Littleton is Tourney Champ
The Littleton High boys hockey team captured the Bellingham Christmas Tournament championship with a 6-0 win over their hosts in the final.
Ryan Hunt scored 2 goals for LHS (4-1-1) and was named the Tournament MVP.
Littleton outshot Bellingham 28-18 and Ben Canfield stopped all 18 to post the shutout. Other Littleton goal-scorers were Danny Angell, Justin Montepeluso, James Peterson and Dan Paxton.
Maddox Lizotte and James Peterson both earned 2 assists for the Tigers.
The Redmen picked up a going-away present in the Holiday Classic Invitational at Southern Maine University in Gorham.
Kyle Lombardo, Robert Casey and Aaron Scott chalked up goals for Tewksbury, while Lombardo, Aaron Scott, Cole Stone and Jason Cooke earned assists.
Chase Perault and Patrick Letourneau split the duties in goal. Tewksbury is 5-1 overall.
The Rams skated to a draw with host Haverhill High in a consolation round game at the Hillies Holiday Classic.
Nick Farrell got the goal for Shawsheen Tech (1-0-2) early in the first period, with assists doled out to D.J. DeRose and Owen Sullivan.
Haverhill scored late in the third period to earn the deadlock. Shawsheen goalie Cam Neault was solid with 24 saves.
Senior Tyler Guillemette tipped-in a cross-ice pass from Jason Bunyan for the game-winner late in the third period for Westford in the Ray Kenney Classic at Falmouth.
The game was tied 1-1 after two periods before five goals were scored in the final stanza.
Freshman Ryan McCarthy scored the first two goals of his varsity career in the win for WA. Kevin Bruskiewitz had the other tally. Bunyan and C.J. Pacifico both had 2 assists and freshman goalie Colin Winn made 24 saves in net for the victory.
Bp. Guertin 2
The teams were tied through regulation and overtime and went to a five-man shootout, with Franklin prevailing 3 goals to 2.
The game was part of the Mt. St. Charles Tournament in Rhode Island. BG is now 2-4 overall, 2-2 in N.H.
Avery Abbott and Aidan Wilkie (Groton) scored the Cardinal goals, and goaltender Chris Sullivan of Hudson, N.H., made 35 saves in his first varsity start.