Shore Conference Boys Lacrosse Scoreboard for Tuesday, May 16
Tuesday, May 16
Shore Conference Tournament
1-Rumson-Fair Haven 12, 8-Shore 2
Junior midfielder Andy Croddick scored four goals and senior midfielder Cole Cashion tallied two goals and two assists as the two-time defending SCT champion Bulldogs (14-4) defeated the Blue Devils (9-5) to advance to the semifinals.
Senior defenseman Beau Kemler had a goal and an assist while sophomore midfielder Vincent Raphalian, senior attackman Bryce Devlin, freshman attackman Luke Lydon, and junior defenseman Brody Page each scored once. Junior midfielder Leo Passalaqua dished out two assists, junior FOGO Luke Marascio controlled the face-off X, and senior goalie Marshall Halfacre turned in a sturdy performance between the pipes.
Rumson led 3-0 after the first quarter and 5-1 at halftime before scoring five times in the third quarter to open a 10-2 lead.
Junior attackmen Brady Cooke and Carson Spallone had one goal apiece and senior goalie Walker Hunter continued to shine off his return from an injury that cost him the first 10 games of the season.
Rumson will play the winner of today's CBA vs. Red Bank game at 4 p.m. on Thursday at Long Branch High School.
2-Wall 12, 7-Southern 5
Senior attackman John McCurry totaled a goal and three assists to become Wall's all-time leading scorer and help lead the Crimson Knights (13-4) to a victory over the Rams (11-4) to return to the SCT semifinals.
McCurry surpassed the previous mark of 249 points set by current Rutgers University sophomore attackman Logan Peters.
Junior midfielder Shea Brennan scored five goals and added one assist and senior midfielder Connor Moore had two goals and one assist. Sophomore face-off specialist Michael Hoarle won 14 of 21 face-offs, scored a goal, and assisted on two more, and junior goalie Lucas Seelinger made 10 saves. Senior LSM Dominick Giglio, junior attackman Jack Meyer, and junior midfielder Will Madden each scored once.
The game was scoreless after the first quarter but Wall scored four times in the second quarter to take a 4-0 halftime lead. The lead grew to 8-0 before Southern broke up the shutout.
Sophomore Liam Griffin scored two goals and one assist to lead Southern. Junior midfielder Anthony Arch had a goal and an assist while junior attackman Konnor Forlai and senior attackman Hayden Lucas each scored once.
Wall will play No. 3 Manasquan at 6 p.m. on Thursday at Long Branch High School. Wall won the regular-season meeting between the Class B South rivals, 7-6.
3-Manasquan 11, 6-Holmdel 8
Senior attackman Maatt Porazzo scored four goals and set up two more and junior goalie Nick Bounassi made 14 saves as the Warriors (13-3) outlasted the Hornets (13-4) to return to the SCT semifinals.
The teams each scored twice in the first and fourth quarters but it was Manasquan's work in the second and third quarters that provided the difference. Tied 2-2 after the first quarter, Manasquan opened a 5-3 halftime lead and led 9-6 heading to the fourth quarter.
Sophomore attackman Brandon Kunz registered two goals and three assists and senior midfielder Blake Gorski tallied two goals and two assists. Sophomore attackman Ryan Aldi scored twice, senior midfielder James Farinacci had a goal and an assist, and junior midfielder Brody Muly sent out two assists.
Junior midfielder Will Gilfillan scored four goals, senior goalie Andrew Arredondo made 15 saves, and sophomore FOGO Jack Powers won 17 of 23 at the face-off X to spearhead an impressive effort by Holmdel. Freshman attackman Finn Buchan scored twice, senior attackman Kyle Kapcsos had a goal and two assists, and junior midfielder Gary Collyer scored once.
Manasquan will play No. 2 Wall in the SCT semifinals at 6 p.m. on Thursday at Long Branch High School. Wall won the regular-season meeting, 7-6.
4-CBA 16, 5-Red Bank 1
Senior attackman Nick Blalock had a huge game with three goals and a career-high nine assists for a career-high 12 points as the Colts (10-5) sprinted past the Bucs (13-3) and into the SCT semifinals.
The game was tied 1-1 after the first quarter before CBA scored eight times in the second quarter to build an insurmountable halftime lead. The Colts added six more goals in the third quarter and another in the fourth.
Sophomore attackman Carter McGuire sank four goals and added one assist while sophomore midfielder Davis Campbell and junior attackman Ryan Martin had two goals and one assist each. Senior midfielder/attackman Ian Macrae had a goal and an assist. Scoring once were senior attackman Brendan Donnelly, junior midfielder Cameron D'Alterio, sophomore LSM Quinn Kelly, and junior attackman Roman Decenzo.
CBA will play No. 1 Rumson-Fair Haven at 4 p.m. on Thursday at Long Branch High School.
Howell 14, Jackson Memorial 13
Senior attackman Jack Marich scored a career-high six goals and added one assist and senior attackman Nate Lorenzo totaled five goals and two assists to power the Rebels (8-6) to a one-goal victory over the Jaguars (9-4).
Junior midfielder Jon Peal Pepe added a goal and two assists, junior midfielder Ian McDow had three assists, and sophomore midfielder Vin Meehan had a goal and an assist. Freshman midfielder Alexzander Mooneyhan scored once and senior goalie Brendan Breschard made 10 saves.
Senior attackman Justin Perillo had two goals and four assists and junior midfielder Elias Craig scored four goals to lead Jackson. Junior attackman Drew Barocas tallied three goals and one assist, freshman attackman Emanuel Jastrzebski had two goals and two assists, sophomore midfielder/attackman Brenden Albiter scored twice, and senior midfielder Charlie Gumina sent out four assists. Junior midfielder Zach O'Connell won 16 of 22 face-offs and junior goalie Russell Cender made eight saves.
St. John Vianney 8, Colts Neck 7
Junior William Keegan delivered two goals and three assists and junior goalie Jack Lupo made 19 saves as the Lancers (8-9) opened an early lead and held on for a victory over the Cougars (4-12).
St. John Vianney led 4-0 after the first quarter and 6-3 at halftime.
Senior Ian Butler scored three goals, sophomore Matt Doherty had two goals and one assist, sophomore Blake Hawthorn scored once, and freshman Max Menkowitz won 12 of 19 face-offs and assisted on a goal.
Jackson Liberty 10, Freehold Township 9 (OT)
Senior Reese Stewart totaled four goals and one assist and sank the game-winning goal off an assist from junior attackman Paul Capozzi as the Loins (7-8) won a thriller over the Patriots (7-7).
Capozzi finished with three goals and four assists to eclipse 200 career points. Senior goalie Evan Canning made a career-high 24 saves, senior James Capucci had a goal and two assists, and freshman Jeffery White scored twice.
Senior midfielder Aidan Harrington scored four goals and added one assist for Freehold Township. Senior midfielder Jaden Bulkley had two goals and two assists, junior midfielder Nick Carnevale tallied a goal and two assists, sophomore midfielder Ryan Rowolt had a goal and an assist, and sophomore Brenden Carfagno scored once. Sophomore goalie Junior Alvarado made 10 saves.
Central 6, Absegami 5
Senior midfielder Jahaziel Garcia scored four goals and sophomore goalie Brady Etzkorn made 15 saves as the Eagles (4-9) edged the Braves (1-12) for their fourth win of the season.
Central's four wins are the most in a season for the third-year varsity program.
Senior midfielder Patrick McNamee had a goal and two assists and freshman attackman Jake Agugliaro scored once.
Scotch Plains-Fanwood 18, Manalapan 6
Junior attackman Anthony Macchio scored two goals and two assists to lead the Braves (8-6) in their loss to the defending Group 3 champion Raiders (8-8).
Scotch Plains lead 5-0 after the first quarter and stretched the advantage to 9-2 at halftime.
Junior midfielder/attackman Joe Luri scored twice and senior midfielder Luke Mann and sophomore midfielder/attackman Jason Rinaldi each scored once. Freshman goalie Connor Doel (8 saves) and junior goalie Antonio Santana (3 saves) shared time in goal.
Aidan Fairweather had six goals and three assists and Timmy Paprocki scored four goals and three assists to lead Scotch Plains.
Cinnaminson 5, Middletown North 4