Squirt – Week Ending Mar. 3
SQUIRTS – WEEK ENDING March 3
Winchester, Marblehead and Wellesley all won twice in the North. Winn scored twice in the first period and Ragosa scored what turned out to be the winner in the second period as Winchester trimmed Beverly 4-2 — and Vaccari had two goals and an assist, Muse and Winn both posted a goal and two helpers and Burns and Muniapan both added two assists in a 6-1 victory over the same team; Mac Crawford scored the winner with 6:37 left and Ryan Doherty had a goal and an assist as Marblehead edged Wakefield 3-2, Chase Collins with assists on both goals in the loss – and Toby Grenier wore the hat and Colton Downey, EJ Wynn and Ryan Finkle all posted 1-1-2 in a 9-2 triumph over Beverly; Peyton Comella wore the hat in Wellesley’s 5-3 victory over the Railers;
Jane Daley had 2-1-3 and Mackenzie Clarke 1-1-2 as the Wizards topped Winchester 6-3, Wright with 1-1-2 in the loss – and Eben Alden capped a three-goal outburst over 4:02 in the first period and Wellesley edged Waltham 3-2; and Chase Collins scored four goals, Cam Sartori also wore a hat, adding an assist, Joe Sasso scored one goal and handed out three assists and Jack Tucker had 1-1-2 in Wakefield’s 9-3 win over Beverly – Mikey O’Leary with 1-1-2 in the loss.
Concord had a win and a tie, the tie one of two wore by Rochester in the South. Hatfield scored with 1:40 left and Mayo had a goal and an assist in Concord’s 3-2 decision over Newburyport; Logan Batchelder scored the tying goal of 9:09 left as Rochester tied Concord 1-1, Mayo with a go-ahead goal for Concord 24 seconds into the third period – and Evan Couture ended Connor Lentz’s shutout bid with 3:19 left to give NH East a 1-1 tie with Rochester, Rowen Hughes with an early goal for Rochester;
Teddy Enos had a goal and an assist, Brooke Moreno posted two assists and Dylan Brown and Tom Walsh shared the shutout in Dedham’s 5-0 victory over the Demons; Parker Davekos pitched a shutout and No. 41 ended the Declan Farrell/Ryan Hoagland shutout bid with 2:58 left as Danvers edged Chelmsford 1-0; Jackson Gonzalez wore the hat and added an assist, Charlie Gagin scored one goal and handed out three assists, Ronan Siglin had a goal and two assists and Cullen Forde posted 1-1-2 as the Demons topped the Revs 7-1; Brendan Hamann scored twice and Sawyer Kitteredge and Brayden Trinque both had two assists as Triboro got by North Central 3-1; Cam Patey wore the hat as Needham stopped Stoneham 8-1; and Hunter McCarthy and Wes Ackerman both posted 1-1-2 late to give Haverhill/Pentucket a 4-4 tie with North Central – No. 27 also with 1-1-2 for H/P and James Williams 2-1-3, Caleb Hurley 1-1-2 and Justin Hawke two assists for NC.
Brookline won twice in the North. Owen Lacey started a rally with 7:07 left, Eitan Khait’s second goal of the game followed with 2:39 left and Tony Argiros followed 14 seconds later as Brookline charged past Winthrop 7-5, Cash Lindsley with two goals in the win and Tony Bordonaro four goals in the loss – and Tony Argiros capped a hat trick with two late goals, the second with 36 seconds left as Brookline edged Cambridge 3-2;
Jack Mercantonio wore the hat, Joe MacArthur dished out three assists and Aiden O’Donnell scored twice as Wellesley downed Dorchester 6-3 — Jonathan Neff with a goal and an assist in the loss; Dan Cheslofska scored the tying goal with 2:54 left and Gavin Roycroft posted 1-1-2 as North Andover tied Greater Lowell 2-2 – Chad Vigeant with both goals for Lowell; Max Baker’s second goal of the game, to go with an assist, came with 26 seconds left and gave SMS a 6-6 tie with the Railers, who got two goals from Jason Fuller and 1-1-2 from Jack Carter; and Liam Guilderson scored four goals, No. 10 handed out three assists, Nolan Ehler posted 1-1-2 and Mike Keyes two assists in Belmont’s 8-2 victory over Cambridge – No. 14 with both goals in the loss.
S&S won twice in the South. Sal Brogna and Stephen Nason both scored twice in a 4-2 victory over Amesbury – and Cam Gold scored with 51 seconds left to give S&S a 4-3 decision over Cape Ann, Nason with a hat trick in the win and Connor Mahoney two goals in the loss;
Chase Bugbee scored twice and William Everett assisted on both in the second period as Newton edged Medford 3-2; Luke Salah scored twice and Olivia Doucette pitched a shutout as Cape Ann topped Lynn 5-0; and Collin Dyer pitched a shutout and Jack Kusler scored in the second period as Amesbury edged Lynnfield/Saugus 1-0.
Winchester won twice in the East. Alistair Dattoli scored the winner in a 3-1 victory over Woburn – and Patrick Winn wore the hat, Leo Gannon had a goal and two assists and Brett Daniels also posted two assists in a 6-2 win over Peabody;
Brody Lawhorne, who finished with two goals and two assists, scored with 41 seconds left to give Melrose a 5-4 decision over Concord-Carlisle – Robert Pino with two goals in the win and Declan Daley two goals nine seconds apart (1:13, 1:04)to tie the game for C-C, which also got 2-1-3 from Canyan Cochran; Brady Anderson and Greg Derenzo both wore hats, Cam Baldwin posted 1-1-2 and Marin Gustafson two assists in Wellesley’s big win over Triboro; Shane Doe snapped a 1-1 tie with 20 seconds left in the second period as Somerville trimmed Peabody 3-1; and Griffin Martell and Riley Schneller both scored twice in Natick’s 6-2 victory over Brookline.
The Saints won twice in the West. Shane Higgins had a goal and an assist in the second period of a 2-1 victory over the Revs – and Nick Cerberano had two goals and two assists, Mackenna Buffery also scored twice and Higgins had 1-1-2 in a 6-1 triumph over SMS;
Merritt Spitzer scored the tying goal with 8:12 left as the Revs toed Micro Ice 3-3 – Sean O’Connor with two goals and an assist and Logan Arrendondo two assists for Micro Ice; John Scarpello scored twice and Ulysses Cullen posted 1-1-2 in Wakefield’s 6-4 victory over Triton; Griffin Wood capped a three-goal second-period rally over 5:04 and Dylan Loftus had two assists in a 4-3 decision over Acton-Boxboro – O’Malley with two goals and McKenna two assists in the loss; Zach Jones scored the tying goal with 1:38 left and Liam Kelsch wore the hat as Beverly tied Marblehead 5-5 – Max Carter and Gabe Murray with two goals apiece and Will Sullivan two assists for Marblehead; James Gildea handed out three assists, Tom Walsh and Vinnie Durso both scored twice and Dalton Murphy posted 1-1-2 as Andover downed Marblehead 6-2; and Pat Snail scored all five goals and Roy Coulson and Brady Kingsbury both had a pair of assists in Lexington/Bedford’s 5-1 win over Acton-Boxboro.
Medford won twice in the Central. Colin O’Keefe wore a natural hat over 4:08, the first coming nine seconds into the game, and had two assists, Tadgh MacEachern scored twice and Medford scored five goals in the first period and downed Haverhill/Pentucket 6-4 – and O’Keefe wore the hat and dished out three assists, MacEachern also wore a hat, adding an assist, and Dave Parziale posted two assists in a 9-4 triumph over NH East, Letendre with three assists, Peterson two goals and Rego 1-1-2 in the loss;
Matt Tilton pitched a shutout and Gus Wallask scored two goals in 21 seconds in the second period as Waltham topped Twin City 2-0; Vivian Randolph’s second goal of the game was the winner, Sophia Capidilupo and Emerson Acquaviva both posted 1-1-2 as Assabet edged Wellesley 4-3; James Caruso scored two goals and handed out three assists, Isabella Krokos wore the hat, No. 45 had 1-1-2 and Ray Blauvelt and Nico Lescano shared the shutout as Everett/Revere topped NH East 7-0; Therese Kosinski scored with 7:28 left to give Burlington a 2-2 tie with Danvers; Kieran Duddy scored the winner with 40 seconds left in the second period as Wellesley edged Dedham 2-1; and Mattias Colantropo scored four goals, Ryan Warren had three assists and Jonathan Coutinho scored twice in Framingham’s 9-2 victory over Newton.
In the North, James Roberts scored his third goal of the game with 7:02 left and then tallied No. 4 with 54 seconds remaining to give Nashoba a 4-4 tie with the Crusaders – Hillenberg with three assists, Bindoo two goals and Sweeney 1-1-2 in the loss; Rex Li scored five goals and set up another and Ian Zhou scored four goals and added two assists in Natick’s 9-4 win over Andover – Danill Orbits with a hat trick in the loss; Nathan Calderwood scored two goals early in the third period as Andover edged the Railers 3-2; Doug Connor scored all four goals as Melrose trimmed Stoneham 4-2 – Jack Thompson with both goals in the loss; Luke Marino wore the hat and Alex Dolezal scored twice in Beverly’s 7-1 victory over Arlington; and Jayden Hardy and Zach Halas both posted a goal and two assists and Gavin Darrigo had 1-1-2 as the Edge topped Nashoba 6-1.
In the South, Max Varney had a goal and an assist and Andrew Wright scored what turned out to be the winner 31 seconds into the third period of Reading’s 5-2 victory over Dorchester; Sam Oblak’s second goal of the game, with 6:20 left, turned out to be the winner as Winchester edged Dorchester 4-3 – Anthony Lohan with two goals in the loss; and Malykai Pelczar wore the hat as Wakefield downed Cape Ann 4-2 – Nick Bilenchi with both goals in the loss.
Twin City and Andover both won a game and tied each other and Brookline wore two ties in the East. Chris Stefanilo wore the hat and had two assists, Ben Anderson had two goals and an assist and Keith Townsend two assists in Twin City’s 7-2 victory over Masco, Charlie Roberto with both goals in the loss; Caitlin Quinn wore the hat, Lindsay Kenney had a goal and two assists and McKenna Mohr posted 1-1-2 In Andover’s 5-1 victory over Peabody – and Stefanilo’s second goal of the game, to go with an assist, came with 6:47 left as gave Twin City a 3-3 tie with Andover, Marcus DeJesus with 1-1-2 for Andover; Nathan Ma scored the tying goal with 9:06 left as Brookline tied Somerville 2-2, Andolelli with 1-1-2 for Somerville — and Jongwood Baek scored with 1:21 left to give Brookline a 2-2 tie with Woburn, Bodhi Fonseca with both goals for Woburn;
Cole Rego scored twice in NH East’s 4-1 victory over Chelmsford; Tessa Ruscani wore the hat and had an assist and Lexie Masters posted a goal and two assists as the Wizards defeated Woburn 6-1; Alex Jacques scored four goals and Cam Labrie had 1-1-2 as Natick topped Framingham 7-4 – Godino with two goals in the loss; Oden MacLeod, who also had an assist, scored the winner 13 seconds into the second period as Newton edged the Wizards 2-1; Matt Tanaki wore the hat in North Andover’s 4-1 win over Cape Ann; and Ellison Talbot, Mike Kelcourse and Gavin Kamps all scored twice and Ian Brown had 1-1-2 in Amesbury’s 6-3 victory over Peabody – Whitehouse with 1-1-2 in the loss.
Melrose won twice and Greater Lowell wore a pair of ties in the West. James Tillis’s fifth goal of the game, with 9:23 left, was the winner as Melrose edged Cambridge 6-5, Tsering Komyerob with a hat trick and an assist in the loss – and Ayush Doshi scored with 2:42 left to give Melrose a 2-1 decision over Watertown;
Brian LaForte was in goal for Lowell and Taiven Linnus for the Railers in a 0-0 tie – and Burke scored with 8:54 left to give Lowell a 1-1 tie with Dorchester, which had gone ahead on Norah Mannion’s goal 1:44 before Burke answered; Hunter Gervais scored four goals and set up another, Andrew Borasso had a goal and two assists and Jeff Johnson scored twice as Tewksbury topped Watertown 9-4 – Andrew Reilly with two goals and Kaylee Master 1-1-2 in the loss; William Foscaldo and Nolan Phinney scored 10 seconds apart in the third period to send Medfield past Acton-Boxboro 4-3 – Jack Doddrell with two goals in the loss; and Joey Pinto scored his second goal of the game with 1:28 left and then assisted on Camden Horgan’s second of the contest 20 seconds later to give Danvers a 4-3 decision over Concord-Carlisle.
Wilmington won twice in the Central. MacGilvray scored twice and Harrison had a goal and an assist in an 8-2 victory over Andover – and Capozzi scored five goals and added an assist, Harrison handed out three helpers and Arsenault scored twice in a 7-1 triumph over Haverhill/Pentucket; Brandon Ma wore the hat and had two assists and William Weiss scored twice as SMS topped Brookline 7-2 – John Herman with both goals in the loss; William Antonelli wore the hat, MacNeill had 1-1-2 and Connor Duffy had two assists as Haverhill/Pentucket trimmed Reading 7-4 – Lance Barretto with two goals in the loss; Grant Warden scored what turned out to be the winner with 18 seconds left in the second period and Methuen built a 4-0 lead before surviving a Marroquin hat trick and edging Wakefield 4-3; Siri Carr scored four goals, Maren Ready had a goal and two assists and Noah Andrews also posted two assists as Beverly topped Reading 7-2; and No. 40 posted 1-1-2 and Geoff Nelley two assists as the Crusaders downed Andover 3-0.