Catching up with some recent highlights from the Ocean State:
– Moses Brown beat the snow and Warwick 5-3. Warwick took a 2-0 lead after two, but goals from Tyler Rose (2) and Aidan Aagarwal with a Ryan Barlow goal thrown in for Warwick made it 3-3 after two. MB pulled away in the third with two goals from Hank Allesandro (6 on the season) while 28 saves from Cam Lucier.
– That same night, East Greenwich put up six goals against Mt. St. Charles and waltzed to a 6-1 win. Matt McKenzie had the lone goal of the first period, but EG got two more in the second from Chase Paskalis and goals from Corey Szabo, Mike Healey and Sonny Arsenault. Mt. St. Charles’ lone goal came from Antonio Lombardi in the third.
– LaSalle continued to set the pace with a solid 6-2 victory over arguably its closest contender, Bishop Hendricken, two nights after hammering Burrillville 6-1. The win over BH pushed the Rams to 14-1-0 overall on the year as Cam Tasca, Dylan Johnson, Andrew Bradley, Mark Frateschi, Ronan Peterson and Zach Smith tallying goals. As if that wasn’t enough, the Rams went to 15-1 with a 3-2 win over Mt. St. Charles the follow game. Johnson, Ben Riccitelli and Peterson had the goals while Max Cute had 16 saves.
– The biggest tilt of the recent weekend in D2 was between North Kingstown and Roger/Middletown. Two of the top teams in the standings hit the ice and it was NK skating away with a 4-1 win. Jake Horsman made it 1-0 after one and two goals from Gately Conall in the second pushed it to 3-0 before Luc Guerin scored for R/M. Conall finished off a hat trick in the third for the W.
– That same night, Lincoln continued to hang around with a 6-4 win over PCD/St. Rays and then with a rare game on Tuesday, came away with a huge 4-3 overtime win in a rematch. Jake Kye had 3 goals and Nathan Turcotte had two in the first meeting. Junior Chase Hall led the way in the rematch with two goals and an assist. Freshman Michael DeStefano scored his first goal and added an assist while Devin Cormier scored the game winner seven seconds into OT.
– South Kingstown and Mt. Hope/East Providence also beat the snow on the 28th and skated to a 3-3 tie. Cody Granville had two third period goals for South Kingstown while Ryan Colson had one in the first. Oliver Browne and Riley Feeney had tallies for Mt. Hope/East Providence. MHEP’s Brett Therien had 35 saves while SK’s Hamilton Awe only saw 14 shots.
– That same night, Narragansett and Ponaganset skated to a 4-4 tie of their own. Narragansett took a 2-0 lead after one on goals from Ben Avedisian and Jacob Correira. Jack Rebello and Jake Steinkamp each scored for Ponaganset in the second, sandwiched around a Sean O’Brien goal for Narragansett to cut it to 3-2. Correira added another in the third, but Cam Kenney and Will Dwyer each potted goals to earn the tie.