Shore Conference Girls Soccer Thursday Scoreboard, Sept. 28
Shore Conference Tournament
Rumson-Fair Haven 1, No. 13 Trinity Hall 0
Freshman Jordyn Sullivan scored a first-half goal and Rumson kept Trinity Hall off the board the rest of the way to secure a spot in the SCT. Senior Katie Walls picked up her fourth shutout of the season and helps Rumson win their third straight game.
Class A North
No. 1 Freehold Township 4, St. John Vianney 0
The Patriots scored three first-half goals to remain undefeated in Class A North. Junior Gaby Parker scored two goals, giving her five on the week, and added an assist for Freehold Township. Junior Albana Gjonbalaj scored her first career goal and senior Ainsley Moy had two assists in the game.
No. 10 Howell 1, No. 8 Marlboro 0
Senior Jade Vieira scored the game-winner from outside the 18 yard-line in the 27th minute to give Howell the division victory. The Rebels controlled the first half, putting a lot of pressure on Marlboro’s defense. The Mustangs made second-half adjustments and had chances to tie the game, but senior Madison Smith maintained the clean sheet for her second shutout of the season.
No. 11 Middletown South 1, Middletown North 0
Sophomore Kaleigh Kapler scored the game winner in the second half to give Middletown South the win over cross town rivals Middletown North. Senior Allie Greco picked up a third straight shutout for the Eagles.
Class A Central
No. 6 Wall 4, Holmdel 0
Junior Erin Farrell continued her hot streak, scoring two goals for the third straight game for the Knights. Wall scored two goals in each half to remain undefeated in Class A Central. Farrell also had the assist on the game-winner to sophomore Madison Miller in the first half. Junior Erynn Richey had two assists in the game, giving her six on the season.
No. 3 Red Bank Catholic 4, Shore Regional 1
RBC scored three first-half goals to win against division rival Shore Regional. Senior Ashley Inacio scored on a free kick from 35 yards out and assisted on freshman Payton Cox’s goal for the Caseys. Sophomore Ava Philips and junior Tess Beams both added goals for RBC.
Red Bank Regional 6, Raritan 1
Class A South
No. 4 Brick Memorial 2, No. Jackson Memorial 0
Brick Memorial rebounded from its division loss to No. 5 Central Regional earlier in the week to pick up a Class A South victory against rival Jackson Memorial. The Mustangs scored a goal in each half, with junior Maggie Allen scoring the game-winner in the first half. Senior Lexi Caruso scored in the second half off a pass up the middle from senior Gabby Hernandez. Junior Giselle Lizardi picked up her fifth shutout of the season.
Toms River South 1, No. 15 Toms River North 0
Freshman Alexia Cecere scored the game-winner and her first career goal in the second half to lift TRS over crosstown rival TRN. Senior Meaghan Weatherstone earned her fourth shutout of the season for the Indians.
Toms River East 4, Southern 1
Senior Peyton Gallagher scored a pair of goals in each half to lead TRE to a division victory. In the Raiders' two division wins this week, Gallagher has either scored or assisted every goal, scoring four today and assisting on the two goals Tuesday. Junior Brielle Simon scored her first goal of the season for Southern.
No. 5 Central Regional 3, Brick Township 0
Sophomore Nicole Kangas scored the game-winner and her first goal of her career in the second half for the Golden Eagles. Senior Arianna Chidiac scored her seventh goal of the season and Gabriella Hansson added a third goal to keep Central Regional undefeated in Class A South.
Class B North
Colts Neck 8, Neptune 3
Colts Neck had six different goal scorers, including goalkeeper Mia Niokolic's first career goal. Senior Anna Casler and sophomore Charli Pagano each scored two goals for the Cougars and senior Jami Van Orden had three assists. Senior Kaitlyn Hankins scored her second hat trick of the season for Neptune.
Ocean Township 6, Matawan 0
Ocean hosted the 12th Annual Mya Cup game, a game played for Mya Terry, who lost her battle to cancer at 10 years old. It is a game that Ocean always plays with something extra and this year was no different, as the Spartans defeated division opponent Matawan. Freshman Mia Fiorentino scored two goals and assisted on another goal. Junior Olivia DeGirolamo, who set the single-game assist record on Tuesday, added two more assists to her season total. Senior Grace Boudreau earned her second consecutive shutout and fourth of the season.
No. 12 Manasquan 8, Freehold Boro 0
Manasquan had two players score a hat trick to keep them tied for first place in Class B North. Seniors Bianca Chiarella and Kali Saito both scored three goals, Chiarella adding an assist as well. Sophomore Jordyn Hollawell added a goal and had four assists in the game for the Warriors.
Class B Central
No. 14 Point Pleasant Beach 4, St. Rose 0
Point Beach got revenge on last year's overtime loss to rival St. Rose, defeating them 4-0. The Kirchner sisters scored all four goals for the Gulls; freshman Katie scored a hat trick and junior Gabby scored one goal. Junior Mackenzie Highland earned her fifth shutout of the season.
Monmouth Regional 2, Keyport 0
Senior Lauren Spence and junior Melody Martelloni both scored first-half goals to give Monmouth Regional a Class B Central victory. Senior Amanda Growney picked up the shutout for the Falcons.
Class B South
Barnegat 5, Jackson Liberty 4
Freshman Kaia Lorentz scored the game-winner in the second half to lift Barnegat over Jackson Liberty in a back-and-forth game. Lorentz finished with two goals and senior Kassandra Doty scored two for Barnegat. Junior Delaney Spalthoff and freshman Ali Zambor both scored two goals for Jackson Liberty.
No. 16 Lacey 6, Lakewood 0
Lacey had six different goal scorers on the way to its seventh win in a row by shutout. Junior Natalie McGovern scored her 12th goal of the year and Mackenzie Brotherston scored her 14th of the season.
Donovan Catholic 3, Pinelands 2
Senior Grace Oliver scored her first goal of the season and assisted on another goal to help Donovan win its second game in a row. Sophomore Bridget Felser scored her first goal of her career and junior Sloane Stellmach scored her team-high third goal of the season.