Spring League - Week Ending 5/5

MITES

Warriors Szymanski won twice. Colin Trainor scored two goals and set up two others, Ty Saggesse and Dylan Coolidge both also scored twice and Nikolas Rodrigues also had two assists in a 10-3 victory over the Ice Men, who got two goals from Sebastien Slater – and Szymanski edged American Wilson 3-2, with No. 9 scoring what turned out to be the winner with 6:28 left;

Slater scored five goals and set up another, No. 55 posted two goals and three assists, No. 21 delivered a hat trick and an assist, Camden Lounsberry scored one goal and handed out three assists, No. 37 had 2-1-3 and No.26 two assists as the Ice Men scored a big win over the Sachems; and Fleming came through with 2-2-4 and No. 3 also scored twice as Americans Wilson downed Americans Ryan 8-0.


SQUIRTS

 

NORTH

American Vater won twice. Dylan Smith scored two goals and set up another, Tighe Salsman had a goal and two assists, Declan McLean and Nick Sica both also scored twice and Devin Corbett also had two assists in a 9-1 victory over Seacoast – and Jack Hodgen’s second goal of the game snapped a 3-3 tie with 32 seconds into the third period and Smith also scored twice in a 5-3 win over Warriors Griffin, Ryan with two goals in the loss;

Logan Haley erupted for six goals and set up two others, Holt Stickney, who also had an assist, scored what turned out to be the winner with 5:45 left and Will Jeffrey posted two assists as Seacoast edged Ice Gnocchi 9-8 – Frankie Firicano and Christian Marsh with hat trick in the loss; and David Vater and Jameson Needham both scored two goals and set up another, Blake Ward also scored twice, Ryan Wilson had two assists and Ryan Knox pitched a shutout as Americans McLean scored a big win over Warriors Madill.

 

SOUTH

Matt Costa wore the hat and added an assist and Brandon Hilton, Capozzi and Johnson all scored twice in Shoe City’s big win over the Meerkats; Gabriel Kioumejian and Cam Burns both clicked for two goals and an assist in Belmont’s 6-3 victory over Winthrop – Tony Bordonaro and Braedon Lounsberry with 1-1-2 apiece in the loss; and Bryson Tucker wore the hat, scoring two late goals, one with 1:48 left and then capping the hat with 32 seconds remaining to give Warriors Laird a 5-5 tie with the Meerkats – Caruso with a hat trick and an assist for the Meerkats.

 

EAST

The Mustangs posted a win and a tie. No. 19 had two goals and an assist and Mark Killilea had a goal and an assist in a 6-4 victory over Methuen, Masson Curran with two goals in the loss – and Conor Lacey, who also had an assist, scored with 8:12 left to give The Tens a 2-2 tie with the Mustangs;

In the other game, Barrett and Mandolfi both scored four goals, Barrett with four assists and Mandolfi one, Tatten had two goals and two helpers, Chaffee posted 1-2-3, Cullity also had an assist and Carideo pitched a shutout as the Rink Rats delivered a big win over the Roadrunners.


 

PEEWEES

 

NORTH

Max Gagnon wore the hat and handed out three assists and Connor Harvey scored twice as the Vikings topped Methuen 7-2; Max Coardon wore the hat and had an assist, Dawson Burke posted two goals and a helper and Drew Whiting and Colin Robinson both had 1-1-2 in Methuen’s 7-2 triumph over Wolfboro; and John Miga dished out three assists and No. 21 scored twice as Top Gun topped the Vikings 6-2 – No. 11 with both goals in the loss.

 

SOUTH

Americans MacCurtain won twice. Martin scored both goals in a 2-1 decision over Warriors Harb – and Nos. 14 and 10 both clicked for 2-1-3 and No. 13 had two assists in a 5-4 decision over Wolfboro, Case Rogers with 2-1-3 in the loss;

Caleb Howarth dished out four assists, Jake Hickey scored twice, Ben Cardillo had 1-1-2 and Brandon Diggs pitched a shutout as Warriors Harb defeated the Rangers 6-0; and Leland Lima pitched a shutout and Seamus Cullen and Tiger Mulligan scored late in the first period as the Predators trimmed Bradford 2-0.

 

EAST

Vinnie Durso scored two goals and set up two others, Yanni Grammas posted a goal and two assists and Henry O’Connell also scored twice as Warriors Krasco topped Top Gun 9-1; and Bradford and Mericantante both had a goal and an assist as Warriors Mericantante downed Shoe City 6-3 – Seamons with 1-1-2 and Leblanc two assists in the loss.

 

WEST

Waltham and the Express both won twice. Oliver Lashoff scored twice and Liam Kelleher dished out two assists in Waltham’s 5-3 victory over Tewksbury – and Ryan Carrafiello,  Adam Capello and Ryan Pryor all clicked for two goals and an assist, Lashoff posted 1-2-3 and Matt McDonald and Max Hebert both had 1-1-2 in a big win over Methuen; Waters scored two goals and set up another, Villiot also scored twice, Roddy had two assists and Alessi pitched a shutout as the Express delivered a big win over Methuen – and the Express trimmed Tewksbury 4-2.

 

CENTRAL

Shirley Whitmore scored two early goals as Chaos downed the Sachems 3-1; Pickering had a goal and two assists and Wohlowicz scored twice as the Filthy Flyers defeated the Knights 5-3 – Pat Nugent and Tyler Gordon with 1-1-2 apiece in the loss; and Quinn Price and Teddy Tsoutsouris both wore hats, Emily Mahoney had a goal and two assists, Evan Petroccione scored twice, Daniella White had 1-1-2 and Owen Swanton also posted two assists as Danvers scored a big win over the Panthers.

 

NORTHEAST

Axel Josefsson had two goals and an assist and the Rams scored the tying goal with 3:07 left in a 5-5 tie with Dorchester – Ryan McGrath with a hat trick and an assist and Chuairy and No. 53 with two assists apiece for Dorchester; and Rizzo had 1-2-3, Guelpa and No. 67 both scored twice and Seeley pitched a shutout as East Coast scored a big win over the Gators.


 

BANTAMS

 

EAST

The NS Shamrocks won both games. Shinnick wore a natural hat and had an assist, Coughlin handed out three assists and Leonard scored twice in a 7-2 victory over the Falcons; and Milne scored with 2:40 left to give the Shamrocks a 3-2 win over Wilmington.

 

WEST

In the only game, Berrigan wore the hat, Whitman had a goal and an assist and Juliano two assists as the Chieftains downed Shoe City 5-1.

 

CENTRAL

Jack Allard and Gabe Lozowski both wore hats, Allard adding an assist, as the Rangers downed the Predators 10-2; Joe Gattus wore a natural hat as the Hornets defeated Wilmington 4-1; and Amoroso wore the hat, Allen and Isnor both scored twice, Hall posted two assists and Medeiros pitched a shutout as the Wolfpack topped the Mad Dogs 7-0.

 

NORTHEAST

The Cobras had a win and a tie. Cam Couto finished off a hat trick with goals with 2:47 left and another 34 seconds later, Jackson Calvani scored with 1:15 remaining and Chris Karvelas then came through with 46 seconds on the clock to give the Cobras a 6-5 decision over the Coyotes, Noah Ciccolo with three assists and Jerry O’Neill 1-1-2 in the win and Jayden Vargas a hat trick and an assist, Cade Cooper 2-1-3 and Brady Leonard two assists in the loss – and Ian Change capped a hat trick with 6:12 left to give the Cobras a 3-3 tie with Twice As Strong, Jonathan Viliot with 2-1-3 for Twice;

 

Nicky Higgins, who also had an assist, scored the winner with 6:35 left, Coleman Mikalauskas had two goals and an assist and Brendon Hobbs two assists as the Chiefs edged the Minutemen 5-4 – Burdick with two goals in the loss; Summers scored twice and Couto had 1-1-2 as the Patriots topped the Minutemen 7-1; and Cooper wore a first-period hat, Vargas clicked for 2-1-3, Mike Ryan also scored twice and Tyler Martins had two assists as the Coyotes defeated the DOT Chiefs 7-1.


 

MIDGETS

 

NORTH

The Lighthouses won twice. David Bazile scored twice in a 3-1 victory over the Chiefs – and Dom Metro scored twice, Logan Campbell had a goal and an assist and Jack Alfonso pitched a shutout in a 5-0 triumph over the Hornets;

In the other game, Driscoll and Lecain scored late goals 1:35 apart to give the Jr. Jumbos a 5-5 tie with the Wild – Visconti with a goal and an assist for the Jumbos and Jamison Goodrich a hat trick and an assist and Alex Andelson two assists for the Wild.

 

SOUTH

The Redmen won twice and the Camels and Mercenaries both won a game and tied each other. Campbell Pierce wore the hat, Mike Arsenault and Daniel Kusmaul both posted 1-1-2 and Vanec had two assists as the Redmen defeated the Highlanders 7-2 – and Will O’Keefe had 2-1-3, Deron Scott 1-2-3 and Seany Lane two assists in an 8-2 win over the Hillies; Braden Reilly scored two goals and handed out three assists, Tommy Madden delivered a goal and four helpers, Brendan Monahan wore a natural hat and Ben Clarke pitched a shutout in The Camels’ 7-0 win over Amesbury; Doucette wore the hat, Wood and Blaeser both posted 1-1-2 and Trussell came within 2:31 of a shutout as the Mercenaries downed the Madmen 9-1 – Corcoran scored with 1:19 left to give the Mercenaries a 2-2 tie with the Camels, who got 1-1-2 from Reilly

 

EAST

Hall scored one goal and handed out two assists, Hederman scored twice and Gutierrez pitched a shutout as the Whalers defeated the Chiefs 6-0; and Joe scored one goal and dished out three assists, Dutton posted 2-1-3, Foley also scored twice, Petros and Shepilev both had two assists and Lowell pitched a shutout as the Warriors downed the Highlanders 7-0.

 

WEST

Kyle Lonigro scored one goal and set up another and Jared McLaughlin and Andrew Kass combined on the shutout as the Lightning defeated South Boston 4-0; Gagne scored the winner in the third period and Locke posted 1-1-2 as the Ice Dogs edged the Rough Riders 3-2 – No. 3 with both goals in the loss; and Kelly wore the hat as the Chiefs topped Winchester 4-1.

 

CENTRAL

Austin Allen wore the hat, Chris Viscione had two goals and an assist and Kass pitched a shutout in the Warthogs’ big win over the Mad Dogs; No. 14 posted 2-1-3 and McDonald also scored twice as the Timbers downed the Hornets 5-1; and Connor O’Leary and Ben Deraps both scored twice, Tristan Dimeco had two helpers and Liam Crowley pitched a shutout as the Shamrocks topped the Predators 5-0.

 

NORTHEAST

Andrew Phillips wore the hat and Paul Magalhaes delivered a goal and two assists as the Blue Wings topped the Comets 4-1; and Maxwell Brown and Jonathan Rogers scored 53 seconds apart early in the third period to give Twice as Strong a 2-2 tie with Everett/Revere.

 

-– MIKE SHALIN, mshalin@valley-associates.com

 

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