Current Recovery & Performance NJSIAA Tournament Boys Lacrosse Scoreboard – Wednesday, May 15
Wednesday, May 15
PUBLIC, FIRST ROUND
SOUTH, GROUP 4
7-Freehold Township 7, 10-Old Bridge 5
Junior attackman Brendan Doel banked two goals and four assists and senior goalie Aidan Purcell made 18 saves as the Patriots (11-6) built a three-goal lead after three quarters and held off the Knights (10-8) to advance to the quarterfinals.
Matt Madonna added two goals, Matt Kondrup had one goal and one assist and Jake Liebross and Kyle Von Nessen each scored once.
Freehold Township will play at No. 2 Lenape on Saturday.
5-Southern 18, 12-Hightstown 6
Junior attackman Cade Johnson tallied seven goals and two assists and senior midfielder Ajani Steverson sank six goals to power the Rams (13-3) past Hightstown and into the quarterfinals.
Ryan Sininsky and Nick Stankus added one goal and two assists each, Luke Bruther, Will Devane and Jake Hughes each scored once and Luke Maul made six saves. Drew Wasacz went 18-for-27 on face-offs.
Southern will play at No. 4 Monroe in the quarterfinals.
6-Howell 11, 11-Kingsway 10
The Rebels staged an incredible late-game comeback when Tyler Burns scored the game-tying goal off a pass from Logan Dennison with 11 seconds left before Vaughn Meehan won the ensuing face-off and scored the go-ahead goal with four seconds on the clock to stun the Dragons.
Howell will play at No. 3 Cherokee on Saturday.
NORTH, GROUP 3
7-Wayne Valley 12, 10-Middletown South 4
2-Northern Highlands 16, 15-Middletown North 1
Brayden Gazzette scored the lone goal and James Cook made six saves for the Lions (9-8).
SOUTH, GROUP 3
8-Northern Burlington 8, 9-Brick Memorial 5
Darren Romaine and Rex Freeman each scored twice and Jake White made 20 saves for the Mustangs (9-9) in their loss to the Greyhounds. Chris Marks added one goal and two assists.
5-Mainland 15, 12-Colts Neck 9
Anastagio Muscara scored six goals with one assist and Brandon Cifone made 22 saves but the Cougars (3-13) fell to the Mustangs in the opening round. Nic Giantasio added one goal and three assists and Mike Deissler scored twice.
11-West Windsor-Plainsboro South 9, 6-Jackson Memorial 8
7-West Windsor-Plainsboro North 11, 10-Toms River East 3
2-Ocean City 18, 15-Toms River South 2
SOUTH, GROUP 2
1-Rumson-Fair Haven 19, 16-Lawrence 3
Drew Shaw sank four goals with three assists and Sam Mannino tallied three goals and three assists as the defending-champion Bulldogs rolled into the quarterfinals.
Patrick Jamin also scored three times while adding one assist, Luke Devlin recorded two goals and one assist and Peter Nitka and Harry Ricker also scored twice. Thomas Russo, William Sullivan and Jack Whitelaw scored one goal apiece and Tommy Swain and Jimmy Hempstead each went 11-for-11 on face-offs. Ryan Croddick needed to make just two saves to pick up the win in goal.
Rumson will host No. 8 Holmdel on Saturday.
8-Holmdel 8, 9-Voorhees 4
Senior midfielder Dan Tempone scored two goals and went 14-for-15 on face-offs while Ryan Bradley and Justin Cohen each notched two goals and one assist to lead the Hornets (12-6) past the Vikings.
Nick Tuccillo made seven saves, Kyle Kapscos had one goal and one assist and Tom Ilvento scored once.
Holmdel will play at No. 1 Rumson-Fair Haven on Saturday.
7-Lacey 22, 10-Gov. Livingston 4
Dylan Vitale scored eight goals and Dominic Waltonowski delivered six goals and two assists as the Lions (13-3) blew out the Highlanders to advance to the quarterfinals.
Mike Long added one goal and five assists, Ryan Giles had two goals and one assist and Chris Augustine, Eric Green, Gian Gonzalez, Starner and Marotta each scored once. Gus Baxes made eight saves.
Lacey will play the winner of No. 2 Somerville ad No. 15 Oakcrest on Saturday.
3-Wall 19, 14-Red Bank 10
Sophomore midfielder Logan Peters registered five goals and two assists and junior attackman Ethan Doyle tallied four goals and one assist to lead the Crimson Knights (11-3) past the Bucs (8-9) and into the quarterfinals.
Ryan Brice banked two goals and four assists, Daniel Burns notched three goals and one assist and John Knight and Matt Dollive had one goal and one assist each. Kayvon Haghighi, Jake Davis and Anthony Morgan each scored once and Sean DeMott (11 saves) and Brendan Richey (three saves ) split time in goal.
Wall will host No. 6 Hopewell Valley on Saturday.
5-Allentown 6, 12-Jackson Liberty 4
Jake Bosco scored twice and Sean Reid made nine saves for the Lions (8-8). Matthew Bland and Nick Labianca each scored once.
6-Hopewell Valley 9, 11-Ocean 4
Dale Alto, Holden Lowe, Hyatt Lowe and Mike Nies scored goals and Garrett Schwab made 15 saves in the loss for the Spartans (8-10).
SOUTH, GROUP 1
1-Manasquan 19, 16-Dayton 0
Senior attackman Canyon Birch delivered six goals and three assists and senior attackman Ryan Anderson tallied two goals and two assists as the Warriors (17-0) took care of business in the opening round.
Mike Farinacci had a hat trick, LSM Mike Page and midfielder Casey Campbell each scored twice and Casey Mulligan notched three assists. Riley Callahan, Shane Ownes, Rogers and freshman Shay Keating added one goal each.
4-Shore 23, 13-Lower Cape May 5
Jack McCrae and Jake Turner each registered five goals and two assists and Gil Goldsmith banked three goals and four assists as the Blue Devils (14-1) crushed the Tigers to advance to the quarterfinals.
Tom Bocco scored four goals, Jamie Mazzacco tallied three goals and one assist and defenseman Liam Rempel scored a goal and added two assists. FOGO Sean O'Brien won 22 of 29 face-offs and scored once and Carson Cooke also scored once.
Shore will host No. 5 Delaware Valley in the quarterfinals.
St. Rose 18, Long Branch 4
No. 10 St. John Vianney 7, Immaculata 6