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Patriots Skate Past Westboro

December 27, 2018

The North Middlesex boys hockey team got a pair of power-play goals from junior Will Morrissey to outlast Westboro, 3-1, in a CMass. crossover game at the Wallace Civic Center.

BOYS HOCKEY

N. Middlesex 3

Westboro 1

Trent Costa scored the eventual game-winner early in the third period for North Middlesex Regional. Sophomore goaltender Thomas Kelly was outstanding between the pipes with 28 saves.

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North Middlesex improved to 3-2 overall.

Tewksbury 7

Gorham (Maine) 1

Sophomore Will O’Keefe had a hat trick to lead the Redmen to this win at the Portland Holiday Tournament.

Freshman defenseman Caden Connors dished out a pair of assists. Mike Arsenault and Cole Stone each had a goal and an assist for Tewksbury (3-1).

Rockport 3

Nashoba Tech 1

Junior Dylan Stoia netted his 1st career varsity goal, but it wasn’t enough for Nashoba Tech (2-3).

Ryan Silva had the assist for the Vikings.

Littleton 12

Stoughton 0

Ryan Hunt had 2 goals and 5 assists as Littleton (3-1-1) dominated the ice.

Ben Canfield and Jordan Blair combined for the shutout in net. Ben Hays (4 goals), Derek Peterson (2 goals), James Peterson (2 goals) and Justin Montepeluso (1 goal, 2 assists) also had a big game for the Tigers.

Walpole 3

Lowell Catholic 2

The Lowell Catholic came away with a regulation tie against a strong Walpole team, but fell in double-overtime.

Colin Gleason was solid in net with 24 saves. Michael DiBacco had 2 assists. Alex Graves and James Giblin had the tallies for the Crusaders.

Dover-Sherborn 4

Shawsheen Tech 3

It will go down as a tie for record purposes, but Dover-Sherborn won the game in overtime at the Hillie Classic in Haverhill.

Owen Sullivan had a goal and an assist for Shawsheen (1-0-1), while DJ DeRose handed out 2 assists. Anthony Papa scored his first career varsity goal and Drew Theodos also had a goal for the Rams.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Greater Lowell 52

Hollis-Brookline 48

Playing in the Salem (N.H.) Holiday Classic, Aliza Som poured in 31 points to power Greater Lowell to the overtime win. Som added 4 rebounds as the Gryphons improved to 6-0.

Araceli Lopez had 8 point for GLT, while Michaela Kelly had 6 points and 8 rebounds.

Annie LaGrega was a defensive standout.

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