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Players of the week, top 10 boys’ and girls’ hockey teams

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Nicole Woods , Beverly/Danvers: The junior netted a hat trick as the host Panthers pounced on Medford, 8-1, in the first round of the Division 1 tourney.

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Colin Langham , Brooks: The senior goalie registered 14 saves as the Bishops stopped Kents Hill in the championship game of the Piatelli/Simmons (small school) New England Prep tournament. Brooks finished the season 18-7-1.

Kevin Regan , Central Catholic: The junior forward scored the go-ahead goal a minute into the second period as the Raiders pulled away for a 4-1 win over St. John’s Prep in the first round of the Super 8 tourney. He also added an assist.

Ara Nazarian , Malden Catholic: The sophomore forward from Boxford had three points, including scoring the game-tying and go-ahead goals short-handed, as the Lancers took down Springfield Cathedral 3-2 in Super 8 action. North Andover resident Tyler Sifferlen added a goal and an assist.

Hayley Sutherland , Tewksbury/Methuen: The junior defenseman registered a three-point night, tallying her first goal of the season and adding two assists (Nos. 15 and 16 of the season) in a 3-1 win over Gardner/St. Bernard’s in the Division 2 tourney.

Bradley’s top 10 girls’ teams

(Records through Monday)

 1. Woburn (18-0-3)

 2. Beverly/Danvers (17-2-2)

 3. St. Mary’s (16-3-4)

 4. Westford Academy (16-3-2)

 5. Billerica (16-5-1)

 6. Tewksbury/Methuen (11-7-3)

 7. Austin Prep (12-7-4)

 8. Reading (14-5-2)

 9. Masconomet (14-5-2)

10. Andover (11-8-2)

Bradley’s top 10 boys’ teams

(Records through Monday)

 1. St. John’s Prep (17-3-1)

 2. Austin Prep (14-1-6)

 3. Reading (16-2-5)

 4. Central Catholic (15-5-3)

 5. Malden Catholic (13-6-3)

 6. Wilmington (18-3-2)

 7. Winchester (15-5-3)

 8. Danvers (12-6-4)

 9. Tewksbury (14-4-1)

10. Beverly (18-2-1)

Pat Bradley can be reached at patrick.bradley@globe.com.
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