By Alex Hall
Globe CorrespondentIn a battle between two bitter boys’ hockey Catholic Conference rivals, the No. 1 BC High Eagles erupted for four second-period goals and routed the second-ranked Catholic Memorial Knights, 5-1, Wednesday at UMass-Boston.
The game started with offensive outbursts from both teams. CM senior forward Aaron Clancy scored just 11 seconds into the game.
Not to be outdone, BC High’s Tim Larocque tied it less than a minute later. The first period slowed, with neither able to recapture the early offensive fireworks.
Despite the almost immediate answer to CM’s goal in the first, Eagles coach John Flaherty wasn’t ecstatic about the first period.
“We didn’t start the game [the way] we wanted to but we took over after the first five minutes and that momentum carried over into the second period,” said Flaherty.
The Eagles owned the puck for the first five minutes to start the second, with Michael Brooks capping the surge with the go-ahead goal.
The Eagles scored three more goals before the period ended to complete the rout.
Lincoln-Sudbury 4, Tewksbury 2 — Seniors Jordan Dow and Shane Sefton each netted a pair of goals to lead the Warriors.
Bridgewater-Raynham 3, Barnstable 2 — Peter Drowne had 30 saves as the Trojans (3-5-2) beat the No. 14Red Raiders.
Lowell 2, Dracut 2 — With 1:08 left in the third, Brent Sullivan scored the tying goal off an assist by Matt Mandeville for the Red Raiders (6-1-2).
Lexington 6, Wakefield 3 — Jackie Denning scored three goals and had two assists and Jenny Maher scored her first goal of the season for the Minutemen (6-2-1).
Arlington Catholic 3, Archbishop Williams 0 — Jessica Piriacini scored twice and Eileen Flynn scored her first career goal for the No. 8 Cougars.
Beverly 9, Medford 2 — The 20th-ranked Panthers (9-0) won big behind junior Nicole Woods’s three goals.
Marblehead 7, Cambridge 5 — Brittney Lydon had a hat trick for the winners.
Norwell 2, Scituate 1 — Freshman Caroline Nichol’s two goals lifted the Clippers.
Reading 3, Stoneham 2 — Sophomore Rachel Thomson scored the winning goal in the third period for the seventh-ranked Rockets (8-1-1).
Medford 81, Malden 67 — The Mustangs (7-3) were led by Sean Doncaster (25 points) and Owen Healey (15).
South Boston 67, Latin Academy 60 — The Knights (8-1) were led by sophomore Destinee Morris’s 25 points.
Notre Dame (Hingham) 58, Somerville 49 — Senior McKenna Cudgma led the Cougars (7-3) with 21 point.
Boys’ indoor track
Norton 69, Millis 16 — Kevin O'Leary won the 45-yard dash and the high jump for the Lancers (5-1).