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This week’s Northeast notebook features Tucker Garrity who became Newtown’s program leader, the region’s second-longest winning streak ending and news from New York and Connecticut.
More Than A Game
Tom Rogan led Chaminade (N.Y.) with six goals and an assist in a 15-7 win over Manhasset (N.Y.). The game, which was the 12th annual Regs Rock game, is held in honor of 1998 Chaminade graduate Jimmy Regan who was killed in action in 2007 while serving with the Army Rangers. Regan lived in Manhasset. Read the full game recap on Newsday
43 and Done
The second-longest active winning streak in the nation ended as Pelham (N.H.) defeated Hopkinton (N.H.) 9-5 on May 10. Pelham roared back from a 2-0 deficit to score the next five goals and take a 6-3 lead into halftime and never looked back.
Hopkinton has won the last two Division III championships.
With four goals in an 11-9 win over Bronxville, Newtown (Conn.) senior Tucker Garrity became the program’s all-time leading scorer. The achievement occurred on his first goal of the game.
Garrity has 317 points with games remaining in his career. The senior broke the previous record of 312 held by Casey Kirch. Garrity also holds the program record for most assists in a career.
The senior should enter the Top 10 all-time in Connecticut scoring history by the end of his senior year. He is currently tied with Kelly Gouin from Amistad-Career (Conn.) for No. 10.
Ridgefield (Conn.) is riding a six-game winning streak and has not lost an in-state game since an April 5 loss to Darien (Conn.).
Darien has not lost an in-state game since they lost to Ridgefield in the 2018 Class L championship game.
Will the teams meet in the championship game for the third time since 2015?
News and Notes
Jack Feda tallied 10 points on seven goals and three assists as Greenwich (Conn.) defeated Brien McMahon (Conn.) 16-9.
Chaminade (N.Y.) lost its first game of the year, a 12-9 decision to Delbarton (N.J.) on May 11. The Flyers had not allowed a team to score double-digits against them since Wilton (Conn.) scored 10 on them on April 16. The defense even held Manhasset (N.Y.), St. Anthony’s (N.Y.) and Massapequa (N.Y.) to eight goals or fewer this season. Chaminade wraps ups its season with a Catholic League championship meeting again rival St. Anthony’s on May 15.
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