Mass. D-2 Highlights: Tewksbury ties up Lincoln-Sudbury

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– In the second showdown of the season between MVC/Dual II rivals #2 Lincoln-Sudbury and #3Tewksbury, the two teams skated to a hard-fought 3-3 standoff. The Redmen gained the tie after rallying from an early 2-0 deficit.


Goals from Eric Holden and Drew Baker before the game was two minutes old staked the L-S to a 2-0 lead, but they were unable to keep it, much to the dismay of coach Tom Pare.


“Our guys made the colossal mistake of letting the foot off the gas,” he said. “Tewksbury fought back, as all good teams do, and tied us up. We gutted it back out and took a 3-2 lead, which I loved to see from our guys, but numerous breakdowns and costly turnovers in our end eventually cost us a win against a league rival.”


Colin Quinn Tewksbury
Colin Quinn

Matt Jacobs scored the third goal for the Warriors (9-1-4). Tewksbury got back into the game on the strength of two goals from Colin Quinn and a goal and two assists from Jack Cash.


“I think we only played hard when it was convenient and not for the full 45 minutes,” Pare said “That just can’t happen against a team of that caliber. Hopefully we will learn from this one.”


Lincoln-Sudbury hosts Haverhill on Saturday, while Tewksbury will play at Andover.


– For the time this year, top-ranked Beverly found itself in a monumental struggle with Marblehead. And for the third time, the Panthers prevailed, rallying from a two-goal, first period deficit to take a 4-3 win on Ryan Santo‘s late third period goal.  Graham Doherty scored two goals for Beverly (14-0-1), who also got a score from Jesse McLaughlin. Tom Koopman, Erik Powers and Braden Haley scored for Marblehead. Headers goalie Miles Barry was outstanding.


– Medfield took care of Tri-Valley League rival Holliston, 6-1. Matt Crowell and John MacLean each had two goals for the Warriors, who got one goal each from Matt Treiber and Jack Scannell.


–  #4 North Reading (10-1-1) qualified for the post-season with ease, cruising to a 9-0 win over Saugus. Nick Day  (four goals) and Jared Potter (three goals) were a two-man wrecking crew for the Hornets. Pat Driscoll and Sean McGreal also had goals.


– #7 Winthrop prepared for Saturday’s showdown with top-ranked Beverly with a 3-1 verdict of Gloucester, the seventh straight win for the Vikings. Chris Page, Jonny Orlando and Pat Todisco all had goals for Winthrop (11-4-0).

Jonny Orlando Winthrop
Jonny Orlando


– A third period goal from Kevin Hodgkins enabled Danvers to pull out a 2-2 tie with NEC rival Peabody. Robert Tibbetts also scored for Danvers, while Peabody had goals from Chris Gillen and Andrew Bisconti.


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