* No. 5 St. John’s of Shrewsbury (5-1-0) continued it successful debut season in the Catholic Conference with a 4-1 decision of Malden Catholic (1-3-2). Ryan Richard and Brett Edgren both scored twice and Jake Mrva had two assists for the Pioneers while Ryan Dailida made 20 saves. Cam Chute scored for MC and Brady Roux stopped 27 shots.
* In the Patriot League’s Keenan Division, undefeated No. 2 Hingham (11-0-0) completed a three-win week with a 3-1 decision of No. 7 Marshfield (7-2-2), sweeping the season series while snapping the Rams’ six-game winning streak. Bobby Falvey sandwiched two goals around a Paul Forbes strike for the Harbormen. Dan Kane (PPG) scored for Marshfield (7-2-2).
*In the Cape Ann League, unbeaten No. 15 Newburyport (7-0-1) moved into sole possession of first place with a 4-0 whitewash of Triton. Colin Richmond, Jon Groth, Owen Spence and Tucker St. Lawrence scored for the Clippers. The teams tied in January and will meet for the third time this season Monday afternoon.
*In the Patriot League, Duxbury stopped Silver Lake, 5-3, on goals from Brendan Bonner, Ryan Mottau, T.J. Jones, Will Nolan and Wyatt Glass.
*In the Catholic Central Large, No. 3 Archbishop Williams (10-0-3) freshman goalie Brendan Carberry had the shutout in a 3-0 win against Bishop Feehan. Defenseman Nick Recupero had a goal and an ssist.
*Also in the Catholic Central Large, Aidan Elkins scored twice to lead No. 8 Austin Prep (8-2-3) past Bishop Fenwick, 4-1.
*In Catholic Conference play, No. 14 Catholic Memorial (3-4-0) doubled up Malden Catholic, 4-2. Dom Walecka had 16 saves for the win while Will MacNeil (assist), Brendan MacNeil (assist), Ian Burke and Tommy Goonan scored for CM.
* In the Dual County League, Waltham coach John Maguire registered his 400th career win as the Hawks edged Concord-Carlisle, 4-3. Matt O’Toole converted a penalty shot late in the third period for the win. Maguire graduated from Waltham in 1977, went on to play hockey at Babson College, and took over as head coach for the 1985-86 weason. He led Waltham to State Championships in 2002 and 2018 and also coached his son Chris, now a Hawks’ assistant.
*In the Southeast Conference, Bridgewater-Raynham (2-3-2) belted Durfee, 11-0, behind a Sam Hoffses hat trick. Bill Donnelly, Sean Nasiff and Jack Dion all scored their first varsity goals for the Trojans.
*In the Patriot League, Hingham held off Duxbury, 5-3. Evan Corbett scored twice and Ryan Burns, Aidan Brazel and Paul Forbes added a goal apiece for the Harbormen.