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Saturday, Oct. 30

Shore Conference Coaches' Cup Final

Toms River South 3, Southern 2 (OT)

Senior Danny Lindov scored the game-tying goal with 22 seconds left and the Indians won it on an own goal in the 92nd minute to capture the championship of the first ever Shore Conference Coaches' Cup.

Senior A.J. Truszkowski slid the ball up to Lindov, who pushed the ball into the right side of the 18-yard box and slipped a shot off the far left post and across the line for the equalizer in the final minute.

Early in the second overtime period, junior Devon Costa made a run up the right side and cross the ball into a crowd in front of the goal. It hit the leg of a Southern defender and re-directed into the goal to end the game and send the Toms River South sideline into a celebration.

The own goal capped a comeback by Toms River South after the Indians trailed, 2-0, at halftime. Junior Eddie Candia scored the first Toms River South goal off a feed from sophomore Kenny Caruso in the 64th minute.

Before Lindov scored in the final minute of the second half, it was Southern senior Kerem Satar who scored in the final minute of the first half to stretch the Rams' lead to 2-0. In the 12th minute, senior Aidan Antonio opened the scoring for Southern.


Thursday, Oct. 28


Southern 5, Colts Neck 4 (OT)

Senior Mario Addiego scored the golden goal off a pass from Landon Beirne and the Rams won a wild game over the Cougars to reach the championship game of the first ever Coaches’ Cup Tournament.

Southern jumped out to a 3-0 lead and took a 4-2 lead into the final five minutes, with Kerem Satar and Jefferson Rubi Cruz each scoring two goals.

David Tuschmann scored the tying goal with nine seconds left in regulation by heading in a cross sent in by Niko Cappellini. The goal was the second of the game for Tuschmann, the fifth in three games since returning from injury and made him second on the program’s all-time scoring list with 102 points.

Junior Jairo Chira scored in the 75th minute to cut the Southern lead to 4-2.

Matawan 2, Red Bank Catholic 2

Chris Muladarelis and John Contini each scored a goal in the second half and the Huskies pulled out the draw at home vs. the Caseys.

Nico Gonzalez and Thomas Dreschler scored the two Red Bank Catholic goals.

Donovan Catholic 2, Brick 1

Seniors Duccio DiMaggio and Preston Kyriakoulis each scored a goal and the Griffins responded to an early goal from Brick’s Mateusz Torba to beat the Green Dragons.

Freehold Boro 2, Monmouth 2

Vishal Rajmathan scored the tying goal with 16 seconds left in regulation for Freehold Boro and the Colonials salvaged a draw with the Falcons.

Tharnthong Phua scored the other Freehold Boro goal while Ethan Wallace and Hakim Phillips each scored one for Monmouth.



Ocean 2, West Windsor-Plainsboro South 0

Senior Aidan Tisony scored a goal for his 100th career point and the Spartans blanked the Pirates. Senior Brian Miranda scored the other Ocean goal.

Lakewood 1, Orange 1

Cesar Herrera scored the Lakewood goal and the Piners battled for a draw against the Tornados.


Wednesday, Oct. 27

Class B Central

St. Rose 2, Ranney 1

Senior Luke Hamill scored the winning goal in the 72nd minute and the Purple Roses came back to beat the Panthers and capture the outright Class B Central championship.

Hamill also assisted a goal by Luke Nieves that tied the game in the 64th.

Senior Tommy Boyan scored in the first 10 minutes to stake Ranney to the game’s first lead, which the Panthers took into halftime.



Point Boro 2, Brick Memorial 1

Jared Elliot buried a corner kick directly into the far-left corner of the goal with a left-footed swing in the final minute and the Panthers pulled out a thriller over the Mustangs.

Elliot also assisted the equalizer by Brett Leschinski in the 33rd minute, which came after Ryan Smith gave Brick Memorial a 1-0 lead with a goal in the 15th.

Toms River East 4, Manasquan 2

Senior Noah Raimonde put up a hat trick and Kajus Matazinskas added a goal and two assists to help carry the Raiders to a win over the Warriors.

Toms River South 4, Jackson Memorial 1

Senior Danny Lindov went off for a hat trick and also assisted a goal by Chris Higham to carry the Indians to a win over the Jaguars, earning them a spot in the first ever Coaches’ Cup Final. Toms River South will host Southern in the championship game on Saturday at 11 a.m.



Holmdel 1, Old Bridge 0

Sophomore David Weiner scored the lone goal and the Hornets shut down the Knights for a win heading into the NJSIAA Tournament.


Tuesday, Oct. 26


Howell 4, Ocean 3 (OT)

Senior Chris Osorio-Rodriguez capped a hat trick with a golden goal in the 16th minute of overtime to lead the Rebels to an exciting win over the Spartans.

Senior Aidan Tisony carried the scoring load for Ocean with all three Spartans goals – all of which came before halftime and put Ocean ahead, 3-0.

Osorio-Rodriguez also scored the equalizer in the 65th minute.


Monday, Oct. 25

Class A South

Southern 2, Toms River South 1


Class B Central

St. Rose 6, Henry Hudson 0

Kyle Corrgan recorded a hat trick and Colin Westhoven posted a goal and three assists to spark the Purple Roses to a win over the Admirals.



Lacey 2, Point Beach 0

Junior Ethan Riley and sophomore Jason Velez each scored a goal and the Lions blanked the Garnet Gulls.

Shore 2, Pinelands 1

Junior Nick DiNapoli and freshman Lukas Villa each scored a goal and the Blue Devils held off the Wildcats.

Jackson Liberty 1, Manalapan 1

Jackson Memorial 3, Red Bank Catholic 1

Senior Steven Bado posted a hat trick to carry the Jaguars to a win over the Caseys.




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