EMass. D3 Highlights

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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– Northeast Regional went into Lynn and put down the Jets, 3-1. Northeast’s Gino Lanciani scored the game-winner, and Noah Forte added an empty-net goal. Steven Czarnota also added a goal for the Golden Knights. Kyle Morrill (Jon Kosmas, Brett Molea assists) provided the scoring for Lynn.

– Everett handled Swampscott, 7-3. Louis Olivieri, Thomas O’Keefe and Ryan Cresta scored for the Big Blue in the loss.

– Brandon Snow had two goals from the blue line, plus an assist, as Nashoba Tech beat Minuteman Tech, 5-3. Brandon Williams scored a goal and added two helpers, and Bobby Currie added a pair of goals. Goalie Ryan Leedham was solid for the winners.

– Newton South blasted Lowell, 12-2, thanks in part to Thomas Tresca’s goal and five assists. Casey Sheehy and Aidan Conlon had the goals for Lowell.

– Adam Gay’s hat trick in the first period paced Silver Lake to an 8-3 win over Rockland. Zach Pakalnis, Joshua Chapman, Tyler Gillen and Colby Gilbert also scored for the winners, and Rockland’s A.J. Clark had a goal.

– Plymouth South topped Sacred Heart, 5-2. The story may have been with the losers as goalie Ian Fillion made 47 saves in the loss for Sacred Heart. His team got goals from John Quinn and Sebastian MacMillian.

– Norwell remained hot with a 3-0 win over Lincoln-Sudbury. Sophomore forward Declan O’Sullivan, sophomore forward Joe Trabino and junior defenseman Chris Bickford all scored, and Sean McGowan earned the shutout.

– Southeastern and Blue Hills battled to a 1-1 draw. Peter Costa had Southeastern’s goal, and Anthony Sarno tallied for Blue Hills. Joe Fregoe earned the tie in net for Southeastern, as did Andy Slack for Blue Hills.

– Justin Richards’ goal late in the game sparked Abington to a 5-4 win over Quincy. It was his second goal of the game. Marcus Little, Matt Curran and Cam Mariani also scored for Abington.

– Dawson Prophett’s hat trick powered Bourne past Greater New Bedford Voke, 9-0, at Gallo Arena. Jared Butler, Connor Thorphy, Bill Conway, Austin Braley, Ryan Pezzone and Sam Lyons also added goals.

– St. John Paul II blanked Apponequet/Bishop Connolly, 2-0, sparked by Gill Bach’s shutout. Brian Bradley and Sawyer Horan scored for the winners.

– Diman was a big winner over Upper Cape, 10-3. Cam Ventre was the big producer for the losers with two goals and an assist. Sam Kelso had a goal for the Rams.



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