Teams of all ages from both towns played to raise money for the Cops for Kids with Cancer charity. That choice was made to honor Marshfield residents David Moeykens and Danny Sheehan. Moeykens, 15, and Sheehan, 8, died of brain cancer over the summer. The Cup also will honor Ellie Niland, a local 3-year-old whose neuroblastoma is in remission.
On the ice, the towns split the pair of varsity hockey games that headlined the day.
The Marshfield boys won a thriller in overtime, 2-1. Nick Souretis scored the winning goal (assisted by Jake Hemingway) after Duxbury's Reilly Murphy tied it at 1-1 with 4:04 remaining in the third period. Will Doherty (assisted by Souretis and Tommy Carroll) scored the other goal.
In the girls game, Duxbury remained undefeated with an 8-0 win over the Rams. McKenna Colella scored four goals to lead the Dragons (9-0-2). Cam Jordan was solid defensively in the loss.
In other high school action on Monday:
Hanover 5, Pembroke 0: Robbie Hanna scored two goals and added two assists while Donovan Ryan recorded the shutout. Ben Lines, Mikey Munroe and Ryan Coutts had solo tallies while Max Dasilva handed out three assists. Zach Lee added two assists.
Canton 3, Newburyport 1: Brendan Tourgee scored a hat trick for the Bulldogs.
Scituate 3, Whitman-Hanson 0: Cole Coyne recorded the shutout in net while Ben Whitman, Dan Brown and Teagan Pratt scored for the Sailors (7-3). Erik Dean stopped 28 shots in the loss.
Norwell 3, Dartmouth 0: Quinn Devin recorded his first varsity shutout for the Clippers (6-1) while Jack Coyle, Kevin Leary and Timmy Ward scored the goals.
Quincy 9, Oliver Ames 6: The Presidents prevailed in a game that featured eight third-period goals. Sean McCarthy scored a hat trick in the loss.
East Bridgewater/West Bridgewater 6, Stoughton/Brockton 5: Sean Noonan scored two goals in the win and Christian Bates, Tyler Henderson, Anthony Patete and Luke Perry had solo tallies. Sean Garley scored two goals in the loss. Charlie Caputo, Ryan Summers and Cooper Card also scored for Stoughton/Brockton.
Hingham 3, St. Mary's (Lynn) 2: Charlie Even netted the winning goal midway through the third period. Paul Dzavik and Chase McKenna scored the other Harbormen goals.
Milton 6, Norwood 1: Jimmy Fallon, Jack Vaughan, Owen McHugh, Ryan Peterson, Liam Faherty and Matt Resnick each scored goals in the win for Milton.
Silver Lake 4, Rockland 1: Brett Evans scored two goals to lead the Lakers (6-2). Gavin Sampson and Markie Kelleher added solo tallies.
Middleboro 4, Cohasset/Hull 3: Cohasset/Hull trailed 4-1 entering the third period and Luke Dunham scored twice in the final period, but it was not enough to complete the comeback.
Abington 1, Blue Hills 0: Hunter Grafton scored the winning goal for the Green Wave while Spencer Merrick stopped 22 shots in a shutout effort. On Sunday, Abington tied South Shore Tech, 3-3, as Jake Quinn scored two goals.
Whitman-Hanson/Silver Lake 5, Norwell 1: Lily Ulvila scored two goals and Shea Kelleher (goal, two assists) added three points in the win. Bridget Cardarelli and Caitlin Dilley each tacked on a goal and an assist. Sadie Watchorn stopped 21 shots.
Mansfield/Oliver Ames/Foxboro 3, Longmeadow 2: Cammy Shanteler scored a pair of goals and Mya Waryas added the other in a MOA win.
King Philip 5, Archbishop Williams 1: The Bishops lost on the road.
Hingham 1, Notre Dame Academy 0: Caroline Doherty scored the lone goal off assists from Brenna Moynihan and Lily Steiner to win the Hingham Cup. Brynn Scott recorded a shutout.
Sandwich 6, Plymouth 1: Plymouth lost the non-league game.
Martha's Vineyard 3, Scituate 1: The Sailors fell in the finals of the Nan Rheault Tournament on Sunday. Emily Reardon scored the lone goal in the loss. To reach the final, Scituate defeated Malden Catholic in overtime, 5-4, as Kiera Modder assisted on the Sailors first four goals and then tallied the winner. Audrey Matin had two goals and an assist. Bridget Thompson and Haley McCarthy scored the other goals.
Needham 49, Bridgewater-Raynham 46: The tying 3-pointer rimmed out in the closing seconds as B-R (6-2) saw its four-game winning streak come to an end. Natalia Hall-Rosa scored a team-high 20 points in the loss.
Carver 68, Mashpee 56: Havannah Pina, Ashleigh Johnson and Abby Johnson all scored 18 points as the Crusaders (5-1) won the South Shore League Tobin Division game. This was Carver's first game in three weeks.
Hanover 38, Quincy 32: The Hawks (5-5) defeated the Presidents (5-5) as Dani Tilden scored 17 points and McKalah Gaine (13 points, 10 rebounds) had a double-double. MaryKate Flynn pulled down 10 rebounds.
Mansfield 54, Notre Dame Academy 40: Ava Orlando led the Cougars with 19 points in the loss.
Norwell 77, Middleboro 23: The Clippers (9-1) drained 13 3-pointers as Chloe Richardson (15 points), Grace Oliver (13) and Sara Cashin (13) all finished in double figures. Riley Griffin scored 9 points for the Sachems (5-3).
Weymouth 46, Milton 27: Megan Doyle posted a double-double (12 points, 12 rebounds) and Larissa Gilberto (10 points) led the way in the win. Ashlee Allen contributed with 8 points, 8 rebounds and 4 assists.
Foxboro 70, Abington 65: Tommy Fanara (17 points), Antwonne Graham Jr. (14) and Jeremiah Ismeus (12 points, 16 rebounds) were all in double figures in the loss.
Carver 57, Mashpee 38: Charlie Condon posted a triple-double (13 points, 11 rebounds, 10 assists) to lead the Crusaders. Matt Mullins (12 points) and Ray Boutiette (8) also chipped in.
BC High 87, Mansfield 65: Mike Loughnane led the way by dropping 41 points in the win. Greg Cooper added 17 points and Will Doyle finished with a double-double (11 points, 13 rebounds).
Hingham 74, Bridgewater-Raynham 62: Nick Johannes led all scorers with 34 points in the win and Liam McBride added 24.
Middleboro 73, Norwell 59: Gianni Perea led the Sachems (7-2) with 22 points. Cam Downey posted a double-double (15 points, 11 rebounds) and Jalen Moore scored 14 points and went 10 of 12 from the free-throw line. Connor O'Hare drained six 3-pointers in the loss.
Natick 134.75, Weymouth 132.6: On Sunday, the Wildcats were handed their first loss of the season despite a season-high team score. Captain Maggie Lynch won the all-around with a 35.95, scoring 9.2 on vault, 8.7 on bars, 8.9 on beam and 9.15 on floor. Molly Higgins and Kaitlyn Ridder tied for second on the vault. Alex Rey performed well in several events.
This article originally appeared on The Patriot Ledger: South Shore high school sports scores and highlights from Jan. 17