Boys Soccer Thursday Scoreboard, 10/1/15
Class A North
Howell 1, Freehold Boro 0 (OT)
Sophomore Brandon Downey scored the game's lone goal in the sixth minute of overtime and the Rebels beat the Colonials for the second time this season. Joe Masino earned the shutout in goal.
Class A Central
No. 5 Rumson-Fair Haven 3, Manasquan 1
Jamie Martin, Dean Criscitiello and Matt Maisto each scored within a three-minute stretch of the secnd half and the Bulldogs rallied from a 1-0 deficit to beat the Warriors and remain unbeaten.
Class A South
Toms River South 5, Brick 0
Cameron Geerinck and Francesco LoScrudato each scored a pair of goals and the Indians rolled to a win over the Green Dragons. Dylan Parks also chipped in a goal for Toms River South.
Jackson Memorial 3, Toms River East 0
Christian Fryc scored two goals, Nick Schlageter scored another and Anthony Nappi assisted on two to help lead the Jaguars to a win over the Raiders.
Brick Memorial 2, Southern 1 (OT)
Ed Seaman scored the golden goal five minutes into overtime on a pass from Lou Nazzaro and the Mustangs snapped a four-game losing streak by beating the Rams in overtime.
Seaman also assisted a goal by Erik Fatovic that gave Brick Memorial the lead in the 15th minute. Ethan Leming drew Southern even with a goal in the 31st minute.
No. 9 Lacey at Toms River North - PPD, TBD
Class B Central
Ranney 2, Asbury Park 0
Ian Dobrzynski and Jazz Henry scored a goal each in the second half and the Panthers topped the Blue Bishops.
Keyport 3, Henry Hudson 0
Brendan O'Brien scored 25 minutes in and freshmen Mark Rivera and Will Jimenez added a goal apiece in the final seven minutes to help lead the Red Raiders to a win over the Admirals.
No. 2 Shore at Point Beach – PPD, TBD
St. Rose 3, Mater Dei Prep 0
Jack Cusack scored two goals and Anthony Demaio added another to help lead the Purple Roses to a win over the Seraphs.
Class B South
Donovan Catholic 6, Manchester 0
Alec Mapoy and Matt Dalton each scored two goals and an assist and the Griffins scored all six of their goals in the first 17 minutes to take down the Hawks. Jon Michael Pereira also chipped in a goal and an assist and E.J. Lucas capped the scoring in the 17th minute.
Central 4, Pinelands 2
Shane Cranstoun and Griffen Bacon each scored in the first four minutes and Jake Dufner and Mike Cambra both tacked on a goal in the second half to lead the Golden Eagles to a win over the Wildcats.
Matt O'Connell converted a penalty kick in the seventh minute to cut the Pinelands deficit in half and scored again in the 75th to cap the scoring.
Point Boro 3, Barnegat 1
Mason Pitts recorded a hat trick and the Panthers beat the Bengals for their seventh straight win.
Jackson Liberty at Lakewood, 7 p.m.