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New Hampshire HS Highlights: Pratt completes Bishop Guertin comeback with OT winner

DIVISION ONE

*Bishop Guertin erased a 3-1 deficit to upend Concord in OT, 4-3, on Aaron Pratt’s game-winner. Pratt also had two assists and Pat Madden, Ben Peterson and Liam Nye scored in regulation for the Cardinals. Drew Livingston delivered a hat trick for the Crimson Tide.

Eric Favreau
Trinity

*Anthony Dizillo clicked for his second straight hat trick as Trinity skated past Memorial, 6-1. Jimmy Kosiarski added two goals and Eric Favreau scored one for the Pioneers.

*Concord crunched Exeter, 9-1, as Colin Kastle (2 assists) and Drew Livingston scored two goals each. Mike Stoddard (goal, 2 assists), Shane Reilly (goal, assist) and Liam O’Brien (goal, 2 assists) also had multi-point games for the Crimson Tide.

DIVISION TWO

*Dover swamped Bow, 6-1, behind two goals from Garrett Swan. The Green Wave got single tallies from Wyatt Allaire, Trevor Gnall, Jameson Goodridge and Jared Turgeon.

Ryan Ellis
Spaulding

*Ryan Ellis scored his second goal in OT to lift Spaulding past Merrimack, 4-3. Adam Enscoe and Hunter Camire also scored while Garrett Langis and Ashton Langis delivered three assists apiece. Brendan Stanley amassed 33 saves.

Mackenzie Murphy
Kennett

*Paddy Vetter and Jake McGuire both had a goal and an assist as St. Thomas Aquinas shut out D1 Bishop Brady, 3-0. Matt MacLean also scored and Chris Eno had 14 saves for the shutout.

DIVISION THREE

*Senior captain Mackenzie Murphy became the first defenseman in program history to score 100 career points as Kennett handled D2 Kingswood, 7-2.

*Cole Elfriech and Chris Boucher both had hat tricks in Monadnock’s 11-1 romp past Laconia/Winnisquam. Connor Johnson scored for LW.

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