Hockey south shore seahawks win pair of titles – sports – norwell mariner – norwell, ma

In the semifinals against top-seeded Duxbury, the Seahawks put Duxbury on its heels. At the end of the first period, a stunned Duxbury team was looking up at a lopsided scoreboard and a 3–0 deficit. Fettuccia opened the scoring for the Seahawks, followed up by a top-shelf goal from Owen Ebsary on a nicely feathered feed from Michael Allen to finish off a two-on-one rush. Harrison Reed potted the third to cap the first-period scoring.

After overcoming their initial shock, Duxbury scored two quick goals in the second period and followed that up with can only be described as desperate determination. All for naught – Fettuccia potted his second goal of the night midway through the third period to put Duxbury in the rearview mirror.

In the title game, against the second-seeded South Coast Panthers, Cole Berglund opened the scoring for the Seahawks in the first with a shot from the point through a crowded front to find the back of the net.


The Panthers’ power play evened it up with a late period tally.

Netminders Andrew Slekis and Sean Ennis split time between the pipes and back-stopped the Seahawks with solid goaltending and too many outstanding stops to enumerate. Their play in goal gave the skaters the confidence they needed to take it to their opponents. A big shout out to Coach Paul Dole, who dedicated 15 years to the Seahawks organization and will be missed and remembered. It is always good to win your last game and go out on top. Congratulations.

Madison Hohmann got things going for the Seahawks in the first with tenacious play and a deft scoring touch to put the Seahawks up 1–0. The Sharks rebounded in the third with a deflected, seeing-eye goal, to knot the score at one. After the buzzer for the third period sounded, nothing had been settled between the two rivals.

The finals were against a stubborn Hingham squad was a similarly low-scoring affair. Audrey Booras finally broke through for the Seahawks midway through the first period with a rush up the left side and a low snipe to the near corner of the goal. The Seahawks tallied again after a hard shot from the point by Brenna McDonald was tipped in front by Anne Marie Gildea past Hingham’s goalie.

The Hawks’ constant pressure continued into the third when Hurley found centerman Alex Perl for quick one-timer goal. Favre made it 6-0 with an unassisted goal late in the third period. Not to be left out of the fun, forward MJ Toth powered the seventh goal of the day to the back of the net on a slick pass from defenseman Brenden Whitman.

Austin Gaylord was superb in net and only allowed two goals to keep Squirt B-Blue close, but Plymouth scored the final empty-netter to close the Seahawks out at the end of the game. Strong defensive play from Angus McKenna, Owen Quinn, Evan Shea, Matthew Feeney, and Mason DelGallo kept the B-Blue in the game, and the team hopes to rebound next week.

Maddie Cantor and Brian Flynn provided the firepower with one goal apiece while Mark Stanton held strong in net, keeping Pembroke scoreless in the second and third periods and giving B White the chance to come back and tie the game. Cam Commesso was the difference maker with his assist in the third period.