– Hendricken took down Mount St. Charles 5-1 to open February and remains the top team in Division 1. After a scoreless first, Nate Marshall (2), Griffin Cain and James Carrara all potted goals for a 4-0 lead after two. Antonio Lombardi opened the scoring in the third for MSC, but Aiden Ferriera capped things off. Colin Murray made 17 saves in the win and Cael Schneider had 25 stops despite the loss.
– LaSalle blew out North Kingstown 9-1, tied Greenwich (CT) 1-1 and then beat another non-conference foe Darien 4-3 on goals from Cam Tasca (2), Evan Barbosa and Vincent Healey. In the big win over NK, Boden Tomka had the only goal in the first before Tyler Garofalo, Ronan Peterson, Healey (2), Seamus Murphy and Mark Frateschi all scored in the second. Tim Coleman scored for NK before Matt Franco and Blake Santos finished it off.
– Mount St. Charles had a big bounce back after the loss to BH. MSC beat East Greenwich 3-2 thanks in large part to two goals and an assist from Kyle Smolin.
– Warwick fell to Burrillville 4-2, but came back to pick up an important 6-0 win over North Haven. Cooper Grossguth had a hat trick while Richie Cavanagh, Jacob Pickering and Sean Mullaney all scored as well.
– Portsmouth stayed hot with a 6-0 win over West Warwick. Joey Levreault and Andrew Alvanas each scored their 10th goals of the year in the first. James Lebrun opened the scoring in the second before Aidan Toner potted his 12th of the year and Steve Madden added another. Shane Temple capped the scoring in the third. Steve Dutra made 15 saves for the shutout.
– Narragansett/Chariho is right on the heels of Portsmouth for top D2 team in the state. N/C beat Mt. Hope Co-op 6-3. Jackson Harney opened the scoring for Hope before JD Abbott made it 1-1 after 1. Ryleigh Grant gave Hope a 2-1 lead in the second, but Brady Grislis, Ethan Travis, Connor Gilmore answered in the second. Harney added another before Preston Abbott potted two to close it out.
– South Kingstown continues to go about its business, staying in the hunt with a 7-2 win over Cranston and a 2-1 win over Coventry. Eison Nee grabbed his 15th goal of the year early and Cody Granville (11 and 12) followed. Justin Drohen opened the second period with a goal for Cranston, but Robert Dwyer and Declan Friedt scored for SK. Jared Prior had Cranston’s other goal in the third while Ethan Hood scored and Mark Zullo scored his first.
– Lincoln is also continuing to stake its claim for legitimate contention in D2 after a 2-0 win over Coventry and a 1-1 tie with a good Rogers/Middletown/Tiverton team who’s also making noise. Carter Tillson and Jaden Bourski had the only two goals in the second period in the win over Coventry. Evan Agreen had a goal in the first for R/M/T that stood as the only one until a third period tally from Domino Costa tied it for Lincoln. R/M/T goalie Max Braun was phenomenal with 36 saves.