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NJSIAA Tournament

First Round

South Group III

5-Princeton 14, 12-Jackson Memorial 0

Dylan Furnback made 10 saves as the Jaguars were eliminated by the Tigers.


South Group II

3-Allentown 6, 14-Holmdel 2

Senior goalie Justin Ruiz completed his career with another fantastic performance, making 20 saves in defeat as the Hornets (5-12) fell to the Redbirds (12-4).


South Group I

3-Rumson-Fair Haven 14, 14-Delran 1

Junior attackman Robbie Garavente scored three goals with one assist and sophomore attackman Colin Pavluk also scored three times as the Bulldogs (14-6) blew out the Bears (8-10) to advance to the quarterfinals.

Juniors Jeremy Johnson and Seamus Walsh each scored twice and freshman Wyatt Feinberg had a goal and three assists. Junior Griffin Schultz and senior Lucas Seckler added a goal and an assist each.

Rumson will host sixth-seeded Delaware Valley in the quarterfinals.


9-Barnegat 12, 8-A.L. Johnson 11

Senior attackman Chad Tropea scored the game-winning goal with 34 seconds left in regulation as the Bengals (10-4) rallied for a 7-3 halftime deficit to stun the defending sectional champion Crusaders and pick up the first state playoff win in program history.

Junior midfielder J.J. McKenna scored the game-tying goal late in the fourth quarter and led the Bengals with three goals and two assists while senior midfielder Ricky Gerena scored twice with four assists. Junior attackman Ryan Reynolds added two goals and two assists and senior attackman Matt Manno also scored twice. Senior midfielder Zach Flaherty had a goal and an assist and sophomore defenseman Hunter Narozniak also scored. Sophomore goalie Kyle Kessinger made 14 saves.

Barnegat moves on to face top-seeded New Providence in the quarterfinals on Tuesday.


Non-Public A

10-Don Bosco Prep 5, 7-CBA 4 (OT).

Freshman attackman Mike Carroll scored twice while senior Nick Gazzillo and sophomore Nick Casner each had a goal and an assist, but the Colts were ousted by the Ironmen in overtime.