* Sophomore Anthony Dizillo’s second goal 15 seconds into extra time gave Trinity a 5-4 win against Bedford. Marc L’Heureux also scored twice and Jack Hutchins had one goal. Jake Sanclemente, Parker Roberto, Owen Roberto and Jon Giroux scored for Bedford.
* Concord outlasted Bishop Guertin, 5-4, behind two Kyle McKinnon goals. Shane Riley, Devin Philbrick and Cam Lariviere also scored for the Crimson Tide. Ben Young (two), Pat Madden and Mike Kiely had the Guertin goals.
* Brendan Doyle exploded for four goals in Exeter’s 5-3 upset of Hanover. Sam Perry also scored for the Blue Hawks.
* Evan Soucy scored twice in Nashua North/Souhegan’s 5-2 win against Manchester Memorial. Justin Russell scored both Memorial goals.
* Colby Gamache notched a hat trick and Griffin Cook and Colin Burker connected for two goals each as Goffstown rolled over Winnacunnet, 9-0.
* At one point 0-11, Spaulding won for third time in four games by upending Portsmouth/Newmarket, 2-1. Hunter Camire scored the game-winner early in the third period. Riley Ducharme also scored and Brendan Stanley had 27 saves for the win.
* Brian Langevin (assist) scored twice in Keene’s 4-2 win against Merrimack. Zach Stimeling had both goals for the Tomahawks.
* Merrimack and Lebanon-Stevens/Mount Royal battled to a 3-3 tie. Dylan Sadowski (two) and Drew Lemire scored for the Tomahawks. Joey Dupree, Mason Adams and Jon Cloud scored for LSMR.
* Paul Molnar (assist) had two goals and Jameson Bourque made 17 saves in John Stark/Hopkinton’s 5-0 win against ConVal/Conant. Cooper Rivers, Nolan Sauer and Brett Patnode also scored.
* Kennett got goals from Colby Hall, Miles Woodbury, Trevor LaRusso and Connor Tofflemoyer in its 4-2 win against Moultonborough/Inter-Lakes.
* Three third-period goals pushed Belmont/Gilford past Berlin/Gorham, 3-1. Troy Gallagher’s GWG was bracketed by strikes from Joey Blake and Trevor Chassie.
* Monadnock/Fall Mountain shut out Hollis/Brookline-Derryfield behind two goals each from Chris Boucher (2 assists) and Justin Joslyn. Isaac Jasinski had the shutout and Dominic Dow also scored.
* Jared Sanborn had a hat trick and Dylan Terenzoni scored twice for Hollis/Brookline-Derryfield in its 8-3 decision of Sanborn.