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PagelO POST-GAZETTE, MARCH 5, 2010 0 USA! 0 CANADA! 0 HOCKEY! If you were among the mil- lions who watched Sunday's Gold Medal Olympic Hockey USA-Canada game, won by Canada 3-2 in overtime, watched the medal presen- tation and listened to the playing and singing of the National Anthem, you under- stand what we know. HOPE LINE ON LINE Click on www.BostonYouth Zone.com, go to the summer jobs link. The application will be available 24 hours a day from now to 11:59pm on March 15, 2010. To register you must be a full-time resi- dent of the City of Boston, must be 15 years old on or before July 5, 2010 and can- not turn 18 years of age" on or before August 13, 2010. Remember, registration does not guarantee a summer job. ALUMNI UPDATE If you attended St. John School, St. Anthony's or St. Mary's in the North End, St. John's, as part of their 2010 Development Initiative "Reconnecting with Alumni," is updating its alumni data base. Forms are available at Sacred Heart Church or you can email Development Di- rector Lisa Santarpio with the info at Isantarpio@sjsne.com or call 617-227-0457. MARCH MADNESS In PRELIMINARY BOYS HOOP Charlestown defeated Methuen 71-60. St. Clement topped Mystic Valley 76-57. Weymouth beat Xaverian 65- 63. Cambridge dropped Lowell 71-60. East Boston dissed Lowell 75-71. St. John's Prep whipped Waltham 70-55. Chelsea defeated Wakefield 60-57. Salem edged Brighton 61-59. North Reading topped Arlington Catholic 70-58. Lynn Tech clocked Wakefield 85-46. Trinity Catholic KOed St. "Mary's of Lynn 70-57. Snowden defeated Maimon- ides 64-60. Catholic Memo- rial rocked West Roxbury 79-57. Dedham dropped O'Bryant 72-67. Former Charlestown High star Ander- son Santana had 29 points to lead Southie past Watertown 57-52. The Dave Campbell (29 points)-Spencer Braitwaite (25 points) helped Madison Park beat up Durfee 83-75. Malden Catholic fell to North Andover 59-32. Charlestown was ousted by Central Catho- lic 78-42. Cathedral crushed Blue Hills 78-60. In QUARTERFINAL play Madison Park dissed North Attleboro 80-61. Milton KOed Boston English 73-67. Acton- Boxboro booted Cambridge 56- 47. St. John's Prep eliminated Eastie 60-56. Reading rocked out Chelsea 76-66. New Mission rolled on defeating Trinity Catholic 83-42. Snow- den dissed Rockport 69-50. Winthrop sank St. Clement 62-45. CM fell to Newton North 71-55. Spellmen sent Dighton Rehoboth home 59- 49 and Cathedral clocked Marian 68-36. South Boston fell to Lynn Tech 67-63. Cen- tral Catholic packed up Andover 78-56. In PRELIMINARY/ROUND 1 GIRLS HOOP Latin Academy defeated Brighton 74-46. Wil- Bob D'S Beat by Bob DeCristoforo liams ousted Ursuline 67-43. Burke buried Canton 62-50. Peabody pounded Everett 71-55. Mount St. Joseph tipped Mystic Valley 59-54 in overtime. Presentation of Mary defeated St. Clement 60-41. West Roxbury topped Madison Park 36-32. Somerville fell to Lincoln- Sudbury 51-49. Fenway upped Shawsheen 47-33 and Manchester-Essex stunned Pope John 58-41. St, Mary's Lynn defeated Weston 48-41. Georgetown shocked New Mission 47-45. Matignon defeaed Whittier 55-42. Marshfield defeated West Roxbury 71-24 and Fontbonne dropped Natick 61-49. In QUARTERFINAL play Wil- liams moved on defeating Spellmen 44-39. Ashland nipped Burke 55-54. Arling- ton Catholic knocked out Blue Hills 52-31. Latin Academy was defeated by Wilmington 67-42. Fenway topped Georgetown 58-53. Presentation of Mary tipped Lowell Catholic 46-42 and Fonbonne sent Feehan pack- ing 68-60. Matignon goes to the semifinals defeating Mount St. Joseph 55-31. On the ice Xaverian topped Burlington 3-2, and Winches- ter topped Central Catholic 5- 3 to move into the IA Super Eight. Burlington and Central Catholic move into D1 play. Winthrop shutout Fenwick 7- 0. Boston Latin sank Water- town 5-2. Marian rocked Rockland 3-2, and Waltham whipped St. John's Prep 4-1. St. Clement was iced by Weston 4-1 and Latin Acad- emy fell to Rockport/Man- chester-Essex 3-2 in over- time. Arlington Catholic shutout Reading 1-0 in a shootout. St. Mary's Lynn nipped St. John (S) 2-1. Dex- ter dropped New Hampton 10- 1. Dover Sherbourne topped Marian 6- I. In QUARTERFINAL action Winthrop tipped Boston Latin 2-1. Arlington Catholic de- feated Woburn 5-I. St. Mary's Lynn won, stopping Waltham 3-2 in a shootout. Catholic Central defeated Acton- Boxboro 4-I. In the 1A first round double elimination tournament. Austin Prep shutout Xaverian 2-0. CM beat Winchester 5-1. Hing- ham dropped Springfield Ca- thedral 4-2 and Malden Catholic defeated Needham 3-I. Archbishop Williams upped Falmouth 7-1. In GIRLS HOCKEY Everett lost to Framingham 4-3. Arlington Catholic shutout Winthrop 4-0, but the Cougars were eliminated by Spring- field Cathedral 3-2. Austin Prep was defeated by Acton Boxborough 2-1. St. Mary's Lynn shutout Andover 6-0. In the A1 ICE HOCKEY double elimination Round 2 Springfield Cathedral de- feated Austin Prep 2-1 in overtime, and Hingham dropped Xaverian 3-1. DeROSA, TUFTS OVER AND OUT Tommy DeRosa got a goal, but Middlebury got six defeat- ing the Jumbos 6-1 in the NESAC Tournament. Offense team leader Tommy D., fin- ished the year with 15 goals, 16 assists for 31 points. Tufts finished the year at 12-10-3 overall and 8-8-3 in NESCAC play. COLLEGE BOARD In Hockey East the Eagles continue to soar. Early in the week BC shutout Merrimack 7-0. Cam Atkinson had 3 goals and Joe Whitney had 3 assists and Friday night BC defeated Massachusetts 2-1 on an OT goal by Chris Kreider. In the past three games BC has outscored their opponents 16-2. Merri- mack stunned Maine 6-3, but the Black Bears came back to win 5-1 splitting the series. ULowell picked off three big points shutting out Provi- dence 4-0 and coming back to tie up the Friars 2-2. My "Friday Hockey Night" was "another visit to Northeastern. After splitting a big weekend series with BC, the Huskies returned home and hung on to tie UNH 4-4 before a shocked very partisan NU Dog House. NU had led 3-0. Wildcat Blake Kessel tied it up at 19:26 of the third per- iod. Up at UNH the first place Wildcats won 3-1 getting two goals in a 12 second third period span. In another very important series up at Vermont the Catamounts iced BU 7-3, and then came from behind on Josh Burrows goal with less than four minutes to go to win 3-2. For the sweep! The regular season is over in the ECAC Yale, Cornell, Union, and Colgate finished 1 thru 4 and now awaits the winners of St. Lawrence at Clarkson, Ren-nessliar at Brown, Quin- nipiac at Dartmouth and Harvard at Princeton series. Higher seed getting home ice. In the Womens Hockey East playoffs three was not a charm for Northeastern, who was defeated by UConn 4-1. NU had defeated UConn in their two previous meetings. We know Northeastern will make some noise when the NCAA pairings are an- nounced. BU won their quar- terfinal game defeating BC 3-1. The Hockey East Women semifinals and champion- ship will be decided in Provi- dence this weekend. In the ECAC Womens quarterfinals Harvard swept Princeton 4-1. TIDBITS -Happy Chinese New Year ... the Year of the Tiger! - March is Women's History Month. - Celeb Sightings: Mike D'Elia, "Barbo" Mike Gian- nosoli, "star to be" Mr. Riccio and Representative Aaron all taking in the Celtics, Zach West and buddies "Live" on Hanover Street; Connie "dad" and Alex Campea's brother Bruno on Cross Street gear- ing up for the Detroit Frozen Four, Anthony "Dun Dun" Repucci headed toward the Market, Joe Mantone headed up Prince Street, "boys" look- ing for ice cream at the TD Bank Garden, Justin Amo- roso, Richie Firicano, Boston Blazer Dance Team Member Kate Stanley getting ready for Saturday's game with Wash- ington, and working hard at Bova's, Korey McIssacI - Don't forget the "Light is on For You". SMILE! Fact reviewing the ALMOST ALICE (CD) Buena Vista Buena Vista releases Al- most Alice, an album that puts a musical mad hatter spin on Alice and her magi- cal Wonderland. Utilizing an eclectic array of recording artists with original songs based on the film's unique characters, with something for everyone. The lead single, "Alice" is written and per- formed by Avril Lavigne, along with "The Poison" (The All-American Rejects), "The Technicolor Phase" (Owl City), "Her Name Is Alice" (Shinedown), "Painting Flow- ers" (All Time Low), "Where's My Angel" (Metro Station), and "Strange" sung by Tokio Hotel and Kerli. Get up as 3OH!3 signals "Follow Me Down," trailed by "Very Good Advice" from the 1951 Dis- ney film, plus "In Transit" (Mark Hoppus and Pete Wentz), "Welcome to Mystery" (Plain White T's), "Tea Party" (Kerli), "The Lobster Qua- drille" (Franz Ferdinand), and "Always Running Out of Time" from Motion City Soundtrack. Wolfmother de- livers "Fell Down a Hole," and it all comes to an end with Jefferson Airplane's "White Rabbit" done magically by Grace Potter and the Noctur- nals. A Wonderland of songsl LITTLE BOOTS n HANDS (CD) Elektra Brit sensation Victoria Hesketh a/k/a Little Boots is UK pop music's "next big thing" -- as the petite 25- year-old paves the way for the future of dance-pop. Proof of that can be found on her much-anticipated album Hands -- a dozen songs that will keep your boots right on the dance floor. Boots delivers tracks with melodies and moods that overwhelm, and impossible to get enough of. Expose yourself to the sultry opener "New In Town," the destructive "Earth- quake," the hit song that started it all on Youtube "Stuck On Repeat," the chemistry of "Click," the cur- rent single is the synth- pop-gem "Remedy," and hits the halfway mark with the haunting "Meddle." Boots kicks off the second half with the spirited "Ghosts," the sum of it all "Mathematics," the straight-up "Symmetry," the inviting "Tune Into My Heart," the pulsating "Hearts Collide," and screeches to a halt with "No Brakes." Little Boots' feet are firmly planted on the groundl LOVE HAPPENS ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK (CO) La-La Land Love Happens is a ro- mantic comedy starring Aaron Eckhart as therapist Dr. Burke Ryan, and Jenni- fer Aniston as florist Eloise Chandler. The original mu- sic by composer Christopher Young is the perfect compan- ion to the story that has both people struggling with the hurt of love and loss. Eventu- ally finding themselves in a place where sometimes, love by bob morello the rest happens when you least ex- pect it. Young has already had success composing scores for, Spiderman, Ghostrider, The Grudge, and Drag Me To Hell. Love Happens is chock full, with sixteen outstanding tracks from the film, along with seven Bonus Tracks, each song spewing the emotions of the rollercoaster ride between the two principals in this fas- cinating comedy. CARRIE NEWCOMER -- BEFORE AND AFTER (CD) Rounder Carrie Newcomer's name is a misnomer, as this is her twelfth release on Rounder. Born a Quaker, Newcomer deftly uses her music to cut across secular and spiritual boundaries. The title track begins the festivities, as Mary Chapin Carpenter du- ets, adding her resonant vocals to "Before and After," the "Ghost Train" leaves the station with a message, the elegant string sound of "I Do Not Know Its Name," plus the skimming lyrics of "Stones in the River," the wishful "If Not Now," a bright ray of hope with "A Small Flash- light," and the forgetful "I Meant to Do My Work Today." "A Simple Change of Heart" sets the pace for second half beauties as, "Hush," the bit- ing "Coy Dogs," singing the praises of "Do No Harm," the poignant "I Wish I May, I Wish I Might," and the humorous bonus track "A Crash of Rhi- noceros." Newcomer will be on tour, March 26 at the Harvard Public Library/ Harvard MA, and March 27 at Cambridge's Club Passim. KEN PEPLOWSKI NOIR BLUE (CD) Capri Jazz reedman Ken Peplow- ski teams up with drummer Joe La Barbera, the well-re- spected bassist Jay Leon- hart, and acclaimed pianist Shelly Berg, to create a stel- lar group. Together they of- fer up a delicious mix of stan- dards, with the music of Duke Ellington/Billy Stray- horn, and three original compositions. Peplowski opens up on clarinet for the straight ahead sound of Irv- ing Berlin's "The Best Thing For You," switching over to saxophone for pianist Berg's tune, the bossa beat beauty "Home With You," trailing with the airy Ellington/ Strayhorn tune "Bourbon Street Jingling Jollies," let's it all hang out for Hoagy Carmichael's "Riverboat Shuffle," and lower the deci- bels to tender mode for a won- derful job on Ray Noble/Max Kester's "Love Locked Out." Drummer La Barbera's com- position "If Not For You" gets royal treatment, followed by a pair of Strayhorn ballads - "Multi-Colored Blue" and the title cut "Noir Blue." Jerome Kern's "Nobody Else But Me" gets a makeover bop version by the boys, before delivering Peplowksi's lengthy, original composition of "Little Dogs." No matter how you color it, Peplowski paints the town red with his exciting albuml