Shore Conference Boys Lacrosse Scoreboard for Tuesday, May 3
Tuesday, May 3
*Shore Conference Tournament cutoff
Class A North
No. 6 CBA 9, No. 7 Howell 6
Junior attackman Nick Blalock delivered three goals and one assist and sophomore goalie Brandon DeSena made 10 saves to backstop a strong defensive effort as the Colts (9-6, 8-0) topped the Rebels (11-4, 7-1) to clinch the Class A North division title.
Junior attackman Ian Macrae scored two goals and had one assist and sophomore attackman Ryan Martin had a goal and two assists. Junior attackman Brendan Donnelly had a goal and an assist and senior midfielders Sean Tennyson and Max Avrillon each scored once.
Howell was led by senior goalie Colin Fay, who made 10 saves, and senior face-off specialist Glenn Giordano, who gave the Rebels plenty of possessions by going 12-for-15 at the face-off X. Junior attackman Nate Lorenzo scored a team-high three goals and one assist and senior midfielder Doug MacKenzie scored twice. Senior attackman Vin Burns scored once while Giordano, senior midfielder Tyler Burns, junior attackman Jack Marich. and sophomore midfielder Ian McDow chipped in with one assist each.
Class A South
No. 4 Southern 23, Toms River East 3
Shea Hillie, Ryan Sininsky, Zach Washco, Jack Kolbe, and Joey DeYoung all recorded hat tricks to lead the Rams (10-1, 6-0) to a victory over the Raiders (6-5, 3-3) and extend their Class A South winning streak to 62 games.
DeYoung also had an assist to give him a game-high four points. Hayden Lucas had two goals and one assist, Jake Cornelius had a goal and an assist, and Gavin Schultze, Noah Keenan, Brock Lefkus, Jake Washco, and senior goalie Tyler Sininsky all scored once. Sininsky made eight saves in goal before giving way to Nick Roesch, who finished with six saves.
Luke Barber scored twice, Noah Raimonde scored once, and Lester Cook made six saves for Toms River East.
Brick Memorial 21, Toms River South 11
The Mustangs (10-3, 6-1) rallied from a four-goal first-quarter deficit by scoring 19 goals across the final three quarters to surge past the Indians (5-6, 3-4) and deny Toms River South a chance at qualifying for the Shore Conference Tournament.
Brick Memorial has now won a program-record seven straight games.
No. 8 Red Bank 14, Princeton 13
Junior midfielder Henry Spencer fired in six goals and junior attackman/midfielder Ryder Villani sank four goals as the Bucs (7-5) won a road thriller over the Tigers (7-5).
Trey Lynch added a goal and two assists, Matt Lynch had a goal and an assist, and Matt Kelly and Andrew Pape each scored twice. Junior goalie Gavin Lisko made 14 saves to preserve the one-goal win.
Pingry 13, No. 2 Manasquan 5
Senior midfielder Robert Pendergist and sophomore midfielder Brody Muly each scored twice for the Warriors (10-3) in their loss to the Big Blue (7-3).
Pingry entered the game ranked No. 13 in the NJ.com Top 20 with Manasquan being ranked No. 14.
Junior attackman James Farinacci added a goal and an assist and junior midfielder Blake Gorski had two assists. Senior goalie Carter Groezinger made five saves playing the first half and sophomore Nick Bounassi made four saves.
Pingry was powered by its two outstanding senior midfielders, Duke recruit Luke Engelke and Rutgers recruit Ryan Palmer. Engelke scored five goals, assisted on another, and won 19 of 22 face-offs against Manasquan standout senior Max Pauwels. Palmer also scored five goals with one assist as Pingry opened a 10-4 halftime lead after the teams played a close first quarter that favored the Big Blue, 4-3.
Westfield 9, No. 3 Wall 5
A close game after the first quarter became a comfortable victory for Westfield as the Blue Devils (8-4) used a great defensive performance to push to a win over the Crimson Knights (12-2).
Westfield surged ahead with a four-goal second quarter and limited a dangerous Wall offense to just two goals over the final three quarters.
Westfield entered the game ranked No. 12 in the NJ.com Top 20 and Wall entered ranked No. 15.
Wall, riding a 10-game winning streak before Tuesday, received two goals each from junior midfielder Connor Moore and sophomore midfielder Will Madden. Senior middie Matt Dollive had a goal and an assist and junior attackman John McCurry had two assists. Senior goalie Aidan Kessler made 10 saves.