– Another fantastic week for LaSalle. The Rams continued to roll with a big win over Warwick (3-0) and a 3-3 tie in another massive tilt against Bishop Hendricken. Andrew Bradley, Tyler Garofalo and Boden Tomka all scored in the win over Warwick while Caleb Jawharjian made 29 saves for another shut out. In the Hendricken showdown, Bradley was back at it again with two goals and Marcello Martinelli had another.
– Hendricken had another strong week as well, getting a dominant 5-0 win over East Greenwich with Avery Picchione notching his first career high school shutout, making five saves.
– Mt. St. Charles is back doing Mt. St. Charles things after a slow start. Now 3-2 after recent wins over Barrington (6-2) and North Kingstown (6-1) they’re a threat once again. Brayden Slack scored twice in the win over NK. Antonio Lombari, Tyler Carroll, Colden Lawrence and Kyle Smolan all scored as well. In the Barrington victory, Frankie Ryan, Smolan and Harrison Dumas scored in the third to pull away. Lombari also scored and Smolan and Dumas each scored in the first as well.
– Portsmouth is still unbeaten in league play after a dominant 10-3 win over Mt. Hope. Joey Levreault, Shane Temple, Dan Biello and Oliver Melanson all scored in the first to get things rolling. Levreault, Gavin Chouinard and Stoddard Rice scored in the second. Hayden Krzych and Henri Boneu added goals in the third. Portsmouth also picked up a 6-0 victory over Coventry. Levreault, Andrew Alvanas (2), Melanson and Aiden Toner (2) all registered goals in the win.
– South Kingstown got an enormous 5-3 win over Narragansett/Chariho. In a wild one, Gansett’ took a 1-0 lead after one on a goal by Sean Lyons. Declan Friedt tied it in the second, but Ethan Travis answered. Eison Nee and Mike Peters both scored in the frame. Nevin Dinonsie and Friedt sandwiched another Travis goal in the third. Lucas Gordon made 27 saves in the win while Mason Campbell posted 26 saves in the losing effort.
– Lincoln’s nice start continued with a recent 4-2 win over Cranston. Justin Drohen opened the scoring for Cranston, but Chase Hall, Mike DeStefano and Nick Pelosi all scored to grab a 3-1 lead. Harry Woloohojian cut it to 3-2 before Nathan Turcotte finished it off. Nathan Goff made 26 saves for the W.