No. 1 John Stark/Hopkinton 8, No. 8 Kennett 3
The General Hawks unveiled a new line and it paid off in a big way against Kennett. The trio of Brett Patnode (2 goals, 3 assists), Paul Molnar ( 2 goals, assist) and Nolan Sauer (goal, 4 assists) accounted for 13 points. Benny Madden, Tyler Scordo and Owen Olson also scored. JSH (18-1-0) takes on Berlin in Wednesday’s semifinal. Trevor Olivier, Colby Hall and Cody Bryan each scored for Kennett, which finishes up 7-12-0
No. 2 Monadnock/Fall Mountain 6, No. 7 Pembroke/Campbell 0
MFM rolled as Chris Boucher logged two goals and two assists. Lincoln Blodgett, Eric Chase, Justin Joslyn and Luke Gay also scored to lead the way to Wednesday’s semifinal match against Belmont/Gilford. Pembroke/Campbell completed a 7-12-0 campaign.
No. 3 Belmont/Gilford 2, No. 6 Hollis/Brookline-Derryfield 1 (2 OT)
Belmont/Gilford (14-5-0) survived HBD’s upset bid when Joey Blake buried the game-winner at 6:35 of the second overtime. Cam Jarvi scored in regulation to help BG reach Wednesday’s semifinal against Monadnock/Fall Mountain. Hollis/Brookline-Derryfield wrapped up a 9-10-0 season.
No. 4 Berlin 7, No. 5 Moultonborough/Inter-Lakes 0
The Mountaineers (13-6-0) had no trouble advancing to Wednesday’s semifinal against John Stark/Hopkinton. The General Hawks swept the season series. MAIL finished up at 9-10-0.
Wednesday, March 6
At Plymouth State University
No. 3 Belmont/Gilford vs. No. 2 Monadnock/Fall Mountain 5:30 pm
No. 1 John Stark/Hopkinton vs. No. 4 Berlin 7:30 pm