Shore Conference Boys Lacrosse Scoreboard for Wednesday, April 13
Wednesday, April 13
Class A North
No. 6 CBA 17, Colts Neck 1
Junior attackman Nick Blalock delivered four goals and three assists and sophomore attackman Ryan Martin tallied two goals and four assists to lead the way for the Colts (5-3, 4-0) as they overpowered the Cougars (1-4, 0-3) to remain undefeated in division play.
Jack Phillips added two goals and one assist, Cameron D'Alterio scored twice, Christian D'Alterio had a goal and an assist, and Davis Campbell, Christian Petruzelli, Ian Macrae, Aayush Dave, Jake Andreski, and Liam Schwartz each scored once. Chase Bazant chipped in with two assists and Jack Santos had one assist.
No. 7 Howell 14, No. 8 Middletown South 5
The Rebels' offense scored eight unanswered goals in the second half and the defense held Middletown South to just two goals over the final three quarters to earn an impressive divisional victory.
Junior Jack Marich scored a game-high four goals and senior midfielder Tyler Burns tallied a game-high five points on three goals and two assists. Senior goalie Colin Fay was great in the fourth quarter with six saves to stop any chances at an Eagles comeback.
Senior attackman Vin Burns also had a hat trick while senior midfielder Doug MacKenzie registered two goals and one assist, junior attackman Nate Lorenzo and sophomore midfielder Ian McDow had a goal and an assist each, senior middie Chris Calafiore chipped in with one assist, and senior FOGO Glenn Giordano battled his way to an 11-for-22 afternoon at the face-off X.
Senior midfielder Luke Rohrmann scored twice and junior goalie Lucas Campos made six saves. Sophomore midfielder Colin Gallagher had a goal and an assist, senior attackman John Beyer and sophomore defenseman Owen Richter each scored once, and junior FOGO Beau Servidio won 11 of 22 faceoffs.
Howell is now 4-2 overall and remains unbeaten in Class A North play while Middletown South falls to 5-2 and 3-2 in A-North.
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Marlboro 16, Long Branch 0
Senior midfielder Zach Mendes scored a career-high five goals and senior attackman Ben Rothman totaled three goals and two assists to lead the Mustangs (2-4, 1-3) to a victory over the Green Wave (0-5, 0-3).
Kyle Potterton, Aiden Dubinski, and Noah Gothelf had a goal and an assist each while Eddie West, Michael Giancaspro, Eddie Parsons, William Oplinger, and Ethan Cash all scored once.
Luis Rojas made eight saves and Arthur Pereira made two saves for Long Branch.
Middletown North 4, Freehold Township 3
The Lions (2-4, 2-1) used a three-goal third quarter to squeeze past the Patriots (0-6, 0-3)) and earn their second win of the season. Hayden Claudio, Anthony Torregrossa, Colin Devine, and Cole Kroeper each scored once, and Ryan McInnes made nine saves.
Aidan Harrington scored twice, Jaden Buckley scored once, and Connor Brown made 12 saves for Freehold Township. Ryan Rowold and Nolan Thompson chipped in with one assist each.
Class A South
No. 3 Southern 12, Jackson Memorial 2
Senior attackman Jack Kolbe scored four goals with one assist and senior midfielder Jake Washco sank three goals with one assist as the Rams (6-0, 3-0) rolled to a victory over the Jaguars (5-2, 3-0) to extend their Class A South winning streak to 59 games.
Junior attackman Hayden Lucas had another multi-assist game with a goal and three assists while senior Kurt Falk controlled the face-off X by winning 11 of 15 draws against another of the conference's top FOGOs in Jackson's Charlie Harrison. Sophomore attackman Konnor Forlai and junior midfielder Joey DeYoung each had a goal and an assist and senior attackman Jake Cornelius scored once. Senior goalie Tyler Sininsky made six saves and sophomore goalie Nick Roesch made four saves.
Hunter Olsen made 15 saves for Jackson Memorial, Justin Perillo had a goal and an assist, and Harrison scored once.
Brick Memorial 17, Central 1
Senior attackman Dylan Rinyak totaled five goals and two assists and junior attackman Aiden McBride tallied four goals and two assists to send the Mustangs (4-3, 2-1) to a win over the Golden Eagles (0-7, 0-3).
Senior attackman Dan Aulisi added three goals and two assists, senior midfielder Henry Lindquist had two goals and three assists, and senior attackman Rob Beshears, senior defenseman Chase DeVeau, and junior midfielder Josh James each scored once. Junior FOGO Christian Valanzola went 22-for-22 on faceoffs and picked up 13 ground balls and senior goalie Paul Mazzeo made five saves.
Senior midfielder Dominick Faulo scored the lone goal for Central.
Toms River South 7, Brick 6
Senior Corey Kaiser and sophomore Brady Derome each registered two goals and one assist as the Indians (4-2, 2-1) rallied for a one-goal victory over the Dragons (1-6, 0-3).
Shane Toal had a goal and two assists, Aidan Vicidomini had a goal and an assist, Nicholas Romaine scored once, and Cal Narvaez had one assist. Jake Hull made 14 saves in goal to earn the win.
Senior attackman Justin Kurc scored a game-high five goals and sophomore midfielder Cailean Connolly scored his first varsity goal to supply the scoring for Brick. Junior goalie Jason Glandorf made 11 saves.
Toms River East 8, Toms River North 5
Junior midfielder Luke Barber had a dominant game against his former team by scoring five goals with one assist, picking up 14 ground balls, and winning 14 of 16 faceoffs to power the Raiders (2-3, 2-1) to a victory over the rival Mariners (1-5, 1-2).
Toms River North led 4-3 at halftime before Toms River East scored three times in the third quarter to take the lead for good. Freshman Nate Cummings and senior Gabriel Lopez had one goal each and junior goalie Lester Cook made four saves.
Junior attackman Nick Walano scored three times and junior goalie Evan Singer made 28 saves to lead Toms River North. Patrick Bennett and Cooper Lachowitz added one goal each.
Class B North
No. 5 Shore 19, Neptune 3
Senior attackman Carson Cooke led the way with two goals and five assists as the Blue Devils (3-1, 2-1) cruised to a victory over the Scarlet Fliers (0-6, 0-3).
Sophomore midfielder Sam Madalone totaled three goals and two assists, sophomore Carson Spallone notched a hat trick plus one assist, and senior midfielder Jamie Mazzacco tallied a goal and three assists. Ryan Turner scored twice, Brady Cooke had a goal and two assists, and Aidan Murphy, Ben Levy, Lucas White, and Braden Miller each had a goal and an assist. Andrew Decker, Declan O'Sullivan, and Tucker Malfa chipped in with one goal each.
Malfa also went 13-for-13 at the face-off X and Brendan O'Brien won 12 of 13 faceoffs. Noah Karaban made four saves and Walker Hunter made three saves.
Shore led 11-0 after the first quarter.
Neptune was led by goals from Andrew Reynolds, Michael Loff, and Ryan Podlaski while goalie Laens Bastain had 10 saves.
No. 10 Red Bank Catholic 17, St. John Vianney 1
Junior midfielder Torin Harmon had an 11-point game with six goals and five assists to power the Caseys (5-2, 2-1) to a convincing win over the rival Lancers (1-4, 1-2).
Sophomore attackman Jackson Lu also had a big game with three goals and three assists while junior midfielder Sam Fertal scored four goals and senior attackman Anthony Muniz had a goal and four assists. Senior attackman Ryan Brown added two goals and junior defenseman Nick Cosimano had another superb all-around game by winning 10 of 11 faceoffs, collecting 10 ground balls, and scoring a goal. Sophomore defenseman Connor Harms won 9 of 10 at her face-off X and picked up 11 ground balls and sophomore goalie Gianvito Viola made 14 saves. Nick Lindung and Peter Villare chipped in with one assist each.
Holmdel 15, Ocean 2
Junior attackman Dylan Lagana scored four times and senior attackman Kyle Kapcsos delivered three goals and three assists to send the Hornets past the Spartans.
Sophomore midfielder Will Gilfillan and senior attackman Evan Cohen each totaled three goals and two assists while senior midfielders Aidan Lagana and Jared Battaglia both had a goal and two assists. Freshman Jack Powers won 16 of 20 faceoffs and also had an assist while sophomore Matt Tempone also had one assist. Junior goalie Andrew Arredondo made 10 saves.
Ben Girard scored twice and Blaine Grayson made 17 saves for Ocean.
Class B South
No. 2 Manasquan 17, Lacey 3
Gaetano Dimiele, Zach Brewer, and John Dodaro scored goals and Chad Moore made four saves for Lacey.
No. 4 Wall 20, St. Rose 0
Junior attackman John McCurry posted a 10-point game with two goals and eight assists as the Crimson Knights (5-1, 2-1) shut out the Purple Roses (5-2, 2-1).
Junior midfielder Connor Moore had a game-high five goals plus two assists and senior midfielder Matt Dollive also totaled seven points with two goals and five assists. Sophomore midfielder Shea Brennan added three goals and one assist, sophomore midfielder Will Madden and sophomore attackman Jack Mayer each had two goals and one assist, senior midfielder Jake Davis scored twice, and junior LSM Dominick Giglio had a goal and two assists plus 10 ground balls. Freshman attackman Owen Moore added one goal and freshman midfielder Michael Hoarle won 12 of 17 faceoffs.
Sophomore Lucas Seelinger made one save in goal.
Point Boro 13, Barnegat 9
Senior midfielder Aidan Kirk returned after missing two games and delivered six goals and one assist to re-take the Shore Conference scoring lead and pilot the Panthers to a big divisional victory over the Bengals.
Kirk now has 26 goals and 15 assists for 41 points.
Freshman attackman Brady Kirk continued his great season with three goals and four assists to give him 19 goals and 21 assists for 40 points, which is second in the Shore Conference. Brian Ostrander and Nick Campbell added a goal and two assists each, Matt Koehler and Logan Morris both had a goal and an assist, and Matt Azzarano made nine saves. Tommy Morris continued his strong play at the face-off X by winning 19 of 24 draws.
Point Boro trailed 5-3 at halftime before scoring six times in the third quarter and four more times in the fourth quarter.
Donovan Catholic 9, Jackson Liberty 5
Sophomore Paul Capozzi scored four goals and sophomore Matthew LaBianca made 21 saves for Jackson Liberty. Junior Reese Stewart scored once and junior Sam Matthies had two assists.