Results from the opening day of the 2018 Shore Conference boys lacrosse season.

NONDIVISIONAL

CBA 16, St. John Vianney 4

Luke Valentino scored three goals and added four assists, Connor Macrae scored a game-high four goals and Chris Romano had a hat trick in the second half as the Colts throttled St. John Vianney to open their season.

Macrae scored all four of his goals in the first half when CBA opened a commanding 10-0 lead. Robbie Hermansen added two goals and one assist, Michael Carroll had one goal and one assist and Kevin Junquet, Luke Grover, Dylan Johnston and Dan Martin each scored once.

Nick Robertson controlled face-off X for the Colts by going 9-for-12 on draws in the first half. Chris Downey made four saves playing just the first half.

Anthony Brett scored twice and Nick Peckyno and Andrew Gosse each scored once for St. John Vianney. C.J. Hanson made six saves.

 

Southern 9, Howell 3

The Rams scored seven straight goals in the second half to snap a 2-2 tie and defeat the Rebels on opening day.

Aniello Russo had three goals and two assists and Ryan McWhorter also had a hat trick for the Rams. Nick Fontana had two goals and two assists and Ryan Comfort had a goal and two assists. Luke Maul made six saves and Robert Gunnell made three saves.

Joey Sorrentino had a goal and two assists and Vaughn Meehan and Jared Badillo each scored once for Howell.

 

Jackson Liberty 8, Toms River North 3

Max Matthies scored three goals and added one assist and Gavin Ferullo also scored three goals to lead the Lions past the Mariners.

Nick Labianca scored twice, Brandon Gorski tallied once and Sean Reid made 13 saves. Tom Ferullo and Matthew McKelvey each collected six ground balls.

 

Brick Memorial 17, Donovan Catholic 10

Senior attackman Joey Ferrara scored five goals and added five assists to set a program single-game record with 10 points, and Ian Thomas had a memorable debut with five goals to lead the Mustangs pasts the Griffins. Chris Marks and Jared Crippen each scored three times, Matt Ingenito scored once and Jake White made nine saves.

Crippen and Ingenito also had a team-high eight ground balls each while John Gellici picked up six ground balls. Kyle Mueller went 15-for-24 on face-offs.

 

Wall 14, Colts Neck 5

Mike McIntyre scored five goals and added two assists, Will Forte had a hat trick and Tim O'Hern scored twice and added five assists as the Crimson Knights cruised past the Cougars.

Connor Prindiville had two goals and one assist, Ryan Kellett picked up 10 ground balls and Sean DeMott made 10 saves.

Zack Alagana led Colts Neck with four goals.

 

Red Bank Catholic 10, Neptune 3

Jack Zenkert tallied four goals and one assist, Ryan Schellin had two goals and three assists and Brennan Frederick finished with two goals and one assist to power the Caseys past the Scarlet Fliers. Jack Pollackov had one goal and two assists and Kyle Boggio scored once. Colin Marhsll made seven saves.

Nick Brown, Jahi Neely and Ryan Gannon scored for Neptune. Seamus McAnee made nine saves and Chase Fairbanks picked up 11 ground balls.

 

Brick 9, Middletown North 3

Richie Cosgrove and Will Swiderski scored three goals each to lead the Dragons past the Lions. Nick D'Eufemia had a goal and an assist and Matt Soldo and James Rea each scored once.

Quinn Aker scored twice and Christian Bracken tallied once for Middletown North.

 

Ocean 11, Marlboro 3

Junior attackman Holden Lowe recorded his 100th career point to lead the Spartans to a victory over the Mustangs.

 

Middletown South 8, Shore 2

Red Bank 8, St. Rose 5

 

NONCONFERENCE

Mater Dei Prep 9, J.P. Stevens 6

Jack Torpey and Chris Napoli each scored three times and Kajell Whyte made 13 saves as the Seraphs emerged victorious in the first game in program history. Jon Leverock had a goal and two assists and Max Bonevento and Izaiah Henderson each scored once.

 

Holmdel 6, South Brunswick 4

Jake Preziose scored three goals to lead the Hornets to a comeback victory over the Vikings. Holmdel trailed 2-0 at halftime but scored six times in the second half to win their season-opener. Justin Arredondo and Justin Cohen each had one goal and one assist, Dan Tempone scored once and Nick Tuccillo made 11 saves.

 

Chatham 15, Rumson-Fair Haven 3

Mac Bredahl scored four goals and added two assists for Chatham, which opened an 11-0 halftime lead on its way to a blowout win over the Bulldogs at Rutgers University. Rowan Goldin scored twice and William Sullivan scored once for Rumson.

 

Pennington 13, Point Boro 5

T.J. Palazzo scored twice and Colton Carls, Cormack McCabe and Ben Williams each scored once for Point Boro. Parker Roncin made 13 saves.

 

New Egypt 10, Barnegat 2

 

 

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