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Tuesday, April 12


No. 1 Rumson-Fair Haven 18, St. Peter's Prep 1

Junior attackman Quinn Stankovits buried six goals to lead the way for the Bulldogs (5-1) in their blowout win over the Marauders (2-4) in a game played at Rutgers University.

Rumson, ranked No. 4 in New Jersey, came out firing with nine goals in the first quarter and took a 15-0 lead into halftime. Stankovits scored all six of his goals during the first quarter. Junior Cole Cashion scored twice and senior Philip Passalsqua had a goal and two assists. Bryce Devlin and Connor Spagnula both finished with a goal and an assist while Grayson Goldin, Tommy French, Dan Garvey, Quinn Lumsden, Jack Maguire, LSM Matthew Bockelmann, and defenseman Beau Kemler all scored once.

William Setteducate made five saves and Marshall Halfacre made three saves as the junior tandem split time in goal.

Jude Sargent had the lone goal for St. Peter's.


Salesianum (Del.) 7, No. 2 Manasquan 5

The Warriors (4-1) hung in there with the No. 1 team in Delaware and pulled within one goal in the fourth quarter before ultimately falling by a two-goal margin.

Junior midfielder Blake Gorski scored twice and his goal off an assist from senior midfielder Robert Pendergist cut Salesianum's lead to 6-5 with 4:39 left. The Sallies rebounded just over a minute later, however, and held on for the victory.

In addition to Gorski's two goals, Penderigst and junior attackman James Farinacci had a goal and an assist each and junior attackman Matt Porazzo scored once. Senior defenseman Ryan Bilello had an assist and junior goalie Carter Groezinger made nine saves.

Salesianum was unranked in the most recent Inside Lacrosse National Top 25 but will likely be in the next rankings after defeating Canada's Hill Academy on April 9. Hill Academy was ranked No. 16.




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