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Monday, April 26

Class A North

Manalapan 8, Freehold Township 5

Freshman attackman Anthony Macchio sank three goals and freshman midfielder Grant Carle scored twice, picked up 11 ground balls and won 14 of 17 face-offs to power the Braves (2-1, 1-0) past the rival Patriots (1-1) in the first home game in program history.

Mike DeMayo and Frankie D'Amore each notched a goal and two assists and Marc Stefanelli tallied a goal and an assist. Alex Kaplan made 10 saves.

David DellaBella scored twice to lead Freehold Township. Nick Carnevale had a goal and an assist, Jaden Buckley and Doug Kemple each scored once, John Vitale had two assists and Tim Spagnolia made 10 saves.

 

Class B North

No. 9 Red Bank Catholic 11, Ocean 10

Sophomore midfielder Torin Harmon scored four goals and two assists and Jack Bilancione made 18 saves to lead the Caseys (1-1, 1-0) to a tight win over the Spartans (1-3, 0-1).

RBC led 11-6 heading into the fourth quarter and held off a rally by Ocean.

Anthony Muniz had two goals and two assists, Ryan Brown scored twice and Sam Fertal had a goal and two assists.

Senior goalie Garrett Schwab made 22 saves for Ocean to eclipse the 400 save mark for his career. He entered with 388 saves and recorded save No. 400 by stopping a fast break in the second quarter.

Josh Thurman had four goals and one assist and Hyatt Lowe had three goals and one assist to lead the Spartans' offense. Hunter Lowe scored twice and Brent Schaflin scored once.

 

Nondivisional

No. 4 Wall 10, No. 6 Howell 4

Senior attackman Logan Peters scored four goals and two assists and sophomore attackman John McCurry tallied four goals and one assist as the Crimson Knights (3-0) scored the final six goals of the game to pull away from the Rebels (1-3).

The game tied 4-4 heading to the fourth quarter before senior face-off specialist Kyle Wenzel took over the game and allowed Wall to dominate the time of possession. Ryan Brice added a goal and three assists and Patrick Donohue scored once. Matt Dollive picked up a game-high nine ground balls. Aiden Kessler made five saves.

Nate Lorenzo and Tyler Burns each had a goal and an assist to lead Howell. Doug MacKenzie and Jack Marich each scored once.

 

No. 10 Shore 17, Toms River East 1

Carson Cooke delivered four goals and two assists and Jamie Mazzacco tallied two goals and three assists as the Blue Devils (1-1) ran past the Raiders (0-3).

Corey Moeller and Sam Madalone each contributed two goals and two assists, Ben Levy and Nick Soyer had two goals each, Carson Spallone had a goal and two assists and Sean O'Brien and Andrew Decker each scored once. Ryan Turner had two assists. O'Brien also went 16 for 17 on face-offs. Hunter Walker made eight saves in goal.

Collin Meakem scored the lone goal for Toms River East.

 

Colts Neck 13, Brick Memorial 12 (OT)

Chris DeFilippo netted the game-winning goal in overtime to give the Cougars a dramatic victory over the Mustangs.

Darren Romaine (2 goals, 6 assists) and Filipe Correia (4 goals, 3 assists) led Brick Memorial.

 

Red Bank 16, Marlboro 2

Senior attackman Ryan McGee sank six goals and added two assists and sophomore midfielder Henry Spencer had three goals, two assists, 10 ground balls and went 9-for-12 on face-offs to power the Bucs (2-1) to a win over the Mustangs (0-3).

Andrew Pape also had a big game with four goals and three assists while Ryde Villani had two goals and three assists. Matt Lynch added a goal and an assist, LSM Gordon Ogden had two assists and Gavin Lisko made three saves.

 

Brick 16, Lacey 6

Billy Burdge, James Rea and Justin Kurc all had big games to lead the Dragons (2-1) to a double-digit goals victory over the Lions (1-2).

Burdge led all scorers with five goals and eight assists while Rea had three goals and three assists and Kurc scored four goals with one assist. Justin Schlaefer scored twice, Christian Schlaefer had a goal and two assists and Andrew Hynes contributed a goal and an assist. Vinny Gallo picked up 14 ground balls and had an assist and Jacob Brisbin made five saves.

 

Nonconference

No. 1 Manasquan 15, Monroe 5

 

No. 2 Rumson-Fair Haven 11, St. Augustine 7

The Bulldogs continued their incredible start to the season by knocking off the state No. 7 Hermits. Sophomore attackman Cole Cashion scored a game-high four goals, senior midfielder Patrick Jamin tallied two goals and two assists and senior goalie Ryan Croddick made 10 saves to lead the way.

Rumson has now defeated No. 15 Chatham, No. 10 Bergen Catholic and No. 7 St. Augustine in the first seven days of the season. The Bulldogs started the season unranked in the NJ.com Top 20 but have since risen to No. 9.

Dan Garvey added two goals and one assist, Luke Devilin had a goal and an assist and Beau Kemler and Christian Bockelmann each scored once.

 

St. John Vianney 17, St. Thomas Aquinas 3

Sophomore Ian Butler erupted for a career-high seven goals and Nick Corso tallied four goals and two assists to lead the Lancers (1-3)  past the Trojans.

Mason Shenk added two goals and two assists and also picked up nine ground balls. Alec Osher and Kush Mutah scored twice and Charlie Sima won 15 of 23 face-offs and dished out two assists.

 

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