Shore Conference Coaches Cup


(1) Rumson-Fair Haven 2, (8) St. John Vianney 1 (OT)

Charlie Butters scored the golden goal out of a scrum in the box during the sixth minute of overtime as the Bulldogs held off a challenge from the Lancers to advance to the Coaches Cup semifinal vs. Freehold Township.

Owen Saad scored the game's first goal in the 12th minute off a corner kick by Liam Barnett, staking Rumson to a 1-0 lead.

St. John Vianney answered before halftime on a goal by Kyle DiMarco, which he finished with a top-of-the-18 strike.



Ranney 2, Brick Memorial 1

Colin Bradley scored two goals in the second half and the Panthers upended the Mustangs in come-from-behind fashion.

No. 13 Manasquan 1, Jackson Memorial 1

No. 12 Colts Neck 4, No. 6 Middletown South 3 (OT)

Freshman Sean Moore scored two goals and older brother Kyle Moore scored the golden goal on a penalty kick as the Cougars won a back-and-forth goal-fest against the Eagles.

Both brothers added an assist apiece and Ryan Spencer scored the other Colts Neck goal.

Jackson Liberty 3, Point Beach 2 (OT)

Christopher Olivares assisted the equalizer by Jose Martinez and later tapped in the golden goal in the 84th minute to deliver the Lions a come-from-behind win over the Garnet Gulls.

Martinez finished off a corner kick from Olivares to tie the game, 2-2, in the 66th minute. in the fourth minute of overtime, Giovanni Batista hammered a shot off the post and Olivares crash goal and knocked in the rebound for the game-winner.

Batista scored Jackson Liberty's first goal, a free kick the tied the game, 1-1, in the 33rd minute.

Brody Powers scored both Point Beach goal.

No. 9 Central 3, Point Boro 0

Ilias Ciltepe, Danny Palheta and David Kroon each scored a goal and the Golden Eagle shut down the Panthers to snap a five game winless streak.

Raritan 2, Manchester 1 (OT)

Andrew Badalamenti scored the golden goal in overtime and the Rockets rallied for a win over the Hawks.

Travis Evernham scored the tying goal in the second half off a corner kick from Stefan Cojocariu.

Manchester jumped on top on the 26th goal of the season by Joey Kurak.

No. 15 Marlboro 2, No. 10 Toms River East 2

Jackson Markovitch scored two goals in the second half and the Raiders erased a two-goal Marlboro lead and salvage a draw against the Mustangs.

Wall 3, Toms River South 2 (OT)

Jake Petillo headed in a cross from Bo Pepe in the 93rd minute and the Crimson Knights avoided squandering a 2-0 lead against the Indians thanks to a clutch connection from two of their seniors.

Petillo also scored the second Wall goal and assisted one by Luke Bigley that opened the scoring in the fourth minute.

Noah Beaton scored to get Toms River South on the board in the 46th minute off a pass from Jacob Myers. Eleven minutes later, Myers tied the game with a goal off a corner kick service from Brody Robillard.

Red Bank 3, Barnegat 1

Carlos Guerra scored and assisted one of Red Bank's three goals in the first 14 minutes and the Bucs held on to beat the Bengals.

Guerra assisted a goal by Alex Salvo that made the score 2-0 in the ninth minute and made it 3-0 in the 14th off the second of two assists by Sean Chenery. Brady Walsh opened the scoring in the seventh minute off the first assist by Chenery.



Keyport 2, East Brunswick Magnet 1

Cristhian Morris scored in the first half and John Covert scored the game-winner in the second as the Red Raiders pulled out a win over the Tigers.

Lacey 4, Pilgrim Academy 1

Matteo Pasqualichio scored two goals and added an assist on Senior Night and the Lions rode three second-half goals to a win over Pilgrim Academy.

Jason Velez chipped in a goal and an assist and Connor Noon scored the other Lacey goal.

Long Branch 4, Linden 3 (OT)

Rene Sanchez scored the golden goal off a pass from Chris Lopez and the Green Wave won an overtime thriller over the Tigers.

Thomas Silva Ferreira, Wyatt Vicente and Johan Gomez scored the first three Long Branch goals.



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