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Super Eight Game 2 Notes

N. BILLERICA--Malden Catholic is on the verge of making its 10th consecutive appearance in the Super Eight crossover round, while Arlington is a win away from snagging its first ever appearance in the crossover round (the Spy Ponders previous Super Eight appearance before last season was 2003 under a different format with no crossover). Marshfield and Hingham find themselves on the brink, respectively; can either team force a win-or-go-home Game 3?

No. 1 Malden Catholic Lancers vs. No. 8 Marshfield Rams, 5 p.m.; Lancers lead series, 1-0

• Previous meeting (prior to series): Malden Catholic 8, Marshfield 2 (Feb. 17, 2014)
• Game 1: Malden Catholic 3, Marshfield 0
MC goals: Matt Yianacopolus (2), Colin Nestor; Brian Cannata-26 saves
• Marshfield goals: none; Nick Young-26 saves

• Common opponents: Hingham, Franklin, Xaverian
• Malden Catholic is 3-0-1 (tied Hingham), Marshfield is 2-1 (lost vs. Hingham)

No. 1 Malden Catholic Lancers (15-4-3, 6-2-0 Catholic Conference)
• Won Catholic Conference, 12 points
• 11th Super Eight appearance – in a row
• MC has been to crossover round every year since 2008
• Last postseason: Won Super Eight Championship Game, 2-1 (OT)
• Goal differential: plus-35 (67-32); nonleague differential: plus-27 (47-20)
• MHL Div. 1 RPI: 2 | Streak: Won 2
• Biggest win: 7-0 vs. Mt. St. Charles (R.I.), Feb. 14 | Worst loss: 3-1 vs. BC High, Feb. 4
• Best win (RPI): No. 1 BC High, 5-1, Feb. 17
• Roster breakdown: Seniors-10 Juniors-7 Sophomores-5 Freshmen-5
• Leading scorer: Justin Collins, Sr. F (7-14—21)
• Last Super Eight title: 2016
• Total state championships: 8
5 Super Eight (2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016)
• 3 Div. 1 (1948, 1960, 1974)

No. 8 Marshfield Rams (19-3-2, 8-0-0 Atlantic Coast League)
• Won Atlantic Coast League, 16 points
• First Super Eight appearance
• Last postseason: Lost in Div. 1 South Finals, 3-1, vs. Franklin
• Goal differential: plus-65 (106-41)
Second-highest scoring team in Div. 1 (Walpole, 110)
• MHL Div. 1 RPI: 7
• Streak: Lost 1
• Biggest win: 8-0 vs. Dennis-Yarmouth, Jan. 18 | Worst loss: 3-1 vs. Hingham, Dec. 31
• Best win (RPI): No. 6 Austin Prep, 4-3 (Super Eight play-in game)
• Roster breakdown: Seniors-10 Juniors-7 Sophomores-6 Freshmen-4
• Leading scorer: Aidan Connolly, So. F (18-39—57)
• Last Super Eight title: None
• Last state championship: 2011
Total state championships: 2 (Division 1, 2006, 2011)

No. 4 Arlington Spy Ponders vs. No. 5 Hingham Harbormen, 7 p.m.; Spy Ponders lead series, 1-0

• Game 1: Arlington 4, Hingham 1; Spy Ponders outshot Harbormen 41-18
Arlington goals: Kevin Ouellettee, Peter Scheschareg, Jeff McDonald, Cam Ryan
• 40 saves for Jack Pinard
• Hingham goal: Stephen Jacobs; 14 saves for Robbie Kornack

• Arlington has won 3 of last 4 vs. Hingham, with lone loss in last year’s Super Eight play-in game (Feb. 29, 2016 – 4-2 Hingham)
• First top-6 matchup between publics under current Super Eight format (since 2013)
• First time two publics had bye since 2011
• Common opponents: Burlington, Marshfield, Pope Francis, Andover, Catholic Memorial, Reading, Winchester, BC High
Hingham is 7-1 (loss: BC High), Arlington is 7-2-2 (losses: PF, BCH; ties: CM, Reading)

No. 4 Arlington Spy Ponders (19-2-2, 14-0-1 Middlesex League)
• Won Middlesex League – Liberty Division, 29 points
• 14th Super Eight appearance – most by a public school
2nd straight Super Eight appearance – snapped 13-year drought last year
• Last postseason: Lost in Div. 1 North Semifinals, 3-1, vs. St. Mary’s Lynn
• Goal differential: plus-67 (99-32); nonleague differential: plus-3 (21-18)
• MHL Div. 1 RPI: 5 | Streak: Won 6
• Biggest win: 11-0 vs. Lexington, Jan. 14 | Worst loss: 7-3 vs. Pope Francis, Dec. 10
• Best win (RPI): No. 4 Hingham, 3-0, Feb. 12 & 4-1 in Game 1 of Super Eight
• Roster breakdown: Seniors-9 Juniors-7 Sophomores-5 Freshmen-4
• Last Super Eight title: None
• Last state championship: 1971
Total state titles: 6 (1947, 1949, 1959, 1964, 1967, 1971 – all Div. 1)

No. 5 Hingham Harbormen (16-4-2)
• Independent
• 13th Super Eight appearance
First Super Eight bye since 2012
• Last postseason: Lost in Super Eight Quarterfinals, 2 games to 0, vs. Pope Francis
• Hingham hasn’t won quarterfinal game under current format (since 2013)
• Hingham has not advanced to crossover round since 2010 (Won championship)
• Goal differential: plus-31 (68-37)
• MHL Div. 1 RPI: 4 | Streak: Lost 1
• Biggest win: 8-0 vs. Winchester, Dec. 28 | Worst loss: 9-3 vs. Central Catholic, Jan. 25
• Best win (RPI): No. 3 Austin Prep, 2-1, Feb. 18 (Buddy Ferreira Classic)
• Roster breakdown: Seniors-18 Juniors-7 Sophomores-6
• Leading scorer: Jack Hennessey, Sr. F (12-13—25)
• Last Super Eight title: 2010
Total state titles: 5 (1992, 1997 – Div. 2; 2001, 2015 – Div. 1; 2010, Super Eight)

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