* Hanover coach Dick Dodds, now in his 36th season, earned his 500th career win Saturday night as the Marauders shut out Trinity, 5-0, at Campion Rink. Owen Stadheim scored twice, David Lehmann had a goal and an assist, and Charlie Plottner and Joey Goff both scored.
* Concord overpowered Central/West, 7-1, behind Drew Livingston’s hat trick, a pair of goals by Mike Stoddard and a goal and two assists each from Devin Philbrick and Derek Kelleher.
* Dakota Robinson turned in a 27-save performance, Ty Riviere scored two goals and Cody Sullivan had one as undefeated Pinkerton fought off upset-minded Londonderry, 3-1.
* Parker Roberto’s two goals drove Bedford past Manchester Memorial, 3-1. Cam Wasylak also scored for the Bulldogs and Kyle Greer had a pair of assists. Chuck Degust had 26 saves for Memorial.
*Spaulding senior Ashton Langis, sidelined by a shoulder injury that has essentially wiped out a year and a half of his career, returned Saturday to score twice in a 6-1 victory against Alvirne.
*Dover rolled past Merrimack, 7-1, behind a pair of goals from senior co-captain Jared Turgeon (assist) and a goal and an assist from Aiden McDonough.
*Trailing 1-0, Goffstown rattled off five unanswered tallies to topple St. Thomas Aquinas, 6-3. Max Lajeunesse scored twice for the Grizzlies while Griffin Cook, Mike Fortin, Colby Gamache and Sebastian Beal had a goal each.
*Merrimack got a goal and an assist apiece from Isaiah Kepnes and Zach Siemerling in a 3-2 win against Winnacunnet. Greg Bourque also scored for the Tomahawks.
*Kennett’s Michael Seavey broke a scoreless tie with less than three minutes to play, then both he and Mackenzie Murphy added ENGs in the Eagles’ 3-0 win against John Stark/Hopkinton. Kennett keeper John Biggio posted his third straight shutout and fourth overall.
*Monadnock got a goal from Lincoln Blodgett at 14 seconds of OT for a 4-3 upset of Berlin/Gorham. Goals by Josh Roy and Cole Elfreich pulled Monadnock even in the third period. Cam Cochran (2 goals) and Sawyer Sanschagrin scored for the Mountaineers.
*Surging Somersworth/Coe-Brown sailed past Laconia/Winnisquam, 6-0, behind a six-point night by Gage Gagne (3 goals, 3 assists). Cam Frank (2 goals, 3 assists) and Connor Cossette (goal, 3 assists) also had big games.