Monday Boys Lacrosse Scoreboard, 4/10/17
Shore Conference boys lacrosse results for Monday, April 10.
CLASS A NORTH
No. 5 Howell 16, Middletown North 6
The Rebels (4-1, 1-1) outscored the Lions 9-2 in the second half to earn their first division win of the season.
Senior attackman Drew Bukowiec led the way by tying a career-high with six goals while adding one assist. Linemate and fellow senior Ryan Damelio added three goals and three assists and senior midfielder Nico Lorenzo and sophomore attackman Joey Sorrentino each scored twice.
Spencer Verdoni, Pat Handy and Dan Cohen each scored their first career varsity goals for Howell. Attackman Ryan Choffey dished out two assists and sophomore goalie Nick Roberto made 10 saves. Howell moved the ball well with 14 of its 16 goals being assisted.
Brock Zenker scored three times to lead Middletown North (1-4, 1-1).
Middletown South 15, Marlboro 3
Pete Lawson led all players with four goals and one assist while Alec Madden had two goals and three assists to lead the Eagles (3-1, 1-0) past the Mustangs (1-4, 0-2) for their first division win of the season.
Mike Pagliettini added three goals, Pat Walsh scored twice and Noah Diodato had one goal and one assist. Mike Gallicchio, Ryan Mitsiopoulis and Dan Rossi each tallied one goal apiece.
No. 9 Ocean 17, Jackson Liberty 3
Senior Sam Hanna continued his hot start to the season with a career-high 11-points on eight goals and three assists to fuel the Spartans' (4-1) convincing win over the Lions (1-6).
It is the second time in five games this season that Hanna has scored eight goals.
Sophomore Mike Nies added three goals and one assist and sophomore Holden Lowe had one goal and five assists. Senior Jordan Ornowski finished with one goal and four assists and senior Jesse Gionatti scored twice. Seniors Tom Amato and Cole Conti each scored once.
Conti also had a team-high 10 ground balls while winning 11 of 19 face-offs. Senior goalie David Walk made 11 saves.
Liam Benjamin, Thomas Ferullo and Max Matthies scored for Jackson Liberty. Sean Reid made 11 saves.
Jackson Memorial 17, Long Branch 0
Santo Porazzo scored three goals with two assists and John Chitren had two goals and four assists in the Jaguars' (3-1) victory over the Green Wave (0-4).
Senior goalie Dylan Furnback made six saves to earn his first career shutout. Dakota Neron had a hat trick with one assist and Logan Reese scored twice for Jackson.
Toms River South 18, Barnegat 3
Anthony Alvarez scored six goals with one assist and Ethan Lucas scored four goals with three assists to guide the Indians (2-1) past the Bengals (1-2).
Cooper Guzzi added two goals and two assists and Mike Caufield and Andrew Xigues each registered two goals and one assist. Timmy Kaiser dished out three assists, Declan Mullin had one goal and two assists and Sean Ryan also scored for Toms River South.
Point Boro 10, Neptune 8
Tanner Gordon notched a hat trick while Liam Connelly, Trevor McNamara and Colton Carls each scored twice as the Panthers (1-3) held off the Scarlet Fliers (1-3) to earn their first win of the season.
Connelly also had two assists while McNamara added one assist. Kyler Rossi finished with one goal and two assists and Parker Roncin made 10 saves in goal.
Kevin Clohosey led Neptune with four goals while Nick Brown scored twice. Tyler Rossi and Jahi Neely each scored once.
Donovan Catholic 13, Brick 9
No. 1 Manasquan 11, Moorestown 8
The top-ranked Warriors (4-0) went on the road and earned an impressive win over the Group III stalwart Quakers (3-1) in a matchup of state-ranked teams.
Sophomore attackman Canyon Birch scored five goals with two assists and senior brother Jarrett had three goals and two assists to power the offense, while senior goalie Tommy Pollock produced a clutch effort between the pipes with 15 saves.
Senior attackman Joe Tonkovich added two goals and one assist, sophomore midfielder James Pendergist scored once and senior midfielder John Moran and sophomore defenseman Jack Fabean each assisted on one goal.
Moorestown has reached the NJSIAA Group III final in two of the past three seasons. Manasquan played in the Group II title game last season for the first time in program history. Manasquan entered the game ranked No. 19 in the state by NJ Advance Media, while Moorestown was ranked No. 13.
Moorestown grabbed a 2-1 lead in the first quarter before Manasquan tied the game on a goal by Jarrett Birch and then pulled ahead when Fabean set up Canyon Birch for a 3-2 advantage. Jarrett Birch's goal with the extra man put the Warriors up 7-3 late in the first half, but Moorestown scored twice in the final minute to make it 7-5 at halftime.
Canyon Birch scored twice to give Manasquan a 9-5 lead heading into the fourth quarter, but Moorestown again pulled to within two with a pair of strikes in the first two minutes of the fourth. Jarrett Birch completed the hat trick to give Manasquan a 10-7 lead with 9:12 to play, and Tonkovich scored off a feed from Jarrett Birch one minute to play to seal the victory.
New Providence 14, Red Bank Catholic 4