Boys Soccer Tuesday Scoreboard, 9/9/14
Class A North
No. 3 CBA 4, Howell 1
Junior John Frycz scored two goals and senior Russell Romano added a goal and an assist as the Colts overcame a one-goal deficit at halftime with four goals in the second half to beat the Rebels.
CBA tied the game on a penalty kick by sophomore Matt Thorsheim 57:50 into the game and took the lead on Frycz's first goal just 58 seconds later. Junior Tom Kozolowski was pushed down along the end-line to the right of the goal to set up Thorsheim's penalty. Frycz then gave CBA a 2-1 lead when he ran down a punt from goalkeeper David Krall and chipped a shot to the far right post.
Romano than found Frycz with a cross from right to left before Frycz again finished to the far right post. Romano then capped the scoring by beating a defender and hammering a shot to the far right post from the left side of the 18-yard box.
Howell grabbed a 1-0 lead when Alex Behan ripped a shot off the left post and in off a pass from Tyler Johnson with 15 seconds left before halftime.
No. 9 Long Branch 5, Asbury Park 0
Senior Guillerme De Novaes scored his sixth goal in two games and was one of five players to score to lead the Green Wave to a win over the Blue Bishops. De Novaes scored on a direct kick in the 23rd minute to put Long Branch ahead, 2-0.
Sam Hernandez, Ygor DaSilva, Gregory Borba and Hernan Acevedo each scored a goal for the Green Wave, while Manny Camacho and freshman Juan Carlos Merino each had two assists.
No. 6 Red Bank 2, Rumson-Fair Haven 1
Senior Dylan Fogerty assisted goals by Sam MacPherson and Justin Gilson and the Bucs won their opener against the Bulldogs. MacPherson opened the scoring in the 20th minute and Gilson - a 20-goal scorer last year - tacked on a goal in the 33rd.
Rumson junior Jaime Martin cut the lead in half with a goal in the 37th minute.
Monmouth 2, Neptune 1
Junior Bobby Riordan scored two goals, including the game-winner in the 76th minute that helped the Falcons sink the Scarlet Fliers. Eric Caban set up Riordan's game-winner and Matt Doucette assisted the first Monmouth goal, which tied the game in the 36th minute.
Neptune junior Vinny Tremarco gave his team a 1-0 lead on a penalty kick in the 31st minute.
No. 10 Brick Memorial 5, Colts Neck 3
Bryan Malerba and Jake DeGennaro each scored twice and the Mustangs scored five unanswered goals to dig out of an early 2-0 hole and beat the Cougars in their opener.
After Colts Neck sophomore Louis Reale scored goals in the 22nd and 31st minutes to put Colts Neck ahead 2-0, Malerba answered with one in the 33rd and the equalizer in the 59th. Junior Ed Seaman broke a 2-2 tie with a goal in the 75th minute and DeGennaro made it 4-2 just 37 seconds later the first of his two goals.
DeGennaro scored his second goal two minutes later to make it 5-2 before Colts Neck sophomore Michael Martinho capped the scoring late in the 78th.
Matawan 7, Manchester 1
Senior Alex Cella scored four goals and the Huskies rolled past the Hawks to open their season. Freshman Denir Radoncic and sophomore Jacob Labinger each added a goal for Matawan, which also benefited from an own goal.
Manalapan 5, Lacey 0
Senior Ryan Hammer recorded a hat trick and sophomore Rocky Garretson and senior Adam Wesiberger each added a goal as the defending Shore Conference Tournament champions rolled past the Lions in their opener.
Raritan 3, Lakewood 0
Sophomore Angelo Fontanazza and senior Ryan Casciani each had a goal and an assist and the Rockets blanked the Piners to open their season. Freshman Louis DiLaurenzio added a goal in the 76th minute to cap the scoring, the first of his high school career.
Toms River North 4, No. 2 Wall 3
Senior defender Mike Karpinsky headed in a long free kick by Kyle Burke for the game-winning goal in the 77th minute and the Mariners rallied from a 3-1 deficit over the final 17 minutes to stun the No. 2 Crimson Knights.
Trailing 3-1, Toms River North senior Ryan Cheslock began the comeback by beating the Wall defense to the left side of the 18-yard box and ripping a right-footed shot off of Wall goalkeeper Jack Wishart and in to trim the Crimson Knights lead to 3-2 with 16:04 left.
Toms River North needed only 35 more seconds to score the game-tying goal, a far-post header by Nick Hund on a free kick by Joey Hertgen from outside the 18-yard box on the right side.
Senior midfielder Liam McDonnell scored Toms River North's first goal on a penalty kick in the 52nd minute to pull the Mariners within 2-1. McDonnell also drew the foul that led to the kick, a push at the top of the six-yard box.
Wall answered McDonnell's goal when senior Brendan Barcas took a pass from junior Connor Ray and tapped to far left corner of the frame in the 60th minute. Fry also scored Wall's first goal in the 30th minute off a rebound following a corner kick. Sophomore Dan Frisch-Harmon made it 2-0 with a shot from the left side of the 18-yard box to the far right corner of the net.
Calvary Christian 3, Ranney 1
Mo Adelani scored off a pass from Shane Keenan, but the Panthers fell victim to two own goals in the final 10 minutes in a season-opening loss.