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    Roundup: Reading blanks Winchester

    The Reading boys’ hockey team turned what was expected to be a tight Middlesex League game against Winchester into a one-sided affair, defeating the Sachems, 5-0, at Burbank Ice Arena, Reading.

    Reading took advantage of poor defense, with Connor Frazier earning the first goal off a rebound.

    Fourth-ranked Reading also made good on an early power play, senior forward Robert Devaney beating sopohomore goaltender James Offner with just less than three minutes left in the first period.


    No. 11 Winchester had four power-play opportunities, including a five-on-three, in the second period but came up empty.

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    Reading scored three goals in the final period. Just more than five minutes into the period, junior forward Jake Barbera scored on a wrap-around goal; and 30 seconds later, senior forward Mark Dente scored the first of his two goals.

    Wilmington 4, Stoneham 0 — With a goal in the second period, Cam Owens became the leading scorer in Wilmington history with 136 points, breaking the record of 135 set by his brother Justin Vallas in 1999.

    Wakefield 4, Watertown 3 — Senior forward Matt Reilly scored his first career goal as the Warriors took down the Raiders.

    Pembroke 4, Bridgewater-Raynham 1 — Bobby McElligott picked up the win for the Titans with 32 saves.


    Waltham 5, Lincoln-Sudbury 2 — Senior left wing Joe Tully and junior center Justin Provencher each scored two goals for the Hawks.

    Amesbury 7, Pentucket 6 — Senior Anthony Licciardello scored four goals for the Indians in a 13-goal thriller.

    Walpole 4, Wellesley 2 — Junior wing Tim McNamara and senior center John White each notched two goals to lead the Rebels.

    Framingham 3, Needham 1 — Junior goalie Al Lynch recorded 20 saves to pace the Flyers.

    Girls’ hockey

    Globe correspondent Zac Vierra contributed to this report. For more highlights, go to