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Massachusetts D1 Boys Highlights: Tournaments, Tournaments And More Tournaments

Sal Caruso
St. Mary’s Lynn


Tournament MVP Sal Caruso posted back-to-back shutouts of Austin Prep, 2-0, and host Malden Catholic, 4-0, as St. Mary’s won the tournament for the second time. Colby Magliozzi had the game-winner and Owen Maguire added an empty-netter to close out Austin Prep. Brady Bullock scored twice against Malden Catholic.

Matt Keohane
BC High


BC. High captured the championship for the second year in a row, taking down host St. John’s Prep in a semifinal shootout and dealing Central Catholic its first loss of the season in the title game, 4-1. BCH’s Brian Bulger and SJP’s Ned Malolepszy matched regulation goals in the semifinal. Matt Keohane connected twice to lead the Eagles past Central Catholic. Michael Dragon and Colin Norton also scored.

Jake DiNapoli and Evan Moore scored for SJP in a 2-1 consolation win against Pope Francis. Noah Sorofman-Dorsey made 24 saves.

Billy Mrowka


Billy Mrowka’s OT goal broke a 3-3 tie as host Duxbury edged Natick for the Island Creek Oysters Cup title. Ben Luscko (two) and Nicky Demio scored in regulation for the Green Dragons.

Jake Handy


Host Framingham forced OT with three unanswered third-period goals and topped Xaverian in a shootout to claim the MHL Cup. Dom Leone and Joe Ferrante sandwiched power play goals around Will Trischitta’s tally to wipe out a 3-0 Xaverian lead. Flyers’ goalie Jake Handy was named MVP. Xaverian got goals from Jack Silva, Aiden Rodriguez (PPG) and Matty Ryan (PPG).

Hunter Baldacci had the OT game-winner in the Flyers’ semifinal win against Marshfield while Xaverian outlasted St. John’s (S), 6-4. SJS rolled past Marshfield, 6-2, in the consolation game behind two goals each from Matt Meyers and Brendan Doherty.


Wellesley didn’t yield a goal en route to shutting out Westford Academy, 3-0, in the semifinals and Newton South in the title game, 2-0. Goalie Drew Hubbard earned MVP honors.

Westford Academy got two goals apiece from Sean Milanette and Kevin Egan to knock off Falmouth, 5-2, in the consolation game.


Host Walpole kept the title in town by squeezing past Shrewsbury, 2-1, in the championship game after doubling up Longmeadow in the semifinals, 4-2. Ryan McGlynn delivered the game-winner in the third period and goalie Jack Curran turned back 23 shots in the title game. Ethan Hunter’s natural hat trick provided the difference in the semifinals.


The tournament brought in two of Colorado’s top programs, Regis Jesuit and Valor Christian. CM got goals from five players and an 18-save effort by goalie Dom Walecka in a 5-2 win against Valor Christian. Walecka added an 18-save shutout of Regis Jesuit and the Knights’ Glen Considine scored the game’s only goal in OT. CM also tied Notre Dame (CT), 3-3, with ND prevailing in a shootout.

Bishop Fenwick fell to both Regis Jesuit, 5-2, and Valor Christian, 4-3, before bouncing past Bishop Feehan, 6-5.


Belmont went 2-0-1 at the Tuscan Kitchen Blue Devils Classic in Salem, NH defeating host Salem, 4-0, and Londonderry NH, 3-1, while tying Pinkerton of Derry NH, 2-2.

Franklin turned in a 1-1-1 effort and finished third at the Mount St. Charles Holiday Faceoff with a 2-2 tie against LaSalle College (PA) and a 6-4 decision of Fairfield (CT) Prep bracketing a 2-0 loss to MSC.

In non-league action, Burlington of the Middlesex Freedom got a hat trick from Sean Malone in a wild 6-5 decision of Billerica of the MVC/DCL One.

Kevin Doyle

Kevin Doyle

Kevin joined HNIB in 1990 and is a Senior Writer and Director of the Northern New England and Mass/R.I. High School Division camps. A veteran editor/writer of 40 years in the print and digital mediums, he has edited and produced original content and coordinated production for local and global publications and websites. He holds degrees from Merrimack College and Boston University and won multiple industry awards as Sports Editor of The Daily News of Newburyport and News Editor of The Amesbury News. He is the 2016 recipient of the North Shore Lifetime Commitment From the Community award presented by Moynihan Lumber and a 2017 Newburyport High School Wall of Fame inductee. He resides with his family in Portsmouth, NH. Email him at [email protected] and follow him on Twitter @kdoyle40
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