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Saturday, May 11 (NJSIAA Tournament cutoff)



At Monmouth University's Kessler Stadium

1-Manasquan 12, 2-CBA 7

Senior attackman Canyon Birch netted five goals and two assists, senior midfielder James Pendergist tallied three goals and two assists and senior goalie Mike LaPoint made eight saves as the Warriors (17-0) pulled away from the Colts (11-6) to win their third consecutive Shore Conference Tournament championship.

Sophomore attackman Casey Mulligan added two goals while senior midfielder Riley Callahan and freshman midfielder Robert Pendergist each scored once.

Sophomore midfielder Kyle Aldridge led CBA with three goals while sophomore attackman Dan Martin notched two goals and one assist and sophomore goalie Noah D'Andrea made eight saves. Senior attackman Connor Macrae and sophomore midfielder Terrance Lacewell each scored once.

Manasquan led 2-0 on goals by the Pendergist brothers in the first 3:58 of the game, but CBA got on the board on a goal by Aldridge and the teams alternated goals the rest of the quarter. Manasquan led 4-3 heading into the second before Aldridge tied the game at four with a goal 58 seconds in. From there, Manasquan buckled down and went on a seven-goal run that spanned the rest of the second quarter and the entire third quarter. LaPoint and the Warriors' defense held CBA without a goal for 23:10 between Aldridge's goal in the second quarter and Macrae's goal early in the fourth.

Manasquan is now the third Shore Conference program to win three SCT titles, joining CBA (4) and Rumson-Fair Haven (6).



Middletown South 8, Middletown North 7 (OT)



Donovan Catholic 10, Toms River East 9



Red Bank Catholic 18, Colts Neck 4

Freehold Township 10, Allentown 6

Brick Memorial 14, North Brunswick 7

Cranford 9, Howell 4

Neptune 12, Edison 6



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