Saturday Patriot League Hockey Results
The infractions showed no sign of rust as the Whitman-Hanson / Silver Lake and Quincy / North Quincy women’s hockey teams tied 4-4 at the Kingston Bog on Saturday.
Little separated the two teams in their first Patriot League games, with the score tied at two, three and four.
Sophomore Shea Kelleher led the way at WHSL with two goals and one assist. Lilly Ulvila and Neve Corkey had solo highs.
Following:Hockey Whitman-Hanson / Silver Lake vs. Quincy / North Quincy
Kat Gilbert played well in goal for the WHSL while Emily McDonald collected an assist.
In other high school hockey games on Saturday:
Hingham 6, Plymouth 2: Kathryn Karo scored two goals and collected one assist to lead the Harborwomen to victory. Piper Jordan and Ryan Maguire each scored one goal and distributed two assists. Reese Pompeo and Abby Kennedy had solo scoring while Amy Maffei made 15 saves and stopped a penalty shot. Lily Thrun (two), Ava Yotts, Erin Packard, Coco Hernberg and Isabel McCabe all had assists.
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Norwell 5, Scituate 2: Freshman Colby Cantor made his debut for the Clippers, scoring all five goals for Norwell. Sarah Irish scored both goals for Scituate.
Quincy 1, Silver Lake 0: Tim Kelly scored the only goal thanks to a feed from Will Martin while Dan Freeman recorded the shutout in goal for the Presidents in the Patriot League game.
Plymouth North 5, Pembroke 4: Kevin Norwood (goal, two assists) and Pat Driscoll (two goals, assist) both played three-point games for the Blue Eagles. Evan Halliessey and Joe Lawrence had two assists while Caleb Vogelsang had a solo tally. Anthony Birolini scored his first hat trick in the loss to Pembroke.
Marshfield 5, Scituate 2: Andrew Guilfoyle and Will Doherty scored two goals for the Rams while Cam McGettrick added one. Troy Pratt and Cam Swan scored the goals for Scituate.
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Hanover 5, Duxbury 2: Nate DelPrete scored a hat trick for Hanover while Robbie Hanna and Max DaSilva each scored one goal. Manning Morris collected two assists while Drew Vermette collected one. Liam Monahan took the win in goal. Aiden Harrington scored both goals for the Dragons.
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Hingham 4, North Quincy 1: After trailing 1-0 and tied 1-1 after two periods, the Harbormens scored three goals in the third period. Aiden Brazel scored twice while Evan Corbett and Bobby Falvey scored one each.
Ben Wines scored the goal for North Quincy.
Following:Hingham’s boys’ hockey back in the Patriot League bubble for this season