COLTS NECK - Christian Brothers Academy entered the season the No. 1 team in the Shore Sports Network Top 10 and looked every bit the part Thursday in a 6-0 rout of No. 7 Colts Neck.

Senior Aaron Robertson book-ended the scoring with goals in the fifth and 72nd minutes and senior Patrick Kollman - the hero from Tuesday's overtime win over Marlboro - added a goal and an assist.

CBA senior Matt Mawson scored one of his team's six goals on Thursday against Colts Neck. (Photo by Matt Manley)

CBA opened the scoring when senior Matt Mawson turned the corner on the left side and slid a pass to Kollman near the left post. Kollman slid a cross on the ground and Robertson ran onto it and knocked the ball in from close range.

Senior Matt Thorsheim extended CBA's lead to 2-0 in the 16th by settling a pass from senior Colin Lankau and drilling into the upper part of the netting from the six-yard line.

Sophomore Jack Gill capped the first-half scoring by one-timing a pass from senior T.J. Farr into the net in the 37th minute for his first varsity goal.

Kollman struck 4:39 into the second half by drilling a shot inside the near left post after Robertson flicked Ryan O'Connor's corner kick from the right corner with his head.

Mawson extended the Colts lead to 5-0 with a 20-yard strike from the left side of the field that ended up in the upper right side netting in the 48th.

CBA will play its home-opener Saturday against Don Bosco Prep and will also honor longtime coach Dan Keane prior to the game. Keane retired following the 2015-16 school year and was replace by Tom Mulligan, who coached at the lower levels of the program under Keane.