Shore Conference boys lacrosse results for Wednesday, April 12.

 

CLASS A NORTH

Colts Neck 14, Marlboro 7

Senior attackman Vinny Gargiulo scored three goals with one assist to become the program's all-time leading goal scorer and lead the Cougars (3-3, 2-0) past the Mustangs (1-5, 0-3).

Gargiulo now has 77 career goals, breaking the mark of 76 set by Austin Smutko.

Nick DiBella had a game-high five points on three goals and two assists while Nick Lago had two goals and two assists and Colin Scalea had two goals with one assist for Colts Neck. Dean Posner added one goal and two assists and Zack Alagna, Nick Giantasio and Tyler Thomsen each tallied once. Mike Franco (7 saves) and Brandon Cifone (5 saves) split time in goal.

 

CLASS B NORTH

No. 9 Ocean 7, No. 10 Holmdel 4

Jordan Ornowski scored a team-high three goals and Holden Lowe added two goals and one assist as the Spartans (5-1, 1-1) jumped out to a 6-2 halftime lead and held off the Hornets (2-3, 0-2).

Sam Hanna and Mike Nies each scored once and senior goalie David Walk made six saves, including his 400th career save. Thomas Amato had a team-high nine ground balls.

Billy DiMaio scored twice for Holmdel with Justin Arredondo and Jake Preziose each scoring once. Jack Cook went 13-for-15 on face-offs with nine ground balls one assist, and Nick Tucillo made 14 saves.

 

Red Bank Catholic 18, Long Branch 2

Jack Kapcos fired in three goals and added four assists and Jack Zenkert scored four goals with one assist to power the Caseys (2-4) past the Green Wave (0-5).

Zeph Story scored twice and Thomas Portway added two assists for RBC. James Crumpler and Xavier Jenkins scored for Long Branch.

 

CLASS B SOUTH

Point Boro 10, Donovan Catholic 9

It was a big day for Point Boro senior Kyler Rossi, who signed his National Letter of Intent to Division II Florida Southern during the school day, then scored the game-winning goal in overtime to lift the Panthers (2-3) to a thrilling win over the Griffins (2-1).

Rossi finished with two goals and two assists while Trevor McNamara scored a team-high three goals. Nash McLean added two goals and Tanner Gordon had one goal and two assists. Nick Christakis chipped in with one goal and one assist, Colton Carls scored once and Liam Connelly had two assists. Parker Roncin made 15 saves in goal to earn the win.

Donovan Catholic senior midfielder Pete Schlendorf led all players with six points on three goals and three assists. Trevor Barber scored twice with one assist and Andrew Schlendorf and Hunter MacPherson also scored twice. Peter Rao made six saves.

 

NONDIVISIONAL

No. 6 Southern 16, No. 3 Freehold Township 3

The Rams (4-2) opened up a 8-0 lead and buried the Patriots (3-3) for an eye-opening nondivisional win in Manahawkin.

Senior attackman Kyle Mulrane notched two goals and two assists, including the 100th goal of his career. Sophomore attackman Nick Fontana had a game-high seven points with five goals and two assists and senior midfielder Will Johnson scored four times with two assists to pace an offense that was unstoppable from start to finish.

Dylan Smith scored three goals - all in the first half, while Cade Johnson and Anellio Russo finished with one goal and one assist each. FOGO Anthony Firmani was a big reason Southern jumped out to a commanding lead as he was nearly flawless on draws. He was 11-for-11 in the first half and finished the game 22-for-23.

Senior goalie Tristan Farina had another outstanding game between the pipes with 21 saves, including eight in the fourth quarter.

Drew Dunn, Mike Martino and Matt Greybush each scored for Freehold Township, while Aidan Purcell made 15 saves.

 

Jackson Memorial 10, Jackson Liberty 6

Dakota Neron and Santo Porazzo each registered three goals and one assist and John Chitren also scored three times as the Jaguars (4-1) topped the rival Lions (0-7) in Jackson.

Logan Reese added one goal and one assist and Dylan Furnback made 13 saves.

Dylan O'Connor had a hat trick to lead Jackson Liberty. Brad McKelvey and Thomas Ferullo each scored once and Sean Reid made 10 saves.

 

No. 7 Wall 11, Brick 9

 

NONCONFERENCE

Bridgewater-Raritan 6, No. 1 Manasquan 3

Senior midfielder Pat Felstedt scored twice and senior attackman Jarrett Birch scored once while the Warriors (4-1) put forth a great defensive effort before falling to the reigning two-time NJSIAA Group IV champion Panthers (5-0).

Nick Attanasio started the scoring early in the first quarter for Bridgewater, but Felstedt answered with a bounce shot that tied the score, 1-1, with 7:08 left in the first quarter. Ethan Locker's unassisted goal gave the Panthers a 2-1 lead after the first quarter.

Manasquan held extended offensive zone time in the second quarter and eventually tied the score at two when Birch stole a pass from Bridgewater goalie Kyle O'Neill and scored into the open net.

The score remained 2-2 through halftime until Attanasio scored his second of the game to give Bridgewater a 3-2 lead with 7:31 left in the third. Felstedt dodged and scored his second of the game late in the third quarter to tie the score at three heading to the fourth quarter.

The Panthers would score all three goals in the fourth quarter to take the win, starting with Jake Goldstein getting a takeaway off a ride and scoring to make it 4-3. Attanasio completed the hat trick with a sensational goal while falling down to make it 5-3, and Mark Bieda iced the victory with a goal with 1:32 left.

 

Northern Burlington 16, Neptune 9

Tyler Rossi scored four goals and Kevin Clohosey notched a hat trick for the Scarlet Fliers (1-4) in their loss to the Greyhounds (4-2).

Dylan Andrada and Jahi Neely each scored once and Dominic Ciocca made nine saves.

 

New Egypt 13, Middletown North 8

 

 

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