SHORE CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT

Quarterfinals

1-CBA 15, 8-Shore 3

The freshmen duo of Kyle Aldridge and Dan Martin combined for eight points as the top-seeded Colts (15-0) put away the Blue Devils (14-3) early to advance to the SCT final four.

Aldridge scored three goals and added two assists while Martin also had a hat trick. Senior attackman Michael Carroll tallied two goals and two assists and Chris Romano also scored twice. Luke Grover and Thomas Convery had one goal and one assist each and Luke Valentino, Nick Robertson and Chris Junquet had one goal apiece. Kevin Junquet had two assists. Chris Downey made two saves and Noah D'Andrea had one save.

Ryan Morris scored twice, Jake Turner scored once and Scott Sirianni made 12 saves for Shore, which had its eight-game winning streak snapped.

CBA will play Rumson-Fair Haven in the SCT semifinals at 4 p.m. on Thursday at Long Branch High School.

 

4-Rumson-Fair Haven 10, 5-Wall 9

Senior midfielder Wyatt Feinberg scored a game-high four goals and senior midfielder Peter Lucas had two goals and one assist as the Bulldogs (10-8) held off the Crimson Knights (12-4) in a back-and-forth game at Borden Stadium.

Kiel Forlenza also scored twice for Rumson while Drew Shaw and Patrick Jamin had one goal each and Sean Bunnell made seven saves.

Senior midfielder Will Forte had three goals and two assists and Jack Textor had three goals to lead Wall. Tim O'Hern, Kyle Peters and Mike McIntyre each scored once and Sean DeMott made six saves.

Rumson will play CBA in the SCT semifinals at 4 p.m. on Thursday at Long Branch High School.

 

3-Southern 6, 11-Ocean 4

Trailing by four heading into the fourth quarter, the Rams (12-2) rallied with six unanswered goals in the final 12 minutes to stun the Spartans (9-5) and advance to the SCT semifinals for the sixth time in the last seven years.

Junior attackman Aniello Russo scored the go-ahead goal off a pass from junior Nick Stankus with 2:40 left in regulation and finished with two goals. Cade Johnson had a game-high five points on two goals and three assists and Ryan McWhorter and Anthony Firmani each scored once. Firmani also went 12-for-14 on face-offs. Luke Maul made 12 saves.

Holden Lowe had two goals and one assist and Garrett Schwab made 14 saves for Ocean. A.J. Roebuck and Jack Nies each scored once.

Southern will play Manasquan at 6 p.m. on Thursday at Long Branch High School in the SCT semifinals.

 

2-Manasquan 16, 7-Freehold Township 2

Junior attackman Canyon Birch had six goals in the first quarter when the defending-champion Warriors (14-2) opened a 7-0 read en route to cruising past the Patriots (10-4) and into the semifinals.

Manasquan will play Southern in the SCT final four at 6 p.m. on Thursday at Long Branch High School.

 

REGULAR SEASON

Nondivisional

Howell 6, Toms River North 5 (2OT)

James Fay sank the game-winning goal in double overtime off a pass from Logan Dennison to give the Rebels (9-6) a dramatic win over the Mariners (6-6) on senior night.

 

Brick 16, Mater Dei 4

Nick D'Eufemia had four goals and three assists and Richie Cosgrove had three goals and two assists as both reached 100 career goals and propelled the Dragons to a win over the Seraphs.

Will Swiderski had a hat trick along with four assists, James Rea had two goals and two assists, Sean Rea had two goals and one assist and Matt Soldo tallied one goal and one assist. Justin Iannarone went 23-for-24 on face-offs.

John Leverock had one goal and two assists and Kajell Whyte made 16 saves for Mater Dei. Chris Napoli had a goal and an assist and Jack Torpey and Gavin Toth had one goal apiece.

 

Barnegat 11, Long Branch 2

Tristan Porcelli scored four goals and Dylan Corbett had a hat trick as the Bengals downed the Green Wave to pick up their first win of the season. Julian Schoenberger made eight saves.

 

Toms River East 13, Point Boro 1

Matt Gannon had a game-high four goals and Salvatore Esposito had a game-high six points on three goals and three assists to power the Raiders (9-4) to a win over the Panthers (6-12).

Ryan Buckler and Evan Otten each tallied two goals and two assists while Kohler Wagner had one goal and one assist and Alex Smith scored once. Tyber Budrow made 13 saves to pick up the win. Otten led Toms River East with eight ground balls and defenseman Anthony Marinelli had seven ground balls and an assist.

 

Nonconference

Marlboro at New Egypt, 4 p.m.

 

Morristown-Beard 13, St. John Vianney 11

Anthony Brett had five goals, four assists and 11 ground balls and Andrew Gosse scored four goals for the Lancers (6-8) in their loss to the Crimson (4-10). Nick Peckyno had one goal and one assist, Mike Noble scored once, James Guilbert collected 10 ground balls and C.J. Hanson made 11 saves.

 

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