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Hingham boys’ hockey blitzes Weymouth with flurry of second-period goals in nonleague win

Chase McKenna scored from the point with 38 seconds to play in the first period, kicking off the scoring in a 6-0 nonleague win for the third-ranked Hingham boys’ hockey team over Weymouth on Saturday at Pilgrim Arena.

The Harbormen (3-0-1) also got second-period goals from Joe Hennessy, Aidan Brazel, Connor Richardson, and Alec Dzavik. Charlie Packard followed it up with a third-period tally.

“We’re neighboring towns, I think [the rivarly] starts in youth hockey,” said Hingham coach Tony Messina. “The same kids know each other all the way up. I think they get up for us, we know they’re going to come in an emotional hockey game. It was standing room only today, the place was packed and it was a great game.”


Seniors Luke McLellan and Matt Gilman split time to combine for a 13-save shutout. McKenna added a pair of assists, as did Travis Rugg and Jack Rakauskas.

Through four games, the Harbormen have outscored opponents, 24-2.

“Who would have expected it?” Messina said. “There’s still a lot of hockey to be played, though.”

Essex Tech 5, Northeast 3 — Sophomore center Brady Leonard had two goals and an assist and Chris Maher, Cam Doherty, and Armani Booth each scored once and assisted once as the Hawks (4-0-1) picked up a Commonwealth win.

St. Mary’s 4, Brookline 2 — Aidan Fitzpatrick scored twice and Brady Bullock and Finn Racki added a tally apiece in a nonleague win for the No. 16 Spartans (4-0-1).

Girls’ hockey

Hingham 2, Weymouth 1 — Senior Abigail Kennedy got the scoring started with a goal off an assist from sophomore Caroline Doherty, and Doherty then set up classmate Addy Garrity for the third-period winner as the Harborwomen (1-0-0) won their season-opening nonleague contest at the Pilgrim Arena.


Wayland 58, Lincoln-Sudbury 12 — With his father, 15-year coach Sean Chase, on the sideline, and his grandfather, former Wayland coach Gary Chase looking on, sophomore Cole Chase recorded the final pin at 152 pounds as the hosts (2-0) retained the Warrior Cup with the Dual County League win.


Globe correspondent Eamonn Ryan contributed to this report.