Shore Conference Boys Lacrosse Scoreboard for Tuesday, May 9
Tuesday, May 9
No. 4 Manasquan 13, No. 2 CBA 9
Sophomore attackman Brandon Kunz, senior attackman Matt Porazzo, and junior midfielder Brody Muley each scored three times and junior goalie Nick Bounassi had a big game between the pipes with 17 saves as the Warriors (10-3) rallied from an early deficit to defeat the Colts (8-5) in a matchup of the Shore Conference's two oldest lacrosse programs.
CBA jumped out to a 4-1 lead in the first quarter on strikes by senior attackman Brendan Donnelly, junior attackman Ryan Martin, senior midfielder Liam Schwartz, and senior attackman Nick Blalock. Manasquan scored three times in the final 3:05 of the quarter on goals by Porazzo, Kunz, and sophomore attackman Ryan Aldi to knot the score 4-4 after the first 12 minutes. In total, Manasquan scored seven straight goals after senior midfielder James Farinacci, Muly, and senior midfielder Blake Gorski scored to open the second quarter.
Manasquan led 8-4 at halftime and was able to sustain that four-goal cushion the rest of the way. CBA cut it as close as 10-8 early in the fourth quarter but Manasquan drained several minutes of clock and went up 11-8 on a goal by Porazzo with 5:19 left.
Blalock had two goals and two assists, senior midfielder Ian Macrae and sophomore middie Davis Campbell each scored twice, Martin had a goal and an assist, and Donnelly and Schwartz each scored once. Junior goalie Brandon DeSena made eight saves.
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No. 3 Wall 14, No. 5 Southern 6
Junior midfielder Will Madden scored three goals and added one assist, senior attackman John McCurry totaled two goals and five assists, and junior goalie Lucas Seelinger made 16 saves to power the Crimson Knights (11-3) to a thorough victory over the Rams (9-3) in a matchup of top-5 teams.
Junior attackman Jack Meyer had two goals and one assist while senior midfielder Pat Donohue scored twice. Sophomore FOGO Michael Hoarle scored twice, won 15 of 23 face-offs, and picked up 11 ground balls. Junior middie Shea Brennan contributed a goal and an assist, and senior midfielder Connor Moore and freshman midfielder Patrick Freud had one goal each.
Senior attackman Hayden Lucas had three goals and one assist for Southern. Konnor Forlai scored twice, Joey DeYoung scored once, and Nick Roesch (9 saves) and AJ Mattern (5 saves) shared time in goal.
Toms River East 14, Lacey 5
Senior midfielder Luke Barber scored seven goals, assisted on another, won his 400th career face-off, and set the Toms River East single-season goals record to lead the Raiders (8-2) past the Lions (7-8).
Barber's 51 goals this season are the most in program history.
Freshman attackman Nicholas Caruso scored four goals and sophomore midfielder Nate Cummings tallied five assists. Junior midfielder Tyler Godlesky scored his first varsity goal and assisted on another while senior midfielder Joseph Scala and senior attackman Maxson Huttemann also had a goal and an assist each.
Sophomore attackman Corey Smith scored twice, senior midfielder Chris Grassadonio had a goal and an assist, and freshman attackman Ryan Gleason and senior midfielder Zach Brewer had one goal apiece for Lacey. Senior goalie Chad Moore made 15 saves.
Colts Neck 12, Toms River South 11 (OT)
Senior goalie Jack Dodd made a game-saving stop in overtime and senior Sean Perkinson delivered the game-winning goal for his 100th career point as the Cougars (3-10) won a thriller over the Indians (3-10).
Perkinson scored four goals and added one assist and Dodd finished with 17 saves. Tyler Bowden totaled three goals and two assists, Luke Ferraro tallied two goals and two assists, and Jayden Molina scored two goals and one assist. Luke Petino added a goal and an assist and Sam Surdez assisted on two goals.
Nicholas Romaine scored four goals and added one assist to lead Toms River South. Brady Derome and Ben Hartzfeld had two goals and one assist each and Dennis Forbes scored twice. Cal Narvaez had a goal and an assist, and Nicholas Mueller made five saves.
Point Boro 14, Brick 1
Sophomore attackman Brady Kirk posted five goals and five assists to record his second 10-point game of the season and lead the charge for the Panthers (9-3) in their victory over the Dragons (4-11).
Brian Ostrander supplied three goals and two assists and Spencer Knapp also scored three times. Jason Piemonte, Matt Woit, and Robert Trapanese each scored once.
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