End of game: Malden Catholic 6, Catholic Memorial 5
Ryan Fitzgerald is the hero of the day. With a nice flick of the wrist, he unseated No. 1 Catholic Memorial with a shot just over a minute into overtime as Malden Catholic took the game, 6-5.
End of regulation: Malden Catholic 5, Catholic Memorial 5
We're going into overtime. Each team found the back of the net twice in the third period. Catholic Memorial's Troy Starrett got his second goal and David Lazaro scored as well.
Malden Catholic's Alex Minter and Justin Sencabaugh scored for their team.
End of the second period: Malden Catholic 3, Catholic Memorial 3
Catholic Memorial has stormed back into the game with two goals in the period. Dan O'Her and Brian Besinger both found the back of the net to help the Knights.
Malden Catholic's Mike Iovanna scored for his team.
End of the first period: Malden Catholic 2, Catholic Memorial 1
For the first time all tournament, Catholic Memorial is down after the first period. But it didn't come without the Knights striking first. In the first 30 seconds, Troy Starrett got loose for CM to put the Knights up.
Malden Catholic's Brendan Collier responded with two goals. Both teams had 10 shots in the first period.
LOWELL — Third game of the day is underway with No. 1 Catholic Memorial (2-0) taking on Malden Catholic (2-0).
Last game Malden Catholic played, they put up nine goals against Winchester in a blowout.
These two teams are already assured to move on to the crossover games.
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