Monday Boys Lacrosse Scoreboard, 4/17/17
Shore Conference boys lacrosse results for Monday, April 17.
CLASS A NORTH
Marlboro 10, No. 5 Howell 9 (OT)
CLASS B NORTH
No. 8 St. John Vianney 19, Red Bank Catholic 6
Chris Kelly scored a game-high six goals and Andrew Porretta tallied five goals with one assist as the Lancers (4-4, 3-0) overpowered the Caseys (2-5, 1-2) for their fourth win in five games.
Ryan Gilfillan added three goals and three assists while Tino D’Amore and Anthony Brett each finished with one goal and one assist. Brennan Frederick, Andrew Gosse and Nick Peckyno each scored once, James Guilbert picked up seven ground balls and C.J. Hanson made seven saves.
Point Boro 9, Middletown North 8
Senior midfielder Kyler Rossi scored the go-ahead goal with 23 seconds left in regulation to lead a furious comeback win by the Panthers (3-4).
Point Boro trailed 6-2 after the first quarter but scored four times in the second quarter while allowing just two goals the rest of the way, including zero in the fourth quarter. Rossi finished with a team-high four points in three goals and one assist while Trevor McNamara had two goals and one assist and Tanner Gordon also scored twice. Cullan Zawacki and Nash McLean each contributed one goal and Parker Roncin made 12 saves.
Brock Zenker led Middletown North (2-6) with four goals while Shawn Haskins scored twice and Quinn Aker had one goal and one assist.
Colts Neck 12, Toms River North 11
Senior attackman Vinny Gargiulo scored five goals with three assists and goalie Mike Franco made 16 saves as the Cougars (4-4) clipped off the Mariners (5-3).
Nick Lago added two goals and one assist and Colin Scalea had one goal and three assists. Rich Kremble finished with one goal and one assist and Hunter Petersen, Tristan McMerty and Tyler Thomsen each scored once.
East Brunswick 19, Brick Memorial 9
Mike Mowder had a hat trick and Henry Moran ad Vincent Spinelli each scored twice for the Mustangs (4-3) in a road loss to the Bears (5-2).
Steve Assante and Adam Plumacher each scored once while Joey Ferrera and Gavin Murphy had two assists apiece. Matt Wood made 16 saves.