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It's time to cast your votes to select the Shore Conference boys lacrosse player of the week for Week 3, April 15 to April 21.

Scroll down to read through the list of nominees for Week 3 and cast your vote at the bottom. The poll will run through Wednesday at midnight.

Week 3 Boys Lacrosse Player of the Week nominees (listed alphabetically)

Jake Agugliaro, So., Attack, Central
Agugliaro tallied six goals and four assists in a 2-1 week for the Golden Eagles and now has 15 goals and five assists through seven games.

Anthony Arch, Sr., Midfield, Southern
The Rams had only one game last week and picked up a thrilling win with an 11-10 triumph over Clearview. Arch led the way with four goals to give him 14 goals and 10 assists for a team-leading 24 points in seven games.

Logan Bailin, Sr., Attack, Middletown South
Bailin scored a career-high seven goals and added an assist for a career-best seven points during a key 14-8 Colonial Division win over Jackson Memorial. He finished the week with 11 goals and three assists and leads the Eagles with 25 points this season.

Shea Brennan, Sr., Midfield, Wall
Brennan had three goals and one assist each in a loss to NJ No. 4 Westfield and in a 7-5 win over St. Joseph (Metuchen) that snapped Wall's four-game losing streak. Brennan leads Wall in goals (11), assists (14), and points (25).

Paul Capozzi, Sr., Attack, Jackson Liberty
The Shore Conference leader in points has been tremendous from game one and posted five goals and 10 assists last week to lead the Lions to a pair of wins for a 6-0 start as they sit atop the Freedom Division. He has scored at least five goals in five of six games, and the only game in which he didn't not score a goal was an eight-assist performance in an 11-2 win over Brick. Capozzi has 29 goals and 21 assists for a conference-best 50 points.

Elias Craig, Sr., Midfield, Jackson Memorial
The Jaguars went 0-2 during the week with losses to Middletown South and Red Bank but Craig was excellent with 10 goals, including six goals in a 10-9 loss to RBC. He reached 100 career points with four goals and one assist vs. Middletown South. Craig has 18 goals in his last three games and is up to 29 goals and seven assists for the season.

Nate Cummings, Jr., Midfield, Toms River East
Cummings has built upon his 62-point sophomore season in compelling fashion for the 5-1 Raiders with 26 goals and 11 assists thus far. He scored four times, including the game-winning overtime goal, in a 7-6 Colonial Divisoin win over Middletown South and also delivered four goals and five assists in a win over Lacey.

Ben Girard, Sr., Midfield, Ocean
Girard began the season with 13 points in his first two games and has continued to lead the way for the Spartans. He scored eight goals and added six assists during the week, and reached the 100-point milestone with a goal and three assists in an 8-7 loss to unbeaten Jackson Liberty. Girard has 27 goals and 15 assists through nine games.

Brady Kirk, Jr., Attack, Point Boro
Kirk rewrote the Point Boro record book last week with a quartet of milestones, reaching 100 career goals, 100 career assists, and 200 career points. He recorded his 194th career point in a win over Barnegat to pass his older brother Aidan and become the Panthers' all-time leader in points. The Marist College commit scored 13 goals and assisted on nine more during a 3-0 week for Point Boro and now has a team-leading 23 goals, 19 assists, and 42 points.

Jackson Lu, Sr., Attack, Red Bank Catholic
Lu scored his 100th career goal with a hat trick in a loss to Kinnelon. He had five goals and three assists in three games last week to enter Week 4 with 21 goals and 10 assists for a team-best 31 points.

Ryan Martin, Sr., Attack, CBA
Martin sank four goals with one assist in a win over Wall, delivered two goals and two assists in a loss to Rumson-Fair Haven, and provided four goals and two assists in a win over Red Bank for a 10-goal, 15-point week. The Villanova signee has 20 goals and seven assists.

Hayden Mattos, Sr., Midfield, Middletown North
Middletown North is off to its best start in program history and Matos has led the way with 17 goals and seven assists through the Lions' 5-1 sprint out of the gate. He three assists in a win over Toms River South and five goals and one assist in a win over Marlboro.

Max Menkowitz, So., Midfield, St. John Vianney
Menkowitz deposited five goals, added three assists, and won 81 out of 97 face-offs to continue his tremendous season. He sports an 81% face-off percentage through eight games.

Gavin Nascimento, Fr., Attack, Donovan Catholic
The Griffins have multiple players with over 20 points who have enjoyed strong seasons, but we'll go with Nascimento for the nomination after his 10-point performance in Donovan's only game last week, a wild 18-17 loss to St. John Vianney. Nascimento had six goals and four assists for his second straight 10-point game. He is averaging eight points per game.

Andrew Pape, Sr., Midfield, Red Bank
Pape has been Red Bank's offensive engine this season with 27 goals and 18 assists and had a great three-game week with 11 goals and five assists. The Boston University signee reached 200 career points with five goals and two assists in a 12-11 loss to Haddonfield.

Leo Passalaqua, Sr., Midfield, Rumson-Fair Haven
The Bulldogs' leading point-producer led a balanced RFH offense in wins over Shore Regional and New Canaan (CT) with three goals and three assists, giving him 19 goals and 14 assists for the 8-0 Dawgs.

Jack Powers, Jr., FOGO, Holmdel
Powers had two games winning over 90 percent of face-offs and finished the week going 52-for-64 at the X while also picking up 32 ground balls. He broke Holmdel's career face-off wins and ground balls records held by 2017 graduate and fellow face-off ace Jack Cook (646 and 445, respectively). Powers now has 701 career face-off wins and 465 ground balls.

Nicholas Romaine, Sr., Attack, Toms River South
The Indians picked up their first two wins of the season with victories over St. Rose and Toms River North and Romaine led the way offensively with seven goals.

Corey Smith, Jr., Attack, Lacey
Smith posted nine goals and three assists in three games, including five goals and two assists in a divisional win over Toms River North. He leads the Lions with 45 points on 24 goals and 21 assists.

Marc Stefanelli, Sr., Midfield, Manalapan
Stefanelli reached the 100-point milestone with five goals and two assists in the Braves' 12-3 win over Howell. Earlier in the week, he set career-highs with six goals and eight total points in a win over Colts Neck. He totaled 13 goals and six assists in three games and boasts a team-best 18 goals and 24 points.




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