Shore Conference Boys Lacrosse Scoreboard for Monday, May 2
Monday, May 2
Class A North
No. 6 CBA 16, Manalapan 1
Junior attackman Nick Blalock and sophomore attackman Ryan Martin each provided three goals and two assists for the Colts (8-6, 7-0) in their emphatic victory over the Braves (7-6, 5-3).
Brendan Donnelly added a goal and two assists, and Davis Campbell and Jack Phillips had a goal and an assist each. Christian D'Alterio, Aidan Guinnessey, Ian Macrae, Aayush Dave, Hayden Kelly, Quinn Kelly, and Peter Canterino each scored once.
Grant Carle scored the lone goal for Manalapan.
No. 9 Middletown South 14, Long Branch 0
Logan Bailin scored three goals with one assist and Shawn Dowd also scored three times for the Eagles (9-4. 6-2) closed out their divisional schedule with a win over the Green Wave (0-13, 0-7).
Luke Rohrnmann had a game-high five points on one goal and four assists while James Finn and Jake Sawyer each had two goals and one assist. Brendan Gilbert, John Beyer, and Colin Gallagher scored one goal apiece. Lucas Campos and Sean Burns split time in goal making one save each.
Arthur Pereira made 10 saves for Long Branch.
Middletown North 8, Colts Neck 5
Thomas Halmi scored three times and Henry Shell had two goals and one assist in the loss for Colts Neck (4-9, 2-5). Tyler Russ won 10 of 16 face-offs, Chris Dalby and Sean Perkinson had one assist each, and Dan O'Keefe made 16 saves in goal.
Class B North
No. 8 Red Bank 18, St. John Vianney 9
Junior midfielder Henry Spencer sank three goals and added five assists and junior attackman Ryder Villani delivered three goals and four assists to lead the Bucs (6-5) to a victory over the Lancers (4-9).
Red Bank came out firing and took a 7-1 lead after the first quarter and then led 11-4 at halftime.
Andrew Pape (2g, 3a), Trey Lynch (3g, 1a), Matt Lynch (3g, 1a), and Matt Kelly (1g, 1a) all had multi-point games while Alec Teter, Maurice Gittines, and Quinn Niesz each scored once. Gavin Lisko (4 saves) and Matt Peduto (4 saves) split time in goal. Kevin Ruland won 12 of 20 face-offs and picked up nine ground balls.
No. 5 Shore 15, Jackson Memorial 6
Sophomore midfielder Sam Madalone struck for nine points on five goals and four assists and senior midfielder Jamie Mazzacco scored five goals as the Blue Devils (8-2) used a strong second half to put away the Jaguars (8-4).
Shore led 6-4 at halftime but outscored Jackson 9-2 in the second half, including 5-0 in the fourth quarter.
Andrew Decker and Carson Spallone had two goals and one assist each, Aidan Murphy had a goal and an assist, and Ryan Turner scored once. Junior goalie Walker Hunter made 12 saves to become Shore's all-time leader in career saves with 330, passing the previous mark of 328 set by Scott Sirianni.
Senior attackman Matt DeRosa had a hat trick and senior midfielder Charlie Harrison had two goals and one assist for Jackson. Harrison also won 11 of 17 face-offs. Justin Perillo scored once, Drew Barocas had two assists. and Hunter Olsen made 21 sages. Bryan Quackenbush also stepped between the pipes for the Jags and made three saves.
No. 10 Red Bank Catholic 16, Marlboro 3
Junior midfielder Torin Harmon scored five goals and added two assists as the Caseys (11-4) cruised to a victory over the Mustangs (3-10). RBC led 10-2 at halftime and 14-2 after the third quarter.
Sam Fertal and Ryan Brown scored three goals each and Jackson Lue had two goals and one assist. Peter Villare had a goal and an assist, Leo Cosimano and Connor McGee each scored once, and Nick Cosimano had two assists plus 14 ground balls and went 13-for-15 on face-offs. Gianvito Viola (3 saves) and Christian Schrader (2 saves) split time in goal.
Kyle Potterton, Ben Rothman, and Noah Gothelf each scored once for Marlboro while DJ Silvia made 10 safes.
St. Rose 13, Freehold Township 8
Junior attackman James Magrini registered a career-high nine points on five goals and four assists to send the Purple Roses (7-5) to a win over the Patriots (2-11).
Senior midfielder Colin Westhoven scored three goals, assisted on four more goals, and won 14 of 25 face-offs. Sean Lattimer and John Harold each scored twice, Dan Bair scored once, Chris DeVoy made eight saves, and Jeff Vitale dished out three assists.
Lacey 9, Toms River North 5
Senior Gaetano Dimiele and freshman Corey Smith each tallied three goals and one assist to lead the Lions (6-7) past the Mariners (2-10).
Lacey opened up a 4-1 lead after the first quarter and maintained the multi-goal lead the rest of the game. Matt VanNortwick scored twice and Diego Wolf had a goal and two assists. Senior John Dodaro won 9 of 11 face-offs and also had an assist. Chad Moore made 14 saves in goal to earn the win.
Holmdel 19, Donovan Catholic 6
Senior attackman Kyle Kapcsos scored a career-high eight goals and added three assists for a career-best 11 points to power the Hornets (9-5) to a win over the Griffins (3-9) on senior night.
Will Gilfillan added two goals and three assists, Aidan Lagana had three goals and one assist, Evan Cohen tallied a goal and three assists, and Jaden Gallo scored three goals. Dylan Lagana added a goal and an assist and Brian Volpe scored once. Freshman FOGO Jack Powers won 18 of 24 face-offs while Andrew Arredondo (3 saves) and Casey Dowd (1 save) split time in goal.
Holmdel led 6-4 after the first quarter before out-scoring Donovan Catholic 13-2 the rest of the game. The Hornets led 12-4 at halftime.
Jackson Liberty 7, Brick 5
Sophomore attackman Paul Capozzi totaled two goals and four assists and junior midfielder Reese Stewart notched a hat trick as the Lions (4-10) rallied from a halftime deficit to take down the Dragons (2-10).
Brick led 3-2 at halftime before Liberty took the lead for good with a 4-0 run during the third quarter.
Billy Schuler had a goal and two assists, Yousef Takawy scored once, Connor D'Andrea went 10-for-15 at the face-off X, and Matt LaBianca made nine saves in goal.
Justin Kurc led Brick with three goals while Travis Hickman and Justin Schlaefer each scored once.
Point Boro 9, Ocean 4
Senior midfielder Nick Campbell erupted for a career-high seven goals plus one assist to lead the way for the Panthers (11-2), who went on the road to earn a win over the Spartans (3-11).
Campbell's previous high was four goals in one game, which he accomplished earlier this season in a win over Donovan Catholic.
Brian Ostrander and Greyson Ritter added one goal each while freshman attackman Brady Kirk had two assists. Tommy Morris won 12 of 15 face-offs and Matt Azzarano made nine saves.
St. Augustine 11, No. 1 Rumson-Fair Haven 10 (OT)
Senior Luke Hendricks capped the only possession of overtime with a fake pass, a dodge, and the game-winning goal as the Hermits (9-1) made the 76-mile drive to Rumson and came away with a dramatic victory over the Bulldogs (11-4) in a matchup of top-10 teams in New Jersey.
Rumson entered the game ranked No. 3 in New Jersey by NJ.com and St. Augustine was ranked No. 9.
Rumson started strong and led 4-0 early in the second quarter before St. Augustine rallied to take a 6-5 lead with 4:25 left in the third quarter. Rumson responded to re-take the lead and the teams kept trading goals into the fourth quarter. The Hermits scored three in a row spanning the final two minutes of the third quarter and the first 1:30 of the fourth quarter to take a 9-7 lead but Rumson answered on goals by Quinn Stankovits and Tommy French to tie the score 9-9 with 6:30 left in regulation.
Junior Billy Hughes gave St. Augustine a 10-9 lead with 2:36 on the clock and the Hermits looked to be in great shape with a two-man advantage with 1:57 to play. Rumson was able to kill off both penalties and regain possession, however, and with just 18 seconds left in the fourth quarter, French took a pass from Stankovits and scored to send the game to overtime.
St. Augustine senior Jackson Tinari had a dominant game at the face-off X and he controlled the overtime face-off to give the Hermits the ball. A long possession eventually led to Hendricks faking a pass to his right, dodging around a defender, and scoring with an overhand righty shot to give the Hermits the win.
Stankovits, a senior attackman, led Rumson with five goals and one assist while French had a hat trick. Junior attackman Cole Cashion tallied two goals and one assist while Andy Croddick, Grayson Goldin, and Beau Kemler had one assist each. Will Setteducate made seven saves.
Tinari gave St. Augustine a huge possession advantage by going 22-for-27 at the face-off X, including the all-important overtime draw. Hendricks had three goals and two assists, senior Matt Vanaman delivered two goals and two assists, and senior Luke Scarpello scored three times to lead the Hermits' offense. Billy Hughes had a goal and an assist and senior Genarro Petrongolo and junior Jack Schleicher scored one goal each. Ryan Demato and Noah Plenn chipped in with one assist each. Senior Aidan Peters made seven saves in goal.