Shore Conference (NJ) Boys Lacrosse Opening Day Scoreboard for Monday, April 19
Monday, April 19
Class A South
Brick Memorial 15, Toms River East 3
Senior midfielder Darren Romaine scored three goals and dished out four assists and senior midfielder Filipe Correia sank four goals with two assists as the Mustangs opened the season with a blowout win over the Raiders.
Chris Marks added two goals and three assists, Daniel Aulisi scored two goals and one assist, Henry Lindquist had a goal and an assist and defenseman Luke Vojtko scored once. Rob Beshears and Nick Barroquiero each scored their first varsity goals and PJ Mazzo made seven saves to earn his first varsity win. Luke Ray won 13 of 21 face-offs and collected seven ground balls.
Ocean 14, Jackson Liberty 2
Senior attackman Hunter Lowe scored three goals and added two assists and senior midfielders Rusty Todd and Josh Thurman also had hat tricks to lead the Spartans past the Lions.
Senior attackman Hyatt Lowe and junior attackman Michael Terry each scored twice, freshman midfielder Ben Girard tallied his first varsity goal and senior defenseman Dan Mayo also scored once. Senior goalie Garrett Schwab made 11 saves and senior Bryan Daly won 12 of 20 face-offs.
Jayvon Vilus scored both of Jackson Liberty's goals and Evan Canning made seven saves.
Howell 18, Toms River South 0
Sophomore attackman Nate Lorenzo exploded for five goals and three assists and junior midfielder Doug MacKenzie tallied three goals and three assists as the Rebels bombarded the Indians to open the season.
Senior attackman James Fay also scored three goals and added two assists and junior midfielder Tyler Burns had three goals, as well. Chris Calafiore and Dax Kukan had a goal and an assist each and Vin Burns and Michael Acavedo-Feldman each scored once. Colin Fay made five saves and Glenn Giordano won 11 of 14 face-offs.
St. Rose 16, Neptune 0
Senior attackman Brendan Dwyer and senior midfielder Logan LeMoult each recorded four goals and two assists to lead the Purple Roses past the Scarlet Fliers. Senior goalie Max MacEachern made nine saves to earn the shutout victory as St. Rose won in its first game under new head coach Jeff Rosenberg.
Jackson Memorial 12, St. John Vianney 3
Freshman attackman Drew Barocas scored five goals with one assist and junior midfielder Charlie Harrison scored four goals with one assist to power the Jaguars to a victory over the Lancers.
Senior midfielder Drew Walenty added two goals and two assists, senior attackman Aiden Rose had a goal and an assist and senior attackman Justin Perillo dished out three assists. Senior goalie Chad Szatkowski made eight saves.
Barnegat 6, Marlboro 2
Tyler Quinn totaled two goals and two assists and Brian Corliss made 12 saves as the Bengals' defense clamped down to defeat the Mustangs.
Jerry Weir also scored twice and Kurt Bonin and James Corliss each tallied a goal and an assist.
Finnian Leahy and Zachary Egan scored for Marlboro and Bryden Delaney made six saves.
Middletown South 10, Red Bank 7
Senior attackman Jason Allen and junior midfielder Luke Rohrmann each registered three goals and one assist to lead the Eagles past the Bucs in their first game under new head coach Sal Guastella.
Aidan Kane added a goal and an assist and Ryan Poulsen, Colin Gallagher and defenseman Tyler Colacichi each scored once.
Harry Spencer led Red Bank with three goals and two assists. Ryan McGee scored twice with one assist, Andrew Pape had a goal and an assist and Ryder Villani scored once. Gavin Lisko made nine saves for the Bucs.
Manalapan 16, Central 1
Freshman midfielder Grant Carle scored the first goal in program history and senior Mike DeMayo took over from there with five goals and three assists as the Braves defeated the Golden Eagles for their first win in school history.
Both programs were playing their first varsity game.
Carle finished with a goal and an assist, 13 ground balls and was a perfect 14-for-14 on face-offs. Matt Sadler had a hat trick and one assist and Anthony Macchio had two goals and three assists. Adam Vender added a pair of goals, Dylan Friedman had a goal and an assist and Ben Perle scored once. Marc Stefanelli chipped in with three assists. Antonio Santana, Alex Kaplan and Nick Panza all saw time in goal and made two saves each.
Jahaziel Garcia scored the first goal in program history for Central.
Brick 12, Point Boro 4
Senior midfielder James Rea scored five goals with two assists and senior attackman Christian Schlaefer scored five goals with one assist to lead the Dragons past the Panthers on Opening Day. Timmy Anthony won 15 of 20 face-offs.
Rumson-Fair Haven 9, Chatham 4
Senior midfielder Patrick Jamin scored four goals and added two assists, junior attackman Christian Bockelmann delivered three goals and two assists and senior goalie Ryan Croddick made 11 saves as the Bulldogs took down the state-ranked Cougars for a significant season-opening victory.
Chatham was ranked No. 15 in New Jersey in the NJ.com Preseason Top 20.
Thomas French and Matthew Bockelmann scored one goal apiece and Luke Devilin chipped in with two assists. Tommy Swain won 8 of 12 face-offs.
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