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Class B South

Jackson Memorial 4, Brick 2

Senior Noah Tobias scored two goals and assisted another to lead the Jaguars (4-6-1, 4-6-1) past the Green Dragons (7-6, 7-6) for their third straight win. Senior Bugra Celik chipped in a goal and an assist, senior Brendan Labbe scored the other Jackson Memorial goal and senior Zack Rogacki assisted two goals in the win.

Toms River South 3, Brick Memorial 0

Senior Robbie Tapp broke a scoreless deadlock with a goal off a pass from junior Danny Lindov in the 60th minute and Lindov capped a three-goal second half by the Indians (5-8, 5-8) in the 75th as Toms River South downed the Mustangs (2-9-2, 2-9-2).

Senior Campbell Challoner scored the first Toms River South insurance goal off a pass from senior Pete Mandica in the 68th. Junior Jeremy Schiel assisted the final Indians goal.

No. 8 Southern 4, No. 2 Toms River North 3 (OT)

Senior Kevin Kiernan scored the golden goal in the sixth minute of overtime and the Rams (12-1, 12-1) won a wild, back-and-forth classic to hand the Mariners (12-1, 12-1) their first loss and set up a winner-take-all game on Wednesday for the Class A South championship between the division's top two teams.

Kiernan tracked down the ball in the middle of the field, navigated his way to the outer perimeter of the 18-yard box and ripped a left-footed shot going against the flow of the play, tucking it into the left corner of goal for the dramatic game-winner. The senior finished the game with two goals to regain the Shore Conference lead with 20.

Southern led on two other occasions in the game and also trailed by a goal at one point. Senior John Paul Prosperi scored the game's first goal in the 33rd minute off a throw-in by senior Brandon Notte, which was Southern's only shot during the first half and was enough to send the Rams into the intermission with a 1-0 lead.

Toms River North answered with two goals in a span of four minutes, with senior Ali Baish tying the game in the 45th off a pass from junior David Anderson and later heading down a free kick from senior Parker Nickelsen to set up a go-ahead goal by junior A.J. Emnace in the 49th.

Southern got back in the game with a penalty kick exactly 20 minutes into the second half, with Kiernan converting the kick following a foul inside the 18-yard box. Southern then grabbed the lead back on Prosperi's second goal, which he scored off a free kick by Notte despite Mariners keeper Dawson Kaniuk getting his hands on the ball first.

The Mariners leveled the score in the 70th when Nickelsen settled a cross from junior Mattia Assante and knocked it in.

The two teams are not tied in the standings with one game remaining against one another scheduled for Wednesday at Southern.


Class B Central

Mater Dei Prep 3, Keyport 0

Senior Marcone Pessoa scored two goals and Junior Johnny Contini added a goal and an assist to key the Seraphs (2-9, 2-8) to a win over the Red Raiders (0-11, 0-11).

St. Rose 3, Asbury Park 2

Senior Matt Kirkpatrick scored two goals and senior Morgan Fahy scored the game-winning in the 76th minute to lift the Purple Roses (8-1, 7-0) to a win over the Blue Bishops (7-3, 7-3).

After Kirkpatrick scored twice in the first half to stake St. Rose to a two-goal lead, Asbury Park answered with two goals in the second half to draw even. Senior Chefeston Simeus scored one of the goals and assisted the other by senior JaQuan Lunsford.

Point Beach at Ranney – Canceled


Class B South

Pinelands 4, Lakewood 3

Juniors James Cahill and Stephen Dimileo each scored two goals and the Wildcats (10-1-1, 10-1-1) survived the Piners (2-3-3, 2-3-3) and a hat trick from Christian Jimenez. Junior Adam Grelak also contributed two assists for Pinelands.

Lacey 2, Jackson Liberty 1

Senior Noah Hamouda assisted a goal by senior D.J. Edinger and later scored the game-winner off a cross from junior Connor Bencik to lead the Lions (10-2-1, 10-2-1) to a win over Jackson Liberty (5-3, 5-3).

Jackson Liberty tied the game with an own goal in the 54th minute before Hamouda answered right back with the go-ahead goal 45 seconds later.

Manchester 5, Donovan Catholic 3

Junior Brandon Sogness and sophomore Owen Edwards each scored two goals, including two within two minutes of one another that capped the scoring and delivered the Hawks (6-5-2, 4-5-2) a win over the Griffins (2-6-3, 2-6-2).

Sogness scored the go-ahead goal in the 70th minute off a pass from junior Logan Duffy and Edwards added an insurance goal in the 72nd.

Sophomore Muberaq Aderogba scored the third Manchester goal, which came off an assist from Sogness and put the Hawks ahead, 3-2, in the 23rd.

After Sogness and Edwards scored to give Manchester a 2-0 lead by the 11th minute, junior Preston Kyriakoulis answered with consecutive goals in the 14th and 17th minutes to tie the game. Senior Vin Mendes also scored an equalizer for Donovan Catholic in the 25th.

Barnegat at Point Boro - Canceled



Point Beach 1, Point Boro 1



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