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Tuesday, May 17

Shore Conference Championship Games - At Monmouth University, Hesse Field

Boys SCT Final

1-Rumson-Fair Haven 12, 3-Wall 7

Senior midfielder Tommy French and junior attackman Cole Cashion each scored three goals, freshman attackman Grayson Goldin sank two goals, and junior goalie Will Setteducate made seven saves as the Bulldogs used a third-quarter surge to defeat the Crimson Knights and capture their second straight SCT title.

Junior defenseman Beau Kemler, junior attackman Quinn Stankovits and senior midfielders Jack McCarren and Philip Passalaqua each scored once for Rumson, which increased its Shore Conference-leading championship total to eight SCT crowns in the 17-year history of the tournament.

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Wall led 4-3 late in the first half before a goal by Kemler in transition knotted the score 4-4 heading to halftime. Rumson came out of the break and scored the next four goals in the third quarter to take an 8-4 lead and build a cushion that they would not relinquish.

Juinor attackman John McCurry had four goals and one assist and senior midfielder Matt Dollive scored twice for Wall, which was making its first SCT championship game appearance. Sophomore midfielder Shea Brennan scored once, senior goalie Aiden Kessler made eight saves, and freshman FOGO Michael Hoarle went 14-for-20 at the face-off X.

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Girls SCT Final

2-Trinity Hall, 17, 1-Rumson-Fair Haven 7

Senior Mary Kate Allingham delivered four goals and three assists while senior Paige Nolan and juniors Alex Popham and Peyton McGuire each tallied three goals and one assist as the Monarchs made history with an emphatic victory over the Bulldogs.

The SCT title is the first in program history for Trinity Hall and snapped Rumson's streak of eight consecutive Shore Conference Tournament championships.

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Trinity Hall jumped out to a 3-0 lead but Rumson answered with three straight goals of its own to tie the game 3-3. Trinity Hall then closed the first half with four straight goals to take a 7-3 lead into halftime. Rumson was able to cut its deficit to 7-4 on a goal by Rachel James early in the first half but Trinity Hall netted the next four goals to take an 11-4 lead. Jackie Bracelan scored for Rumson to make it 10-5 with 11:47 left but Trinity Hall answered once again, this time with fours goal in a row, to take a commanding 14-5 lead with 7:54 to play.

Charlotte Webber added two goals and one assist for the Monarchs while Mary Catherine O'Connor and Lily Wood each scored once. Nolan also battled with Rumson standout Abby Boyle on draws and came away with nine draw controls. Isabelle Darman made seven saves to backstop the historic victory.

Elliot Van Nice led Rumson with three goals and one assist. James scored twice, Boyle and Braceland had a goal and an assist each, and Ellie Bowen dished out two assists. Kayse Kiernan made four saves in goal.

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Nondivisional

Middletown North 11, Point Boro 6

 

Nonconference

Pingry 8, No. 4 CBA 7 (3OT)

Shawnee 10, No 5 Southern 9 (OT)

St. Joseph (Metuchen) 13, Red Bank Catholic 7

 

 

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