SQUIRTS – WEEK ENDING Feb. 10
Nolan Walsh scored two goals and set up another, Finan Murphy scored one goal and handed out two assists and Jaden Haas had a goal and an assist in Concord’s 5-1 victory over Tewksbury; William Days pitched a shutout, Sean Patterson set up all three goals and John Paul Messuri had a goal and an assist as Arlington downed Woburn 3-0; and Riley Bauchman scored the winner with 3:34 left and Sullivan Brown had a goal and an assist as Natick edged Parkway 3-2 – Stephen Russell with both goals in the loss.
Wakefield and Wellesley both won twice in the North. Chase Collins wore the hat and Cam Sartori had a goal and an assist in Wakefield’s 7-3 victory over Beverly, Matt Rex with two goals and an assist in the loss – and Mike Marenghi pitched a shutout, Jake Morris assisted on all three goals and Collins scored two of them in a 3-0 win over Marblehead; Rylan Dean and Connor Meyers both scored twice in Wellesley’s 5-3 victory over Waltham, Tom Keller with a hat trick in the loss—and Jack Stavaridis wore the hat and Eben Alden and Sebastian Culleton both added a goal and an assist in a 7-2 triumph over Dorchester, Desi Sweeney with 1-1-2 in the loss;
Stevie Wales snapped a 1-1 tie with 8:07 left as Marblehead trimmed Reading 3-1; Nolan Gannon’s third-period goal gave Winchester a 1-1 tie with Beverly, which got an early goal from Erik Deplacido; Adam Kornbau clicked for two goals and an assist, Alex Norton also scored twice and Max Beninanti had two assists as Framingham topped Assabet 6-3 – Christina Scalese with all three goals and Mia Daley and Annette Matsuyasu two assists apiece in the loss; and Oliver Sears and Ty Gully both scored twice, Sears adding an assist as the Railers downed Waltham 5-37.
In the South, Mike Millett’s fifth goal of the game, with 4:37 left, was the winner and Jack Donnelly had two assists as Stoneham edged the Revs 6-5 – Ashante Kamenya with two goals and Mario Portizzi and Tyler Bergman two assists apiece in the loss; Andrew Monahan scored twice and Ryan Hoagland scored what turned out to be the winner with seven minutes left as Chelmsford edged Billerica 4-3; Colin Gallagher scored twice and Dylan O’Connell had 1-1-2 as Dedham defeated Triboro 9-1; Pheonix Fortier and James Williams both wore hats and added an assist in North Central’s 6-0 victory over Needham; Owen Barniski wore the hat, Evan Couture had two assists and Luke Dempsey scored what proved to be the winner with 4:08 left as NH East edged Danvers 4-3; Haverhill/Pentucket’s Max Valcanas and Newburyport’s Max Repczynski swapped second-period goals in a 1-1 tie; and Devin Levelle’s second goal of the game, with 3:34 left, turned out to be the winner as Needham nipped North Central 5-4 – Mikey Quinn with two goals in the loss.
Watertown had a win and a tie in the North. Derek McAuliffe delivered a goal and an assist in a 3-1 victory over South Boston – and Brody King, who also had an assist, scored the tying goal with 4:05 left and Ben Horsman and Eric Gentile both also posted 1-1-2 as Watertown pulled out a 4-4 tie with Dorchester, Brendan Donahue with two goals, Robbie Lavey and Andrew O’Malley 1-1-2 and No. 19 two assists for Dorchester;
Alex Partridge and Karl Gude both scored twice, Patridge adding an assist as Lexington/Bedford defeated Greater Lowell 7-1; June McCabe and Pat Quill both scored twice and Tom Lisy posted a goal and an assist in Winchester’s 5-2 win over the Railers; James Sullivan scored five goals, Gavin Roycroft clicked for 2-1-3 and Jacob Mariani for 1-1-2 in North Andover’s 10-7 victory over Acton-Boxboro – Evan Yagodzinski with a hat trick, Cael Piekos 1-1-2 and Liam Culley two assists in the loss; Nelson’s 2-1-3 helped SMS past Masco 5-2 – Dom Melito with both goals in the loss; Zach Nixon had 1-1-2 as Wellesley trimmed the Crusaders 4-3 – Joel Perez with 1-1-2 in the loss; and Tony Bordonaro capped a hat trick with the goal that turned out to be the winner 48 seconds into the third period as Winthrop shaded Dorchester 6-5 – Nathaniel Trafton with 1-1-2 in the win and Brendan Donahue 1-1-2 and Quinn Taylor 1-1-2 for Dorchester.
In the South, Evan Snith scored with 6:31 left to give Methuen a 3-2 decision over Andover; Cam Furbush scored with 4:36 left to give Lynn a 3-3 tie with Cape Ann – Owen Caplan with 1-1-2 for CA; Stephen Nason’s fourth goal of the game, with 19 seconds remaining, gave S&S a 6-5 decision over Amesbury, which got 2-1-3 from Keegan Donahue; Hasch’s second goal of the game, to go with an assist, with 46 seconds remaining, gave the Advantage a 5-4 decision over the Demons – Murray with 1-1-2 and Richardson two assists in the win and Ben Walker a hat trick and Dave Dasilva two assists in the loss; Brayden Gordon scored one goal and handed out three assists and Luke Dickson scored twice in Medfield’s 11-4 victory over Natick – Zach Romani and Hudson Halters with 1-1-2 apiece in the loss; Griffin Southwick scored the winner in the second period as the Crusaders trimmed Newton 3-1; Harry Danila-Schmidt scored the winning goal in the second period Newton downed the Demons 4-2 – Nick Garron with both goals in the loss; and Diego Menes scored with 21 seconds left to give Medford a 3-3 tie with Charlestown, which took the lead on Erin Flaherty’s second goal of the game with 1:28 remaining.
Hyde Park won twice and Reading wore a pair of ties in the East. Jojo O’Neill scored two goals and dished out three assists, Ricky Ace posted two goals and two helpers and Brendan Ryan had a goal and three assists in Hyde Park’s 6-0 victory over Triboro – and Hyde Park downed Wellesley 4-1; Rizzo ended Graham Emerick’s shutout bid with 1:02 left and Doane then came through with two seconds on the clock to give Reading a 2-2 tie with Winchester, Brett Daniels with both goals for Winchester – and Tommy McKenna, who also had two assists, scored his second goal of the game with one second left to give Concord-Carlisle a 5-5 tie with Reading, Kane (two assists) with a go-ahead goal for Reading with :42 on the clock, while Villiot posted 2-2-4 and Cox had two assists for Reading;
Brady Anderson delivered a goal and an assist as Wellesley topped Needham 5-1; Needham defeated Belmont 6-1; Jack Goonan scored with 24 seconds left to give Parkway a 3-3 tie with Natick, which got 2-1-3 from Riley Schneller and two assists from Lucas Hernandez; Connor Fleming-Benison capped a hat trick with 2:26 left to give Allston/Brighton a 3-2 decision over Brookline; Maddie Dupuis scored with 42 seconds remaining to give Masco a 2-1 decision over Andover; Kaiden Anastas posted 1-1-2 as Peabody trimmed Woburn 3-1; Brody Lawhorne scored twice and John Recinito had 1-1-2 as Melrose topped Winchester 3-1; and Preston Ardolino scored twice as Somerville topped Woburn 5-2.
Tewksbury won twice in the West. Sarah Marano scored the winner with 46 seconds left, Owen Sovie scored twice and Paul Ryan had a goal and an assist in a 4-3 decision over Andover, Vinnie Durso with 1-1-2 in the loss – and Sammy Ryan scored twice and Nick Gannon had 1-1-2 in a 5-2 win over Marblehead, which got 1-1-2 from No. 22;
Chad Vigeant scored four goals and set up another and Ned Akashian posted a goal and two assists in Greater Lowell’s 5-2 victory over the Railers; Cam Mitchell scored the winner with 5:29 left and Tyler McMahon scored twice as Micro Ice edged Lexington/Bedford 3-2 – Noah Machado with 1-1-2 and Brady Kingsbury two assists in the loss; Ryan McCarthy dished out three assists as Wakefield downed the Warriors 5-2 – Norton with both goals in the loss; Calan Cole scored twice as Triton trimmed Acton-Boxboro 3-1; Carson Quinn, who also had an assist, scored what turned out to be the winner with 6:32 left as Reading edged Beverly 5-4 – Liam Kelsch with a hat trick and Marty Martiskauskas 1-2-3 in the loss; Doucette pitched a shutout and Dempsey ended Pat Turner’s shutout bid with 19 seconds left to give the Americans a 1-0 decision over Acton-Boxboro; Martiskauskas’ second goal of the game, with 9:22 left, proved to be the winner as Beverly nipped Andover 5-3 – Kelsch with 2-1-3 in the win and Justin Falzone two goals in the loss; Evan Aliferis wore the hat, Andrew Labagnara posted 2-1-3 and John Furdon 1-2-3 as SMS stopped the Revs 8-1; Shane Higgins scored early in the second period as the Saints nipped the Wizards 1-0; and Miguel Caceda scored with 6:49 left, Shane Miller followed 27 seconds later and Ryder Barenholtz completed the rally 46 seconds after that as Waltham stormed past SMS 5-4 – Dylan Loftus with two goals in the win.
Framingham and Medford both won twice in the Central. John Hedderman pitched a pair of shutouts for Framingham, as Mattias Colantropo scored twice, Drew Deletti had a goal and an assist and Ryan Warren two assists in a 6-0 victory over Wellesley – and Colantropo scored early in a 4-0 win over Needham; Colin O’Keefe scored four goals, Mark Killilea also wore a hat, adding an assist, and Tadhg MacEachern scored twice in Medford’s 9-6 victory over Danvers, which got a hat trick from William Carter – and O’Keefe scored his second goal of the game and then set up MacEachern’s second 53 seconds later early in the third period of a 4-3 decision over Agawam;
Matt Tilton pitched a shutout and Gus Wallask scored with 4:07 left as Waltham edged Assabet 1-0; Cole Rego scored twice in NH East’s 3-0 win over Amesbury; James Caruso wore the hat and had an assist and Ryan Bowdridge scored twice as Everett/Revere got by Haverhill/Pentucket 7-5 – Peter Grillo with 2-1-3 and Gavin O’Brien 1-1-2 in the loss; Moriarty scored with 4:58 left, Doherty followed 1:04 later and Largenton’s second goal of the game capped the rally 53 seconds after that as Wilmington stormed past Agawam 4-3 – Trey O’Keefe with two goals in the loss; and Dedham topped Needham 7-0.
Waltham had a win and a tie and Nashoba wore a pair of ties (one against Waltham) in the North. Robert Mendez capped a hat trick and Jason Juarez scored 1:22 later early in the third period to give Waltham a 4-3 decision over Andover; James Roberts, who also had an assist, scored his second goal of the game with 46 seconds left to give Nashoba a 3-3 tie with Waltham – and Ryan Donahue scored with 7:24 left to give the Railers a 2-2 tie with Nashoba which got 1-1-2 from Derek Yoon;
Mikey French scored two goals and set up two others, Harrison Barmak scored one goal and handed out three assists, Joey Monahan clicked for 2-1-3 and Seth Rabiner had 1-1-2 as Belmont topped Newburyport 8-4 – Gabby Smith and Caroline Jones with 1-1-2 apiece and Charlie Tremontona two assists in the loss; Joey Mongiello scored four goals and set up another and Colin Lee also wore a hat, adding two assists, in Medford’s 8-4 victory over Winthrop – Jacob Buchman with two goals and Desmond Cassidy and Samantha Toomey 1-1-2 apiece in the loss; Burke Watts scored twice in the first period as Brookline trimmed Andover 4-2 – Samin Faiz with assists on both goals in the loss; Alez Dolezal scored the tying goal and Luke Marino scored twice as Beverly tied Melrose 4-4 – Keira Twomey with 2-1-3 for Melrose; Noah Minsk and Tom Bonner both posted 1-1-2 in Stoneham’s 4-2 win over Arlington; and Kellen Looney wore the hat and Grady Allen pitched a shutout as the Railers defeated the Edge 5-0.
In the South, Luis Fernandez scored his second and third goals of the game 34 seconds apart in the third period and Joe Falzone had two assists as Billerica trimmed Lexington/Bedford 5-3 – Ricky Broglino with two goals in the loss; Kempenen came within 3:02 of a shutout as Charlestown nipped Cape Ann 2-1; Jack Cahill scored the winner with 6:02 left as Winchester edged South Boston 2-1; Graham Conway scored late in the second period as Reading got by Belmont 1-0; and Quinn Bonner scored the tying goal with 6:24 left and No. 18 had 1-1-2 as Wakefield tied Dorchester 3-3.
Andover A2 wore a pair of ties in the East. Katelyn Kavka scored with 4:14 left to give the Andover Girls a 2-2 tie with S&S – and Isabel Previte’s second goal of the game, with 1:27 eft, gave Andover a 4-4 tie with Cape Ann, Lukas Albano capping a hat trick and putting Cape Ann ahead with 2:30 remaining;
Luke Sarao scored two goals and set up another as Chelmsford downed North Andover 4-2; Gus Stillman scored with 4:48 left and Robby Hargrove then came through with 18 seconds on the clock to give Waltham a 2-2 tie with Parkway; Stefanilo’s second goal of the game, to go with an assist, scored the winner with 4:31 left and Leider posted 1-1-2 as Twin City edged Peabody 3-2; Nick Scarano had 2-1-3 and Nathaniel Antebi pitched a shutout in Newton’s 5-0 win over Woburn; Clara Ryan scored what turned out to be the winner with 8:27 left as Brookline edged Framingham 2-1; Dicarlo’s second-period goal proved to be the winner as Somerville trimmed Natick 3-1; Matt Tanaki posted 2-1-3 and Ben Gyorda (1-1-2) and Tommy Knapp scored 26 seconds apart in North Andover’s 5-1 victory over S&S; Lynn’s Jacoby Comeau and Riley of Lynnfield/Saugus swapped first-period goals in a 1-1 tie; and Marcus DeJesus’ second goal of the game started a late rally with four minutes left, Joaquin Welch followed 54 seconds later, Sreekar Inturi scored with 1:19 left and Rob Linehan had two assists as Andover A1 nipped Chelmsford 4-2 – Alex Kurth with both goals in the loss.
Greater Lowell won twice in the West. Brian LaForte scored two goals and set up another, Angela Cardillo also scored twice and Logan Uy had two assists in a 7-0 victory over Tewksbury – and Jack Hugo scored one goal and dished out three assists, Aaron Sosa scored twice and Dylan McGhee had 1-1-2 in an 8-6 win over Melrose, James Tillis with a hat trick and two assists and Ayush Doshi a goal and two assists in the loss;
Dorchester’s Meredith Gracias and Acton-Boxboro’s Jordan Luo swapped goals in a 1-1 tie; Brady DeVita and Ryan Scarfidi both scored twice, DeVita with an assist as Concord-Carlisle downed Danvers 4-2; Camden Hogan wore the hat, Brady Swanton scored twice and Mason DeDominicis had 1-1-2 as Danvers defeated Watertown 7-2; Tsering Komyerov wore the hat and had an assist and Charlie Maws and Henrik Emerton both scored twice as Cambridge defeated Lowell 9-4; and Finn posted 1-2-3 and Keefe scored twice as Medfield edged Acton-Boxboro 6-5 – Derek Gomez with two goals in the loss.
Haverhill/Pentucket won twice in the Central. Belfiore scored two goals and handed out three assists and LeBel wore the hat in a 7-2 victory over Beverly, Siri Carr with two goals in the loss – and LeBel and Ciaburn both scored twice and Belfiore and Antonelli both had 1-1-2 in an 8-4 win over Methuen, Liam Warden with a hat trick and Liam Flynn two assists in the loss;
Justin Ferraro scored two goals and set up another as Reading trimmed the Crusaders 4-2 – Edan McCarty with both goals in the loss; Linus Pearsall’s second goal of the game, with 5:19 left, led to Jeff Lucia scoring with 28 seconds remaining, giving North Reading a 5-5 tie with Wellesley – Sam Zavrotsky with two goals for Wellesley; Liam Foti posted 1-2-3 and Shep Herring 1-1-2 as Marblehead topped Methuen 4-1; Emmett Miranda had 2-1-3, Bobby Charpentier, Lucas and Andrew Palumbo and Robbie Lazo all with 1-1-2 and Taiven Linnus the shutout as the Railers scored a big win over Brookline; Capozzi scored four goals, Chillemi tallied twice and Cavanaugh had 1-1-2 in Wilmington’s 8-5 victory over Wakefield – Marroquin with 2-1-3 in the loss; Brennan Smith scored twice as SMS downed Dedham 8-2 – Ava Landry with both goals in the loss; and Walter Stephens handed out three assists and Garrett Berube and Misha Chirkov both scored twice as Parkway trimmed Belmont 4-2.
--MIKE SHALIN, email@example.com