Reading won the championship.
In quarterfinal play, Rosa and No. 88 both wore hats, Ayles had two assists and Hubbard pitched a shutout as L & P defeated Westford 7-0; and Brett Stone’s second goal of the game, with 1:32 left in overtime, gave Woburn a 5-4 decision over Cambridge – Joe D’Arrigo with two goals, including the one that forced OT with 2:06 left in regulation, and two assists in the win and Paul Magalhaes two goals and a helper in the loss.
In the semifinals, Pennucci scored two goals and Reading got by Lynnfield/Peabody 4-3 in a shootout – Wood forcing the overtime with a goal with 30 seconds left in regulation for L/P, while Zizza had a goal and two assists; and Brian Hall, who also had an assist, scored his second goal of the game with 1:07 left to give Lincoln/Sudbury a 3-2 victory over Woburn.
In the title game, McGilvray set up two goals and Boyle scored what turned out to be the winner with 1:21 left in the second period as Reading trimmed Lincoln/Sudbury 3-1.
PLAYOFF MVP: McGilvray, Reading