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EMass. HS Boys Division 3 Highlights: Milestones At Somerset Berkley, Upper Cape; Nantucket Clinches

* Jonathan Pacheco scored five goals and Somerset Berkley gave coach Kevin Snyder his 200th career victory by edging Wareham/Carver, 7-6, in a South Coast Conference thriller.

Kevin Flynn
Upper Cape

* Kevin Flynn set the Upper Cape career scoring mark (146 points) in the Rams’ 3-0 victory against Sacred Heart in the Mayflower.

* Marcus Bouzan scored both goals in South Shore’s 2-1 victory against Blue Hills.

Kyle Rogers
Hopkinton

* Jack Gammons scored twice and Nantucket won the inaugural Cape & Islands Lighthouse championship with a 4-3 victory against Martha’s Vineyard. Jack Billings and Cole Evens had the other goals for the Whalers. … Nantucket also blanked Dennis-Yarmouth, 3-0, getting a shutout from James Culkins. Hudson Perry, Marsh Hickman and Jeffrey Duame had the goals.

* Hopkinton handed Norwood its second loss of the season and scored the season sweep with a 5-2 victory. Cam Jerrett, Kyle Rogers and Pavit Mehra had a goal and assist each for the Hillers, while Drew Saporoschetz notched his first goal of the season. Tommy Hamblet added two assists.

Tim Dobies
Newton South

* Hunter McElhinney’s two goals and Nico Quatromoni’s 28 saves led Holliston past Ashland, 4-0. Connor Heffernan and Brendan Geary also scored for the Panthers.

* Newton South also swept its season series with Bedford, 4-2, as Tim Dobies had two goals and an assist for the Lions, with Michael DeFranco and Eli Deener-Chodriker adding a goal each.

Owen Goulette
Lowell

* Owen Goulette’s hat trick was the difference for Lowell in its 4-1 victory against Haverhill. Brendan DeMarco also scored and Jake Vieira made 24 saves for the Red Raiders.

* Hanover clinched the Patriot League Fisher Division, 8-1, as Manning Morris had a hat trick and two assists, and Ethan Davis added two goals and two assists. Quinn Brown and Drew Murphy chipped in a goal and assist each, Christian Sacco also scored, and Matt Halpin had four assists.

James Hooley
North Quincy

* North Quincy edged Quincy, 3-1, behind goals from James Hooley, Michael Steele and Ronan Kelly.

* Nick Obourn scored his first two varsity goals in Norwell’s 5-2 victory against Cohasset/Hull in the South Shore League. Matt Ward, Harry Reed and Sam Fettuccia added goals for the Clippers.

* Rockland extended its school record to 12 straight tournament berths, clinching second place in the SSL with a 5-2 victory against Middleboro. Nick Blonde had two goals and an assist, Joey Salamone two goals, and Logan Murphy a goal and assist for the Bulldogs. Thomas McSweeney made 20 saves.

* Jack Watts scored both goals in Foxboro’s 2-2 tie with Mansfield in the Hockomock League.

* St. John Paul II skated past Plymouth South, 5-2, getting goals from Michael Kornek, Ben Baxter, Jack Homa, Charlie Baroni and Avery Richardson.

* Tristan Doiran netted his first two varsity goals as Greater Lowell/Nashoba Tech beat East Boston, 12-0. Dan Haluska also scored twice on Senior Night while classmates Jonathan Wright, Aaron Marinelli and Dylan Stoia also scored.

Dave Egan
Essex Tech

* Essex Tech’s David Egan and Hamilton-Wenham’s Colby Guyer scored the goals in their teams’ 1-1 tie.

* Goals from Angelo Nicolosi and Sam Canniff rallied Dartmouth past Bourne, 2-1. … Dartmouth also rolled past Burrillville (R.I.), 8-1, behind J.C. Frates’ hat trick and assist. Nick Howarth scored twice, Payton Allen added a goal and two assists, and Kyle Charbonneau a goal and assist.

* Jayden Rossi scored twice in Attleboro’s 4-0 victory against Stoughton/Brockton. Owen Dryjowicz added a goal and assist, and Zach Pierce had the other goal for the Bombardiers.

(Kevin Flynn photo courtesy of @BEACHSKATES)

Jim Clark

Jim Clark

Jim Clark has covered Massachusetts high school hockey for three decades, and joins Hockey Night in Boston for the 2019-20 season. Previously he was the lead high school hockey writer for 19 years for the Boston Herald, where he also worked full-time on the copy desk in the sports department and served as the paper's high schools editor from 2000-06. Clark was honored by the Mass. State Hockey Coaches Association with its William Stewart Award for contributions to the sport in May 2019, and also received the Joel Perlmutter Award for media coverage in 2006. A graduate of UMass, he also spent eight years as sports editor and reporter for the Sentinel & Enterprise in Fitchburg, Mass.
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