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Mass. HS Boys Division 2 Highlights: Wakefield Takes Down Melrose; Still No Stopping Canton

* Matt Moniz scored the game-winner and Wakefield notched a big 4-3 victory against Melrose in the Middlesex League Freedom Division. Scott Elwell scored twice and Cam Souza added the equalizer for the Warriors before Moniz’ game-winner.

Johnny Hagan
Canton

* Eamon Kelly and Shane Marshall scored twice each and Canton extended its unbeaten streak to 35 games with its 5-2 victory against King Philip in the Hockomock League. Johnny Hagan added a shorthanded goal for the Bulldogs.

Nick Spadorcia
Norwood

* Michael Albert had a goal and assist, and Taunton edged Attleboro, 3-2. Xavier Abel and Connor McGrath added the other goals for the Tigers, who got 22 saves from Sean Bunker.

* Nick Spadorcia had two goals and an assist and Norwood doubled up Norton, 4-2, in the Tri-Valley League.

* Medfield scored a big 3-2 victory against Medway behind goals from Chris Lawson, Liam Ladd and Phil Parker.

* Goals from Brett Baldassare, Cal Mansfield, Tyler Puska and Jake Ryan sparked Danvers to a 4-2 victory against Beverly in the Northeastern Conference.

* Eli Feingold had a goal and assist as Marblehead doubled up Gloucester, 4-2. Carter Laramie, Cam Razin and Zach Piersol added goals for the Headers, and Peter Santeusanio made 23 saves. Jack Costanzo and Harry Marshall scored for the Fishermen.

* Bryan Swaczyk, James Guiry and Andrew Phillips scored for Peabody in its 3-3 tie with Saugus, which got two goals from Richie Mauro and a goal and assist from Jason Caron.

* Andrew Perry scored with three seconds left in regulation and North Andover stunned Concord-Carlisle with a 3-3 tie in an MVC/DCL 2 thriller. T.J. Fredo and Patrick Roycroft added goals for the Scarlet Knights, who then got a tally from Jimmy Boyle in the unofficial overtime period.

Campbell Pierce
Tewksbury

* Boston Latin got goals from five different players to take care of Haverhill, 5-1. Nick Pappas, Tommy Butler, Robert Melvin, Owen O’Brien and Sam Hutchinson all lit the lamp for the Wolfpack.

* Sean Lane netted his first career goal and Tewksbury blanked Lowell, 3-0. Cole Stone and Campbell Pierce also scored for the Redmen.

* Colby Scott netted a hat trick and Methuen took down Newton South, 6-4, in an MVC/DCL 3 matchup.

Jake Fleet
Plymouth North

* Jake Fleet and Evan Hallisey had a goal and assist each to pace unbeaten Plymouth North to a 4-1 Patriot League victory against Whitman-Hanson. Joe Lawrence and Pat Driscoll had the other goals for the Blue Eagles.

* Scituate iced Pembroke, 4-1, behind goals from Dylan MacDonald, Gerald Burke, Troy Pratt and Nick Spinella.

* Will Martin scored twice and Quincy rolled past Plymouth South, 6-2. Cooper Hernon, Zach Galligan, Nick Buonpane and Thomas MacPherson had the other goals for the Presidents.

* Colin Finnegan scored the tiebreaking goal in the third period and Brookline held off Swampscott, 3-2. Aidan Chin had a goal and assist for the Warriors, Grayson Badger added a goal, and Ellis Vish chipped in two assists.

Sam Pifko
Lynnfield

* Lynnfield got goals from Sean Robbins, Drew Damiani and Jack Hammersley to blank Amesbury, 3-0 in the Cape Ann League. … Sam Pifko’s four goals led a big offensive outburst for Lynnfield in its 11-4 nonleague victory against Westwood.

* Luke Macfarland scored the overtime goal for Amesbury, which battled North Reading to a 1-1 regulation tie with North Reading. Owen Reid also scored for the Indians, while Tre Marcotte made 21 saves.

Jason Schueler
Masconomet

* Jason Schueler’s goal and assist sparked Masconomet’s 4-1 victory against Pentucket. Richard Guarino, Kirby Glynn and Peyton Defeo also scored for the Chieftains.

* Matt Lavoie netted a hat trick and Aidan Wells had a pair of goals to lead Southeastern past Sacred Heart, 9-3, in the Mayflower. Kurt Heath added a goal and four assists, C.J. Smith a goal and two assists, while Colin Wilbur and Ryan Collins also scored for the Hawks.

* Liam Fecteau netted a hat trick and Dighton-Rehoboth/Seekonk extended its win streak to six straight games, rolling past Apponequet, 6-1, in the South Coast Conference. Devin Dailey, Noah Bastis and Evan Pereira added the other goals for the Falcons.

Jim Clark

Jim Clark

Jim Clark has covered Massachusetts high school hockey for three decades, and joins Hockey Night in Boston for the 2019-20 season. Previously he was the lead high school hockey writer for 19 years for the Boston Herald, where he also worked full-time on the copy desk in the sports department and served as the paper's high schools editor from 2000-06. Clark was honored by the Mass. State Hockey Coaches Association with its William Stewart Award for contributions to the sport in May 2019, and also received the Joel Perlmutter Award for media coverage in 2006. A graduate of UMass, he also spent eight years as sports editor and reporter for the Sentinel & Enterprise in Fitchburg, Mass.
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