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South All-Stars Sweep the North in MSHCA All-Star Games at DCU Center

March 22, 2014 - American Hockey League (AHL) - Worcester Sharks News Release

On Saturday March 22, 2014, the Worcester Sharks hosted the Massachusetts State Hockey Coaches Association High School All-Star Games, presented by Shriners that featured a girls' game at 1:45pm and a boys' game at 4:00pm. The state's top 92 players were divided up into North and South teams, as both the boys' and the girls' South All-Stars swept the North. Check out the recaps from each game below.

Girls South squad takes 2014 MSHCA All-Star Classic title with 4-3 win

The 2014 Girls' MSHCA All-Star Classic, hosted by the Worcester Sharks and presented by the Aleppo Shriners concluded with a score of 4-3 in favor of the South All-Stars. The North All-Stars took the first lead with a first period goal by Danielle Kelly (Arlington Catholic) and then doubled their lead with a second period power play tally by Meghan Lawler (Ursuline Academy). The South All-Stars then took control of the game in the third with three consecutive goals. Maggie Layo (Sandwich High) light the lamp in the North net first, followed by Alexa Scribner (Falmouth High) and a second mark by Layo, who was named the game's MVP for her two goals. The North team quickly answered back and evened the game with Emily Lissner's (Woburn High) goal. Tied at 3-3 with 30.2 second left on the clock, the South's Alex Mitchell (Franklin High) went on a fast break and netting the fifth goal of the third period and the game-winner for the 2014 MSHCA girls' All-Star title.

Boys South squad topples the North 7-1 for the 2014 MSHCA All-Star Classic title

The 2014 Boys' MSHCA All-Star Classic hosted by the Worcester Sharks and presented by the Aleppo Shriners concluded with a score of 7-1 in favor of the South All-Stars. The South squad took immediate control of the game with back to back goals by David Cataldo (Marshfield High) and Nicholas Ward (Braintree High). The North then got on the board with their lone goal of the game by Marc Happy (Wachusett Regional) before the South answered with two consecutive again, by Nicholas Marrocco (Duxbury High) and a second by Cataldo. In the middle period, the South piled on two more goals by Michael Sorenti (Falmouth High) and Ricky Smith (Xaverian Brothers High) before closing the game at 7-1 with a third period tally by Joseph Correia (Dartmouth High). Cataldo was named the game's MVP for his two goals in the South's victory.

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