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    Players of the Week, Top 10 boys’ and girls’ hockey teams

    High Five

    Jake Paul , Brookline: The junior goalie made 43 saves to lift the Warriors to a 2-0 win over Brockton in the Petruzziello Plaza Holiday Tournament.

    Mario Pizzeri , St. John’s High: The junior made 17 saves to post a 1-0 shutout of Framingham, and help the Pioneers get a much-needed win to end a five-game losing streak.


    Jack Quinlivan and Dan Quinlivan , Shrewsbury: Jack scored three goals while twin sibling Dan assisted on three as the ­Colonials cruised to an 8-4 win over Ludlow.

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    Adrieana Rossini , Arlington Catholic: The sophomore posted three goals and two assists in a 7-0 win over Wakefield.

    Luke Tremblay , Arlington: Officially, the Spy Ponders picked up a pair of ties over winter vacation, but unofficially, they captured the Ed Burns Holiday Classic title thanks to the senior’s sturdy work in net, which included four saves in a shootout win over Waltham.

    Top 10 boys’ teams

    (Records through Sunday)

    1. Arlington Catholic (1-1-1)


    2. Arlington (4-0-2)

    3. St. John’s High (2-5)

    4. Natick (3-5)

    5. Framingham (3-3)

    6. Franklin (2-1)


    7. Acton-Boxborough Regional (1-3)

    8. Groton-Dunstable Regional

    9. Medfield (6-0)

    10. Medway (2-0-2)

    Top 10 girls’ teams

    (Records through Sunday)

    1. Arlington Catholic (4-1)

    2. Lexington (2-1)

    3. Acton-Boxborough Regional (3-2)

    4. Arlington (5-0)

    5. Wellesley (4-0-1)

    6. Medfield (4-2-1)

    7. Lincoln-Sudbury Regional

    8. Shrewsbury (3-1)

    9. Watertown/Melrose (2-3-1)

    10. Natick (4-2-1)

    BOYS’ Game of the week

    Acton-Boxborough Regional vs. Central Catholic, Saturday, 7:30 p.m., Nashoba Valley:

    The Colonials, who have struggled against tough competition, will face a test in Central Catholic, who began the year 4-1.

    Jason Mastrodonato