New Hampshire HS Hockey – Division 1 First Round: Trinity, Bishop Guertin, Salem Advance To Saturday’s Quarterfinal Round

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Brendan Heppler turned away all 20 shots he faced as #6 Trinity (10-7-2) downed #11 Keene (7-12) in a Division 1 First Round matchup, 5-0. Senior Finn McDonough scored a goal in each period to lead Trinity. Tyler Manning put Trinity up 1-0 early in the first and McDonough’s first goal made it 2-0 to close out the period. McDonough’s goal in the second was the only tally and Trinity held a 3-0 lead going to the third period. Aidan Palmeter’s goal in the first minute of the third period followed by McDonough’s third goal of the game closed the door on Keene. Aidan Hurley registered one assist. Keene junior Goalie, Orion Murphy, made 34 saves in the loss.  Trinity will take on # 3 Exeter (12-5-1) in the Quarterfinals on Saturday in Exeter.

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Salem

– #8 Salem (10-9) knocked off # 9 Manchester (9-10) by a score of 7-3. Jackson Maietta had a hat trick and Brady Ferreira notched two goals to power the Blue Devils. Jason Ciarcia had one goal, Jake Barton had a goal and an assist and Luke Barton had 2 assists. Salem opened a quick two goal lead, but Manchester would score three unanswered and hold a 3-2 lead at the end of the first period. It would be all Salem from there though. Salem goalie Colby Savageau got the win making 22 saves. For Manchester, Parker Burgess, Mack Tripp, and Matt LaForge had goals in the loss. Salem moves on to take on undefeated # 1 seed Concord (16-0-2) on Saturday.

– #7 Bishop Guertin (9-7-3) edged #10 Pinkerton (7-11-1) 1-0 in a low scoring affair. The Cardinals got on the board halfway through the second period when Cosmo Siano scored on a feed from Austin Abbott.  BG managed to kill off a five-minute major in the first and a double minor with under four minutes left in the game to escape with the win. BG goalie P.J. Benites stopped all 20 shots he faced while Pinkerton keeper Damien Carter made 31 saves in the loss.  Bishop Guertin will meet up with #2 seed Bedford (15-2-1) on Saturday in a quarterfinal matchup.

** Compiled by Brett Ricci

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