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Saturday, April 16

Nondivisional

No. 4 Wall 8, No. 3 Southern 1

Senior midfielder Matt Dollive scored three goals and added two assists. freshman midfielder Michael Hoarle won 10 of 12 face-offs, and the defense held down at potent Southern offense to lead the Crimson Knights to a dominant victory over the Rams.

Wall led 3-0 after the first quarter and continued to build upon its advantage with a patient offense that put together efficient possessions. The Knights led 4-1 at halftime and 7-1 going into the fourth quarter. Sophomore attackman Jack Meyer and junior midfielder Connor More each scored twice and junior attackman John McCurry had a goal and an assist.

Senior goalie Aiden Kessler made seven saves, including three big stops in the third quarter when the game was still in reach for Southern. Senior defenseman Charlie Sasso, senior defensive midfielder Jake Davis, junior defensemen Billy Carr and Jack Belko, junior LSM Dominick Giglio, and sophomore defenseman Michael D'Amico led the charge in the back end to limit Southern to only one goal.

Senior midfielder Ryan Sininsky played in his first game since game No. 1 and scored the lone goal for Southern. Senior goalie Tyler Sininsky had another strong game in goal with eight saves.

 

No. 7 Howell 9, Holmdel 8

Senior midfielder Tyler Burns sank the go-ahead goal with six seconds left in regulation as the Rebels rallied with two late goals to win a thriller over the Hornets.

Burns finished with two goals and one assist while senior attackman Vin Burns and junior attackman Nate Lorenzo had a team-high three goals and one assist each. Sophomore midfielder Donovan Marra scored once, senior midfielder Chris Califiore had one assist, and senior goalie Colin Fay made 14 saves.

Will Gilfillan had a hat trick plus one assist and junior goalie Andrew Arredondo had a great game with 12 saves to lead Holmdel. Jaden Gallo scored twice, Kyle Kapcsos had a goal and two assists, and Evan Cohen and Jared Battaglia each had a goal and an assist. Freshman FOGO Jack Powers continued his strong season by winning 12 of 20 face-offs.

 

No. 10 Red Bank Catholic 14, Manalapan 9

Senior attackman Anthony Muniz scored four goals with one assist and junior midfielder Torin Harmon had two goals and four assists to lead the Caseys (6-2) to a victory over the Braves (4-3).

RBC raced out to a 5-1 lead after the first quarter but Manalapan rallied to tie the score 6-6 at halftime by scoring five goals in the second quarter. The Caseys pulled away with four goals in each of the final two quarters.

Ryan Brown had a hat trick plus one assist, Sam Fertal had two goals and two assists, Peter Villare had two goals and one assist, and Jackson Lu tallied a goal and an assist. Gianvito Viola made 13 saves and Nick Cosimano collected seven ground balls.

 

Middletown North 5, Ocean 1   

 

Toms River East 8, St. John Vianney 7

 

Nonconference

No. 2 Manasquan 11, Montclair 5

 

Old Bridge 4, No. 9 Red Bank 3

The Knights (3-4) scored three unanswered goals in the second half, including the go-ahead goal with five seconds left in regulation, to win a barnburner over the Bucs (3-3).

Andrew Pape had two goals and one assist and Kyle Borenius made 20 saves to lead the way for Red Bank. Henry Spencer scored once and picked up six ground balls and Ryder Villani had one assist.

Ryan Christensen and Jayden Basalatan each scored twice for Old Bridge while Kyle Janks made 18 saves.

 

New Brunswick 12, Long Branch 0

 

 

 

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