EMass D3 Highlights: Lowell Takes Down Wayland; Pair of Big Wins For Ashland

Dom Nicastro
Dom Nicastro
Dom Nicastro is a veteran sportswriter and journalist whose credits include the Gloucester Daily Times, Salem News, Lawrence Eagle-Tribune and Boston Magazine. This is his seventh season working for Hockey Night in Boston Magazine. He covers boys Eastern Mass. Division 3 and Rhode Island. He can be reached via email at [email protected]

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Lowell 6, Wayland 2

Seniors Ben Asselin and Thomas Hassett and junior Brendan DeMarco each scored a couple of goals. Matt Asselin, Ben Asselin and Hassett added two assists each, and Andrew Kotsifas, Keegan Cote, Cam Trull and DeMarco had one helper each.

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Swampscott 4, Lynn 4

Thomas Callahan gave the Big Blue the lead with his first career goal with six minutes left. Drew Olivieri had two goals for Swampscott, and Conor Donovan had one. Swampscott goalie Victor Kratik had close to 40 saves. Andrew Patrie and John DiFilippo had a goal, and Matt Devin added two goals.

Bedford 4, Hamilton-Wenham 2

Hamilton-Wenham’s Finn Brophy stopped 30 of 34 shots but it wasn’t enough. Bedford only had to face 12 shots. Sean Doucet, Brendan Vaughn, Billy Helms and Anthony Incerto had the goals for Bedford. Aidan Daly and Matt Dearborn scored for Hamilton-Wenham.

Dover-Sherborn/Weston 4, Norton 2

Sophomore forward George Herlihy had two goals for the winners. Senior captain Henry Kenney scored a goal, and junior Cooper Griffin added an empty-netter.

Ashland 3, Hopkinton 2

Ashland beat Hopkinton for first time in four years as Brett Erwin scored the game-winning goal in the second period. Jackson Hornung and Matt Milko each scored for Ashland. Kyle Rogers and Sean Walsh scored for Hopkinton.

Hopkinton 5, Norton 1

Senior captain Steve Simoes had a goal and two assists. Junior Tommy Hamblet scored two goals, junior Sean Walsh scored a goal and had an assist and junior Kyle Rogers scored a goal.

Ashland 3, Medway 1

Sophomore Nick Fish and freshman Dom Boccelli each scored a goal and added an assist. Senior captain Jackson Hornung also scored for the Clockers. Senior goalie Jake Dempsey had 22 saves.

Bellingham 7, Minuteman Voke 5

Junior Matt Pelletier scored four goals, and junior Jace Rudolph added a goal and two assists. Sophomores Tom Mailhot and Brennan McCann scored one goal.

Southeastern/West Bridgewater 3, Blue Hills 2

Adam Falcione had two goals for the winners, and Ryan Kinney added the other. Brian Fitzpatrick and Cam Norman scored for Blue Hills.

North Quincy 3, Hanover 0

North Quincy sophomore goaltender Asher Wines shut down powerhouse Hanover, handing it its first regular season loss in two years. He had 26 saves. Noah Wines, Ronan Kelly and Kieran O’Driscoll each scored. The latter two goals were empty-netters.

Rockland 5, East Bridgewater 2

Senior captain Evan Gormley and eighth-grader Logan Murphy each scored two goals. East Bridgewater’s Brendan Spillane and Kevin Lynch scored the goals. Sophomore Nick Leander scored for Rockland.

Upper Cape Tech 9, Tri-County 4

Senior captain and center Josh Winiarski had four goals to lead the winners.

Bourne 6, Dighton-Rehoboth/Seekonk 2

Senior captains Max and Joe Hess had two goals each.

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