Boys Lacrosse NJSIAA Tournament Scoreboard for Wednesday, May 18
Wednesday, May 18
South Group 4 - First Round
5-Howell 15, 12-Rancocas Valley 8
Senior attackman Vin Burns scored a career-high seven goals and added two assists for a career-high nine points as the Rebels (13-6) advanced to the quarterfinals with a victory over the Red Devils (11-8).
Junior attackman Nate Lorenzo also had a big game with three goals and four assists while junior attackman Jack Marich had a hat trick and senior midfielder Tyler Burns tallied two goals and two assists. Senior midfielder CJ Calafiore sent out three assists and senior goalie Colin Fay made 11 saves.
Howell will play at fourth-seeded Cherokee in the quarterfinals on Saturday.
4-Cherokee 15, 13-Manalapan 0
North Group 3 - First Round
6-Millburn 10, 11-Red Bank 3
Junior midfielder Henry Spencer scored twice, sophomore midfielder Andrew Pape scored once, and junior goalie Gavin Lisko made 14 saves for the Bucs (10-7), who fell to the Millers (14-2) in the first round of the state playoffs.
Millburn led 5-3 at halftime and shut out Red Bank the rest of the way to advance to the quarterfinals. Red Bank played without standout junior attackman Ryder Villani, a Delaware recruit.
4-Randolph 12, 13-Middletown South 7
Senior attackman Shawn Dowd scored a career-high three goals and junior goalie Lucas Campos made 10 saves for the Eagles (9-6) in their first-round loss to the Rams (11-8).
Middletown South led 5-3 at halftime but Randolph surged ahead with three goals in the third quarter. The Rams led 9-6 with five minutes left in the game and put in three additional goals when Middletown South used Campos to double-team and try to force a turnover.
John Beyer added a goal and an assist while Mike Provini, Colin Gallagher, and Luke Rohrmann each scored once. Beau Servidio won 8 of 16 face-offs and also dished out two assists.
South Group 3 - First Round
6-Brick Memorial 8, 11-Steinert 3
Senior midfielder Dan Aulisi scored three goals and added three assists and senior goalie Paul Mazzeo made nine saves as the Mustangs (13-4) held down the Spartans (8-7) to advance to the quarterfinals.
Dylan Rinyak also scored three times and Henry Lindquist scored once. Christian Valanzola won 10 of 15 face-offs and Chase DeVeau had another active game with a game-high 12 ground balls.
Brick Memorial will play at third-seeded Ocean City on Saturday in the quarterfinals.
7-Jackson Memorial 13, 10-Cherry Hill West 5
The Jaguars will face second-seeded Clearview in the quarterfinals.
5-Northern Burlington 8, 12-Toms River East 3
2-Clearview 17, 15-Toms River South 3
4-Moorestown 15, 13-Lacey 3
Gaetano Dimiele, John Dodaro, and Evan Keller each scored once and Chad Moore made 10 saves for the Lions (7-9) in their loss to the Quakers (7-9).
3-Ocean City 14, 14-Colts Neck 1
South Group 2 - First Round
1-Rumson-Fair Haven 19, 16-Oakcrest 1
Connor Spagnuola delivered four goals and one assist as the Bulldogs (17-4) cruised into the quarterfinals with a victory over the Falcons (3-8).
Griffin Kolb, Quinn Stankovits, and John McGuire supplied two goals each while Jack McCarren, Bryce Devlin, Ryan Giardino, Britt Lumsden, DJ Devine, Will Rehder, Robert Thomson, and John Swain all scored once. Alex Baret made three saves in goal.
Rumson will host eighth-seeded Cranford on Friday in the quarterfinals.
2-Manasquan 18, 15-Cedar Creek 4
Freshman attackman Brandon Kunz tallied a goal and four assists and junior midfielder Blake Gorski had three goals and two assists to power the Warriors (14-4) to a decisive opening-round win over the Pirates (7-9).
Senior FOGO Max Pauwels won 18 of 20 at the face-off X and also delivered two goals and two assists. Junior attackman James Farinacci had a hat trick, senior midfielder Niland DiLuchio had two goals and one assist, and senior defensive midfielder Dan Hyland scored twice. Kai Donohue added a goal and two assists, Brody Muly, Joe Carabetta, and Nick Carabetta had a goal and an assist each, and Kelly Mulligan scored once. Matt Schneider chipped in with two assists. In goal, Carter Groezinger made three saves and Spencer Muly made six saves.
Manasquan will host 7th-seeded Allentown on Saturday.
3-Wall 16, 14-Barnegat 3
Junior attackman John McCurry scored four goals and added two assists, junior midfielder Connor Moore had a hat trick, and senior midfielder Matt Dollive delivered two goals and two assists to power the Crimson Knights (16-3) into the quarterfinals.
Jack Meyer chipped in with a goal and an assist while Owen Moore, Jake Davis, Dominick Giglio, Eugene Haghighi, Jake Lowe, and Jack Belko each scored once. Will Madden dished out two assists, Shea Brennan had one assist, and Michael Hoarle went 14-for-14 at the face-off X. Aden Kessler (5 saves) and Lucas Seelinger (3 saves) shared time in goal.
Wall will host 6th-seeded Holmdel on Saturday in the quarterfinals.
6-Holmdel 14, 11-Delran 4
Senior attackman Evan Cohen scored a career-high six goals to send the Hornets (13-6) past the Bears (10-7) and into the quarterfinals.
Senior attackman Kyle Kapcsos had a game-high seven points on four goals and three assists to help lead the way for Holmdel. Jaden Gallo scored twice, Will Gilfillan had a goal and two assists, Aidan Lagana scored once, Jared Battaglia dished out four assists, and Matt Tempone had two assists. Junior goalie Andrew Arredondo made nine saves.
Holmdel led 6-3 at halftime before pulling away with five goals in the third quarter.
The Hornets will play at 3rd-seeded Wall on Saturday in the quarterfinals.
South Group 1 - First round
3-Shore 18, 14-Hackettstown 2
Senior attackman Carson Cooke totaled five goals and one assist and junior Ben Levy scored a career-high four goals to lead the Blue Devils (11-3) into the quarterfinals.
Carson Spallone also had a game-high six points with two goals and four assists. Sam Madalone had two goals and two assists, Aidan Murphy had a goal and three assists, Jamie Mazzacco had two goals and one assist, and Andrew Decker had two assists to round out the multi-point scorers. Jason Ayres and Liam Rosa added one goal each and Noah Karaban made five saves.
Shore will host 6th-seeded Delaware Valley in the quarterfinals.
6-Delaware Valley 16, 11-Point Boro 6
Senior midfielder Nick Campbell scored twice and freshman attackman Brady Kirk had a goal and two assists for the Panthers (12-6), who concluded the winningest season in program history with a state tournament loss to the Terriers (11-7).
Brian Ostrander, Spencer Knapp, and Kai Messeroll each scored once and Matt Azzarano made 10 saves.
Donovan Catholic at St. John Vianney, 4 p.m.