Saturday Boys Lacrosse Scoreboard, 4/15/17
Shore Conference boys lacrosse results for Saturday, April 15.
CLASS A NORTH
No. 3 Freehold Township 20, Colts Neck 4
The No. 1 attack line of seniors Drew Dunn and Josh Nastarowicz and junior Chris Novella dominated the game by scoring five goals each as the Patriots (4-3, 2-0) bounced back in a major way by throttling the Cougars (3-4, 2-1).
Dunn also had three assists while Novella had one assist. Senior midfielder Mike Colicchia had two goals and one assist and senior midfielder Mike Ferdinandi had three assists. Jake Rotem scored his first varsity goal and Brendan Doel and Matt Kondrup also scored once. Billy Patten made nine saves.
Vinny Gargiulo led Colts Neck with three goals and Collin Scalea scored one.
No. 4 CBA 19, Neptune 1
Senior attackman Nick Casner recorded his 200th career point as the Colts (1-3, 1-0) picked up their first win of the season by downing the Scarlet Fliers (1-5, 0-2).
CLASS B NORTH
No. 2 Rumson-Fair Haven 14, No. 9 Ocean 2
Senior midfielder Bryan Hess and senior attackman Colin Pavluk each scored three times and the defense allowed three goals or less for the sixth time this year to lead the Bulldogs (7-1, 3-0) past the Spartans (5-2, 1-2).
Senior attackman Charlie Curran added one goal and three assists and senior midfielder Ryan Tuorto scored twice with one assist for Rumson. Oliver Heins, Peter Lucas, Nick Sullivan, Garrett Sweeley and Andrew Walsh also scored while Conor Deverin made eight saves.
Senior Sam Hanna scored both goals for Ocean and senior goalie David Walk made 23 saves.
CLASS B SOUTH
No. 7 Wall 17, Jackson Liberty 1
Junior attackman Mike McIntyre fired in five goals and Kyle Peters and Conor Prindiville each scored twice as the Crimson Knights (5-0, 2-0) cruised to a victory over the Lions (0-8, 0-2).
Peters also had one assist and Jack Textor added one goal and two assists. Jack Fay and Will Forte each finished with one goal and one assist and Ryan Kellet had 12 ground balls to go along with one goal.
No. 5 Howell 8, No. 10 Holmdel 5
Senior attackman Drew Bukowiec ignited a five-goal run that included his 100th career point as the Rebels (5-1) pulled away from the Hornets (3-4).
Bukowiec’s goal with 32 seconds left in the third quarter snapped a 3-3 tie and he added two assists in the fourth quarter when Howell took an 8-3 lead. Ryan Damelio, Ryan Choffey and Jake Goldberg each scored twice while Nico Lorenzo tallied once. Nick Roberto made nine saves in goal.
Billy DiMaio led Holmdel with three goals while Jack Cook and Kevin Burmeister each finished with one goal and one assist.
Shore 11, Point Boro 9
The sophomore midfielder tandem of Jack McCrae and Gil Goldsmith led the way for the Blue Devils (5-2) in a comeback victory over the Panthers (2-4).
McCrae scored a game-high five goals with three assists and Goldsmith scored two goals and added three assists as Shore rallied from a two-goal deficit with six goals in the fourth quarter. Junior attackman Ryan Morris had one goal and three assists and sophomore midfielder Jake Turner scored twice. Freshman Tom Bocco scored once.
Junior attackman Trevor McNamara led Point Boro with three goals while junior midfielder Tanner Gordon scored twice. Liam Connelly finished with one goal and one assist, Nash McLean and Cullen Zawacki each scored once and Parker Roncin made 11 saves.
No. 1 Manasquan 9, Madison 2
The Warriors (5-1) completed a 2-1 week against some of New Jersey’s best by taking down the Dodgers (6-1) on the road.
Senior attackman Jarrett Birch led the way with four goals and one assist and sophomore attackman Canyon Birch had two goals and one assist. Senior midfielder Pat Felstedt added one goal and one assist and James Pendergist and James McElduff each scored once. The standout goalie tandem of Tom Pollock and Mike Lapoint made six and five saves, respectively.
Manasquan started the week ranked No. 19 in NJ and earned an 11-8 win over Moorestown. They then fell to No. 7 Bridgewater-Raritan, 6-3, as the Panthers continued their streak of not having lost a regular-season game since 2014. Saturday’s win handed Madison its first loss of the season.
Brick Memorial 19, Lawrence 4
Gavin Murphy scored two goals with six assists and Henry Moran tallied five goals with three assists as the Mustangs (4-2) overpowered the Cardinals (1-4).
Joey Ferrera also scored five goals while adding two assists and Vinnie Spinelli had a hat trick with one assist. Face-off specialist Ethan Taub scored his first varsity goal.
Middletown South 17, Bishop Ahr 1
Pete Lawson scored a game-high four goals to lead a contingent of 13 different goal scorers who powered the Eagles (4-1) past the Trojans (1-4) for their fourth straight win.
Pat Walsh scored twice and Alec Madden added one goal and two assists. Noah Diodato and Dan Rossi each finished with one goal and one assist. Matt Marino earned the win in goal by making three saves.