Newton South 3, Lowell 2
Johnny Baker scored on a power play with 1:10 left in the game. He had two goals, and Dylan Shine added the other. Owen Goulette and Shawn Spring had Lowell’s goals.
Lynn 5, Hamilton-Wenham 1
John DiFilippo scored two goals and had an assist, and Brian Clougherty (two assists), Owen Downey (assist) and Paul Papageorgiou also had goals. Andrew Patrie added two assists. Luke McClintock had Hamilton-Wenham’s only goal.
Norwell 8, Cohasset 3
The Clippers clinched at least a tie for the South Shore League title and a 23rd straight post-season appearance. Luke Norton and Sam Williams scored two goals each, amd Griffin Vetrano, Sam Fettuccia, Harrison Reed and Justin Spataro each had one. Sophomore Sean Ennis earned the win in goal.
Hopkinton 5, Dedham 2
Junior Sean Walsh scored four goals and even had the assist on the other goal — junior Kyle Rogers goal.
Bourne 10, Wareham/Carver 3
Chase Lapworth, Joe Hess and Christian Mulkern all reached 100 career point plateau, and Max Hess scored a hat trick.
Ashland 4, Norton 0
Senior captain Jackson Hornung scored a goal and had an assist, and junior Brian Gazard had three assists. Junior forward Brett Erwin and freshman Dominic Boccelli and senior captain Jack Merrill scored a goal. Senior goaltender Jake Dempsey had the shutout.
Dover Sherborn/Weston 3, Dedham 0
Juniors John O’Brien and Cooper Griffin each had a goal, and senior captain Matt Paolatto added a goal and a helper. D-S/Weston junior Zach Korbin had the shutout.
Wayland 5, Latin Academy 0
Senior John Paugh had the shutout, and sophomore Joe Tardif and junior Aidan Bonner each scored a goal and had two assists. Sophomore Mike Boschetto scored a goal and added an assist, and sophomore Leif Vassilovski scored his first career high school goal. Senior captain Jack Crowley also scored.
Norwell 8, East Bridgewater 2
The Clippers had goals from Cole Berglund, Matt Ward, Harrison Reed, Colby Baker, Luke Norton, Sam Williams, Shane Considine and Eddie Fettuccia.
Senior Evan Gormley and sophomore Nick Blonde each had a pair of goals and a pair of assists. Eighth-grader Logan Murphy had four assists. Jack Fitzpatrick had a hat trick for the losers.
Middleboro/Hull 3, Abington 2
Matt Ruggiero, Sam Taverna and Jake Dagesse scored the goals for the winners.
Bourne 4, Sandwich 3
Chase Lapworth had the winner with three minutes left to win the Canal Cup. Joe Hess, Michael Bonito and Christian Mulkern scored early for Bourne.
St. John Paul II 6, Durfee 0
Sophomore Gunnar Stevens had the shutout. Junior Sean Roycroft had two goals and an assist, and junior Kurtis Weber also scored twice.
Nantucket 2, Dennis-Yarmouth 0
Seniors James Lester and Austin Starr had a goal each as the Whalers blanked the Dolphins on the island. Lester didn’t break the ice until four minutes into the second period, off an assist from sophomore Marsh Hickman, and Nantucket (4-6-1) clung to that lead until Starr’s empty netter with 35 seconds to play. Sophomore Ben Murphy came up with a few key saves to preserve the shutout.