Mass. Boys HS Hockey – Division 2 Highlights: Six In A Row For Amesbury; Norwood Has Pair Of Solid Wins Over The Weekend

Alexis Demopoulos
Alexis Demopoulos
Alexis is a 2017 graduate from UMass Lowell who currently works covering hockey for Hockey Night in Boston as well as the Worcester Railers JHC & is a sports reporter for the Daily Times Chronicle in Woburn.

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Bodie Marcotte Amesbury

* Amesbury won its sixth straight taking down Pentucket 7-3. Bodie Marcotte and Matt Venturi each chipped in a pair of goals in the win.

* Newburyport won its second overtime game in a row, this time beating Lynnfield 3-2. Will Palermino had two goals including the overtime winner. Tristan Joyce also scored and Damien Lamb was solid between the pipes.

* Tewksbury beat Boston Latin 5-1 behind five different goal-scorers. Matt Cooke, Jeremy Insogna, Tyler Barnes, Jason Shreenan and Jason Lavoie all scored for the Redmen. On Monday, they took down Newton South 10-2. Tyler Bourgea led the way with six points (2G, 4A) and Cooke (1G, 3A) and Insogna (2G, 2A) also had big nights.

TJ Martin

* Norwood had two big wins over the weekend. First they defeated Medfield 4-1 behind goals from Nick Berardinelli, TJ Martin, Sam Lally and Anthony Riccardi. On Sunday they advanced to the Brinn Division finals of the Ed Burns tournament with a 3-1 win over Braintree.  Lally, Martin and Ryan Valeri all scored.

* Minnechaug earned a big 5-2 win over Northbridge. Gabe Tassinari (2), Liam Faneuff, Tristen Hottin and Jake Moore all scored.

* Hopkinton snuck by Ashland 2-1. James Hayward and Aiden Colleary both scored for the Hillers.

* Whitman-Hanson shutout Quincy 7-0. Luke Tropeano (3G, 1A) led the way for the Panthers. Jack O’Hearn, David MacNeil and Jack Sjostrom (2) also scored.

Eddie Leary

* Falmouth beat Barnstable 3-1 behind two power play goals from freshman Gavin Powderly. Eddie Leary was outstanding in net for the Clippers.

* Masconomet edged Gloucester 3-2 in a big win. Ben Merrill scored twice for the Chieftains and John Miga added an unassisted tally.

Brendan Tourgee Canton

* Canton earned a 5-4 win in double overtime against Hingham. The game goes down 4-4 for MIAA purposes. Brendan Tourgee scored the game winner for the Bulldogs. Travis Thomas, Brian Middleton, James Howard and Matt Anderson also scored.

* North Andover avenged an earlier season loss to Concord-Carlisle beating them 3-2. Kyle Donnelly, Terrell Peoples and Trey Sheehy all scored for the Knights.

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