Mass. HS Boys Hockey: Division 2 Weekend Highlights: Marblehead’s Shull Nets 100th Point; Triton Turns Tables on Newburyport

Jim Clark
Jim Clark
Jim Clark joined Hockey Night in Boston in December 2019, and has covered high school hockey in Massachusetts for more than three decades. He also covers high school hockey and is a multiplatform editor for the Boston Globe, and previously spent two decades as high school hockey reporter at the Boston Herald, where he also served as the 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/reporter at the Sentinel & Enterprise in Fitchburg, and has extensively covered high school hockey in Central and Western Mass. as well as Connecticut.

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Marblehead’s Will Shull became the latest Massachusetts player to reach 100 career points, eclipsing the milestone as part of a four-goal, one assist effort in the Headers’ 7-0 victory over Swampscott in the Northeastern Conference.

Shull, who also had two assists in Sunday’s 5-2 win over Beverly, has 13 goals and 11 assists this season. His career totals after Monday are 60-41-101.

James Tatro
Triton

* Just two days after suffering its first loss of the season to Newburyport, Triton exacted some revenge and returned the favor to its Cape Ann rival, 3-1. James Tatro, Jack Forrest and Ryan Lindholm had the goals as the Vikings erased an early 1-0 deficit.

Nate Alves
Lynnfield

* Lynnfield rolled past North Reading, 7-1, as Aidan Burke and Nate Alves each scored twice each, and Joe Raffa chipped in a goal and three assists. Tyler Scoppetuolo and Janssen Sperling rounded out the scoring for the Pioneers.

* Massey Ventre had a pair of goals and Ryan Ragucci added the first of his career as Saugus doubled up Swampscott, 6-3, in the Northeastern Conference.

* Joey Holgersen scored twice and also set up Chris Ferrara’s tally to lead Winthrop past Danvers, 3-1.

Isaac Tawyer
Danvers

* Brian Taylor had two goals and an assist, James Thibodeau and Aidan Lanphere each scored, and Danvers blanked Peabody, 4-0. Isaac Tawyer had the shutout for the Falcons.

* Masconomet also beat Danvers, 3-0, behind Lucas Canelli’s shutout. Chris O’Grady had a goal and assist for the Chieftains, who also got goals from Nick McMillan and Michael Bevilacqua.

* Devin Dailey’s pair of goals were the difference for Dighton-Rehoboth/Seekonk in its 4-2 victory over Old Rochester/Fairhaven in the South Coast Conference. Wyatt  Nastar and Liam Fecteau added goals, and Sam Bastis made 17 saves for the Falcons, who take an 8-0 mark into Wednesday’s game against fellow unbeaten Somerset Berkley.

* Wylde Latulippe ran his hat trick streak to three games overall as Wareham/Carver swept past Greater New Bedford (10-7) and Bourne (8-5). Nate Eldredge also had a hat trick vs. GNB, with Rob Maloney (first varsity), Brayden Fernald, Eldon Sears and Zac Barris adding single tallies. … Against Bourne, Eldredge and Fernald also scored, Braden McCarthy and Cole Blankenship notched their first varsity goals, and Tyler Lovendale rounded out the scoring.

* Stoneham edged Wakefield, 3-2, in a Middlesex Freedom matchup on goals from Danny Storella, Brandon Stewart and Ty Foley.

Colin Alessi
Stoughton-Brockton

* Colin Alessi scored with 25 seconds left to rally Stoughton/Brockton to a 2-2 tie with Taunton in the Hockomock League. Ryan Flannery had the other goal for S/B.

Cole Theodore
Medway

* Alex Infanger notched a hat trick and added three assists to propel Medway past Dover-Sherborn/Weston, 7-1, in the Tri-Valley League. Cole Theodore added a pair of goals for the Mustangs. … Pari Lykourinos scored twice and Infanger added the other in a 3-3 tie with Medfield.

* Kevin Broderick scored twice, while Brendan Allen and Sean Dittmeier notched their first varsity goals in Norwood’s 9-2 victory over Ashland. Myles Kidd, Bryan Metayer, Tommy Dooley, Jake Russo, and Jonathan Demarais added goals for the Mustangs.

* Jack Connolly (first varsity goal) and Robbie Cardillo each scored for Sandwich in its 2-1 Cape & Islands win over Dennis-Yarmouth.

* Julian Krivos had two goals, Dan Deering and Cam Viprino added one each, and Nauset iced Mashpee/Monomoy, 4-1.

* Caden Connors scored twice and Tewksbury outlasted Dracut/Tyngsboro, 3-1, in a game in which the Redmen had a 66-10 advantage in shots.

Cam Swan
Scituate

* Cam Swan and Evan McBrien each scored two goals to lead a balanced effort for Scituate, which extended its win streak to 10 with an 8-4 victory over Plymouth South in the Patriot League. … McBrien also scored twice in a 5-4 win over Quincy, with Brendan Boyle and Ben Whitman chipping in a goal and two assists apiece.

Matt Solari
Whitman-Hanson

* Luke Tropeano and Joe Cully notched their first varsity goals, the latter coming with three minutes left to give Whitman-Hanson a 3-2 win over Plymouth North. … Cully then lit the lamp two more times in a 4-2 victory over Silver Lake. Matt Solari had two assists and Erik Dean 19 saves for the Panthers.

* Aiden Kelly, Evan Hallisey and Kevin Norwood had a goal and assist each to help Plymouth North slip past North Quincy, 3-1. It was Kelly’s first varsity goal for the Blue Eagles.

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