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MIAA Massachusetts High School Hockey

Game Recap: Arlington 3, Hingham 0

BOSTON--The Arlington Spy Ponders made a loud and clear statement with its 3-0 blanking of the Hingham Harbormen on Sunday.

John Pigott, Sean Tomaszewski and Kevin Ouellette (empty netter) scored for the Spy Ponders (15-2-2), earning their second consecutive regular season victory over the Harbormen (12-3-2).

Each game has been played at Matthews Arena at Northeastern University in memory of Catherine Malatesta, a former Arlington High student who tragically passed away in the summer of 2015. The Spy Ponders also won last year, 2-1, before Hingham enacted revenge in the Super Eight play-in game several weeks later.

Pigott opened scoring at 12:11 of the first period after Arlington weathered an initial burst by the Harbormen. The score held until the third period before Tomaszewski doubled the Spy Ponders' lead, while Ouellette, who also assisted on Pigott's goal, supplied the empty netter with 24 seconds left in the game.

Drew Malatesta, one of Catherine's two younger brothers, was named player of the game for Arlington. Marshall Terres, a Hingham junior, earned the nod for the Harbormen.

MHL's three stars of the game were Pigott, Ouellette and Pinard.

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