North Andover won the championship.
In the quarterfinals, Jack Roe scored twice, TJ Fredo had a goal and an assist in North Andover’s 5-0 victory over the Raiders; Morrison scored twice as Groton/Dunstable downed Milton 5-2; and Turner snapped a 1-1 tie early in the second period of Chelmsford’s 3-1 win over Burlington.
In the semifinals, Jimmy Boyle had two goals and an assist and Keegan Hughes dished out three assists in North Andover’s 4-1 victory over Chelmsford; and Riley Duran’s second goal of the third period, with three seconds left, gave Woburn a 4-3 decision over Groton/Dunstable – Aidin Robinson with two goals and an assist and Mike Balleani two assists in the win and Logan Pearce 1-1-2 in the loss.
In the title game, Brady O’Brien scored with 6:57 left, Fredo followed 1:16 later and Ned Malolepszy scored with 31 seconds remaining to give North Andover a 5-4 victory over Woburn – Boyle with two assists in the win.
PLAYOFF MVP: Ned Malolepszy, North Andover
Melrose captured the crown.
In the quarterfinals, Eric Donlan forced overtime with9:25 left in regulation and Newton edged Lincoln/Sudbury 3-2 in a shootout; Worthley had a goal and two assists and Moriello and Alvarez-Segee both scored twice as Saugus topped the Vikings; and Amari tied the game with 1:23 left and Wright followed with 48.9 seconds on the clock to give North Middlesex nipped Acton-Boxboro 4-3 – Mike Zhang with 1-1-2 in the loss.
In the semis, Marks capped a hat trick with the winner with 5:38 left and also had an assist and Calvert posted 1-1-2 as Melrose got by Newton 4-3 – Priante with two goals in the loss; and Worthley wore the hat and had two assists and Moriello had 1-1-2 as Saugus topped North Middlesex 6-3 – Wright with 1-1-2 in the loss.
In the final, Marks scored what turned out to be the winner with 1:39 left in the second period and also had two assists as Melrose nipped Saugus 4-3 – Roscoe with two assists in the loss.
PLAYOFF MVP: Marks, Melrose
Concord-Carlisle won the championship.
In the quarterfinals, Figueria had two goals and two assists and Kelley had 1-1-2 as the Crusaders topped Lexington 6-1; and Toland capped a hat trick with 8:28 left, Hankey scored 1:26 later and Pentz capped the rally with 5:45 left as Lincoln/Sudbury defeated Littleton 5-4 – Campbell and Brown with 1-1-2 apiece in the loss.
In the semifinals, Dorr scored two goals in regulation and Concord-Carlisle scored a 3-2 shootout victory over the Crusaders, who forced overtime on two third-period goals by Kelley and Lincoln/Sudbury advanced past Reading.
In the title game, DeMarco delivered a goal and two assists and Ernst scored two goals in 23 seconds early in Concord-Carlisle’s 5-1 win over Lincoln/Sudbury.
PLAYOFF MVP: DeMarco, Concord-Carlisle
Somerville won the title.
In the quarterfinals, Austin Pacheco wore the hat and had an assist, Nikki Merkel and Josh Amaral both posted a goal and an assist and Aidan Donovan had two assists in Somerville’s 6-1 victory over Dracut; Aiden Leahy forced overtime with 4:43 left in regulation and Kyle Corlis scored with 2:24 remaining in the OT to give North Andover a 3-2 decision over Chelmsford; and Max Beaulac delivered two goals and an assist, Pat Stevens and Ryan Johnson both posted 1-2-3 and Jace Salame also scored twice in North Middlesex’s 5-2 win over Gardner.
In the semis, Cam Carreiro scored two late goals and Pacheco had a goal and an assists in Somerville’s 4-2 victory over North Andover; and Sean Doucet posted a goal and two assists, Ryan Tramonte scored twice and James Demeo had 1-1-2 as Bedford edged North Middlesex 5-4 – Chris Mucci and Johnson 1-1-2 apiece in the loss.
In the title game, Aiden Johnson had a goal and two assists and Carreiro and Pacheco both had a goal and an assist in Somerville’s 5-4 decision over Bedford, Tramonte with two goals and two assists and Doucet two assists in the loss.
PLAYOFF MVP: Austin Pacheco, Somerville
Danvers won the title.
In play-in games, Dylan Zocco scored the winner with 5:21 left and Matt Cappachietti scored twice as Beverly edged the Arlington Trojans 4-3; Dave Lynch came within 2:38 of a shutout and Mark Kobrenski scored twice as Reading trimmed Acton-Boxboro 3-1; and Dolan and Martinez both had 2-1-3 and DiCarlo two assists as the Arlington Wolfpack trimmed Stoneham 4-2.
In the quarterfinals, Papamichael came through with two goals and an assist, Farrell dished out three assists and Robinson scored twice as Danvers defeated Beverly 7-1; Bracjer scored four goals and Buckton set up two in Newton’s 6-2 victory over Littleton/Bromfield – No. 48 with both goals in the loss; Dallessio scored twice in Burlington’s 4-1 win over Reading; and Twin City advanced past the Arlington Wolfpack.
In the semis, Deschene wore the hat and had an assist, Bridgeo scored two goals in 41 seconds and Papamichael had two assists as Danvers downed Newton 7-1; and Dante Giannunzio scored all six goals and Anthony Tocci assisted on two in Twin City’s 6-2 victory over Burlington.
In the final, Deschene scored two late goals and Harvey them came through with 17 seconds remaining as Danvers scored all four goals in the third period and edged Twin City 4-3 – Giannunzio with two goals in the loss.
PLAYOFF MVPS: Harvey, Danvers and Giannunzio, Twin City
Andover Blue won the championship.
In the quarterfinals, Nate Byers scored two goals and set up another, Kevin DeMichaelis scored two goals in 49 seconds, Graham Dalton posted 1-1-2 and Chris Defeo had two assists as Andover Blue trimmed Andover Gold 7-4 – Charlie Winship with 2-1-3 and Nick Saunders two assists in the loss; Kaden Freelove wore the hat and had an assist, Stephen Toom scored twice and Cam Avery and Chris Skelley both posted 1-1-2 in Tyngsboro’s 7-1 win over Danvers; and Lynnfield/Saugus advance past Reading 1-0.
In the semis, William Hughes scored twice and Owen Christopher had a goal and an assist in Andover’s 5-1 victory over Tyngsboro; and Perry and Vetere both scored twice, Dolan posted 1-1-2, Reagan had two assists and Bryley pitched a shutout as North Andover downed Lincoln/Sudbury 6-0.
In the title game, Ned Williams pitched a shutout and Defeo scored with 3:49 left in the second period of Andover’s1-0 decision over North Andover.
PLAYOFF MVP: Ned Williams, Andover Blue
Burlington took home the crown.
In quarterfinal play, Witz forced overtime with a goal with 19 seconds left in regulation and Bruner scored with 2:38 left in the OT to give Georgetown a 3-2 win over the Patriots; Jack Pelkey scored twice and Colin Ryan and No. 16 both posted a goal and an assist as Chelmsford edged Gate City 4-3 — Sebastian Zeman with two goals in the loss; and Dylan Kuczek delivered 2-1-3 and Aaron Scarelli came within 3:12 of a shutout as Mill City downed Acton-Boxboro 4-1.
In the semis, Mike Marchese had 1-1-2 in Burlington’s 5-1 victory over Georgetown; and Pelkey scored twice in Chelmsford’s 4-1 triumph over Mill City.
In the title game, CJ Hacker capped Burlington’s four-goal first period with two goals, Fletcher Bilodeau had 1-1-2 and Jake Berglund pitched a shutout in Burlington’s 6-0 victory over Chelmsford.
PLAYOFF MVP: Jake Berglund, Burlington
Lexington won the title.
In the quarterfinals, Liam Hunt had a goal and an assist and Mikey DeAngelis snapped a 1-1 tie and Hunt followed 90 seconds later in the second period as Lexington downed Newton 4-1; Dylan Cianci wore the hat and had an assist, No. 61 scored twice and Jackson Ehwa had two assists as Groton/Dunstable scored four goals in the second period and edged Littleton/Bromfield 5-4; and Drago and Donahue both clicked for 1-1-2 as Melrose topped Milton 3-1.
In the semifinals, Lexington advanced past Melrose; and Cianci posted 1-2-3 and Andrew DiCesare had 1-1-2 in Groton/Dunstable’s 3-1 victory over Winthrop.
In the final, Will Smith erupted for six goals and an assist and DiCesare had 1-1-2 in Lexington’s 8-3 win over Groton/Dunstable.
PLAYOFF MVP: Will Smith, Lexington
Saugus won the championship.
In the quarterfinals, Ryan Murray scored 10 seconds into overtime to give Wilmington a 4-3 decision over North Andover -- Anthony Angiuoni forcing overtime with a goal with 2:39 left in regulation, while Joey Cornish posted 1-1-2 in the win and Carroll 1-1-2 in the loss; and Ben Nigro clicked for 2-1-3 in Arlington’s 4-1 win over Bedford.
In the semifinal, Jason Moynihan and Massey Ventre both scored twice and Lily Brazis had 1-1-2 as Saugus topped Arlington 6-2; and Will Alworth scored with 1:46 left in overtime to give Wilmington a 4-3 victory over Andover – Gannon Sylvester (1-2-3) forcing OT with a goal with 1:34 left in regulation, while Brendan Gruenberg had 2-1-3 and Nathan Carriuolo two assists in the loss.
In the title game, Jason Caron wore the hat, Manny Alvarez-Segee and Brazis both had a goal and an assist and Justin Plouffe pitched a shutout as Saugus defeated Wilmington 8-0.
PLAYOFF MVP: Lily Brazis, Saugus