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Boys Lacrosse: 2017 Shore Conference Tournament Scoreboard

Results from all rounds of the 2017 Shore Conference Boys Lacrosse Tournament.


Lacrosse Scoreboard

Monday, May 15, Championship game at Long Branch

No. 1 Manasquan 8,. No. 2 Rumson-Fair Haven 7

 

Thursday, May 11, Semifinals at Long Branch HS

1-Manasquan 11, 4-CBA 5

Sophomore attackman Canyon Birch scored five goals with one assist and senior attackman Jarrett Birch scored four goals, while senior goalie Tom Pollock was tremendous with 15 saves to lead the Warriors back to the SCT final.

Manasquan scored five goals in the third quarter to break open game that was 4-3 at halftime. Senior midfielder Pat Felstedt and junior midfielder James Mele also had goals for Manasquan.

Luke Valentino scored twice and Nick Casner had two assists for CBA.

 

2-Rumson-Fair Haven 16, 6-St. John Vianney 3

Senior attackman Alex Werner scored three goals with five assists and senior attackman Charlie Curran scored four times as the Bulldogs buried the Lancers to return to the SCT final.

Colin Pavluk and Garrett Sweeley each scored twice for Rumson.

 

Tuesday, May 9, Quarterfinals

1-Manasquan 17, 8-Howell 2

Sophomore attackman Canyon Birch scored five times and seniors Jarrett Birch and Devan Carroll had hat tricks as the top-seeded Warriors dispatched of the Rebels to reach the SCT semifinals for the third straight season.

Sophomore midfielder James Pendergist scored twice with two assists and senior attackman Joe Tonkovich had two goals with one assist for Manasquan. Senior midfielder Pat Felstedt tallied a goal and three assists and James McElduff scored once. Sophomore goalie Mike LaPoint made six saves and senior Tom Pollock made five saves.

Manasquan will play fourth-seeded CBA in the first SCT semifinal, 4 p.m. Thursday at Long Branch High School.

Coleman Chrzan and Thomas Damelio scored for Howell while Nick Roberto made 10 saves.

 

4-CBA 8, 5-Freehold Township 6

Junior midfielder Luke Valentino scored four goals and senior goalie Ryan McGuiness made 14 saves to lead the Colts past the Patriots for the second time this season and into the SCT semifinals.

Nick Casner had a goal and two assists and Robbie Hermansen, Tom Convery and Chris Romano each scored once.

CBA will play top-seeded Manasquan in the first semifinal, 4 p.m. Thursday at Long Branch High School.

Drew Dunn had two goals and one assist and Mike Colicchia also scored twice for Freehold Township. Chris Novella and Josh Nastarowicz each scored once.

 

6-St. John Vianney 10, 14-St. Rose 6

Senior midfielder Ryan Gilfillan scored four goals and senior attackman Andrew Porretta tallied two goals and four assists as the Lancers outlasted the Purple Roses to reach the SCT semifinals for the first time in program history.

Senior attackman Chris Kelly added a hat trick, senior attackman Tino D’Amore scored once and sophomore goalie C.J. Hanson was stellar in goal with 12 saves. Freshmen midfielders Anthony Brett and Matt Franzoni each recorded two assists.

St. John Vianney will play No. 2 seed Rumson-Fair Haven in the second semifinal, 6 p.m. Thursday at Long Branch High School.

Senior attackman Chris Bormida scored four goals and senior goalie Robbie Brugnoli made 13 saves to lead St. Rose. Griffin McDermott and Alex Phipps each scored once.

 

2-Rumson-Fair Haven 14, 7-Wall 6

Senior attackman Colin Pavluk scored five goals and added two assists and senior attackman Alex Werner had a hat trick plus two assists as the defending champion Bulldogs cruised past the Crimson Knights and into the semifinals.

Garrett Sweeley scored twice, Bryan Hess had a goal and two assists and Conor Deverin made 11 saves for Rumson. Charlie Curran added a goal and an assist and Peter Lucas and Ryan Tuorto each scored once.

Rumson will play sixth-seeded St. John Vianney in the second semifinals, 6 p.m. on Thursday at Long Branch High School.

Mike McIntyre had a hat trick and Sean DeMott made 24 saves for Wall. Will Forte had a goal and an assist and Kyle Peters and Connor Prindiville each scored once.

 

Monday, May 8, First Round

1-Manasquan 16, 17-Holmdel 2

Sophomore attackman Canyon Birch scored six goals with four assists and senior attackman Jarrett Birch scored five times as the Warriors (14-1) dominated the Hornets (9-7) to reach the SCT quarterfinals.

Senior midfielder Devan Carroll scored twice with one assist, senior midfielder John Moran and sophomore midfielder James Pendergist had one goal and one assist each and Tim Moloughney scored once. Senior goalie Tom Pollock made four saves and sophomore goalie Mike LaPoint made three saves.

Billy DiMaio scored twice and Nick Tucillo made 21 saves for Holmdel. Senior Jack Cook went 18-for-22 on face-offs with 10 ground balls.

Manasquan will host eighth-seeded Howell in the SCT quarterfinals on Tuesday.

 

Sunday, May 7, First Round

4-CBA 15, 13-Lacey 5

Junior attackman Mike Carroll had a hat trick with two assists and senior attackman Nick Casner scored twice and assisted on four goals to power the Colts (8-5) past the Lions (7-5) and into the SCT quarterfinals.

Connor Macrae tallied two goals and one assist and Hunter Connellan also scored twice for CBA. Luke Valentino had a goal and an assist and Robbie Hermansen, Pat Convery, Chris Romano, Matt Farrell and defenseman Jack Koury each scored once. Chris Downey made four saves.

CBA will face fifth-seeded Freehold Township in the quarterfinals on Tuesday. In their regular season meeting the Colts rallied for a thrilling 14-12 victory over the Patriots that helped them lock up the Class A North division title.

 

Saturday, May 6, 

PRELIMINARY ROUND

17-Holmdel 7, 16-Middletown South 6

Senior midfielder Kevin Burmeister scored four goals and Justin Arredondo had a goal and three assists as the Hornets (9-6) edged the Eagles (8-6) to advance in the SCT.

Senior Jack Cook once again dominated the face-off circle by winning 16 of 17 draws with 11 ground balls, and also tallied one goal and one assist. Jake Preziose scored once and Joe Hazel had two assists. Nick Tucillo made 12 saves.

 

FIRST ROUND

14-St. Rose 8, 3-Southern 7

The Purple Roses (10-5) pulled off the biggest upset in the 13-year history of the boys lacrosse Shore Conference Tournament and earned the biggest win in program history when they stunned the Rams (11-3) on the road.

Senior attackman Chris Bormida led the way with four goals and senior goalie Robbie Brugnoli had the game of his life with 25 saves against the Rams’ high-scoring offense. Senior attackman Griffin McDermott added a hat trick and junior attackman Shane Reilly scored once.

St. Rose will take on sixth-seeded St. John Vianney in the quarterfinals on Tuesday.

Southern entered the game on a 10-game winning streak and had reached the SCT semifinals in four consecutive seasons, including winning the SCT title in 2015 and reaching the final in 2013 and 2014.

Senior attackman Kyle Mulrane led Southern with three goals and two assists and senior goalie Tristan Farina made eight saves. Will Johnson, Nick Fontana and Ryan McWhorter each had one goal and one assist. Dylan Smith scored once.

 

8-Howell 11, 9-Ocean 4

Senior attackman Ryan Damelio scored three goals, including his 100th career point, and senior midfielder Nico Lorenzo also scored three times with one assist as the Rebels (12-3)  topped the Spartans (12-3) to advance in the SCT.

Sophomore goalie Nick Roberto made 19 saves, including several difficult stops in the second half that enabled Howell to keep its distance from Ocean, Freshman midfielder Vaughn Meehan also played a big role by winning 14 of 18 face-offs, including 8-for-10 in the first half when Howell grabbed a 9-2 lead. Jake Goldberg finished with two goals, Drew Bukowiec had one goal and two assists Coleman Chrzan and Ryan Choffey each scored once.

Holden Lowe had one goal and one assist, Clayton Hauck, Jordan Ornowski and Mike Nies each scored once and David Walk made five saves for Ocean.

In Tuesday’s quarterfinal round, Howell will play the winner of Monday’s first-round game between 17th-seeded Holmdel and No. 1 Manasquan.

 

5-Freehold Township 16, 12-Shore 5

Senior attackman Drew Dunn scored three goals with four assists and senior attackman Josh Nastarowicz tallied three goals and three assist to lead the Patriots (10-4) past the Blue Devils (9-6) and into the SCT quarterfinals.

Senior midfielder Mike Ferdinandi scored a game-high four goals and junior attackman Chris Novella had two goals and four assists. Mike Martino also scored twice while Matt Graybush and defenseman Shawn Poole each scored once. Billy Patten made 14 saves.

Freehold Township awaits the winner of Sunday’s game between fourth-seeded Christian Brothers Academy and 13th-seeded Lacey.

Tom Bocco scored twice and Jack Brignola made 16 saves for Shore. Jake Turner added a goal and an assist while Terry Carlstrom and defenseman Matt Laytham scored once.

 

6-St. John Vianney 8, 11-Jackson Memorial 7

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Senior attackman Andrew Porretta poured in three goals and three assists and senior midfielder Ryan Gilfillan notched three goals and one assist as the Lancers (9-7) built a 5-2 halftime lead and held off the Jaguars (9-5).

Freshmen midfielders Matt Franzoni and Anthony Brett each scored once and sophomore goalie C.J. Hanson made six saves.

St. John Vianney will host a quarterfinal game on Tuesday after 14th-seeded St. Rose shocked third-seeded Southern, 8-7. The Lancers have never reached the Shore Conference Tournament semifinals.

Senior attackman Dakota Neron had two goals and one assist and senior attackman John Chitren and freshman midfielder Aaron Hutchinson scored two goals apiece for Jackson. Sophomore attackman Santo Porazzo scored once and Yael Bonilla made seven saves.

Jackson played without senior starting goalie Dylan Furnback, who suffered a season-ending injury in the Jaguars’ loss to Brick Memorial last week.

 

7-Wall 18, 10-Brick Memorial 8

Junior attackmen Mike McIntyre and Jack Textor each scored four goals and junior attackman Tim O’Hern tallied two goals and five assists as the Crimson Knights (10-1) cruised past the Mustangs (7-6) to advance in the SCT.

Junior midfielder Will Forte added three goals and two assists, junior midfielder Connor Prindiville also had a hat trick and sophomore goalie Sean DeMott made 12 savess. Kyle Peters and Shane Meyler had one goal each and senior Evan Gacos won 21 of 28 face-offs.

Wall will play second-seeded and defending Rumson-Fair Haven in the quarterfinals on Tuesday. It will be the first meeting all-time between the two programs.

Junior attackman Joey Ferrera led Brick Memorial with two goals and three assists. Senior attackman Gavin Murphy tallied two goals and two assists, senior midfielder Vincent Spinelli had a goal and two assists and seniors Zack Morton and Mike Mowder each scored once. Matt Wood made 17 saves.

 

2-Rumson-Fair Haven 18, 15-Toms River East 1

Senior attackman Charlie Curran scored five goals with one assist and senior midfielder Bryan Hess tallied three goals and four assists as the defending champion Bulldogs (13-2) rolled over the Raiders (8-7).

Garrett Sweeley and Alex Werner scored twice, Colin Pavluk had a goal and two assists and Alex Bruckman, Alex Maldjian, Ryan Tuorto and Andrew Walsh each scored once. Conor Deverin made five saves.

Matt Gannon had the lone goal for Toms River East.

Rumson will host seventh-seeded Wall in the quarterfinals on Tuesday.

 

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