Boys Lacrosse Scoreboard – Saturday, April 20
Saturday, April 20
CLASS A NORTH
No. 9 Freehold Township 11, Long Branch 3
Jake Liebross tallied three goals and two assists and Matt Kondrup notched three goals and one assist to lead the Patriots (6-4, 3-3) to a win over the Green Wave (0-9, 0-5).
Brendan Doel added two goals and one assist while Matt Madonna, John Vitale and Justin Davis each scored once. Nick Elimanco chipped in with two assists. Aidan Purcell (two saves) and Tim Spagnolia (six saves) split time in goal.
Matt Clarke, Daniel Gonzalez and Roberto Chacon scored goals for Long Branch and Scott Taverner made eight saves.
No. 1 Manasquan 14, No. 6 Middletown South 0
No. 4 Shore 20, Ocean 9
Senior midfielder Gil Goldsmith had a huge day with four goals and seven assists as the Blue Devils (8-0) delivered an impressive victory over the Spartans (6-4).
Jake Turner added five goals and three assists, Jack McCrae had four goals and two assists and Justin Murphy and Jamie Mazzacco each recorded hat tricks for Shore's high-powered offense. Murphy also had two assists and Tom Bocco chipped in with one goal and one assist. Sean O'Brien had another dominant day at face-off X by winning 27 of 32 draws. Scott Sirianni made seven saves to earn the win in goal.
Senior attackman Holden Lowe powered Ocean's offense with six goals and two assists. Josh Thurman scored twice, Mike Nies had a goal and an assist and Garrett Schwab made 15 saves.
Neptune 17, Mater Dei Prep 7
Kevin Clohosey sank four goals and added one assist and Jared Popalowski had two goals and four assists to lead the Scarlet Fliers (1-9) past the Seraphs (1-7) for their first win of the season.
Seamus McAnee and Logan Brown each scored three times, Tyron Puryear tallied two goals and one assist and Dayle Church had a goal and two assists. Kyle Montgomery and Ray Rodgers each scored once. McAnee also picked up a team-high 11 ground balls and Hector Molina made four saves to earn the win.
No. 5 Rumson-Fair Haven 5, Moorestown 4 (2OT)
Junior midfielder Drew Frankel netted the game-winning goal in the second overtime period as the Bulldogs (5-6) earned a huge nonconference win over the state-ranked Quakers (3-5).
Junior midfielders Patrick Jamin and Kiel Forlenza each tallied one goal and one assist while Rowan Goldin and Sam Mannino each scored once. Ryan Croddick made eight saves to pick up the win in goal.
Moorestown entered the game ranked 13th in the latest NJ.com Top 20.