– Fairfield Prep handed Notre Dame-West Haven (13-2-1) its first in-state loss this season, beating the defending Division I state champions 5-1. Blake Baksay recorded three goals and one assist, while Justin Lewis made 25 saves. The Green Knights’ only other loss came back on Dec. 27, 7-1 to Catholic Memorial of Massachusetts.
– Jeremy Wagner recorded his fourth shutout this season and the school-record 10th of his career as Newington Co-op blanked South Windsor 2-0. The Nor’easters were coming off a 4-3 overtime win over Hall, their second in three days.
– Norwalk/McMahon beat Wilton 6-4, snapping a four-game losing streak. Grady Connell recorded two goals and an assist, helping the co-op overcome a 3-1 deficit.
– Wilton fell to 0-5-1 over its last six following a 5-0 loss to Staples. Aaron Kail stopped all 29 shots he faced to earn the Wreckers’ first shutout this season. Tyler DiMaio and four others scored, while Domenic Petrosinelli and Nikos Ninios had three assists apiece.
– Woodstock Academy beat North Branford 6-1 behind a four-goal second period. Donny Sousa and Max Larkin each scored twice.
– Drew DePodesta’s goal with 7:35 remaining lifted Cheshire to a 3-2 victory over fellow Division II contender Wethersfield. Two days later, the Eagles rebounded with a 4-0 victory over the CT Eagles. Ryan Adduci netted his first varsity goal and Owen Thulen was perfect in net.
– Continuing his big week, DePodesta followed Will Gaudet’s hat trick with one of his own in an 8-5 victory over the Eastern CT Eagles. Rocco Ocone-Krause added two goals for the Rams.
– Alex Petersen got the scoring started for North Haven, which coasted past Daniel Hand 6-1.
– East Haven Co-op salvaged a 2-2 tie with Watertown/Pomperaug after goals from Jack Leary and Griffin Nemoto had given the Warriors a two-goal lead.
– SGWL (1-16) edged Housatonic Co-op 4-3, becoming the last team in Connecticut to score a victory. SGWL had lost its first 15 games, including 14 by multiple goals.
– Guilford was no match for Branford’s Matt Morgan, who scored five times in the Hornets’ 8-5 victory. Branford followed that up by topping Farmington Valley 4-1 behind a solid performance from Dante Dilegge in net.
– Tommy Branca and three others scored, helping Darien bounce back with a 4-1 win over Ridgefield. The Blue Wave shut out St. Joseph 6-0 the following day and will head into their regular season finale against Notre Dame-West Haven at 12-4-3 overall.
– Newtown/New Fairfield picked up a pair of out-of-state victories, beating Fox Lane (N.Y.) 8-3 and Mt. Everett (Mass.) 4-0 behind a shutout from Garrett McCollam.
– CJ Sherwood scored four times to help North Branford down the Eastern CT Eagles 5-1. Mike Matteo tallied two assists.
– Glastonbury made quick work of East Catholic, rolling to a 7-1 win. Ben Howey, Michael Rodriguez and Kyle Gianetti scored as part of a three-goal first period.
– Somerset Berkley improved to 17-1-0 on the season with a 7-0 win over Cambridge. Luke Gauvin, Liam Derocher and Davis Sullivan all netted a pair of goals. Nate Melo also scored and Mason Sullivan chipped in three assists.
– Walpole skated to a 3-3 tie with King Philip for MIAA purposes, but won 4-3 in a shootout to advance to the Songin Cup Finals. Jason Finkelstein, Ryan Jackson and Matt Bianculli all scored. In the final, the Timberwolves downed North Attleboro, 7-1, behind four goals from Bianculli.
North Attleboro earned the right to face Walpole in the Songin Cup Final after a 6-5 win over Mansfield. Mark Ayvazyan had a big night with two goals and two assists. Joe Quinn and Kaden Burns also each netted a pair.
– Tewksbury blanked D1 Winchester for their 17th win of the season. Jeremy Insogna scored a pair of goals and Tyler Barnes the other. Ben O’Keefe had another solid outing in net earning his eighth shutout of the season.
– Oliver Ames had a huge 3-2 win over Plymouth South. Dan Paul, Jack Perron and Matt Lawson all scored. Brandon Burke had 23 saves in net.
– Silver Lake downed Bridgewater-Raynham 7-2 behind senior captain Aiden Dunphy’s big night. The captain had three goals and two assists in the win to surpass the 100-point mark in his impressive high school hockey career.
– Boston Latin shut out Latin Academy 4-0 with goals from Aidan Fitzpatrick, Matthew Carrera, Patrick Harnan and Richard Bova.
– Lowell Catholic beat Bishop Stang 3-1. Jake Cabral had two goals for the Crusaders in the win.
– Hopkinton handed Lynnfield its first loss of the season beating them 5-4 in round one of the Farleigh S. Dickinson Tournament. Joe Carrazza netted the winning goal with 1:15 left. Pavit Mehra scored a hat trick and Joe Scardino also scored. The Hillers then went on to blank Martha’s Vineyard 5-0 to win the tournament for the third consecutive year. Scardino and Dylan Mansur had two goals each and Cam MacPherson the other.
– Gloucester beat Swampscott 9-2 behind four goals from Colby Jewell. Brett Cunningham, Brady Salah, Chris Karvelas, Drew White and Cade Cooper also scored for the Fishermen.
– Duxbury beat Archbishop Williams in the first round of the Buddy Ferreira Classic, 3-1. Reilly Murray, Connor O’Connell and Aiden Harrington all scored. Sam Mazanec was strong between the pipes.
– Minnechaug closed out their regular season with a 2-1 win over Northbridge. David Noel had both goals for the Falcons. Drew VanZandt had two assists and John Pollard had 29 saves in goal.
– Concord-Carlisle clinched a playoff spot with a 3-2 win over Bedford. Noah Thorpe scored a pair and Jay Carter had the other.
– Canton avenged an earlier season loss to Franklin with a thrilling 2-1 overtime win. Griffin Hughes scored the game-winner. Colin Blake also scored for the Bulldogs.
– Wilmington won 6-3 over Melrose and coach Steve Scanlon earned his 375th career win. Nathan Alberti netted a hat trick. Brian Barry, Brett Ebert and Casey Robbins also scored.
– Plymouth North earned a 4-3 overtime win over D1 Barnstable. Josh Bates scored the overtime winner. Logan Greeley, Aidan Mackenzie and Sean Hallissey also scored in the win.
– Bishop Feehan held on for a 3-2 win over Malden Catholic. Mary Lamoriello, Chloe Bryda and Isabella Hasenfus each had a goal for the Shamrocks. On Monday the Shamrocks edged King Philip, 2-1, with both goals from Molly Braga and 41 saves by Avery Blanchard.
– Lucy Irwin had two goals, and Kailin Sullivan and Gianna DeMedeiros each had one as Central Catholic doubled up Wayland-Weston, 4-2.
– Norwood picked up a key 4-3 win over Martha’s Vineyard thanks to goals by Morgan Roach, Michaela Reen, Micaela Brown and Lindsay Rogers. With a goal and assist in the game, Morgan Roach reached the 100-career point mark.
– Two goals by Lanie Cawley propelled Frankin to a 4-2 win over Westwood in its final regular season tilt. Ava Vilella and Julia Flynn added goals for the Panthers, who head into the post-season 9-8-3.
– Shawsheen/Bedford outlasted Masconomet, 6-5, thanks to three goals from Violet Lorusso, two from Becca Sobol and one from Paige Fuller.
– Canton squeezed passt Algonquin/Hudson, 2-1, in a rematch of last year’s D2 title game. Anna Lehan and Abby Brogan had the goals for the Bulldogs.
– Hingham rallied from two goals down to beat Pembroke, 4-2. Addison Garrity scored a pair of goals, while Caroline Doherty and Abigail Kennedy had a goal apiece.
– Bishop Fenwick toppled Weymouth, 4-1, as Abbey Millman, Abi Bruner, Molly Sullivan and Mya Jewell found the back of the net.
– Goals by Sammi Ryan, Kat Schille, Hannah Forget, Sarah Doherty and Breena Lawrence powered Methuen/Tewksbury to a 5-1 win over Beverly/Danvers.
– Meghan Carney scored the lone goal in Duxbury’s key 1-0 win over Sandwich.
– Jenna Chaplain, Abbie Poole and Gabbi Oakes each had a goal as St. Mary’s got past HPNA, 3-1. Maggie Pierce then scored a pair of goals in St. Mary’s 4-0 blanking of Billerica/Chelmsford.
– King Philip held off Braintree, 4-3. Kelly Holmes fired home two goals for KP. Mara Boldy and Katie McGann each scored once.
– Ella Spinazola and Meaghan Keough each had a goal as Woburn slipped past Belmont, 2-1.
– Reading knocked off Arlington, 2-1, with goals from Gianna Bonfillio and Ally Sumner.
– Goals from Kiera Sweeney and Abby Gropman gave W/E Bridgewater a 2-1 win over Nantucket. The two teams met the next day as well, and Nantucket came away with its first win of the season, a 3-2 victory on Emerson Pikarcik‘s goal with 4.8 seconds left in regulation.
– Both Emily Coogan and Alana Nevin had six-point games as Martha’s Vineyard downed Scituate, 7-3. Coogan scored four goals and had two assists, while Nevin scored twice and dished out four assists.