Ty Turgeon’s hat trick drove No. 4 St. Thomas Aquinas past No. 8 Bishop Guertin, 4-2. Zane Angelopoulos had 29 saves while Glen Wisell had a goal and Dakota Pidgeon had three assists.
No. 3 Manchester Memorial rode goalie Brandon Mackenie’s 25-save performance past Concord, 5-0. The defending State Champs got goals from Bryce Jacob, Matt Fitzgerald, Bryer Bilodeau, Shane Allen and Brady Sufat.
No. 2 Nashua North remained unbeaten with a 3-1 win against No. 9 Hanover. Jon Wilson, Jake Latham and Dan LeBlanc scored the Titans’ goals.
Undefeated No. 1 Salem stopped No. 10 Pinkerton, 4-1, on goals from Kyle Nagri, Paul Antkowiak, John Gray and Kyle Svenson. Ethan Landry scored for Pinkerton.
Curtis Harper erupted for four goals and Eric Coburn had five assists as No. 7 Londonderry stormed past Bishop Brady, 8-1. Mike Donlan added two goals and Pat Maloney and Brett Evangelista netted one apiece.
Brent Phillips scored two goals and Nick Bennett and Zander Allen added one apiece as No. 4 Spaulding toppled No. 9 Lebanon, 4-1. Addison Doble and Justin Jewell contributed two assists each and Tim Munroe earned the win in goal.
No. 7 Somersworth/Coe-Brown got two goals each from Ryan Cordeiro and Dakota Hippern in a 5-3 win against Timberlane. Ben Bailey also scored and Joe Boulanger finished with 21 saves.
No. 1 Bedford pulled away from upset-minded No. 8 Goffstown, 5-2, with third-period goals. After the Grizzlies’ Mason Mable tied it, 2-2, the defending State Champs counterd with goals from Neil Soucy, Nate Boyd and Chris Viola.
No. 2 Bow delivered an early message as it doubled up No. 3 Dover, 6-3. Jake Rand led the Falcons with two goals. Tyler Herrick, Chris Fournier, Jeremy Duhamel and Devin Barker had a goal apiece and Robber Margeson stopped 18 shots.
No. 6 Windham/Pelham handled Alvirne, 6-1, behind two goals and an assist from Dustin Lubinger. Chad Desautels, John Monahan, Porter Carelli and Brad Saklad also scored and Michael Donovan steered aside 19 Broncos’ bids.
Cody Burns’ second goal of the game at 1:14 of OT gave Moultonborough/Inter-Lakes a 3-2 win against Kearsage. Dylan Sheehan also scored for the MAILers while Will Aufranc and Ben Newbern found the net for Kearsage.
No. 5 John Stark/Hopkinton subdued No 8 ConVal, 7-1, for its first win of the season. Jake Blanchette and Peter Sawitsky led the defending State Champs with two goals and an assist apiece. Kyle Kolehmainen and Robbie Ferguson both contributed a goal and two assists and Just Bowen had a goal for the Generals.
Brady Marchewka turned back 33 shots as No. 2 Portsmouth edged No. 3 Souhegan, 4-3, in an impressive road performance. Reed Williamson delivered the game-winner for the Clippers with 1:33 left in regulation.