Ortho Institute Brielle Ortho Shore Conference Boys Soccer Weekend Scoreboard, 9/16 and 9/17
Sunday, Sept. 17
No. 1 CBA 3, Delran 2
Senior John Gambale assisted second-half goals by Brayden Perry and Dylan Millevoi and the Colts recovered from an early one-goal deficit to top the Bears for the second straight season.
After falling behind, 1-0, CBA equalized on a goal by senior Lawrence Mancino off a ball from senior Dan Dinnell in the 34th minute.
Perry scored to give CBA the lead in the 45th minute and Perry delivered what proved to be the game-winner in the 60th minute to extend the Colts lead to 3-1.
Saturday, Sept. 16
Shore Conference Tournament
No. 2 Holmdel 7, Manchester 2
Junior Stephan Kapranov scored five goals and the Hornets steamrolled the Hawks for their first win in SCT group play. Seniors Frankie Brusco and Younis Kamel each added a goal for Holmdel.
Senior Joey Kurak scored both Manchester goals to run his season total to eight -- including at least one in each of his team's five matches.
No. 8 Manasquan 3, Raritan 2 (OT)
Senior Lukas Farkas bent in a corner kick in the 88th minute and the Warriors rallied to beat the Rockets to remain perfect on the season, as well as in SCT group play.
Manasquan drew even in the 44th minute, when junior Cristian Gonzalez volleyed a throw-in by senior Luke Roy out of the air and buried it into the back of the net from beyond 20 yards.
Farkas set up classmate Kevian Kraemer for the first Manasquan goal, which gave the Warriors a 1-0 lead in the 14th minute.
Raritan responded in the 20th minute when senior Andrew Badalamenti stole the ball in the Manasquan third and finished the equalizer. In the Badalamenti struck again before the half, this time knocking in a set piece from Alan Warren to give the Rockets a 2-1 lead.
Wall 3, Brick Memorial 0
Seniors Jake Petillo and Chris Dailey both scored first-half goals off passes from senior Bo Pepe and freshman Kevin Anderson added a breakaway goal in the second half to pace the Crimson Knights to a win over the Mustangs.
No. 9 Middletown South 8, Keyport 0
Shawn McCann scored two goals and Ray Anichino added a goal and two assists to help propel the Eagles to a win over the Red Raiders.
Justin Sibilia notched a goal and an assist, while Bernard Mann, Thomas DiLouie, James Lennon and Chris Plessing each contributed a goal for Middletown South
No. 3 Toms River North 4, Point Beach 0
No. 10 Middletown North 5, Donovan Catholic 1
Josiah Stepney and Nick Dinella each scored two goals and Liam O'Keefe accounted for the other as the Lions coasted to a win over the Griffins, moving them within a win or a draw vs. Point Beach of qualifying for the SCT knockout round.
Cameron DelGrosso also dished out two assists for Middletown North.
Matt Fletcher scored off a pass from Luke Strippoli for Donovan Catholic's lone goal.
Point Boro 5, Asbury Park 0
Chase Norling scored the first of five goals by five different Point Boro players and the Panthers blanked the Blue Bishops in their first group-play game.
Junior Liam Shand and seniors John Witkowski, Owen Clearwaters and Ben Frtiz each added a goal, while senior Matt Decker added two assists.
No. 11 Southern 6, Red Bank 1
Senior Matt Hoosack and junior Aidan Donnelly each scored two goals as part of a six-goal explosion by Southern in a span of 18 minutes and the Rams rolled to a win over the Bucs to win their SCT group-play opener.
Red Bank took a 1-0 lead into the second half thanks to a first-half goal by Alex Salvo, but it took Southern all of 14 seconds after the second-half whistle to level the score. Hoosack beat his defender along the endline and slammed a shot inside the near post for the tying goal with 39:46 showing on the scoreboard.
Southern's next five goals all came within a span of 10 minutes. Donnelly buried the go-ahead goal in the 48th minute and classmate Nick Prosperi followed with a goal 23 seconds later that Prosperi finished on his third attempt following two rebounds.
Junior Brody Reynolds extended the lead to 4-1 off a feed from Donnelly in the 53rd and Donnelly converted his second goal off a pass from Prosperi 1:16 later. Hoosack then capped the scoring by bending a left-footed shot under the bar in the final seconds of the 58th minute.
No. 16 Long Branch 0, St. Rose 0
St. Rose senior Jack Harmon made two critical saves in overtime as part of his standout game in goal and the Purple Roses battled the Green Wave to a draw.
Gerardo Rodas-Maldonado earned his third straight shutout for Long Branch.
Long Branch senior forward Chris Garcia Lopez returned to action after missing Long Branch's last two full games after leaving the second game of the season with a cut over his eye that required stitches.
Barnegat 8, Lower Cape May 1
Julian Marfino scored two goals and dished out three assists to pace the Bengals to a win over the Tigers.
Nate Sisco also scored two goals to go with an assist, while Justin Peterson, Joe Salamanca, Mazen Solemon and Sean O'Neill each scored a goal as well.
Trenton 3, Lakewood 2