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The Foxboro High boys’ hockey team clinched an MIAA Tournament berth via the Sullivan Rule in downing visiting Norton High 5-2 in a non-league game on Monday at Foxboro Sports Center.

The Warriors (7-3-1) now have five wins against Division 3 foes, but Foxboro coach Mark Cedorchuk and the squad remains focused on qualifying for the tournament with total points for the second-straight year.

In the contest against the Lancers, freshman Jack Watts scored two goals and collected an assist for Foxboro, which pumped in three second period goals in taking a 4-0 lead into the final period.

“We were getting pucks to the net, we just weren’t getting any guys to the net to bang home rebounds,” Cedorchuck said of the adjustment following the opening period. “We did that in the second.”

Junior captain Ronnie MacLellan, sophomore Kirk Leach and sophomore Brady Daly each had one goal and one assist to pace the Warriors.

“We had a lot of good offense,” Cedorchuck said of the Warriors unleashing 45 shots while Norton took 28 at goaltender Espen Reager.

Watts gave Foxboro a 2-0 lead at 1:20 of the second period (assisted by Daly) and scored the Warriors’ fifth goal, a power play goal in the third period at 12:40 (assisted by Leach and MacLellan).

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Foxboro High’s Sebastian Ricketts gets set for a first-period faceoff on Monday.

Leach gave Foxboro a 1-0 lead with an unassisted backhand goal at 6:21. In the second period, MacLellan (at 8:54, from Matt Tully and Watts) netted the eventual game-winner while Daly (unassisted) put the Warriors ahead 4-0.

E Prior to their win over the Lancers, senior captain and defenseman Brendan Tully scored twice and had two assists as the Warriors tallied four first-period goals to rout visiting Stoughton 9-3 in the Hockomock League contest on Saturday.

The younger brother, freshman defenseman Matt Tully, also had two goals for the Warriors. Freshman Dylan Pothier scored his first varsity goal while classmates Ben Ricketts and Jack Watts also scored for Foxboro.

Senior captain Tanner Kennedy had one goal, and MacLellan had two assists.

E And prior to their contest against Stoughton, Foxboro took a first-period lead on a goal by Kirk Leach and tallied twice during the second period to secure a point against seven-time defending Kelley-Rex Divisional champion Franklin in a well-earned 3-3 tie.

Junior goaltender Espen Reagher totaled 34 saves in goal for Foxboro, which took a 1-0 lead after 15 minutes and a 3-1 lead into the third period.

Brendan Tully scored on a second period power play for Foxboro, while MacLellan regained a two-goal margin later in the period.

Upon conclusion of the Warriors continued tough schedule, facing eight-time defending Davenport Division champion Canton on Wednesday night, after The Reporter had went to print, Foxboro (5-3-1) will host North Attleboro on Monday and Taunton on Wednesday.

Source : http://www.thesunchronicle.com/foxboro_reporter/sports/local_sports/boys-hockey-icemen-qualify-for-postseason-with-sullivan-rule-norton/article_247e972f-b6d9-5e9b-9e59-523ed4430a7b.html

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