Class B North

Colts Neck 4, No. 6 Wall 0

The Cougars (4-5, 4-2) erupted for three goals in the first half to jump all over the Crimson Knights (9-3, 4-2) and pick up the win. Paul Tepedino opened the scoring in the ninth minute off a through-ball from John Farfan, Brooks Conrad headed in an Ethan Kilmnick service in the 25th and Kilmnick found Jimmy Powell for the third Colts Neck goal in the 28th.

Parker Ballingall headed in a cross from John Farfan in the 55th to cap the scoring. With the Colts Neck win, Ocean clinches the outright Class B North championship - its second straight outright title and fourth straight first-place finish.

The game was originally scheduled for Thursday, but was postponed so that members of the Colts Neck team could attend the funeral for recent Colts Neck graduate Cory Aufiero, who died last Friday in a car accident in New Brunswick.

 

Non-Division

Manasquan 1, No. 8 Long Branch 0 (OT)

Sam Del Guercio converted a penalty kick five minutes into overtime after Tommy Johnson drew a foul in the box and the Warriors (8-4) clipped the Green Wave (5-7-1) for their second overtime win in as many days.

Pinelands 3, Brick 0

Dominic Dos Santos, Kieran Sundermann and Anthony Diaz each scored a goal and the Wildcats (8-3) blanked the Green Dragons (5-8-1).

Toms River North 2, Jackson Liberty 0

Red Bank Catholic 5, Keyport 2

Alex Nichols scored two goals and assisted two others to guide the Caseys (5-6) to a win over the Red Raiders (1-7-1). Terrence Carroll added a goal and an assist while Andrew Colannino and Brian Eager each pitched in a goal for RBC.

Breandian Greene and Yordy Castro scored the two Keyport goals.

Manchester 2, Asbury Park 0

Sophomore Blake Weiner assisted goals by freshmen Logan Duffy and Matt Bryant and the Hawks (3-8-1) downed the Blue Bishops (3-7).

Toms River South 2, No. 7 Howell 0

The Indians (4-4-1) scored twice within a five-minute span during the second half and rode the scoring flurry to a win over the Rebels (9-3), snapping Howell's six-game winning streak.

Toms River South jumped on the board thanks to an own goal, which Danny Caruso initiated with a low cross into the box. The ball struck a Howell defender and shot past Howell goalkeeper Shane McBride.

Shane Kluxen added an insurance goal with a rip from the top of the 18-yard box that just eluded the reach of McBride.

Ranney 2, Mater Dei Prep 1 (OT)

Ademola Odunlami scored two goals, including the golden goal nine minutes into overtime, to lead the Panthers (5-5) to their second win of the season over the Seraphs (0-9-1).

Brick Memorial 2, Donovan Catholic 1 (OT)

Eddie Suarez connected on the golden goal and the Mustangs (4-6-1) took down the Griffins (3-6-1) in overtime. Sean Aubry scored the first Brick Memorial goal.

 

 

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