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Gage Minior, Diman in time to stun Sacred Heart – Boston Herald

A busy week of holiday tournaments – Boston Herald

Sacred Heart tried to play “beat the clock” in its Mayflower League matchup Wednesday night time, however Gage Minior and Diman beat the guests at their very own recreation.

Minior capped his third hat trick of the season with 5.1 seconds left and Diman surprised Sacred Heart, 5-Four. The Bengals have been on the verge of disappointment when Joshua McCafferty tied it for Sacred Heart with 14 seconds left, however Minior turned the tables moments later. Minior additionally had an help, Jordan Crowley and aim and help, and Ethan LaForce a objective for Diman, which trailed Three-2 with lower than six minutes to go. Spencer Irving had two objectives and Nicholas Silvieri a objective for the Saints.

 

HERALD’S HAT TRICK (the most effective of the perfect from throughout the state Wednesday, Jan. 9):

JOHN DiFILLIPPO, Lynn: Difilippo makes his second look of the week, as his aim and three assists pushed him over 100 factors for his profession, and the Jets outlasted Cambridge, 6-5. Andrew Patrie had the recent stick for the Jets with 4 objectives and an help in his first recreation again in the lineup from damage. Brian Clougherty added a objective and three assists in the win and Jack Gallant made 23 saves.

STEVE LUBINGER, Nashoba Tech: Lubinger scored the hat trick on his birthday and that was the distinction for Nashoba Tech in its 6-Three victory towards Commonwealth Athletic frontrunner Essex Tech.  Lubinger additionally had an help for the Vikings, who acquired a aim and two assists from Connor Lefebvre and a objective and help from Matt Venti. David Egan and Chris Masta had a objective and help apiece for the Hawks in the loss.

COLIN REDDY, St. Mary’s and JACK LONGUEIL, Barnstable: One week after notching a hat trick, Reddy took it a step additional and scored 4 objectives in the Spartans’ 5-Zero victory towards Smithfield (R.I.) Christian Moran added one in the third interval and Joe Purtell obtained the shutout with 15 saves. … In the meantime, Longueil had 4 objectives and an help to spotlight Barnstable’s 7-1 victory towards Dennis-Yarmouth. Sean Jones had a pair of objectives and Chris Cordeiro the opposite for the Purple Raiders, who additionally acquired three assists every from James Holzman and Brian Frieh. Josh Benoit had the lone aim for the Dolphins.

 

Circling the ponds throughout the state on a busy Wednesday night time …

ATLANTIC COAST: Jake Rosado scored twice in the third interval and Falmouth pulled away from Nauset, Four-Zero. Stone Devlin and Kevin Coyne added objectives and Nick Champani had two assists for the Clippers, with Kevin Duarte making 14 saves. Carson Schemenaur made 27 stops for the Blue Knights. … Marshfield received objectives from 5 totally different gamers in its 6-1 victory towards Nauset. Paul Rorke (two objectives, help), Tim Doyle, Kevin Buckley, Jake Mastrangelo and Kevin Moriarty all scored for the Rams, with Shane Silva notching the lone aim for the Warriors.

BAY STATE: Natick blanked Newton North, Three-Zero, behind Connor McGill’s shutout goaltending. Ryan Haswell, David Drew and Alec Baumann had the objectives for the RedHawks. … Nick Mahoney posted his first profession hat trick to spark Needham in its 5-Three victory towards Weymouth. Tom Chmielewski and Roman Tacelli had different a aim and help every for the Rockets with Will Popper making 19 saves. … Danny Savary scored twice for Walpole in its Three-1 victory towards Braintree. Marc Hirshom added an influence play tally for the Rebels. … Ben Lussier scored his first profession objective to assist Wellesley previous Brookline, Four-1. Grayson Badger had the aim for the Warriors.

CAPE ANN: Objectives from Jacob Grossi Hogg, Thomas Greene, Ben Reynolds and Patrick Leary carried Newburyport in its Four-1 victory towards Triton. Grossi-Hogg added two assists for the Clippers, whereas Leary and Reynolds every chipped in one. Sam Rennick scored for the Vikings. … Billy McCann scored twice, Matthew Ryan notched the primary of his profession and North Studying doubled up Amesbury, Four-2. Stephen Robishaw added a aim for the Hornets. Ethan Lintner and Patrick Birmingham countered for the Indians. … Logan Campbell posted a hat trick, Richard Guarino acquired the primary of his profession and Masconomet rolled over Pentucket, 10-2. Andrew Gotts additionally scored twice for the Chieftains, who additionally received single objectives from Filippo Scarfo, Paul Nichols, Will Main and Kirby Glynn. For the Sachems, Jack Queenan and Nolan Gorski (first profession) had the objectives.

CAPE & ISLANDS: Logan Araujo led 5 totally different scorers with a objective and help and Martha’s Winery slipped previous Mashpee/Monomoy, 5-1. Willson Slayton, Pete Gillis, Colby Zarba and Kenny Hatt had the opposite objectives for the Vineyarders, with Noah Tambolleo scoring for the Monarchs.

CATHOLIC CENTRAL: Matt Moniz scored a shorthanded objective in the second interval and Bishop Fenwick edged Matignon, 1-Zero. … Andrew Stefura had two objectives and an help and St. Joseph Prep beat Cardinal Spellman, Four-1. Patrick Gulledge and Jake Cedrone added objectives for the Phoenix, Jay O’Hearn scored the lone aim for the Cardinals.

CATHOLIC CONFERENCE: Spiro Alex scored twice, Tom Larson notched the game-winner in the third interval and Catholic Memorial pulled away from Malden Catholic, Four-2. Owen Brady had a shorthanded tally for the Knights, who obtained three assists from Jack Curran and 16 saves from Henry O’Brien.

DUAL COUNTY/MERRIMACK VALLEY: Joe Sharek scored twice in a four-goal first interval and Boston Latin by no means appeared again in its 7-Three victory towards Harmony-Carlisle. Damon Alexander and Frank Linso additionally scored in the opening 15 minutes, and the Wolfpack added objectives from Sam Hutchinson (shorthanded) and Colin McAdams. … Lincoln-Sudbury received single objectives in every interval from Rob Noyes, Johnny Oblak and Angelo Venuto (empty netter) and blanked Tewksbury, Three-Zero. … Ian Beeley’s two objectives paced Methuen in its Four-1 victory towards Haverhill. A.J. Harb and Connor O’Malley had the opposite objectives for the Rangers. Casey Langley scored for the Hillies. … Leo Byers’ first profession objective led a balanced effort for Andover in its 5-2 victory towards Westford Academy. Shane Lachance, Michael Feeney, Anton Tempo and Steve Ingram additionally had objectives for the Golden Warriors. Dylan Breen and Ryan McCarthy scored for the Gray Ghosts. … Billerica’s Colin Feeney made 22 saves for the shutout and Matthew Livingston gave him the one objective he wanted in a 1-Zero blanking of Acton-Boxboro. … Cam Antonellis had two objectives and an help, Justin Moran added a aim and two assists and Waltham toppled Central Catholic, 5-1, which received its lone aim from Jake Doucette. Brian McNamara added a objective and help, and Jonathan Caban a aim in the win for the Hawks. … Michael DeFranco’s energy play objective broke a tie in the third interval and lifted Newton South previous Bedford, 5-Three. Johnny Baker had a hat trick, together with the clinching empty-netter, and Eric Donlan added an influence play aim for the Lions.

EASTERN ATHLETIC: Caleb Ikkela had a aim and help and Bishop Stang edged Bishop Feehan, Three-2. Matt Walsh and Dallas Babineau had the opposite objectives and Jack Jedrey dished out a pair of assists for the Spartans. Tim D’Ambrosia and Kevin Borah scored in the third interval, however the Shamrocks couldn’t utterly erase the three-goal deficit.

HOCKOMOCK: Chris Copponi scored each objectives, together with an empty-netter that clinched Mansfield’s 2-Zero victory towards North Attleboro. Sean McCafferty made 25 saves for the shutout. … Sean Bunker additionally posted a shutout with 16 saves as Taunton squeaked previous Attleboro, 1-Zero. Andrew Carter scored an influence play aim in the second interval for the Tigers. … Ronnie MacLellan and Brendan Tully had a aim and help every and Foxboro battled to a Three-Three tie with Franklin. Kirk Leach additionally scored for the Warriors, who obtained a robust recreation in internet from Espen Reagan (34 saves). Zac Falvey, Kyle Hedvig and Joe Lizotte scored for the Panthers, who trailed Three-1 in the third. … Colin Bourne and Bryan Kearns every registered hat tips to gasoline the high-octane offense of Oliver Ames throughout a 14-Zero victory towards Stoughton.

MAYFLOWER: Kevin Flynn had a hat trick, Joey McArdle added a aim and two assists and Higher Cape improved to 9-1-Zero general by skating previous Blue Hills, 6-Three. Kade Schofield and Josh Winiarski had the opposite objectives for the Rams. Scoring for the Warriors have been Cameron Norman, Charlie Bosworth and Chris Sarno. Brendan Todd made 36 saves.

MIDDLESEX: Mike Drew’s two objectives have been the distinction for Winchester in its Three-1 victory towards Belmont. Ryan McCarthy put the Sachems forward to keep halfway via the primary. Kevin Miller acquired his first profession objective for the Marauders in the loss. … Drew Malatesta scored twice to tempo Arlington in its 5-1 victory towards Lexington. John Hourihan, Anthony Messuri and Will Jennings additionally scored for the Spy Ponders. … Cam Souza and Evan Simoneau scored first-period objectives and Wakefield held on for a Three-1 victory towards Wilmington. Cal Tryder’s empty-netter iced it for the Warriors after Matt Pendenza’s energy play aim had sliced the hole in half for the Wildcats. … Ryan O’Halloran had a hat trick and two assists, Anthony Vallerand notched his first profession tally and Burlington rolled over Stoneham, Eight-Three. Conor Quinlan additionally scored twice for the Purple Devils, with Joe Barbieri and Mitchell Maida getting the opposite objectives.

NORTHEASTERN: Ronnie Paolo scored twice and Saugus used a three-goal second interval to take management towards Marblehead, Four-1. Will Shull put the Headers on prime late in the primary, however Paolo acquired his first aim simply 35 seconds later. Chris Regnetta and Adam Rodrigues added objectives in the second to put the Sachems in the lead. … Revere/Malden doubled up Everett, Eight-Four, behind two objectives every from Cam Mazza and Wayne Cintolo. Rick Briana, Joe Papsadora, Zach Rufo and Alexio Trichillo had the opposite objectives for the Patriots.

OLD COLONY: Payton Allen’s objective late in the third interval pulled Dartmouth right into a 1-1 tie with Bridgewater-Raynham, which obtained its objective from Sammy Hoffses.

PATRIOT: John Early produced the sport’s lone objective in the third interval and Asher Wines stood tall in internet with 20 saves to propel North Quincy previous Scituate, 1-Zero. … David Marani scored twice and Silver Lake toppled Pembroke, Four-2. Nate Johnson and Alex Heffernan had the opposite objectives for the Lakers, Sam Dilly acquired his first varsity level with an help, and Grady Sullivan made 23 saves. C.J. Perry and Mike Dibari scored for the Titans. … Nate Romanelli made 18 saves for the shutout, Jake Brennan scored the lone aim and Duxbury edged Whitman-Hanson, 1-Zero. … Nick St. Germaine scored twice, together with a 5-on-Three energy play objective early in the third interval to rally Plymouth South to a Three-Three tie with Plymouth North. Matt Peckham added the opposite aim for the Panthers. Jason Norwood, Kevin Norwood and Connor Macleod scored for the Blue Eagles.

SOUTH COAST: Quirino DoCanto had a aim and three assists and Wareham/Carver prevailed in the early showdown for first place, topping Larger New Bedford, Four-2. Nate Eldredge added a objective and help, and the Vikings received a single objective from Tryggve Krogstad in addition to an enormous recreation in objective from Alex DeMarco. Jacob Lopes and Spencer Raposo scored for the Bears, who couldn’t escape a Four-Zero gap. … Jake Salema scored twice and Somerset Berkley skated previous Apponequet, 5-2. Evan Affonso, Tyler Politano and Will Simons had the opposite objectives for the Raiders.

SOUTH SHORE: Harrison Reed scored twice and Norwell received a mixed shutout from Sean Ennis and Slekis in blanking East Bridgewater, 6-Zero. Sam Fettucia, Matt Ward, Sam Williams and Cole Berglund added objectives for the Clippers. … Ethan Matos had a hat trick and help and Middleboro/Hull rolled over Abington, 9-Zero. Chris Cogan added a pair of objectives for the Sachems with Ian Yeskewicz (two assists), Jake Dagesse additionally scoring.

TRI-VALLEY: Steve Simoes scored twice and Sean Walsh had a objective and two assists to lead Hopkinton previous Medway, 5-2. Cam Jarrett added a objective and help, Jake Weinstock a objective, and Dylan Model made 19 saves for the Hillers (6-2-1). Jack McCarthy and Nate Steinhoff had the objectives for the Mustangs.

NONLEAGUE: Xaverian’s Ryan Pomposelli scored his second aim with 32 seconds left, wrapping up a wild 6-6 tie with St. John’s (Shrewsbury). The Hawks took a Four-Zero lead after a interval on objectives from Josh Barton, Jack Silva, Matt Ryan and Pomposelli, then pushed it to 5-1 in the second on Silva’s second aim after Casey Sullivan received St. John’s on the board. However the Pioneers have been simply getting began. Objectives by Tim Farley and Matt Myers sliced it to 5-Three after two, and Myers capped a hat trick with two extra in the third to make it 5-5. St. John’s appeared poised for the stunner when Cam Luzzo made it 6-5 with 2:44 left earlier than Pomposelli’s last reply.

Ryan Nolan made 22 saves and Wayland acquired its solely objective from Aiden Chitkara to knock off beforehand unbeaten Algonquin, 1-Zero. … Tyler MacNeil scored twice and Milton picked up its first win of the season, 6-2 towards Brockton. Will Hankard, Jared Carney, Jack Lengthy and Andrew McDonnell added objectives for the Wildcats, who obtained 21 saves from Mark Guerra. … Dan O’Leary scored twice and Quincy used a complete staff effort to beat Cohasset, 5-1. Riley O’Connor, Matt O’Brien and Griffin Lynch chipped in objectives for the Presidents. … Aidan Johnson had a aim and help, Christopher DeSousa added a aim and Somerville battled to a 2-2 tie with Watertown. … Drew Arpin scored twice in Coyle & Cassidy’s 5-Zero victory towards Rockland. Evan Studley and Will Tripp additionally had objectives for the Warriors and Brett Borges earned the shutout.

Christian Gastonguay scored each objectives for Chelmsford in its 2-2 tie with Melrose. … Michael Agresti, Ben Lunnie and Devan Dailey every scored for Dighton-Rehoboth/Seekonk in its Three-1 victory towards Narragansett (R.I.). … Connor Doherty of Lowell Catholic and Sam O’Connor of Shrewsbury every scored each of their respective groups’ objectives in a 2-2 tie. Doherty’s objectives got here 18 seconds aside in the third interval however O’Connor tied it simply 2:20 later with 1:18 to play. … Nick Ramm scored twice, Luke Sullivan had a objective and two assists and Westboro topped Holliston, Four-2. Tyler Ramm added a aim for the Rangers, whereas Joe Lombardi and Kevin Balewicz struck for the Panthers.

CENTRAL MASS.: Johnny Campbell and Sean Magarian scored in the primary interval and Assabet Valley by no means seemed again in its Four-1 victory towards Fitchburg/Monty Tech in the Russell Convention. Brady Sawyer and Connor Rodrigues added objectives for the Aztecs. Jake Thibeault received the objective for the Bulldogs. … Littleton/Bromfield thumped Gardner, 9-Zero, as Ben Hays led a balanced scoresheet with two objectives. Johnny Corrieri, Sam Dunn, Ryan Hunt, Tim Kelleher, Alex Magan, Justin Montepeluso and James Peterson all scored for the Tigers.

Jacob Mauro had two objectives and three assists, Matthew Albert added two objectives and two assists and Lunenburg/Ayer Shirley rolled over North Middlesex, 6-1. Connor Viviano added a aim and help for the Blue Knights and Nathan Useful additionally scored. Trent Costa had the objective for the Patriots. … Deron Breen scored twice and Grafton/Blackstone Valley used a five-goal second interval to take management from Hopedale/Millis, 6-1. Jake Baker, Charlie Farrah and Shane Baker had the opposite objectives in the center interval for the Indians. Trevor Thomas scored in the primary interval earlier than Hunter Dunn tied it for H/M.

Anthony Record scored each objectives and Auburn clipped Marlboro, 2-1, in the Quinn Convention. Matt Farrell had put the Panthers on the board in the primary earlier than the Rockets rallied. … Ryan Gonzalez made 29 saves and Hudson was in command all through in an Eight-Zero rout of Nashoba/Clinton. Matt Lombardi led the balanced scoring twice two objectives, and the Hawks received single tallies from Cam O’Brien, Nick Dufromont, Bryce Miranda, Cam Bower, Colin Dannenfels and Jameson Fecteau.

Within the Coughlin Convention, Ben Sealy scored twice, David Brissette had a aim and two assists and Worcester blanked Oakmont, Eight-Zero, behind Jake Grampetro’s 19 saves. Matt Meola, Ben Bombard,  Luke Evers, Tyler O’Neill and Ryan Vigeant added objectives for the Wildcats. … Kevin Skagerlind’s hat trick and two assists sparked Wachusett’s 6-Three Roy Convention conquest of Groton-Dunstable. Zak Kapusta, Grant Gardula and Ryan Gardula (three assists) rounded out the scoring for the Mountaineers. Ryan Cox, Deaglan Garside and Nate Glencross scored for the Crusaders.

WESTERN MASS.: Corbin Rumbolt and Toby Ellingwood had a objective and help every to spark Drury in its Four-1 victory towards Mount Everett in a Wright Division battle. Ellingwood’s aim in the second interval was the game-winner after Max Joyner tied it for the Eagles in the primary. Evelyn Fuls and Mitch Andrews added objectives in the third to cap the win for the Blue Devils. … Ryan Tucker notched his first profession hat trick and South Hadley doubled up Southwick, 6-Three. Ben Watkins had two objectives and an help, and Cameron Pete a objective and two assists for the Tigers. … Amherst-Pelham stayed unbeaten with its 6-Three victory towards Ludlow. Jayden Blackburn, Justin Masteralexis and Eli Slovin had a aim and help every for the Hurricanes. Betinho Terrinca’s hat trick accounted for the offense for the Lions. … Trent Lahair scored twice and Chicopee beat Agawam, Four-1. Alex Assab and Spencer Clark had the opposite objectives for the Pacers, with Mitch Drewnowski scoring for the Brownies.