Results from Monday's Shore Conference boys lacrosse action.




Colts Neck 11, No. 7 Freehold Township 8

Junior attackman Vinnie Gargiulo scored six goals and senior goalie Andrew Halmi made 15 saves to fuel the Cougars (2-5, 2-0) in their upset win over the Patriots (3-3, 0-1).

Junior midfielder Mike LoPresti added one goal and two assists and senior midfielder Anthony Mauriello finished with two assists. Chris Bisignano, Nick DiBella, Joe Fifield and Colin Scalea also scored for Colts Neck.


No. 4 CBA 14, Middletown North 6



Holmdel 4, No. 10 St. John Vianney 2

Junior midfielder Kevin Burmeister scored three times and the defense clamped down to lead the Hornets (3-6, 3-1) to the upset over the Lancers (5-3, 2-2).

Junior midfielder Billy DiMaio had Holmdel's other goal and senior goalie Mike Lubrano made seven saves.

Senior goalie D.J. Soriano made 17 saves for St. John Vianney, which received goals from senior midfielders Tom Hanson and Connor Zielasnicki. Holmdel had a big edge in shots, 21-9.


Shore 17, Ranney 2

Senior midfielder Doug Goldsmith sank five goals, assisted on two more and picked up six ground balls, and sophomore attackman Ryan Morris notched a game-high nine points to lead the Blue Devils (4-3, 1-1) past the Panthers (0-5, 0-4).

Shore led 13-0 at halftime. Morris finished with three goals and six assists. Senior midfielder Jack Britton had three goals, two assists and seven ground balls while freshman Tom Bocco also had a hat trick. Junior midfielder Ean Delehanty added two goals, one assist and seven ground balls. Jack Brignola needed to made just one save in net to pick up the victory, as Shore out-shot Ranney, 38-6.

Sophomores Eric Stavola and Jack Torpey had the goals for Ranney.



Howell 11, Toms River North 5

Junior attackman Drew Bukowiec scored five of his game-high six goals during a seven-goal second quarter that sent the Rebels (5-3) to a victory over the previously-undefeated Mariners (5-1).

Bukowiec finished with six goals and two assists while senior midfielder Nic Rossi and junior attackman Ryan Damelio each had two goals and two assists. Senior midfielder Jason Kenny also scored and junior midfielder Nico Lorenzo added two assists. Sophomore goalie Nick Roberto made 12 saves.

Andrew Lombardi scored twice and also had two assists for Toms River North.


No. 8 Jackson Liberty 9, Jackson Memorial 3

Senior midfielder Walter Matthies scored three goals and senior attackman Tyler Kalmowitz scored twice as the Lions (4-4) defeated the rival Jaguars (2-6) for the second consecutive season.

Junior attackman Randy Vengen added one goal and one assist and senior goalie Chris Mulholland made 10 saves. Matt Ferullo, Max Matthies and Chris Stefanowicz also tallied for Jackson Liberty. Stefanowicz and Christian Pongracz each had a game-high seven ground balls.

Junior midfielder Dakota Neron scored twice for Jackson Memorial and Logan Reese had the other tally.


No. 9 Wall 13, Brick 3

Senior attackman Mike Steppe continued to put up points in bunches with three goals and three assists to power the Crimson Knights (6-1) past the Dragons (1-6).

Sophomore attackman Michael McIntyre also scored three times while sophomore Tim O'Hern had two goals and three assists. Sophomore Will Forte scored one goal and had three assists and senior Casey Foley tallied twice. Senior goalie Zach Harrell made 14 saves to pick up the win. Lucas Iarossi and Kyle Peters also found the back of the net for Wall.


No. 6 Red Bank Catholic 10, Middletown South 7



Moorestown 11, No. 2 Manasquan 6

The Warriors (7-1) suffered their first loss of the season at the hands of the Quakers, the No. 5 team in New Jersey.

Junior attackman Jarrett Birch scored three goals and had one assist, and freshman attackman Canyon Birch had one goal and one assist. Junior goalie Tom Pollock made 12 saves.


Neptune 14, North Brunswick 5


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