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Ice Chips

Jay Connor for The Boston Globe

High 5

▸Kevin Emmerling, St. John’s High: The senior captain scored six goals in two wins against Shrewsbury and Coyle & Cassidy to push his season point total closer to 60.

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▸Erika Kelly, Watertown/Melrose: Three more goals from the senior center in a 9-4 win over Medford gave her 57 points on the season.

▸Andrew Loblundo, Acton-Boxborough: The senior was tough to beat against Westford Academy on Saturday, stopping 31 shots in the 3-2 win.

▸Chris Maguire/Justin Provencher, Waltham: The senior and sophomore, respectively, each scored and added two assists as the 4-11-4 Hawks stunned Arlington Catholic, 3-2.

▸Caroline McCarthy, Belmont: The Marauders were down 3-0 in the third period against Watertown/Melrose on Monday night, but the senior captain scored three unanswered goals to earn the draw.

Mastrodonato’s Top 10 boys’ teams:

(Records through Monday)

1. Needham (16-3-0)

2. St. John’s High (15-4-3)

3. Arlington Catholic (10-6-4)

4. Franklin (15-2-2)

5. Hudson (16-1-1)

6. Acton-Boxborough (10-7-2)

7. Medfield (16-2-1)

8. Groton-Dunstable (19-0-1)

9. Marlborough (13-5-2)

10. Medway (13-6-1)

Mastrodonato’s Top 10 girls’ teams:

1. Acton-Boxborough (17-0-2)

2. Arlington Catholic (17-3-1)

3. Lexington (13-6-0)

4. Belmont (14-4-2)

5. Arlington (8-7-5)

6. Watertown/Melrose (11-7-2)

7. Franklin (11-5-3)

8. Algonquin/Hudson (13-3-2)

9. Medfield (10-5-5)

10. Wellesley (11-5-2)

Quote of the week:

“I’d love to see a Super 8 tournament for the girls. I think that’d be very interesting.’’

- Belmont girls’ coach Mark Haley

Compiled by Jason Mastrodonato.

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