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Saturday, May 14

*NJSIAA Tournament cutoff

Shore Conference Tournament Semifinals

1-Rumson-Fair Haven 16, 4-CBA 6

Senior midfielder Philip Passalaqua netted four goals and one assist and freshman attackman Grayson Goldin also scored four goals as the Bulldogs rolled past the Colts to reach the SCT final for the 13th time in program history.

Junior attackman Quinn Stankovitz added three goals and two assists and junior attackman Cole Cashion supplied three goals and one assist. Senior middie Tommy French had a goal and two assists while senior attackman Dan Garvey and junior attackman Bryce Devlin each scored once. Junior goalie Will Setteducate made 15 saves.

Nick Blalock scored twice and Ryan Martin and Brendan Donnelly each scored once for CBA.

Rumson, which is the defending champion, will try to win its eighth SCT title on Monday night when it takes on Wall in the SCT final at 6 p.m. at Monmouth University's Hesse Field.

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3-Wall 7,  2-Manasquan 3

Senior midfielder Matt Dollive delivered three goals and two assists, junior midfielder Connor Moore scored three times, and Wall's defense turned in an exceptional effort as the Crimson Knights vanquished their archrival to advance to the SCT final for the first time in program history.

Manasquan led 1-0 after the first quarter and deep into the second quarter before Wall scored four straight goals to lead 2-1 at halftime and 4-1 lead in the third quarter. Manasquan was never able to trim the deficit to less than two as Wall avenged a regular-season loss to the Warriors and advanced to Monday's SCT championship game vs. Rumson-Fair Haven, 6 p.m. at Monmouth University's Hesse Field.

Jack Meyer scored once and John McCurry had one assist for Wall. Senior goalie Aiden Kessler made five saves to back up a great defensive performance.

Manasquan did, however, play without standout senior midfielder Robert Pendergist for much of the game after he was injured in the first quarter, and without standout junior attackman Matt Porazzo, who was also out with an injury.

Junior attackman James Farinacci scored twice and senior midfielder Niland DiLuchio scored once for Manasquan. Senior FOGO Max Pauwels won 13 of 15 face-offs and senior goalie Carter Groezinger made five saves.

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Class A South

Toms River East 10, Jackson Memorial 9


Class B South

St. Rose 10, Donovan Catholic 5



No. 8 Red Bank 12, Middletown North 2

Central 14, Long Branch 7



Brick Memorial 8, Hightstown 5

Senior midfielder Dan Aulisi scored five times to set a program single-season record with 56 goals and lead the Mustangs (12-4) to a win over the Rams.


Scotch Plains-Fanwood 15, No. 7 Howell 8



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