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Saturday, April 23

Class B South

St. Rose 12, Lacey 5

Senior midfielder Colin Westhoven had a career day with a career-high 10 points on eight goals and two assists to fuel the Purple Roses (6-4, 3-2) to a divisional victory over the Lions (4-5, 0-3).

John Harold added two goals and one assist, James Magrini scored twice, and Jeff Vitale dished out three assists. Chris DeVoy backstopped St. Rose to the win with 11 saves.



No. 4 Southern 9, No. 5 Shore 7

Junior attackman Hayden Lucas scored the go-ahead goal on the extra-man opportunity with 4:09 left in regulation as the Rams (8-1) scored four times in the fourth quarter to win a back-and-forth game with the Blue Devils (5-2).

Senior attackman Jack Kolbe had a game-high five goals and added two assists, including setting up Lucas's goal. Senior midfielder Zach Washco and junior midfielder Joey DeYoung each had a goal and an assist, senior attackman Ryan Sininsky scored the insurance goal to make it 9-7 with 2:47 left, and sophomore midfielder Anthony Arch assisted on a pair of goals.

Senior FOGO Kurt Falk won 13 of 18 face-offs while Arch's strong play off the wing led to him assisting on two goals in transition. Senior goalie Tyler Sininsky had another solid game with seven saves.

Sophomore midfielder Sam Madalone had a goal and three assists while senior midfielder Jamie Mazzacco and senior attackman Carson Cooke each scored twice for Shore Regional. Ben Levy and Andrew Decker added one goal each and junior goalie Walker Hunter made eight saves.


Holmdel 14, Middletown North 3

Senior midfielder Aidan Lagana sank four goals with one assist and senior attackman Kyle Kapcsos facilitated half a dozen goals with six assists as the Hornets (6-4) rolled to a victory over the Lions (3-7).

Sophomore middie Will Gilfillan tallied three goals and two assists and senior attackman Evan Cohen totaled two goals and two assists. Jaden Gallo and Jared Battaglia each scored twice and Dylan Lagan scored once. Freshman FOGO Jack Powers won 14 of 20 at the face-off X and junior goalie Andrew Arredondo made six saves.

Holmdel led 5-2 a halftime before erupting for seven straight goals in the third quarter to break the game open.


Marlboro 7, Ocean 6

Senior attackman Ben Rothman notched a hat trick and senior midfielder Kyle Potterton scored twice to lead the Mustangs (3-6) to a tight victory over the Spartans (2-8).

Zach Mendes added a goal and an assist, Noah Gothelf scored once, Eddie West won 7 of 12 face-offs, and DJ Silvia made three saves.


St. John Vianney 8, Freehold Township 7 (OT)

Senior midfielder Mason Shenk scored six times and sophomore Jack Lupo made four saves as the Lancers (3-6) clipped the Patriots (1-8) in overtime.

Nick Corso and Nick Gaumb added one goal each for SJV.

Jaden Buckley had two goals and one assist and Aidan Harrington scored twice for Freehold Township. Nick Carnevale added a goal and an assist and Nolan Thompson and Ian Fallon each scored once. Connor Brown made six saves.

St. John Vianney led 5-2 heading into the fourth quarter before Freehold Township scored five times to send the game to overtime tied 7-7.



New Cannan (CT) 10, No. 1 Rumson-Fair Haven 5


No. 2 Manasquan 13, Ocean City 6

Junior attackman James Farinacci delivered four goals and three assists and senior midfielder Robert Pendergist recorded a hat trick as the Warriors (8-1) went down the Parkway and picked up a win over the defending South Group 3 champion Red Raiders (5-5).

Junior attackman Matt Porazzo tallied a goal and four assists, freshman Brandon Kunz netted a goal and two assists, and junior attackman Blake Gorski scored twice. Senior Niland DiLuchio and junior Brody Muly each scored once and senior FOGO Max Pauwels won 16 of 22 at the face-off X and also had an assist.


Georgetown Prep 14, No. 6 CBA 8

Junior attackman Nick Blalock scored three goals and added one assist and senior midfielder Aidan Guinnessey scored twice for the Colts (5-4), who fell to their second straight nationally-ranked opponent this week. Ryan Martin, Ian Macrae, and Hayden Kelly had a goal and an assist each. Brandon DeSena and Jeff Frankenburg split time in goal and made three saves each.

CBA will conclude its week on Sunday with a game vs. the No. 1 team in the nation, St. John's College High School of Washington D.C.


No. 7 Howell 16, West Windsor-Plainsboro North 3

Junior attackman Nate Lorenzo scored a career-high seven goals and added two assists for a career-best nine points as the Rebels (8-3) steamrolled the Knights (2-7).

Senior attackman Vin Burns continued to deliver from X with three goals and three assists, senior midfielder Doug MacKenzie and junior attackman Jack Marich each had two goals and one assist, and senior midfielder Chris Calafiore scored twice. Senior midfielder Tyler Burns chipped in with three assists, senior FOGO Glenn Giordano won 13 of 20 at the face-off X, and senior goalie Colin Fay turned aside six shots.


No. 8 Middletown South 11, St. Joseph (Metuchen) 6


No. 9 Red Bank Catholic 18, South Brunswick 2

Senior attackman Anthony Muniz scored five goals and assisted on four others and junior midfielder Torin Harmon scored five goals with three assists to power the Caseys (7-4) to a win over the Vikings (0-8).

Ryan Brown added three goals and two assists, Sam Fertal had a hat trick, and Jackson Lu tallied two goals and two assists. Nick Cosimano picked up 11 ground balls and Christian Schrader made 18 saves.


Monroe 10, No. 10 Red Bank 6


Point Boro 16, Middle Township 3

Senior midfielder Aidan Kirk continued his excellent season with eight goals and one assist while freshman attackman Brady Kirk sank four goals and assisted on four others to send the Panthers (9-1) to another victory.

Nick Campbell also found the net multiple times with three goals and Brian Ostrander added a goal and an assist. Tommy Morris won 13 of 20 face-offs and Matt Azzarano made eight saves.




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