SQUIRTS – WEEK ENDING Feb. 3
Kevin Andriolo scored with 37 seconds left to give Tewksbury a 4-3 decision over Parkway – Nolan Rowley with all three goals in the loss; and John Lynch scored twice as Dorchester topped Concord 5-1.
In the North, Foley scored one goal and set up another as Triboro edged Acton-Boxboro 3-2; Brian Pezzulich scored with 5:48 left to give Wellesley a 1-0 decision over Assabet; Tom Keller had a goal and an assist and Timmy O’Toole two assists in Waltham’s 4-1 victory over the Railers; Mikey O’Leary’s second goal of the game snapped a 1-1 tie with 7:07 left and Erik Deplacido delivered a goal and two assists as Beverly trimmed Marblehead 3-1; Isaac Robinson scored two goals and set up two others and Brady Keaveney also scored twice in Reading’s 7-2 win over Winchester; and No. 28 clicked for two goals and an assist, Muse scored twice and Nos. 21 and 6 both posted 1-1-2 in Winchester’s 8-3 victory over Wakefield – Jack Tucker with two goals in the loss.
Stoneham, the Vipers and Rochester all won twice in the South. Mike Millett had a goal and two assists in Stoneham’s 3-1 victory over Danvers – and Joe Capentieri wore the hat and added an assist and No. 24 scored twice in a 10-2 win over Needham; Krokos scored twice as the Vipers topped Billerica 4-1 – and Krokos scored four goals and Lambert had two assists in an 8-2 triumph over Concord; Logan Batchelder scored and then assisted on Shane Cullity’s goal 1:14 later in the third period as Rochester trimmed Danvers 3-1 – and Aidan Tibbetts scored twice in the third period, the second with 5:01 left to give Rochester a 2-1 decision over Chelmsford;
Matt Spalla scored one goal and set up another as Needham downed Dedham 3-1; Cam Leblanc pitched a shutout and Hunter McCarthy scored 23 seconds into the second period as Haverhill/Pentucket topped NH East 3-0; Ella Puleo pitched a shutout and Jagger Gudaitis scored with 9:47 left as Newburyport trimmed Concord 2-0; Sam MacDougall scored with 2:27 left to give Dedham a 3-3 tie with the Revs, who got two goals from Cutler; and Brendan Hamann posted 1-2-3, Sam Yosca and Jack Christensen both scored twice and Colin Casperson had 1-1-2 in Triboro’s 7-1 victory over the Demons.
Winchester and Cambridge both won twice in the North. James Savoie came within 2:15 of a shutout and Sean Boyd scored what turned out to be the winner 42 seconds into the third period of Winchester’s 2-1 decision over Lexington/Bedford – and Savoie pitched a shutout and Jack Allen scored early in a 2-0 win over the same team; Jeff Cahoon and Hunter Barone both had 2-1-3 and scored late as Cambridge edged Brookline 4-3, Cam Roof with two assists in the win and No. 88 two goals in the loss – and No. 14 wore the hat and Hunter posted 2-1-3 as Cambridge downed Dorchester 7-4, Jack Flynn and Jonathan Neff with two assists apiece in the loss;
Joe Leeman wore the hat and Tyler Grossman scored twice in South Boston’s 5-1 victory over Brookline; Bent scored with 42 seconds left to give MS a 21 decision over North Andover; Belmont scored three times in the second period of a 4-2 win over Watertown; Chad Vigeant and Logan Bettencourt scored 34 seconds apart early in the third period to give Greater Lowell a 3-2 decision over Masco – Dom Melito with 1-1-2 in the loss; and Nathaniel Trafton scored twice in the third period and Tony Bordonaro had two goals and an assist as Winthrop got by Wellesley 5-3 – Finn Reilly with two goals in the loss.
Lynnfield/Saugus won twice in the South. Liam Gardney scored twice in a 4-1 victory over S&S – and Josh Healey scored twice and Paul Smith had a goal and an assist in a 7-2 win over Lynn;
Hudson Halters, who also had an assist, capped a hat trick with 2:01 left to give Natick a 5-4 decision over Newton – Griffin Godin with a goal and three assists in the win and James Payton two goals in the loss; Evan Murphy capped a hat trick with what turned out to be the winner with 7:32 left and Tom Puorro had 2-1-3 as Amesbury edged Methuen 5-4 – Nolan Solemina with 1-1-2 in the loss; and James Payton scored two goals and handed out three assists, Rowan Fine wore the hat and Octavia Toma handed out three assists in Newton’s 7-1 win over Medford.
Melrose won twice and North Reading had a win and a tie in the East. John Recinito scored five goals, scoring what turned out to be the winner with 4:15 left, and Drew Rynak had a goal and two assists as Melrose edged Reading 6-5, Villiott with two goals in the loss – and Recinito scored four goals and set up another in a 7-4 triumph over Winchester, Joe Cogan with 1-1-2 in the loss; Brendan Gazda scored twice as North Reading edged Woburn 3-2 – and Kaiden Anastas scored two third-period goals and Matt Scopa also scored twice as Peabody pulled out a 6-6 tie with North Reading, Gazda with a hat trick, James Nelson two goals and Charlie Scott 1-1-2 for NR;
Chris Bond scored the winner with 6:19 left, Declan Daley scored twice and Tommy McKenna posted 1-1-2 as Concord-Carlisle edged Charlestown 5-4 – Nathan Mainey and Will Sutton with two goals apiece in the loss; Allston/Brighton nipped Parkway 2-1; and Kelsi Grimes scored with 4:53 left to give Woburn a 2-1 decision over Winchester.
Reading had a win and a tie against Reading in the West. Zach Bateman had a goal and an assist in a 3-2 decision, Greg Muse with 1-1-2 in the loss – and Carson Quinn scored in 5:07 left to give Reading a 1-1 tie with Triton, which got a goal from Muse late in the first period;
Evan Aliferis scored two goals and set up another as SMS downed Lexington/Bedford 4-1; Aidan McGuinness scored with 1:46 left to give Tewksbury a 2-1 decision over the Warriors; Eli Williams scored the winner in the second period as Micro Ice nipped the Saints 2-1; Cedric Lefebvre had 1-1-2 as Waltham downed the Revs 3-0; Cooper Motta scored twice and John Proulz had two assists as the Saints topped Acton-Boxboro 5-3 – McKenna with a hat trick in the loss; Kiera Dowd scored twice as the Wizards defeated Lexington/Bedford 5-2; McDonald wore the hat over a 1:56 span of the first period and Zizza scored twice as the Americans trimmed Beverly 6-4 – Liam Kelsch with a hat trick in the loss; and Ben Beeny and Tom Walsh both scored twice, James Gildea posted 1-1-2 and Vinnie Durso two assists as Andover topped Acton-Boxboro 6-2 – Alessandro Gutteridge with both goals in the loss.
In the Central, Drew Deletti scored four goals and Ryan Quinn had a goal and an assist in Framingham’s 6-3 victory over Newton – Dave Logman with two goals in the loss; Needham’s Pat Killeen and Wellesley’s Fenton swapped goals in a 1-1 tie; Phinny and Mix scored late to give Medfield a 2-2 tie with Cambridge, which got both goals from No. 21; Will Canada pitched a shutout and Ryder Testagrossa assisted on both goals as Twin City got by Assabet; Cole Rego scored two goals and handed out three assists, Owen Matthews clicked for 2-1-3, Cole Peterson also scored twice and Paul Eldredge had two assists in NH East’s 10-6 victory over Medford – Mark Killilea with five goals in the loss; Peter Grillo scored with 8:27 left as Haverhill/Pentucket edged Danvers 1-0; and Tommy Surrette scored with 1:59 remaining to give Danvers a 2-1 decision over Wilmington.
The Edge, Railers and Natick all won twice and Melrose had a win and a tie in the North. Caden DeRoza wore the hat as the Edge topped Andover 5-3, Andrew Wu with two goals in the loss – and DeRoza wore the hat, Jayden Handy scored twice, Gavin Darrigo had 1-1-2 and Landon Katz two assists in a 6-2 triumph over Nashoba, James Roberts with both goals in the loss; Dylan Coran delivered a goal and two assists, Cam Caron scored twice and Kellen Looney posted 1-1-2 as the Railers downed Brookline 6-3, Burke Watts with two goals in the loss – and Jason Romani went for two goals and two asssts, Caron wore the hat, Calvin Conboy handed out three assists and Ryan Donahue had 1-1-2 in an 8-4 win over the Crusaders, Orpen with 1-2-3 and Dean two goals in the loss;
Rex Li wore the hat, Ian Zhou scored twice and Nick Chan-Smutko came within 1:10 of a shutout as Natick defeated Brookline 7-1 — and Zhou clicked for 2-2-4, Li wore the hat and James Pomakis also scored twice in an 8-2 win over Waltham; Ruby Hansen came within 1:14 of a shutout and Jack Connor had 1-1-2 as Melrose trimmed Winthrop 3-1 – and Nick Perito, who also had two assists, scored with 4:15 left to give Medford a 3-3 tie with Melrose;
Arthur Thomas, who also had an assists, scored his second goal of the game with 2:48 left to give Arlington a 5-4 decision over Belmont – No. 30 with two goals in the win and Peter Fotis and No. 88 1-1-2 apiece in the loss; Bernard scored one goal and handed out four assists, Dean scored four goals, including a natural hat in the second period, and Walzel delivered a goal and three assists as the Crusaders topped Andover 8-4; Luke Marino scored twice and Nick Glass posted 1-1-2 in Beverly’s 5-2 victory over Newburyport; and No. 72’s second goal of the game, with 2:16 left, turned out to be the winner and Robert Wallace posted 1-1-2 as Stoneham edged Belmont 6-5 – Seth Rabiner with 1-1-2 in the loss.
Winchester had a win and a tie in the South. Thomas Buck scored four goals and set up another, Jonathan Gilmer scored twice, Jack Cahill had a goal and an assist and Sam van Paassen two assists in an 8-2 victory over Charlestown, which got 1-1-2 from Tom Breslar -- and Bresler’s second goal if the game, with 4:51 left, gave Charlestown a 3-2 decision over South Boston;
Ian Bella came within 3:29 of a shutout and Ryan Ballard scored what turned out to be the winner 42 seconds into the third period as South Boston trimmed Lexington/Bedford 4-1; Ben Reznik’s second goal of the game, with 6:31 left, gave Lexington/Bedford a 4-4 tie with Winchester – Connor Beaulieu with two goals for L/B and Bradford Adams and Jack Cahill two goals apiece for Winchester; Dimas scored with 4:56 left to give Belmont a 2-2 tie with Dorchester; Billerica’s Luis Fernandez and Cape Ann’s Nick Bilenchi swapped goals in a 1-1 tie; and Quinn Bonner scored with 35 seconds left to give Wakefield a 3-2 decision over Reading – Molly Burns with 1-1-2 in the win and Graham Conroy both goals in the loss.
In the East, Jacoby Comeau wore a natural hat in a 1:28 span of the third period as Lynn downed Cape Ann 5-2; Christos Rogaris scored four goals and set up another, Ryan Kelly, Adam Curtis and Brogan Haggerty all dished out three assists, Sienna Rosenblatt scored twice, August Morris posted 1-1-2 and Brody Donovan had two assists in Waltham’s 8-2 victory over Natick – Nikolas Ogarkov with 1-1-2 in the loss; Wright Shinzawa pitched a shutout and Robert Bernier scored twice in Parkway’s 3-0 win over Woburn; Pinheiro and Gorsospe both clicked for 1-1-2 in Somerville’s 5-1 triumph over Framingham; Nos.16 and 34 scored 1:54 apart late in the second period as Newton trimmed Brookline 3-1; Jordan Lyle scored twice in the first period as Andover nipped Amesbury 3-1; Cole Rego wore the hat, scoring once in each period as NH East downed Lynnfield/Saugus 3-1; Charlie Roberto wore the hat, snapping a 2-2 tie with 7:59 left as Masco topped Chelmsford 4-2; Leider scored twice and Stefanilo had two assists in Twin City’s 5-2 victory over the Andover Girls; and Kyle Cid pitched a shutout and Tommy Knapp scored late in the first period as North Andover downed Peabody 2-0.
Greater Lowell won twice in the West. Brian LaForte pitched a shutout and Aaron Sosa scored with 5:06 left in a 1-0 decision over Tewksbury – and Sosa wore the hat, Jack Hugo had a goal and two assists, No. 36 had 1-1-2 and William Buckley two assists in a 10-3 win over Concord-Carlisle, Will Kehoe with two goals in the loss;
Anthony Tonello scored four goals and set up another and Ayush Doshi had two assists as Melrose defeated Watertown 6-2 – Charlie Ryan with both goals in the loss; Forest Bitner pitched a shutout and No. 40 scored in the second period as Danvers edged Dorchester 1-0; and Zach Woods’ second goal of the game, with 2:19 left, gave Tewksbury a 3-2 decision over Danvers.
The Railers won twice and Wakefield posted a win and a tie against Beverly in the Central. Lucas Palumbo scored his second goal of the game and Ryan Stand followed 13 seconds later to cap a three-goal first period that sent the Railers past Dedham 4-2 – and Taiven Linnus pitched a shutout in a 5-0 win over Wellesley; Blandon and Marroquin scored 28 seconds apart and Howe’s second of the game then capped the rally 2:08 later to give Wakefield a 5-4 decision over Beverly, Krass with 1-1-2 and Leary two assists in the win and Siri Carr 2-1-3, Avery Leblanc 1-1-2 and Victoria DeLeon two assists in the loss – and DeLeon scored with 9:56 left and then assisted on Carr’s second goal of the game with 1:31 remaining to give Beverly tied Wakefield 3-3, Marroquin with two Wakefield goals;
Linus Pearsall, who also had an assist, capped a hat trick with 3:53 left to give North Reading a 4-2 victory over Belmont; Gabe Santos scored four goals as Dedham edged Brookline 5-4 – John Herman with two goals in the loss; Liam Foti wore the hat and Matt Gibbons and Shepard Herring both posted 1-1-2 in Marblehead’s 8-3 victory over the Crusaders – Geoffrey Neiley with two goals in the loss; Spencer clicked for 1-2-3 and Capozzi scored twice in Wilmington’s 5-1 win over the Andover Girls; Ella Duffy, Emilia DePlacido and Antonio Pucci all posted 1-1-2 and Mike Nakhoul pitched a shutout in Methuen’s 7-0 triumph over Reading; Tyler Olsen pitched a shutout and Brandon Ma scored in the third period as SMS edged Parkway 1-0; and Caitlin Sweeney and No. 66 both posted 1-1-2 in Dorchester’s 4-1 victory over North Reading.
--MIKE SHALIN, email@example.com