Silver Lake men’s hockey scores first victory over Duxbury since 1997

It’s like 1997 for the Silver Lake High men’s hockey team.

On Wednesday, the Lakers beat Duxbury 2-1 in overtime, for the first time since 1996. Head coach Dan Scott scored twice the last time the Lakers defeated the Dragons.

Duxbury tied the game in the third period with a goal from Mike Hussey, but Markie Kelleher netted the game-winner in overtime with three seconds left. Aidan Dunphy and Pat Murphy had assists in the win tally.

Dunphy scored the other goal for Silver Lake while Peter Bond stopped 20 shots in the victory.

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Kelleher wasn’t the only hero in the hockey family Wednesday night. Markie’s sister Shea scored all four of her third period goals as the Whitman-Hanson / Silver Lake women’s hockey team came back from a 1-0 deficit before the third period to defeat Marshfield, 4-1 .

Cailtin Dilley played well on both sides and had two assists while Sadie Watchorn stopped 15 shots.

Addison Brown scored the goal for Marshfield while first-year defenseman Ari Comer jumped into the net and played well.

In the other high school action on Wednesday:

BOYS HOCKEY

Blue Hills 11, Upper Cape Tech 3: The Warriors won.

Bridgewater-Raynham 8, Bishop Feehan 1: Dean Mason and Ryan McInnis scored two goals apiece in the victory.

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Stoughton / Brockton 12, Wareham / Carver 1: Sean Farley had a hat trick and Aidan Obrock and Cooper Lehmann both scored twice. Colin Alessi, Colby Strunk, Charlie Caputo, Joe McNulty, and Anthony DaSousa have had solo highs.

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Plymouth North 3, Marshfield 0: Kaden Bono recorded a shutout and the Blue Eagles received third period goals from Kevin Norwood, Sean Hallissey and Matt Vanetta.

Hingham 5, Saint John’s Shrewsbury 0: Keagin Wilson recorded the shutout in goal for the Harbormens (4-2). Ace Concannon, Aiden Brazel, Billy Jacobus, Ryan Burns and Charlie Even had the goals.

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Braintree 5, Needham 1: The Wamps (4-1, 3-0) won the battle of the Bay State Conference as Larry Graziano scored two goals and added an assist. Jack Woods scored two goals.

Hanover 11, North Quincy 0: Donovan Ryan recorded the shutout for the Hawks.

Norwell’s Kevin Leary’s stick manipulates his legs during a game against WEB on Wednesday, Jan.5, 2022.

Norwell 10, Bridgewater East / West 0: The Clippers sailed to a victory in the South Shore League.

Milton 2, Weymouth 1: Owen Radley and Jimmy Fallon scored and Ryan Dexter made 29 saves as Milton (4-2) won a Bay State Conference game at home. Joe Pender, Andrew Hunt and Owen McHugh all collected assists. Weymouth is 2-5.

Cohasset / Coque 3, Abington 1: Jake Quinn scored a goal in the loss.

Whitman-Hanson 5, Lexington 4: Zakk Spano’s first career college goal was a win for the Panthers. Joe Culley scored two goals and had an assist. Matt Solari (goal, two assists), Alex Ethier (goal, assist) and John Ward (two assists) also contributed to the score.

Middleboro 4, Rockland 2: The Sachems won the South Shore League game.

GIRLS HOCKEY

West Bridgewater / East Bridgewater 4, Stoughton 0: Fallon Smith recorded the shutout in the win. Kate Carabin and Jamie Noonan both scored two goals.

Weymouth 4, Milton 1: Sarah McGillivray scored her first college goal in the loss.

Archbishop Williams 5, Bishop Stang 3: Caroline Batchelder scored two goals and had an assist in the victory.

Needham 1, Braintree 0: The Wamps abandoned the Bay State Conference game.

Martha’s Vineyard 6, Scituate 2: Audrey Martin scored a goal and an assist in the loss.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Plymouth North 55, Nauset 48 (OT): Senior captain Alec Peruzzi (12 points) had three free throws with 0.5 seconds left in regulation to send the game into overtime. Nick Marcel led the Blue Eagles with 13 points while Hunter Byron added 12.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

West Bridgewater 47, Abington 31: Sarah Deveney, Mary Klein and Sarah Matos all scored 6 points each in the loss.

Holbrook 41, South Shore Christian Academy 15: The Bulldogs improved to 3-2.

Blue Hills 46, Avon 13: Rookie Kathleen Murphy scored a high 15 points while her classmate Bella Sulfaro added 12 points. Bridget Devine scored 9 points.

East Bridgewater 50, Sharon 29: Haley Murphy (13 points) and Allie Pechullis (12 points) led the scoring effort while Erin Condon (6 points, 8 assists) also played well for the Vikings (4-1).

CATCH

Hingham 54, Marshfield 6: The Harbormens won the Patriot League game.

Cohasset 60, Middleboro 12: The Skippers claimed their first victory of the season as Brian Connell, Ben Ford, Dean Livemore, Mike Donohue and Andre Sweet all had pins.

Marshfield & # x002019; s Cyrus Colozos (132 lbs) look to get their hands on Hingham & # x002019; s Jack Kelleher during their Patriot League match at Hingham High on Wednesday 5 January 2022.

132 lbs. Cyrus Colozos of Marshfield is looking to get his hands on Jack Kelleher of Hingham during their Patriot League match at Hingham High on Wednesday 5 January 2022.

Whitman-Hanson 45, Silver Lake 26: The Panthers (7-1) won the Patriot League game as Charlie Lussier (106 pounds), Joe Boss (113) and Austin Gamber (126) all won to go undefeated this season.

Hanover 60, Pembroke 8: The Hawks won the Patriot League game.

Plymouth Sud 45, Quincy / Nord Quincy 20: Edwin Vino (pin), Nathan Doyle (technical fall), Devin Nellany (decision) and Mike Nellany (pin) all picked up victories for Q / NQ. Michael Bogan, Shawn Kenney and Cole Bearce won by pins for Plymouth South.

Milton 6, Needham 18: The Wildcats have won victories for Connor Walsh, Alex Paxhia, Ian Lundeen, Jackson Matejka, Keenan Crowley, Alex Tran, Mason Pellegri, Ethan Dobrindt, Griffin White and Chris Burns.

GYMNASTIC

Scituate 126.5, Hanover 121.7: Jadyn Molloy of Hanover (8.7) won the beam while Ciara Hughes of Scituate won the floor exercise (8.4) and bars (8.5). Scituate’s Lilly Weichert had 8.2 on bars, 8.3 on vault, 8.3 on floor and 8.4 on beam.

This article originally appeared on The Patriot Ledger: HIGH SCHOOL CHART: January 5, 2022, South Shore scores and highlights

Catherine J. Martinez