Boys Soccer Monday Scoreboard, 10/6/14
Class A South
No. 3 Toms River South 4, Southern 3
Jordan Urbaczek scored two goals and the Indians battled back from a one-goal halftime deficit to beat the Rams. Urbaczek scored the equalizer off a pass from Mike Tapp in the 51st minute and John Timmes gave Toms River South a 3-2 lead with a goal in the 59th. Cameron Geerinck scored in the 70th to give the Indians a two-goal cushion.
Kyle Montesano redirected a cross from Dylan Kanson into the goal in the 28th minute to open the scoring and Gavin Daugherty scored in the 35th to send the Rams into the intermission with the lead. Elijah Wilder scored the third Southern goal in the 73rd minute to keep the Rams alive.
Jackson Memorial 4, Brick 0
Tyler Kessler scored two goals while Joey Stoltenberg and Mike Schoener each added a score to help the Jaguars beat the Green Dragons for their third straight win.
No. 10 Brick Memorial 3, No. 4 Toms River North 2
Ed Seaman found Bryan Malerba for the opening goal in the 26th minute and scored one for himself just before halftime to help the Mustangs jump out to a two-goal first-half lead en rout to a win over the Mariners.
The Mustangs added an own goal in the 59th on a play initiated by Kevin Duffy, giving Brick Memorial a 3-1 lead that would prove to be significant. Joey Hertgen scored both Toms River North goals on free kicks, cutting the Brick Memorial lead to one goal with each score.
Toms River East 2, Lacey 0
Alessio Rea buried a shot off a well-placed through-ball from Chris Varga in the 13th minute and Alex Matos added an insurance goal in the second half as the Raiders beat the Lions to sweep the regular-season series.
Matos one-timed a shot off a ball in the box from freshman Sean Lefebvre for his goal in the 62nd minute, sending it off the crossbar, off of goalkeeper Bobby Consadine and over the end-line. Toms River East goalkeeper Justin Tegeder made two of his three saves in those final 18 minutes and Lacey missed two close-range shots wide of the right post.
Class B Central
Ranney 2, Mater Dei Prep 1
James Geraghty broke a 1-1 tie with a goal in the 68th minute and the Panthers edged the Seraphs. Shane Keenan opened the scoring in the 12th minute for Ranney before Matheus Giaculi equalized for Mater Dei in the 60th.
St. Rose 5, Point Beach 1
Joe Forlenza notched a hat trick and the Purple Roses rolled to a win over the Garnet Gulls. Anthony DeMaio and Craig Suchecki each added a goal for St. Rose.
No. 1 Shore 5, Henry Hudson 0
J.T. Kessler led the Shore attack with two goals and the Blue Devils coasted to a win over the Admirals to remain unbeaten against Shore Conference competition. Stevie Johnson, Brett Norman and Danny Franklin each added a goal in the win.
Asbury Park 2, Keyport 1
Davensky Joinvilmar and Alberto Moreno scored to put Asbury Park ahead and the Blue Bishops held on to beat the Red Raiders. Joe Froncek scored in the 73rd minute to pull Keyport within a goal.
Class B South
Pinelands 4, Manchester 2
Denison Salgado scored the game-winning goal in the 50th minute and Micah English scored the second of his two goals to cap the scoring in the 65th as the Wildcats outlasted the Hawks. Billy Sulzmann scored the first Pinelands goal to tie the game at 1 in the 11th minute and assisted English's second goal.
Dom Gregg opened the scoring for Manchester in the sixth minute and the Hawks tied the game at two on a goal by Matt Santos in the 42nd minute.
Barnegat 2, Lakewood 0
Austin Reynolds scored off a Kyle Heidel assist to give Barnegat the lead in the 66th minute and Cameron Lew added an insurance tally in the 78th minute as the Bengals beat the Piners in B South.
Donovan Catholic 3, Jackson Liberty 2
Dom DiSalvo scored two goals and Matt Kelly added another to help the Griffins top the Lions. Kelly scored off a set-up from Matt Dalton to give Donovan Catholic a 2-1 lead in the 49th and DiSalvo put the Griffins ahead, 3-1, off a feed from Kelly in the 62nd. Bryce Grant assisted DiSalvo's goal to open the scoring in the 17th.
Brandon Pirog scored both Jackson Liberty goals, the first in the 46th minute to pull the Lions even at 1. He scored again in the 78th minute off a pass from Adam Haidi to cut Donovan Catholic's lead to 1.
Point Boro 3, Central 2 (OT)
Ryan Remondelli headed in a cross to the near post from younger brother Mason in the fifth minute of overtime and the Panthers staved off a Central comeback to beat the Golden Eagles and grab a stranglehold on first place in Class B South.
Central junior Shane Cranstoun tied the game with 2:30 left in regulation on a shot from 25 yards that was deflected by Point Boro goalkeeper Gabe Pesante, who made a diving attempt on the shot to the low, far left corner of the net.
Point Boro took a 1-0 lead in the 11th minute on a throw-in by Kenny Fellows that carried Central keeper Bryan Jones over the end-line. The Panthers went up 2-0 in the 30th on a 25-yard strike by Jake Woodring to the upper-left corner of the goal.
Blake Czajkowski hammered in Central's first goal in the 33rd minute off a long pass from Nate Wiley to pull the Golden Eagles within a goal before halftime. Pasante saved four shots on target by Czajkowski to keep the Eagles' leading scorer from inflicting further damage and finished with five saves in all.
No. 6 Red Bank 3, Monmouth 0
Justin Gilson notched his third hat trick of the season and the Bucs cruised to a win over the Falcons.