Nate Glencross had a game to remember as the Groton-Dunstable ice hockey team blanked Leominster, 5-0, on Wednesday afternoon.
Glencross netted a hat trick in the opening half of the contest to reach the 100-point club in his 65th contest with the Crusaders (7-0).
Carter Amidon added a pair of goals and Michael Hamill dished out three assists.
Ryan Mosscrop turned aside all nine shots he faced to earn the shutout.
North Middlesex 80, St. Bernard’s 44: Mike Messina and Ayden McGrath each scored 17 points to lead the Patriots. Tallon Craver chipped in with 11 points and Brady Young added 10.
Dracut 78, Chelmsford 73: Adrian Torres poured in 26 points, while Kevin Agyemang had 18. Jordan Long contributed 12 points and Derek Avignone had 11.
Lowell Catholic 68, Essex Tech 26: Isaiah Taylor had 20 points, 13 rebounds and 10 assists to lead LC (8-1), while Alex Antoine added 16 points and Keenan Rudy-Phol had 12 points and five rebounds.
Lunenburg 48, Littleton 33: Hannah Cochran scored 15 points to lead the Tigers (4-5), while Victoria McCoy added eight points.
Chelmsford 45, Dracut 23: Meghan Goode led Chelmsford (7-2) with 15 points, while Ellen Angwin had 10 and Sarah Lachance added eight.
Tyngsboro 43, Groton-Dunstable 27: Halle Bangura led the Tigers with 10 points and Brynn Goulet had eight.
North Middlesex 4, Gardner 2: TJ Murphy netted a hat trick for the Patriots and Patrick Stevens also scored. Jimmy O’Keefe and Seamus McFague picked up assists in the victory.
Wilmington 1, Watertown 1: Drew Gallucci scored off a Chris Bernazani feed for Wilmington and Alex Fitzler made 13 saves.
Bishop Guertin 8, Berlin/Gorham 6: Jenna Lynch had four goals and three assists to pace Bishop Guertin, while Julie Laughlin added two goals and an assist. Gracie Menicci and Brooke Yabroudy each had a goal and an assist in the win.
Tewksbury 134.32, Chelmsford/Tyngsboro/Billerica 130.75: Tewksbury’s Amanda Ogden won the bars (9.0), floor (9.3) and all-around (36.25). Teammate Bella Schille was first in the beam (9.45).
Lily Hoyt won the vault for CTB (9.3) and was second all-around (34.15).
Plymouth 48, Pelham 25 Conor Maslanek (195) won by fall, Patrick Soonthornprapuet (126) and Ethan Giniewicz (170) won by decision, and Nathan Maslanek (106) and Memphis Patterson (285) won by forfeit for the Pythons.