Shore Conference boys lacrosse results from Saturday, April 22

Lacrosse Scoreboard



No. 4 CBA 14, No. 5 Freehold Township 12

The Colts (3-4, 3-0) scored 12 goals in the second half, including seven in the fourth quarter, to complete a furious rally and derail the Patriots (6-4, 3-1) in a crucial division game that now has CBA in sole possession of first place.

CBA trailed 8-2 at halftime and, after rallying to tie the score, fell behind 12-9 with 6:56 left in the game. Robbie Hermansen's goal off a pass from Nick Casner with 1:24 left tied the game at 12 and Casner delivered the game-winning goal off a feed from Luke Valentino with 32 seconds left. Hermansen added an insurance goal with five seconds to play.


Casner finished with a game-high eight points on two goals and six assists, while Hermansen scored a game-high five goals, four of which came in the fourth quarter. Mike Carroll, Connor Macrae and Valentino each finished with two goals and one assist and Ryan Madalone had one goal and one assist for CBA.

Senior goalie Ryan McGuiness was fantastic with 16 saves, especially in the third quarter when he made seven stops to help the Colts rally and cut their deficit to one heading to the final 12 minutes.

Junior attackman Chris Novella scored three goals with two assists and senior midfielder Mike Colicchia also had a hat trick to lead Freehold Township. Senior attackman Drew Dunn added one goal and two assists while Mike Martino, Mike Ferdinandi, Matt Graybush, Matt Kondrup and Shawn Poole each scored once. Senior attackman Josh Nastarowicz contributed two assists and junior goalie Billy Patten was stellar in the cage with 12 saves.



No. 2 Rumson-Fair Haven 13, Holmdel 1

Alex Werner scored three goals with three assists and Bryan Hess also had a hat trick plus one assist as the Bulldogs won their 10th straight game by defeating the Hornets.

Charlie Curran added two goals and one assist and Oliver Heins, Harry Ricker, Garrett Sweeley, Ryan Tuorto and defenseman Emmett Jennings each scored once. Conor Deverin made 14 saves.

Kevin Burmeister scored the lone goal for Holmdel and Nick Tucillo made 16 saves.


No. 8 Ocean 21, Long Branch 2

Sam Hanna had two goals and five assists and Holden Lowe scored four goals with one assist to lead the Spartans past the Green Wave.

Wriel Egito and Xavier Jenkins scored for Long Branch.


Ranney at Red Bank Catholic - cancelled



No. 1 Manasquan 18, Barnegat 0

Attackman Canyon Birch continued his fantastic sophomore season with seven goals and one assist while the Warriors' defense and senior goalie Tom Pollock (3 saves) registered a shutout to down the Bengals.


St. Rose 14, Point Boro 3

Griffin McDermott fired in four goals with three assists and Chris Bormida also scored four times while adding two assists as the Purple Roses dominated the Panthers.

Shane Reilly scored one goal with three assists and Robbie Brugnoli made eight saves for St. Rose. Danny Clayton, Jack Cusack, Billy Frost, Mike Kinsel and Joe Trilli each scored once.

Kyler Rossi had two goals and one assist, Trevor McNamara had one goal and Parker Roncin made 16 saves for Point Boro.



No. 9 Howell 17, Red Bank 5

Senior attackman Drew Bukowiec scored a game-high goals and added three assists to tie a career-high with eight points and lead the Rebels (7-2) past the Bucs (1-8).

Coleman Chrzan added a hat trick, Ryan Damelio had two goals and two assists, Nico Lorenzo and Vaughn Meehan each had two goals and one assist and Ryan Choffey handed out three assists. Nick Roberto made five saves.

Will Spencer, Kent Hottman, Pat Karr and Brady Gilmartin each scored once for Red Bank while Matt Gibson made 17 saves.



Cranford 8, Jackson Liberty 5

Gavin Ferullo notched a hat trick and Max Matthies scored twice for the Lions in their loss to the Cougars. Dylan O'Connor had two assists and Sean Reid made eight saves.


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