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Mass. D1 Boys Highlights: BC High, Burlington, Winchester Win Tourney Titles

Buddy Ferreira Classic

Matt Keohane
BC High

* No. 2 BC High controlled the action throughout, cruising past No. 7 Hingham, 4-0, to claim the tournament title for the fifth consecutive year. Matt Keohane and Colin Norton both had a goal and an assist; Brian Bulger and John Logan also scored; and Michael Dragon contributed two assists in support of Tom Kieswetter’s shutout. BC High finished the regular season 13-3-4 while the Harbormen wound up 12-7-3.

Consolation: No. 17 Duxbury’s Steve Pisani posted his eighth shutout of the season as the Green Dragons silenced No. 11 Austin Prep, 3-0. Billy Mrowka, Drake Hadley and Will Nolan scored for Duxbury, which finished the regular season 12-6-4. The Cougars closed at 10-7-3. 

MVP: Matt Keohane, BC High

All-Tourney Team: Thomas Milne, Arlington Catholic; Will Ham, Hingham, Sean Barbera, Reading; Ben Luscko, Duxbury; Michael Dragon, BC High; Tom Kieswetter, BC High.

Ed Cahoon Tournament

Ryan O’Halloran

* Ryan O’Halloran’s overtime goal pushed host school No. 10 Burlington past No. 6 Framingham, 3-2, for the title. The result is a 2-2 tie for MIAA seeding. The teams swapped goals throughout as Jared Shimelman and Hunter Balducci gave the Flyers leads of 1-0 and 2-1. Burlington tied it each time on Sean Malone and Ryan Kane tallies. The Red Devils wrapped up the regular season at 14-4-4 while Framingham finished 14-5-2.

Consolation: Chelmsford 5, Medford 1

Newburyport Bank Classic

Angelo Mario

*Angelo Mario scored twice as Winchester rolled over host Newburyport, 8-3, to claim the Bresnahan Division title at the 25th annual tournament. Sam Vaughn, Michael Nigro, Ryan McCarthy, Trevor Mahoney, Michael Martignetti and Sean Cashell also scored for the Sachems, who finished 5-10-5. The Clippers closed at 8-11-1.

Consolation: No. 14 St. John’s (S) got a late goal from Griffin Burns and 28 saves by Dan Laursen to tie Andover, 1-1. Tim Kobelski scored for Andover and Jake Brezner had 26 saves. St. John’s completed a 9-8-5 regular season while the Golden Warriors wound up 9-9-2.

MVP: Robert DiVincenzo, Winchester

All-Tourney Team: Michael Martignetti, Winchester; Ryan McCarthy, Winchester; Ben Reynolds, Newburyport; Colin Richmond, Newburyport ; Leo Byers, Andover; Griffin Burns, SJS.

Cardinal Classic


Brady Carpenter
St. Mary’s

*No. 13 St. Mary’s opened up a 3-0 lead on first-period goals by Brady Bullock, Brady Carpenter and Christian Moran and held off No. 20 Malden Catholic, 3-2.

Host school No. 4 Pope Francis spotted Central Catholic a 2-0 lead but responded with five unanswered in a 5-2 win in the late game.

Aidan Healey

Coach Melchiono Showdown


*Franklin shut down Weymouth, 4-0. Ray Ivers made 29 saves and Colin Hedvig had a goal and assist for the Panthers

Marshfield shut out host school Barnstable, 6-0. Aidan Healey posted the shutout while Bryce McDonough and Andrew Guilfoyle both had a goal and an assist for the Rams.

Other Scores

No. 1 Arlington 3, No. 12 Braintree 2

No. 5 Catholic Memorial 1, Fairfield Prep (CT) 1

No. 8 St. John’s Prep 9, Needham 1

No. 9 Natick 1, Lincoln-Sudbury 1

No. 16 Bp. Fenwick 1, Triton 1

Waltham 5, Wellesley 1

Kevin Doyle

Kevin Doyle

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