Redmen Stop Concord-Carlisle, 4-1; In The Hunt For Super 8
Feb 08, 2015 05:32PM ● Published by Bill Gilman
Tewksbury goaltender Kyle Paquette recorded his second shut out of the season, 5-0 over North Andover
Ryan Petti or Colin Quinn -- it's pick your poison for opponents of the Tewksbury High boys hockey team.
Concord-Carlisle got a dose of both.
Quinn scored two goals and assisted on a third, while Petti added a goal an assist in the Redmen's 4-1 win, Saturday night.
Goalie Kyle Paquette had a relatively easy night in net with just 14 saves., Ryan Meade added a goal.
The victory improved Tewksbury's record to 12-3-0 on the season and came with a bonus. The Redmen are one of 24 teams included in the Massachusetts State Hockey Coaches Association's first Super Eight Watch List of the season. The Redmen are currently ranked No. 22 in the latest ESPN Boston Poll.
The Super Eight Tournament is an elite, invitation only tournament made up of the best of the best in Massachusetts high school hockey. In the 24-year history of the Super Eight, Tewksbury has participated just once, in 1996. Seeded eighth, the Redmen lost both games in the double-elimination format.