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EMass. HS Boys Division 3 Highlights: Walsh Becomes All-Time Scorer, Hopkinton Wins Vineyard Tournament

Sean Walsh
Hopkinton

* Sean Walsh became Hopkinton’s all-time leading scorer while posting a goal and three assists and leading Hopkinton past host Martha’s Vineyard, 8-1, in the championship game of the annual Fairleigh Dickinson Tournament on the island. Kyle Rogers added two goals and an assist for the Hillers, Pavit Mehra had a goal and assist, while Andrew Moore (first varsity), Tommy Hamblet, Joe Carrazza and Aidan Walsh added goals. Ronnie Shamus chipped in three assists. … The Hillers advanced to the title game with a 4-2 victory against Plymouth North, as Kyle Rogers had two goals and an assist, and Sean Walsh a goal and assist. Dan Kirk had the other goal in the win.

Sean Ennis
Norwell

* Freshman Joe Carrazza had a hat trick, while freshman Dylan Mansur scored his first career goal and added two assists in Hopkinton’s 9-0 victory against Norton in a Tri-Valley League game. Freshman Jack Lang also got a shutout in his first career start for the Hillers, who set a school record by finishing the regular season 19-1-0. Cam Jerrett, Sean Walsh, Geoff Tocco and Tommy Hamblet added a goal and assist each, and Will Quinlan also scored.

Espen Reager
Foxboro

* Hanover got goals from Thao Lanagan, Ethan Davis and Manning Morris to advance to the championship game of the Gould Memorial Tournament at Hobomock with a 3-0 victory against Scituate. John Aidonidis had the shutout for the Indians. … Norwell rolled past Pembroke, 7-0, in the other semifinal, with Sean Ennis earning the shutout for the Clippers. Griffin Vetrano had a pair of goals.

* Abington advanced to the championship game of the Dan Jordan Cup with its 5-1 victory against Blue Hills. Dave McArthur, John Polito, Mikey Pineau and Colin McDonald had multi-point games for the Green Wave. … Espen Reager made 18 saves and Foxboro shut down East Bridgewater, 3-0, in the other opening game. Kirk Leach had a goal and two assists for the Warriors, with Jack Watts and Ronnie MacLellan also scoring.

Lucas Maregni
Newton South

* Sean Feeney scored the tiebreaker with three minutes left and North Quincy edged Dartmouth, 4-3, in the consolation game of the Spartan Cup at Hetland Arena in New Bedford. James Hooley, Ronan Kelly and Jonathan Lynch had the other goals from the Red Raiders, who qualified for the postseason.

Cooper Griffin
Dover/Sherborn-Weston

* Eric Donlan scored twice and Newton South notched its first-ever win against crosstown rival Newton North, 4-0. Lucas Maregni and Nathan Lacoste combined for the shutout for the Lions, who qualified for the postseason.

* Dover-Sherborn/Weston captured the Post Road Cup with its 6-2 victory against Wayland. Cooper Griffin scored twice in the win, with George Herlihy, Connor Burke, Tommy Higgins and Standish Carothers adding the others.

* Brendan DeMarco had a hat trick and Lowell stunned Triton, 4-3, in the Fournier Division of the Newburyport Bank Classic. Matt Asselin added a goal and Jake Vieira made 35 saves for the Red Raiders, who face Methuen in their other game of three-team, round-robin format.

Nick Blonde
Rockland

* Jake Cosentino scored twice and Mickey Casagrande earned her first varsity win in net for Cohasset/Hull, which stopped Cardinal Spellman, 3-1. Justin Appleby added a goal for the Skippers. Cam Colburn had the goal for the Cardinals. … Tyler Chabot scored in the third period to pull Cardinal Spellman even with John Paul II, 1-1.

* Nick Blonde and Shane Kimball had the goals, and Thomas McSweeney made 23 saves to backbone Rockland’s 2-1 victory against Dennis-Yarmouth.

* Kevin Greene posted his fifth shutout of the season, and Vinnie Wolff and Mason Andre scored to lead Watertown past Essex Tech, 2-0.

* Tim Saunders and Jeremy Cross each netted hat tricks and Norton rolled past Everett, 12-2.

* Blue Hills used a four-goal third period to rally past Bellingham, 5-2. Jake Curley had a hat trick and assist for the Warriors, while Chris Sarno added two goals and two assists.

* Peter Bond posted the shutout and Silver Lake blanked East Bridgewater, 5-0.

* J.T. Cerutti, Cole Berglund, Matt Ward and Harry Reed each scored as Norwell doubled up Dennis-Yarmouth, 4-2.

* Matthew Medeiros, Brandon Borges and Trey Teixeira scored and Greater New Bedford qualified for the postseason with its 3-3 tie with South Shore in the Mayflower.

* Hamilton-Wenham punched its playoff ticket with a 3-1 victory against Rockport, as Colby Guyer, Matt Dearborn and Keegan O’Shea scored for the Generals.

* Bobby Marcus and James Demeo had a goal and assist each to lead Bedford past Dracut/Tyngsboro, 3-1, in an MVC/DCL 3 matchup. Anthony Incerto added a goal for the Buccaneers. Cole Bolduc scored for D/T.

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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