Boys Lacrosse Scoreboard – Friday, March 29
Friday, March 29
CLASS A SOUTH
No. 4 Southern 13, Toms River East 0
Midfielders Ajani Steverson and Aaron Hutchinson each recorded a hat trick and Luke Maul (six saves) and Gio Soto (three saves) combined on the shutout as the Rams (1-1, 1-0) blanked the Raiders (0-1, 0-1).
Freshman midfielder Ryan Sininsky recorded his first varsity points with two goals and two assists while attackman Nick Stankus tallied two goals and one assist. Cade Johnson added a goal and an assist and Gavin Durnien and Aniello Russo each scored once. Drew Wasacz won 13 of 17 face-offs.
Toms River North 7, Brick 1
Hayden Baranker spearheaded the offense with three goals and three assists and Dan Casadonte backstopped a staunch defensive effort with 11 saves as the Mariners (1-0, 1-0) opened their season with a win over the Dragons (0-2, 0-1).
Brett Singer and Trevor Foss each added a goal and an assist and Cody Kromer and Kevin Grodzicki sank one goal apiece.
Jackson Memorial 12, Brick Memorial 11 (OT)
Junior attackman Nick Perillo scored off a pass from sophomore midfielder Drew Walenty in overtime to give the Jaguars (1-0, 1-0) a walk-off victory over the Mustangs (1-1, 0-1) to open their season.
Perillo and senior attackman Santo Porazzo each scored three goals while junior attackman Sean Laverty had a team-high six points on two goals and four assists. Walenty finished with a goal and two assists and Jake Bryston, Matt DeRosa and Joe Iacobone each scored once. Sophomore goalie Chad Szatkowski made eight saves to earn the win.
Jarred Crippen and Darren Smalley led a balanced scoring attack by Brick Memorial with two goals and two assists each. Felipe Correia, Rex Freeman and Chris Marks each tallied two goals and one assist and Matt Ingenito recorded a goal and an assist.
Toms River South 10, Barnegat 9
Shane Kluxen scored four goals and added two assists while Andrew Xiques and Kevin DiBernardo each scored twice to help the Indians (1-1) rally past the Bengals (0-2).
Barnegat led 6-3 at halftime and 7-5 heading into the fourth quarter. Mark Bish and Corey Snyder each scored once for Toms River South while DiBernardo also had two assists and Andrew and Matt Xiques each had one assist.
Howell 12, Red Bank 3
Vaughn Meehan registered a hat trick and James Fay tallied two goals and two assists to lead the Rebels (1-0) past the Bucs (1-1) in their season-opener.
Freshman Doug McKenzie recorded his first career points with two goals and one assist, Jared Badillo and Anthony Cinelli also scored twice and Logan Dennison had one goal and two assists. Senior Jared Jablonski made six saves to record his first varsity win.
Tor Haugenes scored twice and Rya McGee scored once for Red Bank while Matt Gibson made six saves.
Cherokee 9, No. 2 Rumson-Fair Haven 7
Steinert 12, Neptune 7