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Monday, April 18

Class A North

Manalapan 6, Middletown North 4

Sophomore midfielder Grant Carle and sophomore attackman Anthony Macchio each scored twice and senior goalie Alex Kaplan made eight saves as the Braves (5-3, 4-2) outscored the Lions (3-5, 2-2) in the second half to come away with the divisional victory.

The score was tied 3-3 at halftime before Manalapan scored once in the third quarter and twice in the fourth quarter.

Carle also had an assist to give him a team-high three points while sophomore attackman Christian Zdiarski notched a goal and an assist and sophomore midfielder Dylan Friedman scored once.

 

Nondivisional

No. 4 Wall 19, No. 10 Red Bank Catholic 6

Senior midfielder Matt Dollive had another dominant game with six goals and three assists and freshman midfielder Michael Hoarle continued his hot streak at the face-off X by going a perfect 22-for-22 as the Crimson Knights (8-1) walloped the Caseys (6-3) in a ranked matchup.

Wall jumped out to a 6-1 lead after the first quarter and led 13-2 at halftime en route to their second straight top-10 win. Junior attackman John McCurry sank three goals and dished out four assists, junior midfielder Connor Moore scored three goals, and senior midfielder Jake Davis delivered three goals and two assists. Junior LSM Dominick Giglio even provided offense with a goal and an assist while sophomores William Madden and Jack Meyer each scored once. Senior Aiden Kessler (2 saves) and sophomore Lucas Seelinger (4 saves) shared time in goal.

Junior midfielder Torin Harmon scored twice and sophomore attackman Jackson Lue had a goal and an assist to lead Red Bank Catholic. Sam Fertal, Peter Villare, and Ryan Brown all scored once and Gianvito Viola made 15 saves.

 

Point Boro 16, Central 1

Senior midfielder Aidan Kirk tallied five goals and three assists and freshman attackman Brady Kirk totaled two goals and four assists to lead the Panthers (7-1) to a victory over the Golden Eagles (0-8).

Matt Koehler added three goals, Brian Ostrander and Nick Campbell scored twice, Logan Morris had a goal and an assist, and Matt Meccia scored once. Tommy Morris went 12-for-13 on face-offs and Colin Cole made one save in goal.

 

Brick Memorial 15, St. John Vianney 4

Senior attackman Dan Aulisie poured in six goals with one assist and senior midfielder Henry Lindquist filled the stat sheet with three goals and four assists as the Mustangs (5-3) sprinted past the Lancers (1-6).

Brick Memorial opened an 11-2 lead at halftime and led 14-3 heading into the fourth quarter.

Senior Dylan Rinyak scored three times, senior Rob Beshears scored twice, and junior attackman Aiden McBride scored once. Junior FOGO Christian Valanzola won 15 of 23 face-offs and senior Paul Mazzeo (5 saves) and junior Josh Youmans (2 saves) split time in goal.

 

Jackson Liberty 7, Ocean 6

Micheal Terry scored three goals and Blaine Grayson made 19 saves in the loss for Ocean. Ben Girard added a goal and an assist and Willie Canavan and Brent Shaflin had one goal apiece.

 

Toms River East 8, Lacey 6

Luke Barber, Noah Raimonde, Zachary Laprise, and Nate Cummings each scored twice as the Raiders (4-3) bested the Lions (4-3) for the program's first three-game winning streak since 2018. Gabriel Lopez added two assists while Barber and Nicholas Taaffe had one assist each.

 

Donovan Catholic 9, Toms River North 8

Sophomore midfielder Andrew Baltus had another strong all-around game by supplying two goals and three assists to go along with a 14-for-20 day at the face-off X to help the Griffins (3-5) clip the Mariners (1-6).

Randy Spurling added two goals and one assist, Sonny Vanesko scored twice, and Connor Durante had a goal and two assists. Evan Roeber and Peyton Calvetto each scored once and Dermot Murphy. made 10 saves in goal to earn the win.

 

Barnegat 14, Marlboro 2

Senior midfielder Zach Mendes and senior attackman Ben Rothman scored goals for Marlboro while junior goalie DJ Silvia made five saves.

 

Nonconference

No. 1 Rumson-Fair Haven 12, Bridgewater-Raritan 4

Junior attackman/midfielder Cole Cashion was exceptional with a career-high six goals plus two assists and junior goalie Will Setteducate made nine saves as the Bulldogs (7-1) traveled to Basilone Field and handled the previously undefeated Panthers in a matchup of top 10 teams in New Jersey.

Bridgewater-Raritan entered with a 6-0 record and ranked No. 9 in the NJ.com Top 20. Rumson, which moved to 7-1 on the season, is ranked No. 6. Rumson started fast with a 4-0 first quarter and took a 6-1 lead into halftime before a 2-0 run in the third ballooned the advantage to 8-1. The Bulldogs' advantage was 12-2 when Cashion scored his sixth goal of the game off an assist from Bryce Devlin with 3:02 left in regulation before Bridgewater scored twice in the final 2:10.

Senior midfielder Tommy French added a hat trick, senior midfielder Philip Passalaqua and junior attackman Quinn Stankovits had a goal and an assist each, and freshman attackman Grayson Goldin scored once.

 

No. 5 Shore 14, Lenape 8

Senior midfielder Jamie Mazzacco posted a 10-point game with five goals and five assists to power the Blue Devils (4-1) to a victory over the Indians (0-3).

Senior attackman Carson Cooke totaled four goals and two assists and sophomore Carson Spallone tallied two goals and three assists. Sophomore midfielder Sam Madalone scored twice and sophomore Lucas White contributed a goal and an assist. The Blue Devils received strong work at the face-off X as the tandem of Brendan O'Brien (9-for-13) and Tucker Malfa (8-for-12) combined to win 68 percent of draws. Junior goalie Walker Hunter had another great game in goal with 21 saves.

 

Old Bridge 13, Colts Neck 3

Sean Perkinson scored twice and junior LSM Thomas Halmi scored once for Colts Neck while junior goalie Jack Dodd made 16 saves.

 

Sayreville 14, Neptune 1

Michale Loff scored Neptune's goal off an assist from Brendan Mansfield. Laens Bastain made eight saves in goal.

 

 

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