Class A South

No. 5 Jackson Memorial 5, Brick 0

Five different Jackson Memorial players scored a goal and the Jaguars rolled through the Green Dragons to clinch a share of the Class A South title and move within one win of securing the outright championship for the first time since 2012.

Ronny Bantang, Dan Russo, Joe Schlageter, Andrew Keating and Chase Olejarz accounted for the Jackson Memorial goals and Nick Kinzler saved five shots to nail down his ninth shutout.

Brick Memorial 3, Central 1

Erik Fatovic scored two goals and assisted another by Steve Ferebee to lead the Mustangs (7-4-3, 6-4-3) to a win over the Golden Eagles (1-12, 1-12). Ferebee also assisted one of Fatovic's goals, as did Brian Gerard.

Fatovic's 10-game scoring streak came to an end in a 3-0 loss to Toms River South on Monday and the senior went right back to work on Wednesday.

Toms River North 2, No. 8 Toms River South 1 (OT)

Jack Butz drilled a free kick in the eighth minute of the second and final overtime and the Mariners (6-5-1, 6-5-1) beat the rival Indians (9-3-1, 9-3-1) to win their fourth in a row and qualify for the Shore Conference Tournament.

Dustin Urbaczek sent the game into overtime by scoring the equalizer for Toms River South with 26 seconds remaining in regulation.

 

Class B Central

Mater Dei Prep 4, Henry Hudson 1

Shane Xio scored two goals and A.J. Bruney added a goal and two assists to lead the Seraphs (4-10, 4-7) over the Admirals (3-11, 1-9). Pat Mastro also added a goal and an assist for Mater Dei.

Odrhan King scored the lone Henry Hudson goal.

Point Beach 6, Keyport 0

Ki Costa scored two goals and Alex Atno added a goal and an assist to help the Garnet Gulls (10-4, 9-3) cruise to a win over the Red Raiders (2-11, 2-8). Mike Ciorlian, Connor Glass and George Kaiafas each added a goal and Andrew Garrow contributed two assists for Point Beach.

Ranney 3, Asbury Park 2

Olukayode Oladeji scored the deciding goal and the Panthers (4-9, 4-7) knocked off the Blue Bishops (12-2, 10-1) to snap their 24-game winning streak against Class B Central opponents. Greyson Kellner and Savior Akuwovo also added a goal apiece for Ranney.

Jean Salomon and Stevenson Jean Baptiste scored the two Asbury Park goals, marking the first time in 14 games this season that Davensky JoinVilmar did not score at least one goal in a game for the Blue Bishops.

 

Class B South

No. 7 Pinelands 5, Barnegat 1

Kieran Sundermannn scored a goal in each half and the Wildcats (12-1-1, 11-1-1) pulled away to beat the Bengals (8-7, 6-7) and clinch the outright Class B South championship for the first time since 1989.

Aniello Lubrano scored the go-ahead goal in the 20th minute and Anthony Diaz opened the scoring in the fifth minute. Luke Mathis scored the final Pinelands goal in the 65th.

Ricky Norman scored off a feed from Ryan Flaherty in the 10th minute to tie the game at 1-1.

Lacey 2, Donovan Catholic 1

Riley Hunt's goal off a long punt by goalkeeper Ryan Giles in the 78th minute proved to be the game-winner and the Lions (8-5-1, 8-4-1) held off the Griffins (4-9-2, 3-8-2). Donovan Catholic cut the deficit to 2-1 in the 79th on a penalty kick by E.J. Lucas.

Kevin Miller played a give-and-go with Kip Byrne in the 49th and finished on the back end to give Lacey a 1-0 lead.

Jackson Liberty 2, Lakewood 1

Matt Campbell and Josh Montoute each scored a goal and the Lions (3-11-1, 3-10-0) upended the Piners (7-7, 6-6) on Senior Night in Jackson.

No. 10 Point Boro 2, Manchester 0

Jake Brzyski scored on a penalty kick in the 36th minute and Matt Moran added a goal in the 65th to lead the Panthers (9-2-3, 8-2-3) to a win over the Hawks (2-10-1, 2-9-1). Steve Redler nailed down his eighth shutout in goal.

 

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