norton scored 50 seconds into the second period as the Warriors edged Acton-Boxboro 1-0; Ben Chamberlain had 1-1-2 and Israel Cruz scored what turned out to be the winner with 8:25 left as the Revs downed the Americans 5-3 – Willa with 1-1-2 in the loss; and John Scarpello scored five goals, Ryan Beede had three assists and Eddie Palmer and Mike Taranto both clicked for 1-1-2 as Wakefield downed Wilmington 8-2.
Newton had a win and a tie in the Central. Simon Yelensky scored the winner with 1:27 left, Brendan Mullowney scored twice and Jonathan Franklin had a goal and an assist in a 5-4 decision over Haverhill/Pentucket, Landon Fairchild with 2-1-3 and Anthony Polichetti 1-2-3 in the loss – and Dave Logman scored with 6:23 left and Mullowney then came through with his second goal of the game with 3:36 on the clock to give Newton a 3-3 tie with Waltham;
Jack Rotella had two goals and an assist and Armaan Singh posted 1-1-2 in Wellesley’s 5-0 victory over Needham; Ben Walker wore the hat and Colin Grant and Nick Garron both posted 1-1-2 in the Demons’ 6-2 victory over NH East – Owen Matthews with two goals in the loss; Shane Higgins wore the hat, Reece Quinn handed out three assists, John Proulx scored twice and Jack Kanaczet had two assists as the Saints topped Lexington/Bedford 6-1; Brandon Speziale pitched a shutout as Danvers trimmed Assabet 2-0; Paul Eldredge clicked for 2-1-3, Damien Letendre had 1-1-2 and Jack Harrington pitched a shutout in NH East’s 5-0 win over Dedham; Peter Grillo scored two goals and dished out three assists and Kole Sindoni had 2-1-3 as Haverhill/Pentucket downed Everett/Revere 6-4 – Ryan Bowdridge with two goals, Chris Arguerta 1-1-2 and Charlie Gorostes two assists in the loss.
Belmont and Twin City both won twice in the North. No. 88 had two goals and an assist and Mikey French posted 1-1-2 in Belmont’s 4-1 victory over Dorchester – and Miles Garver’s second goal of the game and Seth Rabiner’s winner 46 seconds later late in a 4-3 win over Wellesley, French with two assists in the win and Johannes Eikeboon 1-1-2 in the loss; Evan Walker wore the hat, Anthony Beaupre wore a natural hat in the third period, No. 17 posted 1-2-3 and Jason Prest three assists in Twin City’s 9-2 victory over Nashoba, Sam Bramanti with two goals in the loss – and Walker clicked for 2-1-3, Prest had 1-2-3, Ryan Testagrossa 1-1-2 and William Moran two assists in an 8-0 triumph over the Crusaders;
Tyler ChinAleong scored the winner with 2:32 left and Luke Marino had a goal and an assist as Beverly edged Natick 2-1; Matt Iler wore a natural hat and Sam Tolson pitched a shutout in Agawam’s 5-0 win over Wakefield; Sean Connolly scored twice as Stoneham topped Cape Ann 5-1; Landon Katz clicked for 2-2-4, Jacob Schmidt also scored twice and Gavin Darrigo also had two assists as the Edge defeated the Wizards 5-2 – Ryan Hinchley with both goals in the loss; James Murnaghan pitched a shutout and Ben Loucks ended Jacoby Wall’s shutout with 10 seconds left and gave Lexington/Bedford a 1-0 decision over Dorchester; Ava Carr capped a hat trick with 4:59 left to give the Wizards a 3-2 decision over Newburyport; Sal Arena delivered 2-2-4, Bramanti had 1-2-3, Chase Harrington also scored twice, James Roberts and No. 66 both posted 1-1-2 and Carter Briggs also had two assists in Nashoba’s big win over Andover; Burke Watts wore the hat and Cole Horowitz, Max Hamilton and Craig Has all had two assists in Brookline’s 7-4 victory over Medford – Colin Lee with two goals and Joey Mongiello 1-1-2 in the loss; Ian Zhou and Rex Li both scored twice and Jake Bosworth had two assists as Natick topped Stoneham 6-1; John Racki had 2-1-3 as Newburyport trimmed the Crusaders 4-2; and Kellen Looney wore the hat and had an assist as the Railers topped the Andover Girls 6-1.
Cape Ann won twice and Arlington wore a pair of ties in the South. Finn Costa scored one goal and set up two others and Cape Ann scored all three of its goals in a 5:38 span of the second period in a 3-2 decision over Chelmsford – and Reis Lopiccolo wore the hat, Cade Francis scored twice, Costa posted 1-1-2 and Trey Marrone pitched a shutout in an 8-0 win over Chelmsford; Gilmer’s second goal of the game, with 3:01 left, gave Winchester a 3-3 tie with Arlington, Stepan Birmann with 1-1-2 for Arlington – and Olivia O’Brien scored with 4:19 left to give Lexington/Bedford a 3-3 tie with Arlington;
Doug Conner, who also had an assist, scored his second goal of the game with 3:40 left and Jay Dennison then came through with HIS second of the game with nine seconds remaining to give Melrose a 5-4 decision over Billerica – Luis Fernandez with all four goals in the loss; Seth Heacock scored eight seconds into the game for North Andover and Peabody’s Joe Tavilla answered in the second period in a 1-1 tie; Jordan Lyles wore the hat to lead Andover past Lynnfield/Saugus 5-1; Max Varney, Max King and Alex Van Horn all scored twice and Andrew Wright had 1-1-2 in Reading’s 7-4 victory over Winchester; Shinzawa pitched a shutout and Carey scored twice as Parkway downed Charlestown 3-0; Collin Sullivan wore the hat as Waltham trimmed Belmont 4-2; Artie O’Leary had 2-1-3, Jack Mueller also scored twice and Kyle Donahue had 1-1-2 as Lynnfield/Saugus topped Andover 8-3; and Irvin wore the hat and had an assist, Murphy and Breslar both clicked for 2-1-3, Mackenzie had 1-1-2 and Boucher two assists in Charlestown’s 9-3 victory over Belmont – Dimas with two goals in the loss.
Andover, Waltham and NH East all won twice in the East. Jackson Scolli scored one goal and handed out three assists, Eli Scott posted 2-1-3 and Nathan Calderwood and Lucas Jenney both also scored twice in Andover’s big win over Somerville – and Scott scored four straight goals in a 7-2 victory over Twin City; Connor Romancewicz scored one goal and set up another as Waltham trimmed Brookline 3-1 – and Sirah Moore scored the winner with 4:30 left as Andover nipped Twin City 2-1; Julian Bryan had 1-1-2 and Olivia Hobbs posted two assists in NH East’s 4-2 victory over Masco, Ella Bevilacqua and Horrigan with 1-1-2 apiece in the loss – and Colin Mahoney and Cole Rego both scored twice in a 6-1 win over Brookline;
Ethan Horrigan’s second goal of the game, with 3:09 left, turned out to be the winner and Johnny Glynn and No. 1 both had two assists as Masco edged Natick 4-3; William McEwen scored twice as Woburn topped Somerville 3-1; Mason DesRosiers scored what turned out to be the winner with 3:59 left as Amesbury edged Woburn 4-3; and Kyle Novo scored with 39 seconds left to give Greater Lowell a 4-4 tie with S&S – Jack Hugo with 1-1-2 for Lowell and Liam Cullen 2-1-3 and Nolan Topp two goals for S&S.
Lynn won twice in the West. Jacoby Comeau wore the hat and Amelia Serino scored twice in a 7-4 victory over Watertown, Joe Diboro with a hat trick in the loss – and Comeau scored five goals, Will Furlong scored four, Matt Castro had three assists and Anna Ryan two in a 9-2 victory over Haverhill/Pentucket;
Cian McBride wore the hat and Derek Gomez and Tyler Bellow both scored twice as Acton-Boxboro topped Watertown 9-5 – Ryan with four goals in the loss; Anthony Tonello’s second goal of the game, 58 seconds into the third period, was the winner as Melrose trimmed North Reading 3-1; Brady Swanton capped a hat trick with the tying goal with 9:53 game, Chris Anderson posted 1-2-3 and Jaden Weiner scored twice as Danvers tied Marblehead 6-6 – Liam Foti with four goals and Will DePhillips two for Marblehead; and Brady DeVita wore a natural hat and had an assist, Will Kehoe scored twice and Ryan Scafidi had two assists in Concord-Carlisle’s 11-3 victory over Wakefield – Van Dorpe with 1-1-2 in the loss.
Wilmington won twice in the Central. Arsenault scored twice, Spencer and Harrison both posted a goal and an assist and Lindquist came within 2:23 of a shutout in a 6-1 victory over the Andover Girls – and Raposa scored twice in the second period of a 4-2 win over Methuen, Ella Duffy with both goals in the loss;
Martha Dimas scored two goals and set up another and Joey Brodigan had a goal and an helper as Belmont trimmed Dedham 4-2; Maddie McGahn and Grant Cripps both posted a goal and two assists, Bridget Hunt also had two assists and Tyler Olsen pitched a shutout as SMS stopped the Crusaders 8-0; Khloe Goggin scored in the second period and Antonio Pucci pitched a shutout in Methuen’s 5-0 triumph over the Crusaders; Raffe Lakhani had 2-1-3, Jack Herman 1-2-3,including the tying goal in the second period, and Kaija Adler posted two assists as Brookline tied Cambridge 4-4 – Brendan Bandar with a hat trick and Satchel Sequeira two assists for Cambridge; Sam Zavratsky wore the hat in Wellesley’s 3-0 victory over Parkway; and Ryan Stand scored four goals, Robbie Lazo handed out four assists, Lucas Palumbo scored twice, Emmett Miranda had a goal and an assist and Andrew Palumbo two assists as the Railers defeated Reading 9-1.
--MIKE SHALIN, email@example.com