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Non-Division

Shore 6, Donovan Catholic 0

Junior Nick DiNapoli and sophomore Maxx Eichenbaum each scored two goals and assisted two others to lead the Blue Devils (4-3-1) to a comfortable win over the Griffins (1-6).

Senior David Barham and freshman Lukas Villa each added their first career goals to round out the Shore scoring. Barham's goal made it 1-0 and Villa scored the fourth of Shore's six first-half goals.

No. 8 Wall 2, No. 7 Toms River East 0

Senior Dan Burns and Matt Murphy each scored a goal and the Crimson Knights (5-1-2) and senior goalkeeper Joe Gisoldi posted their second shutout of the season in a win over the Raiders (4-2).

Burns struck in the 30th minute off a pass from sophomore Nick Damiano, giving Wall a 1-0 lead. The Knights later put the game away in the 76th, when Murphy lined up a pass back from senior Terrence Byrnes and buried a shot from 25 yards out on the left side of the field.

No. 3 Freehold Twp. 3, Colts Neck 2

Senior Josh Hocheiser scored the go-ahead goal and senior Ryan Keegan provided what proved to be the game-winner, as the Patriots (4-1) rallied from a 1-0 halftime deficit and held on to beat the Cougars (3-4).

Senior J.T. Gold scored the game-tying goal early in the second half off the first of two assists from senior Herman Colbert, who also set up Hocheiser's goal that put Freehold Township ahead, 2-1.

Senior Tom Samaras scored both Colts Neck goals, the first of which came off an assist from freshman Kyle Moore to put the Cougars ahead, 1-0. Samaras's second goal cut the deficit to 3-2 in the 64th minute off a pass from junior Ryan Gershon.

No. 5 Holmdel 1, Manasquan 0

Senior Brendan Worobel scored the game-winning goal off a corner kick from sophomore David Weiner in the 70th minute and the Hornets (4-1) fought off the Warriors (3-3-2). After Saturday's winner, Worobel has now scored nine of Holmdel's 10 goals to date in 2021.

Matawan 2, Raritan 1

Andrew Martins-Mahoney scored two goals in the first half and the Huskies (1-3-1) held on to top the Rockets (3-3), who scored on a second-half goal by junior Lupo Ryder.

Middletown South 2, Southern 1

Senior Ryan Jerome and junior Alex Soto each scored a goal to help the Eagles (1-5-1) edge the Rams (1-4-1) on the road.

Neptune 1, Point Boro 0

Junior Ernst Louisius scored the game-winning goal in the 74th minute off a long ball from sophomore Nate Kerr and the Scarlet Fliers (5-3) handed the Panthers (7-1) their first loss of the season after Point Boro won its first seven.

No. 6 Ocean 4, Red Bank 1

Senior Aidan Tisony scored two goals and assisted one more to guide the Spartans (6-1) to a win over the Bucs (2-4-2). Junior Archeley Eugene and sophomore Marc Gleason each added a goal for Ocean.

St. John Vianney 6, Red Bank Catholic 0

Senior Johnny Troiano went off for four goals and the Lancers (2-4-2) hammered the Caseys (2-5) to end a five-game winless stretch following its upset of then-ranked Colts Neck.

Troiano headed in a corner kick by junior Luke Molloy in the 15th minute and made it 3-0 in the 35th off a pass from senior Johnny Moreira. Troiano then scored in the first minute of the second half off a feed from senior Jack Allen and finished off his four-goal performance with a penalty kick in the 48th.

Molloy scored in the 30th off a pass from senior Luca Esposito to extend St. John Vianney's lead to 2-0 and freshman Devlin Ferraro capped the scoring with a penalty kick in the 60th - his first varsity goal.

Monmouth 11, Mater Dei Prep 0

Middletown North 2, No. 4 Rumson-Fair Haven 1

Sophomore Travis Soto scored the game-winning goal and the Lions (3-5) handed the Bulldogs (4-1-2) their first loss of the season.

Senior Dom Soares scored the first Middletown North goal off a pass from senior Chris Jensen to help the Lions get to halftime even at 1-1.

Junior Alec Pentikis scored for Rumson off a pass from fellow junior Antonio Santos.

Pinelands at Brick – PPD, TBA

 

Non-Conference

Elizabeth 3, Long Branch 1

Freshman Evan Santiago scored off a pass from junior Jeremy Hernandez in the second half, but the Minutemen (7-1) were too much for the Green Wave (5-4) in winning their seventh straight.

St. Peter’s Prep at St. Rose – Canceled