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    GlobeWest players of the week

    High 5

    Cecily Docktor , Wellesley: Eight points (three goals, five assists) highlighted the junior forward’s week as the Raiders won both of their contests. He had one goal and three helps in a 5-3 triumph over Weymouth, then two more tallies and two more assists in a 6-1 win over Wakefield.

    Mario Pizzeri , St. John’s High: The senior goaltender stopped 46 of the 47 shots he saw as the Pioneers beat Marshfield (2-1) and Framingham (1-0) on back-to-back days en route to the Silverback Hockey Classic title. Pizzeri has a .934 save percentage to go with his two shutouts in five games this season.


    Nicole Quinn , Newton North: In a 3-0 win over Lexington, the team’s last game before a nearly two-week holiday layoff, the junior winger scored twice and assisted on another as the Tigers improved to 4-0. That replicated Quinn’s Dec. 18 performance in a 3-2 win over Milton.

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    Andrew Somerville , Arlington Catholic: It was a slow week for the Cougars and the sophomore forward, but in the one game they did play — a 4-1 win over Reading — Somerville found the back of the net twice to help the Cougars improve to 3-0. Somerville took his five points into the matchup with Andover to determine the Winter Classic Showcase champ Monday.

    Jack Quinlivan , Shrewsbury: After seeing his twin brother, Dan, net seven goals through the team’s first two games, Jack struck for a hat trick in the Colonials’ 6-4 win over Norwell on Saturday. The Quinlivans, both junior forwards, account for 11 of the team’s 26 goals.

    Healey’s Top 10 boys’ teams

    (Records through Sunday, with next game listed)


    1. Arlington Catholic (3-0); Sat., at Austin Prep, 4 p.m.

    2. St. John’s High (3-1-1); Sat., at Archbishop Williams, 7

    3. Wellesley (3-1); Sat., vs. Dedham, 7

    4. Waltham (2-0-2); Sat., vs. Andover, 4

    5. Milford (3-0-1); Sat., at Taunton, 2


    6. Medfield (4-0); Sat., vs. Holliston, 8:30

    7. Arlington (3-1); Sat., vs. Belmont, 6

    8. Shrewsbury (3-0); Sat., vs. Marlborough, 7:30

    9. Concord-Carlisle (2-1-1); Sat., vs. Tewksbury, 7:30

    10. Franklin (2-3); Sat., at Springfield Cathedral, noon

    Healey’s Top 10 girls’ teams

    (Records through Sunday, with next game listed)

    1. Arlington Catholic (3-0); Sat., vs. Archbishop Williams, 8

    2. Newton North (4-0); Sat., vs. Braintree, 4

    3. Acton-Boxborough Regional (2-1); Sat., vs. Andover, 5

    4. Wellesley (4-0); Sat., at Dedham, 6:15

    5. Watertown/Belmont (2-0); Sat., vs. Burlington, 2:20

    6. Algonquin/Hudson (2-1-1); Thurs., at Westford Academy, 7

    7. Arlington (3-2); Sat., at Peabody/Lynnfield, 4

    8. Needham (2-1); Fri., at Leominster/St. Bernard’s, 8

    9. Medway/Ashland (1-1); Sat., vs. Hingham, 5

    10. Shrewsbury (3-1); Thurs., vs. Archbishop Williams, 6:30

    GIRLS’ Game of the Week

    Arlington Catholic (3-0) at St. Mary’s (2-0-1), William Connery MDC Rink in Lynn, Monday, 8 p.m.: A snowstorm last month delayed this rematch of the last two Division 1 state championship games. St. Mary’s nipped the Cougars, 2-1, last March, a year after Arlington Catholic took the title by a 3-1 win over the Spartans. The last three seasons — since Maggie Taverna took the coaching reins at Arlington Catholic — St. Mary’s leads the series, 6-2. Through three games, the Cougars’ top line of left wing Jacqueline Sindoris, center Adrieanna Rossini, and right wing Jessica Piracini have done the bulk of the team’s scoring. Sophomore forward Samantha Callahan has had a hand in five of St. Mary’s eight goals through three games.

    Tim Healey

    Tim Healey can be reached at timothy.healey@globe.com. Follow him on Twitter @timbhealey.