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Thursday, April 28

Class A North

No. 6 CBA 16, Marlboro 0 

Ryan Martin had two goals and four assists and Peter Rawlins recorded a hat trick to lead the way for the Colts (7-6, 6-0) in a thorough win over the Mustangs (3-9, 1-6).

Ian Macrae and Jake Andreski each scored twice. Ty Feiler, Hayden Kelly, Davis Campbell, Brendan Donnelly, Cameron D'Alterio, Liam Schwartz, and Hunter Kilpatrick all had one goal while Chase Bazant contributed three assists.

DJ Silvia made eight saves for Marlboro.


Class A South

Jackson Memorial at Toms River East. - postponed to TBA


Class B North

Holmdel 9, No. 8 Red Bank 8

The Hornets jumped out to a 7-3 halftime lead and held off a late rally by the Bucs to earn their first win over a ranked opponent this season. Senior attackman Kyle Kapscos led the way with three goals and two assists and senior attackman Evin Cohen also scored three goals.

Secondary scoring for Holmdel (8-4, 3-2) was provided by Dylan Lagana, Aidan Lagana, and Jared Battaglia with one goal each while junior goalie Andrew Arredondo made 12 saves.

Junior attackman Ryder Villani powered the offense for Red Bank (5-5, 2-3) with five goals. Andrew Pape added two goals and one assist, Trey Lynch scored once, and Henry Spencer dished five assists. Gavin Lisko had a strong game with 17 saves in goal.



Class B South

No. 2 Manasquan 19, Donovan Catholic 0

Junior attackman Matt Porazzo tallied three goals and one assist to reach 100 career points and led the way for the Warriors (10-1, 6-0) in a dominant win over the Griffins (3-8, 1-4).

Robert Pendergist added two goals and one assist and Nick Carabetta, Ryan Esdaile, and Ryan Aldi each scored twice. James Farinacci, Brandon Kunz, Dan Hyland, and Parker Harms all posted a goal and an assist. Scoring one goal each were Blake Gorski, Niland DiLuchio, Joseph Carabetta, and Kai Donohue and chipping in with one assist each were Ryan Bilello, Matt Schneider, and Kelly Mulligan.

Senior FOGO Max Pauwels went 14-for-14 at the face-off X and sophomore Ty Therman went 6-for-9 on draws. Spencer Muly made three saves in goal while Carter Groeznger and Nick Bounassi played but did not need to make any saves.

Dermot Murphy made eight saves in the loss for Donovan Catholic.



East Brunswick 9, Manalapan 6

Sophomore midfielder Grant Carle scored three times and senior goalie Alex Kaplan made 15 saves for the Braves (7-5) in their loss to the Bears (7-5).




-Wednesday's scores and recaps, 4/27

-Boys Lacrosse Top 10 for April 27

-Vote for the Week 3 Boys Lax Player of the Week

-Week 3 Team of the Week award

-Red Bank Rallies To Clip Middletown South in final minute

-This week's results 


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