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Globe North: Players of the week, top 10 boys’ and girls’ hockey teams

High 5

Amanda Conway , Methuen: In a 9-4 victory over Waltham, the sophomore star netted a school-record seven goals, raising her season total to 41. (The Rangers have scored 57 total goals this season.) Seventh-grader Kelly Golini scored the other two and added two assists.

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Colby Gilbert , Andover: In a Merrimack Valley/Dual County contest, the senior goalie made 43 saves in an upset 3-0 victory over Central Catholic.

Jake Straw , Beverly: The junior forward lit the lamp three times en route to an 8-0 win over Gloucester, as the Panthers clinched the Northeast Conference North title.

Brent Sullivan , Lowell: The junior forward powered the Red Raiders to an 8-0 victory over Dracut with a six-point night that included a hat trick.

Katie Terban , Masconomet: In a 3-1 win over Winthrop-Lynn, the freshman collected two goals and an assist.

Compiled by Pat Bradley

Bradley’s top 10 girls’ teams

(Records through Sunday, with next game listed)

 1. Woburn (15-0-3); state tourney

 2. Reading (14-4-2); state tourney

 3. Beverly/Danvers (15-0-2); state tourney

 4. St. Mary’s (15-3-2); state tourney

 5. Westford Academy (13-3-1); state tourney

 6. Billerica (12-5-1); state tourney

 7. Masconomet (11-3-2); Fri., at Cambridge/Somerville, 3:30

 8. Andover (9-7-2); state tourney

 9. Winthrop/Lynn (8-5-4); state tourney

10. Austin Prep (9-7-3); state tourney

Bradley’s Top 10 boys’ teams

 1. St. John’s Prep (15-2-1); state tourney

 2. Austin Prep (11-1-6); state tourney

 3. Central Catholic (14-4-3); state tourney

 4. Reading (15-1-5); state tourney

 5. Wilmington (14-3-1); Fri., vs. Wakefield, 1:45

 6. Beverly (15-0-1); Fri., vs. Marblehead, 7

 7. Winchester (12-5-3); state tourney

 8. Malden Catholic (9-6-3); state tourney

 9. Chelmsford (12-3-4); state tourney

10. Tewksbury (13-2-1); state tourney

Pat Bradley can be reached at patrick.bradley@globe.com.
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