Ortho Institute Brielle Ortho Shore Conference Boys Soccer Friday Scoreboard, 9/22/23
Shore Conference Tournament
No. 15 Rumson-Fair Haven 4, Lakewood 1
Luke D'Angelo got on the finishing end of two of the three assists by Owen Saad and the Bulldogs (5-1-1) picked up three points in SCT group play with a win over the Piners (1-3-1).
Liam Barnett opened the scoring in the seventh minute by finishing a cross from Saad and D'Angelo give Rumson a 2-1 lead in the 23th with a header on another Saad cross.
Addison Bellincampi knocked in Rumson's third goal in the 60th minute out of a scrum and D'Angelo capped the scoring in the 65th off another cross from Saad.
Class A South
No. 11 Southern 3, Jackson Liberty 1
Brody Reynolds scored a goal and assisted another to ignite the unbeaten Rams (4-0-2, 3-0-1) to another win, this time topping the Lions (2-2-1, 0-2-1).
Nick Prosperi and Jefferson Rubi Cruz each added a goal for Southern.
No. 8 Middletown North 9, Red Bank Catholic 0
Tommy Valinotti and Josiah Stepney each scored two goals and the Lions (4-2) handled the Caseys (0-6).
Valinotti also assisted a goal, Paulie Que posted a goal and two assists, and Andy Avram contributed a goal and an assist for Middletown North.
Matt Silva, Cam DelGrosso and Aidan Dinella each pitched in a goal for the Lions.
Matawan 3, St. John Vianney 2
Andrew Battipaglia scored the game-winner in the 70th minute and Matawan goalkeeper Gavin Veres saved a penalty kick in the 77th as the Huskies (4-2) overcame a 2-1 halftime deficit to beat the rival Lancers (4-1-1).
Noah Pagan scored a goal in the first half and Sal Cassano tallied the equalizer for Matawan.
Anthony Marano headed in a free kick from Kyle DiMarco in the eighth minute and Mason Boles gave the Lancers the lead with a goal in the 30th minute off a Will Keegan feed.
No. 2 Holmdel 3, No. 7 Manasquan 2 (OT)
Joe Wang scored off a rebound in the seventh minute of overtime and the Hornets (5-0-1) won an extra-time thriller over the Warriors (5-1) in a battle of unbeaten top 10 teams in the conference.
Manasquan nearly won it two minutes prior to the golden goal when Brandon Kunz slammed a cross from Cruz Farkas off the football crossbar on a wide-open look from just outside the six-yard box.
Holmdel then got its chance on the counterattack, when Jaime Palmer beating a defender and firing a shot that Manasquan goalkeeper Dylan Morris stopped, but could not corral. The rebound bounced to a wide-open Wang, who tapped it in for the winner.
Holmdel had two leads prior to Wang's winner courtesy of Kapranov. In the 25th, Kapranov took a pass from David Weiner, glided through a cluster of Manasquan defenders, and ripped an 18-yard strike to the upper left of the goal.
Manasquan equalized in the 10th minute of the second half, when Cristian Gonzalez smoked a left-footed strike to the far left corner of the goal from beyond the edge of the 18-yard box.
Kapronov came right back with another go-ahead goal within two minutes of Gonzalez's goal, with Kapranov drawing a takedown in the box and knocking in the ensuing penalty kick.
Manasquan equalized 4:30 later, with Kunz finding Farkas with a cross for the finish.
Manchester 7, Keyport 2
Joey Kurak posted a hat trick and Aidan Clauburg racked up two goals to lead a Hawks (5-3) win over the Red Raiders (1-6).
Kurak also assisted Clauburg's second goal and both Cody McLeod and Robert Rust chipped in a goal for Manchester.
Edwin Prudent assisted a goal by Dan Metrick and later scored one for Keyport -- both in the first half.