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Mass. Boys HS Hockey – Division 1: Patriot League Tournament: Hingham, Marshfield Will Collide For The Title

 SEMIFINALS: Hingham 5, Scituate 2 The Harbormen (12-1-0) spotted Scituate a 1-0 lead then took control with four unanswered goals, ending the Sailors’ 11-game unbeaten streak. Evan Corbett led the Hingham attack with two goals while Aidan Brazel, Bobby Falvey and Paul Forbes had one ...

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Mass. Boys HS Hockey – Patriot Cup: Hanover, Scituate Take Down Division 1 Powers; Plymouth North, Duxbury Advance

Whichever teams comes out victorious in the inaugural Patriot Cup boys’ hockey tournament already was going to make some history, but Hanover and Scituate apparently didn’t want to wait another week for the championship round. Saturday’s second-round action already featured a matchup between Hanover and ...

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Mass. HS Boys Hockey – Division 2 Top 10: Canton Holds Top Spot; Fellow Unbeaten Dighton-Rehoboth/Seekonk Cracks Rankings

We’re starting to hit the stretch run of the abbreviated Division 2 boys hockey season, but even with just two weeks remaining, it still seems some teams just are getting things going. Regardless, even with no state tournament ahead, there still are plenty of teams ...

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Mass Girls HS Hockey – Patriot League Girls Preview: League Features 12 Teams; Duxbury, Hingham Look Strong; ND Excited

No less than 12 teams will call the Patriot League home this winter, as several teams were added to help with scheduling in this unique season. This is how it will look: Keenan Division: Duxbury, Hingham, Marshfield, Whitman-Hanson/Silver Lake. Fisher Division: Cohasset/Hanover, Pembroke, Plymouth, Quincy/North ...

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Mass. Boys HS Hockey – Patriot League Fisher Division Preview: Co-State Champ Hanover Still Has Star Power; North Quincy, Scituate Remain Top Contenders

The Fisher Division will have a slightly new look this season, as Quincy moves over from the Keenan Division to make room for Hingham and Marshfield. But one thing that likely won’t change, is that Hanover has the firepower not only to lead the six-team ...

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