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

High 5

Cam Curley , Franklin: The senior was the Panthers’ leading scorer in the tourney as their offense led the way to three come-from-behind wins before falling to Wilmington, 4-0, in the Division 2 state final.

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CJ Kenny , Groton-Dunstable Regional: The crafty senior was constantly creating offense, scoring in each of the Crusaders’ tournament games and nailing his shootout attempt in the team’s loss to Wachusett Regional, 3-2, in the Division 3 Central final.

Annie Messuri , Acton-Boxborough Regional: The junior led the Colonials to the Division 1 quarterfinals with one goal, three assists, and stellar defensive play before the team had its season ended in a 3-1 loss to Westford.

Adrieana Rossini , Arlington-Catholic: The Cougars surrendered a late goal to lose, 2-1, to St. Mary’s in the Division 1 final at the TD Garden on Sunday, but the sophomore impressed coach Maggie Taverna in every tournament game and scored the lone goal in the final.

Josh O’Toole , Medway: The Mustangs fell a goal short of advancing to the TD Garden for the second straight year, losing to Swampscott, 4-3, in the Division 3 semifinals, but O’Toole caught fire in the tournament, scoring five of Medway’s 12 goals.

Mastrodonato’s Top 10 boys’ teams

(Final records)

1. Waltham (13-9-2)

2. Arlington Catholic (11-6-4)

3. Medway (19-3-3)

4. Medfield (18-2-1)

5. Lincoln-Sudbury Regional (16-3-3)

6. Franklin (16-8-2)

7. Groton-Dunstable Regional (16-2-4)

8. Shrewsbury (16-4-1)

9. Natick (12-10-2)

10. Arlington (9-7-5)

Mastrodonato’s Top 10 girls’ teams

(Final records)

1. Arlington Catholic (17-5-2)

2. Acton-Boxborough Regional (15-7-2)

3. Lexington (13-6-3)

4. Wellesley (17-2-3)

5. Arlington (12-9-1)

6. Lincoln-Sudbury Regional (15-6-1)

7. Medway/Ashland (11-7-3)

8. Newton North (12-7-1)

9. Medfield (10-8-3)

10. Watertown/Melrose (13-8-2)

Statistic of the week

45

Wins for the Arlington Catholic girls since former Boston College standout Maggie Taverna took over the program three years ago. After failing to make the postseason in back-to-back years before Taverna’s hiring, the Cougars have gone 45-17-7, and made consecutive appearances in the Division 1 state final.

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