MIAA D3 South Quarterfinals: Defending state champ Hanover ousted

Dom Nicastro
Dom Nicastro
Dom Nicastro is a veteran sportswriter and journalist whose credits include the Gloucester Daily Times, Salem News, Lawrence Eagle-Tribune and Boston Magazine. This is his seventh season working for Hockey Night in Boston Magazine. He covers boys Eastern Mass. Division 3 and Rhode Island. He can be reached via email at [email protected]

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Rockland 1, Hanover 0 (SO)

The Bulldogs knocked out No. 1 Hanover, 1-0, in a shootout classic. It’s the Indians’ first loss to a fellow Division 3 team this year. The Bulldogs earned a date in the semifinals against Nantucket (Wednesday, March 8, 4:30 p.m., Gallo Arena, Bourne), which pulled off a 5-4 win over Norwell. Zach Callahan and Matt Dunn had shootout goals, and Harry O’Brien earned the shutout for the win. O’Brien’s save on Ryan Phillips sealed the win in the shootout.Hanover’s Kevin Chandler had an impressive game in net but came up short.

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Nantucket 5, Norwell 4 (OT)

James Lester’s goal a little more than three minutes into overtime sealed it for the Whalers. Ethan Fey made the original shot. The Whalers remained undefeated in the win. Ed Fettucia, Joe Trebino (two) and Sam Williams scored for Norwell, Austin Starr, Ben Jenkinson (two) and Simon Johnson also scored for Nantucket.

Scott Shorrock

Dartmouth 4, Hull/Middleboro 1

Scott Shorrock, Max Andrade (two) and Mike Nicolosi scored the goals for Dartmouth.For Middleboro/Hull, Alex Steinman scored to give the team a lead. But it was the only lead it had.

Old Rochester 4, Hopkinton 3 (2 OT)

Sam Henrie had a hat trick for Old Rochester, and he had an assist on Noah Strawn’s game-winner in the 3-on-3 second overtime for the Old Rochester win over Hopkinton. DJ Sloan had two goals for Hopkinton, and Will Abbott added the other.

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