Winchester and Newburyport both won twice. Garmey and Cogan shared the shutout and Hannon scored with 6:50 left to give Winchester a 1-0 decision over Waltham -- and Danny Collins’ second goal of the game, with 10:39 left, was the winner in a 3-1 victory over Parkway; Max Puleo and Tristan Joyce scored 42 seconds apart in the third period as Newburyport trimmed Wakefield 3-1 – and Colby Arel had a goal and an assist in the first period of a 4-2 win over Peabody;
Natick’s Jack Hubbard and Parkway’s James Reardon swapped goals in a 1-1 tie; Casey Kelly delivered a goal and two assists and Ryan Shield and Eamonn Foley both posted 1-1-2 in Dorchester’s 5-0 win over Wellesley; Carter Laramie scored twice in the second period, including the goal that turned out to be the winner with 1:39 left in the period, Hogan Sedky also scored twice and Cam Waldman had two assists as Marblehead trimmed Andover 4-2; and Matt Walsh wore the hat and had an assist, Tom Kessinger and Luca Picano both posted a goal and two assists, Mike Peledge also had two assists and Marco Picano pitched a shutout in Reading’s 7-0 victory over Peabody.
The Railers, Woburn and NH East all won twice in the North. Ryan Greenwood pitched a pair of shutouts for the Railers as Luke Halvorsen and Zach Boucher both clicked for a goal and an assist in a 5-0 victory over Watertown 5-0 – and Chris Holmes scored twice and Halvorsen had two assists in a 4-0 triumph over SMS; Logan Roderick pitched a pair of shutouts for Woburn as Matt Mahoney scored two goals and set up another and Chris Maher also scored twice in a 5-0 win over SMS – and Aidan Stambulskiy wore the hat and had two assists, Jack Parece scored two goals and handed out three assists, Maher and Mahoney both wore hats and had an assist in a big win over Newton; Finn Bussiere dished out four assists, Nick Lazzaro had two goals and an assist, Mike McEwen three assists and Tellefsen two in NH East’s 8-0 victory over Danvers – and Joe Duggan and Tellefsen scored 26 seconds apart in the first period of a 2-1 decision over Everett/Revere;
Mauricio Souza’s second goal of the game, with 10:22 left, turned out to be the winner and No. 12 also tallied twice in Watertown’s 6-4 win over Framingham – Ryder Shea with 1-1-2 in the loss; Lebert handed out three assists and King, Pechinsky and Naylor all posted 1-1-2 as Lexington/Bedford downed SMS 5-2; Caleb Jaffe and Jamie Weyerhaeuser scored 45 seconds apart in the second period and Felix Sims had 1-1-2 as Cambridge topped Framingham 6-2 – Shea with 1-1-2 in the loss; Annunziata scored twice as Everett/Revere defeated Masco 4-0; and Jack Andy scored one goal and dished out four assists, Robert Rich scored four goals and Chris Leone had 1-1-2 in Winthrop’s 9-1 win over Danvers.
In the South, Sean Leetch scored the tying goal with 4:36 left, Steve Fabiano scored twice and Quinn Rockhill had two assists as Charlestown tied Brookline 6-6 – Ari Menzin with four goals and an assist for Brookline; Walker clicked for 2-1-3, No. 67 also scored twice and Berkio had 1-1-2 in Twin City’s 9-1 victory over Andover; Jake Amoroso and Jameson Harrington scored third-period goals to give Billerica a 3-1 decision over North Andover; and Charles Jepsen clicked for 1-2-3, Joe Niska and No. 19 both had 1-1-2 and Ayden Marecka and Parker Pierre pitched a shutout in Triton’s 6-0 victory over Greater Lowell.
Maine won twice and Melrose had a win and a tie in the East. Josh Liquidera wore the hat and Patrick Lee scored twice in Maine’s 5-1 victory over NH East – and Lee scored twice and Sumner Wood came within 1:39 of a shutout in a 5-1 triumph over Stoneham; Cal Zimmerman scored four goals, Andrew Maher posted 1-1-2, Jack Kiernan two assists and JoJo Smith the shutout as Melrose topped Winchester 6-0 – and Alex Tremblay and Mike Kelly scored third-period goal to give Melose a 2-2 tie with Stoneham;
John Nocella pitched a shutout and Aidan White and Jayden Fedoce scored in the first period as Medford downed Dorchester 3-0; Saul Ginns capped a hat trick with five seconds left to give Arlington a 6-5 decision over Belmont – Matthew Jacobo with 1-1-2 in the win and Ryan Halloran a hat trick and Isaac Gutterman two assists in the loss; Drinkwater wore the hat and assisted on Jalbert’s second goal of the game 1:38 apart in the third period to give Danvers a 5-4 victory over Agawam – DeFrancesco with two assists in the win and No. 5 1-2-3 in the loss; and Kal Wilson pitched a shutout, Dom Micelli scored twice and James Glowacz had 1-1-2 as Lynnfield/Saugus trimmed Winchester 3-0.
Reading won twice in the West. Matt Busick pitched a shutout and Ryan Marino had a goal and an assist in a 3-0 victory over Chelmsford – and Christian Fantasia clicked for 1-2-3 and Colby Robinson 1-1-2 in a 3-2 decision over Methuen;
Jack Michaud and Jake Dodge both posted a goal and an assist as Hollis downed the Edge 7-2; Hall scored twice in Somerville’s 4-1 victory over Framingham; James Givens wore the hat, Wyatt Iantosca clicked for 2-1-3, Liam Fitzsimmons had 1-2-3, Nick Mazzocca and Joe Scardino both had 1-1-2, Ryan McSweeney two assists and Wesley DiModica the shutout as the Demons scored a big win over Brookline; Matt Aho delivered 2-1-3, Colin Hines also scored twice and Cathal Wells pitched a shutout in the Railers’ big win over Needham; Dougie Pratt clicked for 2-1-3, Timmy Sullivan had 1-1-2 and Dylan Hunter pitched a shutout as Beverly topped Cape Ann 4-0; and Bishop clicked for 2-1-3 and Ackerman also scored twice in Haverhill’s 6-1 victory over North Reading.
Concord-Carlisle won twice in the North. Robert Brady wore the hat, Ben Megan had two assists and CJ Bailey pitched a shutout in a big win over Nashoba – and Derek Labadini scored his second goal of the game with 9:49 left and Aidan Walsh then came through with 2:29 remaining to give C-C a 3-2 decision over the Railers;
AJ Picano had two goals and an assist and Declan Ryan scored two late goals as Beverly trimmed Burlington 4-2; the Railers and Triboro tied 0-0; Green pitched a shutout and Carlton Berry and Ben McCarthy scored in the second period as Billerica trimmed Nashoba 2-0; Jack Slade scored one goal and handed out three assists, Ethan King wore the hat and Ethan Dangel and Jake Tucker both posted 2-1-3 in Acton-Boxboro’s 9-5 win over Amesbury – Ben Richard with a hat trick and Alex Lebedev and Jacob Boothroyd 1-1-2 apiece in the loss; Dylan Stocking scored four goals and added an assist, Drew St. Peter had 2-1-3 and Jacob Lively also scored twice in North Central’s 8-3 victory over Amesbury – Richard with 1-2-3n and Sam Gumariss 1-1-2 in the loss; Langevain and Pasquale both posted 1-1-2 and Benson pitched a shutout as S&S topped Cape Ann 5-0; Griffin Winter pitched a shutout and Wyatt Foley scored early in the second period as Marblehead defeated Everett/Revere 3-0; and Aidan Brennan and Alex Dubow shared the shutout, Zach Laverdure posted 1-1-2 and Oisin Cullen two assists in Wakefield’s 3-0 win over Marblehead.
In the South, Shea Coughlin scored twice, matt Owens and Evan Paluzzi both had a goal and an assist and DJ Maguire had two assists as the Express topped Waltham 6-1; Alex Teryazos delivered two goals and two assists and Teddy Griswold wore the hat in Wellesley’s 7-1 victory over Parkway; Olin Pedersen clicked for 2-2-4, Cole Allen wore the hat, Lucas LoForest had 2-1-3, Emmit Sullivan 1-2-3, Tom Hassett 1-1-2 and Porter Krause and Jasper Crane shared the shutout as the Breakers scored a big win over Andover; Brendan Rosenthal had 2-1-3 and Elijah Gonzalez and Dylan Marino both posted 1-1-2 in Haverhill’s 5-1 victory over Maine; and Quinn Donovan scored two goals and handed out three assists, Pat Lehan scored four goals, No. 97 had 1-2-3 and Cody Vincent two goals in Newburyport’s 11-3 victory over Maine.
Reading won twice in the East. Bradley Esposito wore the hat in a 6-2 victory over North Andover – and Nick Genese scored five goals, Brendan Boucher clicked for 1-2-3 and Mark Tango had 1-1-2 in a 7-2 triumph over Haverhill/Pentucket;
Sam Gornstein and Matt Graeter both had a goal and an assist, Aidan LaCamera and Nathaniel Voss shared the shutout and Lexington/Bedford scored four goals in 5:43 late in the first period; Romao and DeBenedictis both posted 1-1-2 and Cunniff pitched a shutout in Stoneham’s 6-0 victory over Arlington; Mike Chesly scored with 3:35 left and Max Durkin then came through with his second goal of the game with 1:21 remaining as NH East trimmed Twin City 4-2 – Ryan Patton with both goals and Max Kutis assists on both in the loss; Mike Tringale scored with 39 seconds left to give North Andover a 3-2 decision over NH East – Ben Tanaki with two assists in the win; Colin Banfield wore the hat and Glen Calla scored twice as Waltham overcame five goals by Darby Ciarvardone and downed Woburn 8-5; and Olummer posted 1-1-2, Katis had two assists and Connor Wheeler pitched a shutout as Twin City topped Haverhill 5-0.
Melrose and the Railers both won twice in the West. Drew Hebert scored the winner with 4:09 left, Zaden Pierre scored twice, Will Ryan had two assists and Melrose scored all four of its goals in the third period as trimmed Wellesley – and Kyle Hayed wore the hat and had two assists, Alex Sevastyano had 2-1-3, Will Ryan 1-2-3 and Ethan Burns 1-1-2 in a 9-2 victory over Parkway; Cam Goodwin scored what turned out to be the winner in the second period as the Railers downed the Leafs 4-1 – and Zach Menard pitched a shutout and Chris Vertalino had 1-1-2 in a 2-0 victory over Acton-Boxboro;
Nick Holman scored with 2:12 left to give Framingham a 2-1 decision over Triboro; Mike Zhang scored twice and Kasey Keenan had two assists as Acton-Boxboro defeated the Revs 4-1; No. 35 scored four goals and added an assists, Murphy Peckham also wore the hat, adding two assists, Lucas Kennally also wore a hat, Tim Kastinov scored twice and Nate Nardelli had 1-1-2 as Allston/Brighton scored a big win over Cambridge; Jerry O’Neil and Keith Splaine both posted 2-1-3 in Dorchester’s 8-5 victory over Somerville – M. Tuil with 2-1-3 and Luca Valens Alvarez and Maya Moore with 1-1-2 apiece in the loss; and Blessing scored one goal and handed out three assists and McInerney scored twice as Wellesley trimmed Somerville 5-3 – Matias Moore with a hat trick in the loss.
-- MIKE SHALIN, email@example.com