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Welcome to the 2019 edition of the Shore Sports Network’s top plays, highlighting the most dazzling and exciting moments from Shore Conference football action, brought to you by Jersey Shore Institute of Health and Wellness.

This week we take a look at the top clips from Week 9 in our final feature of the season. A sincere thank you to all the coaches who help supply the videos that make this weekly feature possible, and of course to the players for making us stand and cheer their marvelous accomplishments.


Toms River East quarterback Mike Goodall could have just run out of bounds at the end of this key 21-yard run, but that's not his style. He finishes the run strong by blasting a Middletown North defender. The Raiders scored a 17-7 win over the Lions in the Central, Group 4 state quarterfinals.


Friendly bounce

It all went Wall's way in a 49-7 win over Allentown in the Central, Group 3 state quarterfinals, including junior defensive back Casey Larkin being a recipient of a favorable carom off an Allentown receiver for a nice interception.


Mauled by the Jaguars

The Jackson Memorial defense was suffocating in a 20-0 victory over Moorestown in the Central, Group 4 state quarterfinals and even got into the end zone when Wally Doman returned a fumble 64 yards for a touchdown.


Living the dream

Every defensive lineman dreams of the day they pick up a fumble or intercept a pass and return it all the way for a touchdown, and that's exactly what Toms River North's CJ Niedzielski did during the Mariners' 42-17 win over South Brunswick in the Central, Group 5 playoffs. John O'Donnell deflected the pass up into the air and Niedzielski corralled it at the 50-yard line before racing the other way for the touchdown.


'Poni is a horse

Raritan came up just short in a 27-26 loss to Timber Creek in the Central, Group 3 state quarterfinals but senior quarterback Steve Coponi had a big game with 136 yards rushing and three touchdowns, including this 86-yard score.


'Good' to go

Toms River North junior wide receiver Zach Goodale had a huge game in the Mariners' 42-17 win over South Brunswick in the Central, Group 5 state quarterfinals with three catches for 139 yards and two touchdowns. First was an 86-yard touchdown catch and then was a great catch in the back of the end zone.



Ammirati does it all

Holmdel senior running back Tom Ammirati had a hand in all three of the Hornets' touchdowns in a 22-14 win over Red Bank in the South, Group 3 state quarterfinals, including this touchdown pass to Dylan Day on a halfback pass.



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