Mass. Boys HS Hockey – Division 4 Highlights: Bourne’s Kelley, Sandwich’s Connolly Hit 100 Career Points In Same Game; Nantucket Wins 13th Straight

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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* Bourne won the Canal Cup with a 5-2 statement win over Sandwich. Dom Bonito scored twice for the Canalmen who also got goals from Joziah DeSouza, Ty Kelley and Ryan Burgess. Kelley earned his 100th career point in the game as did Sandwich senior captain Jack Connolly.

Jack Connolly Sandwich

* Christian Stevens’ game-winning goal gave Hudson the 4-3 overtime win over Agawam. Brayden Resendes, Owen Nanartowich and Joe Lozoraitis also scored for the Hawks.

Kody Langevain Swampscott

* Swampscott earned a huge 3-2 win over Beverly. Jackson Bartram had the game winner and also chipped in two assists. Kody Langevain and Will Roddy added goals and Dom Pappalardo was solid in net.

* Nantucket won its 13th straight with a 5-3 win over Martha’s Vineyard. Ryan Davis led the way with two goals and an assist. Colby O’Keefe, Braden Knapp and Mike Culkins also scored for the Whalers.

* Norwell blanked Cohasset/Hull 5-0 to earn its second straight shutout. Nolan Petrucelli, Quinn Simmons, Connor Vinton, Matt Cerutti and Sean Gould all scored.

* Medway beat a solid Dighton-Rehoboth/Seekonk team 5-2. Sophomore Jason Drake had two goals and an assist to led the attack. Michael Damon, Nick Mazzocca and Jason Bedard also lit the lamp.

Monomoy/Mashpee won their second straight game doubling up Upper Cape Tech 4-2. Luke Raftery scored twice and Nick Garneau and Tristan Eldredge each added a goal and an assist.

* Make it three straight for Hanover which beat Plymouth North 3-2. Cam Melone scored a pair and Dylan Howard scored the other.

* East/West Bridgewater won in comeback fashion, 6-5 over Minuteman. Christian Bates scored the game tying and winning goal. Evan Brew, Matthew Whitaker, Tyler Henderson and Everett Reddington added single tallies. 

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