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Shore Conference Tournament

Opening Round

(7) Lacey 5, (26) Henry Hudson 1

Junior Ethan Riley scored 1:10 into the match on the way to a four-goal game as the Lions (13-0-1) rolled through the Admirals (8-6) and into next week's round of 16.

Riley's four goals match a school record held by both current Lacey head coach Steve Torre and Shore Regional head coach Christian Pontier.

Senior Kody Besser scored the other goal, which came just before the half to put Lacey on top, 4-0.

Junior Jude Bowbliss scored the lone Henry Hudson goal, which came in the 76th minute.

(22) St. Rose 2, (11) Toms River East 0

Senior Luke Hamill bent a corner kick directly into the goal in the 51st minute and classmate Kyle Corrigan added an insurance goal in the 61st as the Purple Roses (5-4-1) went on the road for a win over the Raiders (8-5).

St. Rose advances to the SCT round of 16 and will travel to No. 6 Long Branch on Wednesday.

(13) Ocean 3, (20) St. John Vianney 1

Senior Aidan Tisony scored the first two goals and junior Archeley Eugene made it three straight for Ocean in the first half as the Spartans (10-4-1) rode a fast start to a round-one win over the Lancers (6-5-2).

Tisony broke through for a goal 1:38 into the match and later whipped a scissor kick out of the air off a cross from senior Mike Reid to extend the Ocean lead to 2-0 in the 21st minute.

Eugene followed up a rebound on an initial hit by junior Stephen Aliaj to push the Spartans lead to 3-0 in the 32nd.

St. John Vianney cut the deficit to 3-1 when freshman Kyle DiMarco launched a 35-yard kick into the box and it bounced into the far left corner.

Tisony would hit the post twice after his first two goals and classmate Brian Miranda added a pair of crossbars in Ocean's pursuit for a fourth goal. St. John Vianney 20-goal scorer Johnny Troiano had a free kick denied by Ocean goalkeeper Paco Castelo and ripped another one off the crossbar, but did not score a goal on Saturday.

Ocean continues its SCT stay Wednesday with a trip to play No. 4 Manalapan.

(14) Shore 1, (19) Point Boro 0

Junior Nick DiNapoli scored a first-half goal off a feed from sophomore Maxx Eichenbaum and the Blue Devils (9-3-2) ended a streak of four straight overtime matches by beating the Panthers (9-6) in regulation.

With the win, Shore advances to the SCT round of 16 and will travel to No. 3 Toms River North on Wednesday.

(9) Wall 4, (24) Central 1

Senior Terrence Byrnes scored a goal in each half and the Crimson Knights (8-3-2) shook off an early goal by Central to beat the Golden Eagles (6-7-2) and advance to the round of 16 Wednesday at No. 8 Rumson-Fair Haven.

Sophomore David Kroon scored in the third minute to put Central ahead, 1-0, before Byrnes answered within four minutes to tie the game off a pass from senior Kyle Horowitz.

Sophomore Nick Damiano gave Wall the lead with a goal in the fourth minute of the second half off a feed from senior Emmett Aravich and Byrnes extended the lead to 3-1 in the 57th.

Horowitz added one more Wall goal in the 71st off an assist from senior Dan Hyde.

(8) Rumson-Fair Haven 5, (25) Ranney 1

Senior Luke Pentikis returned from a knee injury he suffered on Sept. 25 and went off for a hat trick and an assist as the Bulldogs (8-3-2) rolled past the Panthers (9-3) and into the SCT round of 16 Wednesday against No. 9 Wall.

Pentikis scored in the eighth minute off a pass from Liam Barnette, then assisted a goal by senior Harry Gibson in the 16th minute for a 2-0 Bulldogs lead heading into halftime.

Rumson broke the game open with three goals between the 74th and 76th minutes, with Pentikis scoring the first two of those goals before junior Antonio Santos made it 5-0 off a pass from Barnette.

Jake Sobel got Ranney on the board with a penalty kick in the final minute.

(10) Holmdel 2, (23) Jackson Liberty 0

Senior Brendan Worobel and junior Max Woodward each scored a goal and the Hornets (8-4) blanked the Lions (8-5-2) to advance to the round of 16 Wednesday against unbeaten and seventh-seeded Lacey.

(12) Monmouth 1, (21) Brick Memorial 1 - Monmouth advances on penalties, 4-2

Starting goalkeeper Kevin Terhune saved a penalty kick in the first overtime period, backup goalkeeper Kyle Desai save a penalty kick in the shootout, and senior Aiden Hicks converted the winning kick to help the Falcons (9-4-3) survive a wild finish against the Mustangs (4-4-3).

Brick Memorial scored the tying goal with 13 seconds left in regulation, when junior Brandon Forest elevated over a crowd in the box to head in senior Ryan Smith's corner kick.

In the seventh minute of overtime, Terhune was called for a push inside the 18-yard box, which resulted in a Brick Memorial penalty kick to potentially win the game. Terhune made up for his foul by saving Smith's attempt as well as the follow-up shot. Terhune injured his right shoulder on the ensuing scrum and did not return to the game after leaving the field.

Brick Memorial also had a would-be goal by junior Billy Caruso disallowed due to offsides during the second overtime period. Hicks, meanwhile, hit the right post in the first overtime from a tough angle on the right side for Monmouth's best overtime opportunity.

Monmouth converted all four of its shots during the round of kicks, with Mateo Casalinuovo, Kaan Pehlivan and Anthony Cano all connecting before Hicks. Senior Anden Johnson and Smith each made their tries for Brick Memorial, but the Mustangs had one attempt hit the crossbar and Desai saved the fourth attempt to set up Hicks for the winner.

Pehlivan gave Monmouth a 1-0 lead with a penalty kick in the 27th minute. Monmouth advances to play No. 5 Marlboro in Wednesday's SCT round of 16.

(15) Howell 4, (18) Manasquan 0

Senior Ken Emerick scored in the 28th minute and classmates Chris Osorio-Rodriguez and Kris Maza starred in the second half to help the Rebels pull away for a win over the Warriors.

Osorio-Rodriguez converted a penalty kick in the 47th minute, then assisted a goal by Maza in the 58th. Maza added a second goal three minutes later off a set-up from junior R.J. Eckleman.

Howell advances to play Class A North rival Freehold Township in Wednesday's SCT round of 16. Freehold Township won the regular-season meeting at Howell, 2-1, on a late goal by Aiden Englander and will now get the Rebels in Freehold Township with a chance to advance on the line.



Manchester 6, Point Beach 0

No. 1 CBA 3, Colts Neck 0

Red Bank Catholic 4, Keyport 2



Barnegat 6, Pleasantville 0


Friday, Oct. 15

Shore Conference Tournament

Opening Round

(17) Pinelands 2, (16) Neptune 0 - Story/Video

Senior John Staino scored off a pass from classmate James Cahill in the 22nd minute and senior Tom Reilly added an insurance goal in the 70th to propel the Wildcats (10-3) past the Scarlet Fliers (8-4-1) and into the SCT round of 16 Wednesday at top-seeded CBA.


Regular Season


Lakewood 6, Asbury Park 1

Junior Flavio Garista recorded a hat trick to lead the Piners to a win over the Blue Bishops.


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