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Franklin High’s Justin Magerman (right) battles a Mansfield skater in last weekend’s Division 2 South final; the 5-2 win for the Panthers has them facing Wilmington in the state final Sunday at TD Garden.

High 5

▸Ben Boschetto, Wayland: He didn’t begin the season with the starting job, but the sophomore goaltender impressed down the stretch, allowing just one goal per game in a Division 3 North championship run.

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▸Cam Curley, Franklin: Coach Chris Spillane called the junior forward the unsung hero for the Panthers; Curley scored in every tournament game on the way to another Division 2 South title.

▸Jake O’Rourke, Medway: The senior captain scored his 41st and 42d of the season, including a put-away goal with under two minutes to play, as the Mustangs beat Rockland, 4-1, to win the Division 3 South.

▸Adrieana Rossini, Arlington Catholic: The freshman missed a few breakaway opportunities in the Division 1 semifinals against Braintree, but buried the one that mattered in overtime, sending the Cougars to the TD Garden against St. Mary’s.

▸Alex Pantalone, Hudson: The senior captain scored his second goal of the game three minutes into overtime to secure the Division 3 Central championship for the Hawks in a 5-4 win over Wachusett Regional.

Mastrodonato’s Top 10 boys’ teams

(Records through Monday)

1. St. John’s High (16-7-3)

2. Needham (16-6-1)

3. Franklin (19-2-3)

4. Hudson (21-1-1)

5. Acton-Boxborough Regional (12-9-2)

6. Arlington Catholic (10-8-4)

7. Groton-Dunstable Regional (21-0-1)

8. Medfield (18-4-1)

9. Medway (18-6-1)

10. Wayland (14-7-3)

Mastrodonato’s Top 10 girls’ teams

(Records through Monday)

1. Arlington Catholic (20-3-1)

2. Acton-Boxborough Regional (19-2-2)

3. Lexington (14-7-1)

4. Belmont (16-5-2)

5. Franklin (13-6-3)

6. Arlington (8-8-5)

7. Watertown/Melrose (13-9-2)

8. Algonquin/Hudson (16-4-3)

9. Medfield (10-6-5)

10. Wellesley (11-6-2)

Compiled by Jason Mastrodonato

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