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Beantown Classic Roster
The NEFPHL playoffs were held on Sunday November 2nd at the
Icenter in Salem, NH. There were 13 games played.
The 2nd place Mass P/C team beat 5th place Central and 4th place
ENE on its way to winning the F/S division.
The 2nd place Mass North beat 7th place Mass South 4-0,
3rd place SNE 4-1 and 4th place Mass Central 3-2 to win the U19
All Star Game Results
November 9th at the Icenter Salem NH
F/S North 8 South 2
U19 South 7 North 4
The NEFPHL would like to thank all of the players and families that made the 2014
season hugely successful.
The top New England Prep, Catholic and Public schools were well represented and
closely watched by numerous college coaches in the All Star games between North
based and South based schools on Sunday November 9th at the Icenter in Salem, NH.
F/S- In the freshmen/sophomore game the North started strong taking a 5-0 lead after
1 period. Periods 2 and 3 were very different with North prevailing 3-2 for those
periods and 8-2 for the game.
Multi point scorers for North were: Matt Thomson(Reading HS)1g1a,Colin
McCaughy(SPS)1g1a,Jake Wise(CCHS)2a,Mike Lombardi(KUA)3a,Simon
Loiselle(SPS)1g1a,Bobby Young(KUA)1g2a,Danny Philbrick(Brooks)2a. Other point
scorers for North were Matt Slick(Proctor),Colin Shapiro(Philips Exeter),Jackson
Allard(Brooks),David Quast(Proctor), Jack Cusack(Philips Andover)
South scorers were Dakota Mulcay(Cushing)1g1a,Louis Finocchiaro(Austin
Prep)1g1a and Matt Ricci(Westford Academy)
U19-South beat North in the U19 game 7-4. South was 1 goal better in each period.
Miles Wood(Nobles) led the way with a 2g2a game. Other multi point scores for
South were Will D’Orsi(St Sebs)3a,Mike Brown(Groton)2g,Billy
Stahley(CCHS)1g1a, David Giunta(Belmont Hill)2a.
Single point scores were Max Hegge(Cushing),Tyler Levine(Philips
Andover),Harrison Markell(Middlesex),Christian Thompson(CCHS).
North point scorers were John Laurito(SPS)1g1a,Austin Ricci(SPS)1g1a,Connor
Sodergren(SPS)2a,Justin Cole(Vermont Academy)1g1a,Connor Jean(KUA)1g1a and
Cam Wright(Vermont Academy)1a.
Coaches were heard stating that they did not believe there will be a better played and
more skilled group of high school aged players on the ice again this year.
The glory most often goes to those on the score sheet. The accolades need to be
distributed to the highly skilled and UNSELFISH group of defensemen at both levels