East Greenwich 4, South Kingstown 2
East Greenwich overcame a 2-1 deficit. Nick Paskalis had two goals, and Jack Fox and Lucas Ventura added the others for the winners. Matt McKenzie had three assists.
Colin Leclerc and Evan Adams scored goals for South Kingstown.
Smithfield 3, Notre Dame Fairfield (Conn.) 1
Ryan Falls, Sean Martin and Joe Catarina had goals for Smithfield, and Martin, Falls and Ben Thibeault added assists. William Fox made 15 saves for the win.
La Salle 3, Fairfield Prep (Conn.) 2
Brayden Edwards’ overtime goal sealed it for La Salle in the Mount St. Charles Holiday Classic at Adelard Arena. Austin Tasca and Eric Markey also scored.
Bishop Hendricken 3, La Salle College (Penn.) 2
Jacob Tivey’s goal late in the third proved to be the game-winner in the first round of the Mount St. Charles Holiday Faceoff Tournament. Brady Berard and Matt Dumond had goals for the winners.
Mount St. Charles Academy 3, Franklin 2 (OT)
Mount St. Charles overcame a 2-1 deficit in the third period with two goals by Trey Bourque, the winner coming in overtime. Bailey Thibeault scored earlier against the Massachusetts opponent. John Belisle and Chris Baxter each had two assists. Ryan Forget made 27 saves in the victory.
Smithfield 4, Lewiston (Maine) 3
Rafael Negron scored the only goal in a shootout in the annual St. Dominic’s Holiday Classic in Lewiston, Maine. Pearse McCullough had a goal and two assists for the Sentinels. Chris Watt and Ryan Pompaselli each scored as well for the Sentinels.
East Greenwich 3, PCD/St. Raphael/Wheeler 2
Cory Szabo had the game-winning goal. Szabo had two assists. Dom Raposa scored twice in the third period for the losers. Conrad Swanson and Spencer Hallagan also scored for East Greenwich.
Burrillville 7, Cranston West 1
Ryan Deschamps had two goals and an assist, and Brayden Deschamps added three assists. Elliot Lafond also had a big night with a goal and two assists. Jaycob Hargreaves had the only goal for West.
Bishop Hendricken 4, La Salle Academy 3
Hendricken’s Cam Toussaint scored the game-winning goal in a shootout. Colin Chapman scored twice for the Rams, who led, 2-0. Zenas Kennedy added the other. Matt Dumond, Dylan Webber and Jack Dean scored for the winners in regulation.