Boys Lacrosse Scoreboard

Saturday, March 30


No. 3 CBA 16, Howell 5

Senior attackman Conor Macrae recorded a 10-point game with six goals and four assists to lead the Colts (1-1, 1-0) past the Rebels (1-1, 0-1).

Chris Romano added four goals, Dan Martin had three goals and one assist and Kyle Aldridge had two goals and three assists.

Jared Badillo and James Fay scored twice, Vaughn Meehan scored once and Jared Jablonski made 11 saves for Howell.


No. 8 Middletown South 8, Colts Neck 3

Jason Allen scored a game-high three goals and Matt Tardy scored twice to lead the Eagles (2-0, 1-0) past the Cougars. Mike Deissler scored twice for Colts Neck.


No. 6 Freehold Township 7, Middletown North 3

Senior midfielder Matt Kondrup scored four times to lead the Patriots (2-0, 1-0) to a win over the Lions (1-1, 0-1). Brendan Doel added two goals and two assists and Matt Madonna scored once.


Marlboro 9, Long Branch 4

Sophomore attackman Matt Weber scored six goals and one assist to lead the Mustangs (1-1, 1-0) to a win over the Green Wave (0-2, 0-1). Senior midfielder Vincent Aquilino added two goals and two assists while Justin Santana scored once and Jonathan Alverzo and Zach Veneck had two assists each. Bryden Deleany made three saves to earn the win in goal.



Jackson Liberty 12, Toms River South 5



No. 1 Manasquan 18,  No. 7 Ocean 3

Senior attackman Canyon Birch scored eight times to break the Shore Conference record for career goals and lead the Warriors to an emphatic season-opening win over the Spartans (1-1, 0-1).

Birch entered the season with 274 career goals, which was tied for the most in conference history with Southern's Dylan Jinks. His goal with 1:43 left in the first quarter established a new record and he went on to add six more goals in the second quarter and one more in the third quarter to put his career total at 282. Birch also had three assists to give him 400 career points. The Shore Conference record for points is 431 by CBA's Tommy Duerr.

Senior attackman Ryan Anderson added three goals and three assists and senior midfielder James Pendergist scored twice. Mike Cielecki tallied two goals and one assist and Mike Page, Casey Campbell and Shane Ownes each scored once. Senior Mike LaPoint made four saves in the first half before freshman Carter Grozinger entered and made three saves in the second half.

Mikes Nies scored twice and Holden Lowe scored once for Ocean. Garrett Schwab made 16 saves.


No. 9 Wall 17, Neptune 3

Sophomore midfielder Logan Peters posted a career-high 12 points with three goals and nine assists and freshman attackman Matt Dolive scored five goals to power the Crimson Knights (2-0, 1-0) past the Scarlet Fliers (0-3, 0-1).

Ryan Brice added three goals and one assist, Ethan Doyle scored twice and John Knight, Kyle Wenzel, James Plisky and Shane Meyler each scored once. Brendan Richey made six saves.

Senior Kevin Clohosey scored all three goals for Neptune.


Holmdel 13, Red Bank Catholic 12 (2OT)

Tommy Ilvento sank his fifth goal of the game in double overtime as the Hornets (1-1, 1-0) erased a two-goal halftime deficit to win a thriller over the Caseys (1-1, 0-1).

Senior midfielder Dan Tempone also had a big game for Holmdel with four goals and two assists while winning 23 of 28 face-offs. Justin Cohen added two goals and two assists and Kyle Kapcsos scored twice. Nick Tuccillo made 19 saves to earn the win.

Jack Zenkert had a game-high eight goals plus one assist and Declan Grigg made 10 saves to lead the way for RBC. Ryan Schellin tallied two goals and two assists, Brennan Frederick and Anthony Muniz each scored once and Jack Pollackov dished out three assists. Sean Wosleger picked up a team-high 10 ground balls.



No. 4 Shore 16,  Donovan Catholic 8

Senior midfielder Jack McCrae scored five goals and added three assists and senior attackman Jake Turner scored four goals and had three assists as Blue Devils (2-0, 1-0) doubled up the Griffins (0-2, 0-1) in the divisional opener for both teams.

Tom Bocco had a hat trick, Nick Crochet scored twice and Gil Goldsmith had a goal and five assists. Justin Murphy added a goal and two assists. Junior goalie Scott Sirianni made 10 saves.

Andrew Schelndorf had three goals and one assist, Trevor Barber had two goals and Peter Rao made 17 saves to lead Donovan Catholic. John Schlendorf and Will Duddy each scored once and Dan Murphy had three assists.


Point Boro 6, Barnegat 2

Cormac McCabe scored three goals and added one assist and Parker Roncin made 12 saves to lead the Panthers (1-1, 1-0) past the Bengals (0-3, 0-1). Ben Williams scored twice and Aiden Kirk scored once.

John Porcelli and Tim Lauterbach scored for Barnegat.


Lacey 21, Mater Dei Prep 4

Senior attackman Dylan Vitale scored six goals and also had six assists while senior linemate Dominic Waltonowski had six goals and four assists as the Lions (2-0) erupted for over 20 goals for the second straight game.

Mike Long and Mike Neri each scored twice and Ryan Collings, Chris Augustine, Ryan Giles, Eric Green and Brett Spafford each scored once. Gustavo Baxes made six saves in goal.

Gavin Toth had a hat trick, Chris Napoli scored once and Kajell Whyte made six saves for Mater Dei (1-1).



Cranford 10, No. 10 St. John Vianney 6

Andrew Gosse totaled three goals and one assist and Anthony Brett had two goals and one assist for the Lancers. Josh O'Leary scored once and C.J. Hanson made 13 saves.



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