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Thursday, April 25


American Division

CBA 17, Holmdel 7
Senior attackman Ryan Martin tallied three goals and three assists and junior midfielder Davis Campbell delivered four goals and one assist to power the Colts (8-3, 4-1) to a convincing victory over the Hornets (7-4, 2-4).

Junior LSM Quinn Kelly recorded his first career hat trick and added one assist, junior attackman Carter McGuire notched a goal and three assists, senior midfielder Cameron D'Alterio had a goal and two assists, and freshman attackman Turner Cooke scored twice. Ben Breeden added a goal and an assist while junior defenders Luke Krebs and Michael Poskay each scored once.

Freshman face-off specialist John Little had an impressive afternoon at the X, going 15-for-23 versus Holmdel standout junior Jack Powers. Senior goalie Brandon Desena got the start in the cage and made four saves in the first half while junior goalie Luke Phillips played the second half and made one save.

Senior midfielder Will Gilfillan led Holmel with two goals and three assists. Sophomore midfielder Jack Cannon added two goals and one assist, junior attackman Brian Volpe scored twice, and senior midfielder Gary Collyer scored once. Sophomore goalie Jack Tiller made 11 saves and senior goalie Casey Dowd made one save.

Freedom Division
Jackson Liberty 14, St. Rose 2
Senior attackman Paul Capozzi scored five goals and assisted on four more to headline the Lions' (9-0, 6-0) victory over the Purple Roses (2-7, 0-5) to continue their undefeated season.

Sophoimore Jeff White had a goal and four assists, senior Joe Accordino totaled three goals and one assist, and senior Bobby Balatico struck for his first career hat trick. Senior Joshua Friedman added two goals and one assist. Senior goalie Matt LaBianca made 14 saves, junior Jacob Bandelt picked up a team-high 14 ground balls, and senior Peter LaBianca collected 10 ground balls.

Toms River South 11, Central 1
Junior Ben Hartzfeld delivered three goals and one assist and senior Dennis Forbes also scored three times to lead the Indians (4-5, 3-3) past the Golden Eagles (4-6, 0-5).

Toms River South has now won four games in a row following an 0-5 start.

Senior Nicholas Romaine scored twice, sophomore Landon Braden and senior Ryan Silva had one goal apiece, and sophomore Steve Lindemann scored a goal and went 11-for-12 on face-offs. Junior goalie Nicholas Mueller made 10 saves.

Senior attackman Grant Paczkowski scored Central's goal off an assist from junior defenseman Kareem McGrath. Junior goalie Brady Etzkorn made nine saves.

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