Boys Ice Hockey

Langley laser

Casey Langley fired home a pair of goals as Haverhill finished its season strong with a 5-1 victory over Whittier-Amesbury. Shane Corbett and Zach Roughan combined to make 27 saves for the Hillies.

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Boys Ice Hockey, 02/23/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Wicked Williamson

With the starter not feeling well, freshman Ben Williamson got the call in net for North Andover. He was more than up to the task, stopping 28 of 29 shots to lead North Andover to a 5-1 win over Haverhill. 

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Boys Ice Hockey, 02/22/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Lester lights it up

Eric Lester scored twice as No. 1 Central Catholic boys hockey took down No. 5 Pope Francis, 3-1. It was the second time this season the Raiders took down the Catholic West power.

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Boys Ice Hockey, 02/21/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Natural for Dillman

Caeden Dillman had the natural hat trick in the first period and Andover continued to play some of the best hockey in the state with a 3-1 win over St. John's of Shrewsbury, which fell to 12-6-3. Dillman scored just 23 seconds in and had two in four minutes.

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Boys Ice Hockey, 02/20/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Haverhill can't hold on. losing in shootout

NEWBURYPORT — It’s not often that the Masconomet co-op team’s Clipper contingent gets to play at its own Graf Rink.

So it was quite the happy homecoming for the Newburyport High students who skate for the Chieftains Tuesday when they advanced to the Newburyport Bank Classic final by edging Methuen-Tewksbury in a shootout.

The game officially goes down as a 2-2 tie with Masco (13-4-2) extending its unbeaten streak to six and the Red Rangers’ own streak moving to 14 as they go to 17-1-2 overall.

A shootout was then staged to determine which team would face Winchester in Thursday’s championship game. Masco’s Charisse Flanagan scoring the only goal and Molly Elmore kept all four tries out of her net.

“It feels like coming home because I played here all through youth hockey. Being in the Newburyport Bank tourney is always really fun,” said Elmore, a Newburyport High sophomore who made 18 saves. “We were really excited for his game because they’d beaten us earlier this year (2-0 on Dec. 27).”

Elmore and Methuen/Tewksbury’s Kaia Hollingsworth, also a sophomore, traded saves throughout the final minutes. Both squads created chances both off the rush and through rebounds but neither could light the lamp.

“It turned into a goalie battle. Kaia was incredible and I’ll take any point I can get at this stage of the season,” said Masco coach Ryan Sugar. 
Elmore’s best stop was a back door denial of sniper Kelly Golini, who scored earlier in the game and has more than 150 career goals. At the other end, Hollingsworth stayed square on a 2-on-1 break to stop Abby Gendron and later made a flashy glove save to rob Flanagan on a similar rush.

“I saw the other goalie coming up really big and I wanted to do the same thing,” Elmore said. 

Masco had the lead twice in each of the first two periods only to see the Rangers strike back. Freshman Erin Irons opened the scoring by slipping a backhand inside the post late in the first. That lead lasted only 78 seconds before Golini sniped her team’s first goal top corner.

Senior Sami Kelleher, another Newburyport student, scored early in the second.
Lydia Pendleton evened the score 2-2 when Golini’s rebound found her at the far side of the crease with 1:59 left in the second.

Methuen/Tewksbury will face St. Peter Marian in Thursday’s consolation at Graf (5 p.m.) while Masco faces defending champ Winchester in a rematch of last year’s final (7 p.m.).
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Boys Ice Hockey, 02/20/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Methuen 4, Acton-Boxborough 3


Jason Haddad scored his first career goal and Connor O'Malley scored twice as Methuen slipped past Acton-Boxboro 4-3 to improve to 10-6-3.

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Boys Ice Hockey, 02/19/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Andover stays hot


Andover's boys hockey team won its second straight 2-0 game against a top team since head coach Chris Kuchar returned to the team, defeating defending Super 8 champ Arlington to improve to 11-5-2. Matt Belluche and Caeden Dillman scored for the Warriors and Cole Gingras had 25 saves. 

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Boys Ice Hockey, 02/19/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Astros storm back


Pinkerton spotted Bedford a one-gal lead and then stormed back with three straight goals in a battle for third place in Division 1. Dakota Robinson made 31 saves for the Astros (13-3).

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Boys Ice Hockey, 02/19/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Astro rally


Pinkerton spotted Bedford a one-goal lead and then stormed back with three straight goals to grab a pivotal 3-2 win. Dakota Robinson had 31 saves for the Astros.

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Boys Ice Hockey, 02/19/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Jags dominate

Alek Tunik scored two goals and the Windham defense allowed just four shots on goal for the game as the Jaguars kept rolling with a 6-1 win over Winnacunnet.
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Boys Ice Hockey, 02/17/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars
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