CLASS A NORTH

Colts Neck 11, Marlboro 1

Zack Alagna scored six goals to lead the Cougars (2-3) past the Mustangs (0-5). Nick Lago added two goals and three asissts, Anastagio Muscara had a goal and two assists and Nick Giantasio and Rich Kemble each scored once.

 

CLASS B NORTH

No. 4 Rumson-Fair Haven 18, Red Bank 6

Rowan Goldin tallied two goals and six assists and Jack Whitelaw scored four goals and added one assist as the Bulldogs (2-5) got their offense going by cruising past the Bucs (2-4).

William Sullivan also had four goals for Rumson while Harry Ricker had a hat trick and Billy Garavente had a goal and two assists. Patrick Jamin, Donovan Brennan, Kiel Forlenza and Alex Maldjian each scored once.

 

Ocean 9, Holmdel 7

Junior attackman Holden Lowe had a huge game with five goals and three assists to fuel the Spartans (4-1) in their victory over the Hornets (3-3).

Mike Nies scored twice and Hyatt Lowe and Dale Alto had one goal each.

Senior attackman Justin Arredondo scored four goals and had one assist to reach 100 career points and lead Holmdel. Dan Tempone scored twice and was 16-for-18 on face-offs, Jake Preziose scored once and Nick Tuccillo made eight saves.

 

NONDIVISIONAL

No. 8 Jackson Memorial 7, Jackson Liberty 6

The Jaguars (4-0) remained undefeated thanks to a crazy ending that featured two goals in the final 15 seconds as they shocked the rival Lions (2-4).

Santo Porazzo tied the game at six with a goal from on the crease with 15 seconds left. Then, off the ensuing face-off, defenseman Jake Bryson fired a shot from his own end that somehow found the back of the net with three seconds remaining to give the Jackson Memorial the incredible comeback victory.

Porazzo, Aaron Hutchinson and Sean Lavert each scored twice for the Jaguars and Yael Bonilla made 15 saves.

Tom Ferullo had two goals and one assist and Nick Labianca scored twice for Jackson Liberty. Sean Ried made 10 saves.

 

Shore 11, No. 10 Toms River East 3

Jake Turner had four goals and three assists and Gil Goldsmith tallied three goals with four assists as the Blue Devils (4-1) knocked off the Raiders (2-2) for their fourth straight win.

Tom Bocco added two goals and Ryan Morris played facilitator with four assists. Terry Carlstrom and Justin Murphy had one goal apiece. Matt O'Donnell was dominant on face-offs in going 16-for-17 and Scott Sirianni made nine saves. Shore led 7-3 at halftime.

Matt Gannon scored all three goals for Toms River East and Tyber Budrow made 10 saves.

 

St. Rose 16, Mater Dei 3

Senior attackman Shane Reilly scored four goals and senior midfielder Mike Kinsel had a hat trick plus two assists as the Purple Roses (1-3) ran past the Serpahs (1-3).

Ryan Harms also scored three goals for St. Rose while P.J. Dwyer had two goals and one assist. P.J. Keegan also scored twice, Spencer Flynn had a goal and two assists and Nolan Boehmcke scored once. Logan LeMoult dished out two assists and Brendan Perry made six saves.

Chris Napoli, Jack Torpey and John Levrock scored goals for Mater Dei and Kajell Whyte made seven saves.

 

Middletown South 11, Brick 5

Jason Allen recorded a hat trick and Matt Tardy had two goals and three assists to power the Eagles (5-2) past the Dragons (2-2).

Connor Ard and Matt Ferrigno each scored twice, Matt Fallon and Jake Krellin each scored once and Chris Lucyk dished out three assists. Shane Murphy made 11 saves.

 

NONCONFERENCE

No. 1 Manasquan 11, Bridgewater-Raritan 10

Junior attackman Canyon Birch scored six goals and Casey Mulligan had two goals and two assists as the Warriors (5-0) held on to win a back and forth game against the Panthers (2-3) in a matchup of two 20 teams in New Jersey. Manasquan entered the game ranked No. 13 in the state by NJ.com while Bridgewater is No. 18.

Ryan Anderson and James Pendergist had one goal and one assist each and defenseman Jack Fabean also had a goal for Manasquan.

Mulligan's second goal with five minutes left in the fourth quarter gave Manasquan an 11-9 lead and the Warriors were able to hold on after Bridgewater cut it to 11-10 with 1:28 left.

Birch was unstoppable in the first quarter with four goals as the Warriors grabbed a 5-2 lead. The Panthers clawed back in the second quarter and cut Manasquan's lead to 6-4 at halftime.

Bridgewater then came out in the second half with three straight goals to take a 7-6 lead. Anderson's goal tied the game at seven and Fabean gave Squan an 8-7 lead with an end-to-end run. Birch then netted his fifth of the game to make it 9-7, but Dan MacKinney and Jake Goldstein scored to make it a 9-9 game after three quarters.

Pendergist scored to give Manasquan a 10-9 advantage before Mulligan's goal with five minutes to play extended the cushion to two goals and ended up standing as the game-winning goal.

 

Middletown North 12, Steinert 3

Joe Blackwood fired in four goals and Alec Zenker had four assists to lead the Loins (2-2) to a victory over the Spartans (2-3).

Quinn Aker added two goals and two assists and Pete Abbes and Ryan Sheard each scored twice.

 

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