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Monday, May 10

Class A North

Colts Neck 18, Manalapan 6

Senior midfielder Tim Frost scored three goals with two assists and senior attackmen Nate Rowohit, Peter Davi and Anastagio Muscara also scored three goals to power the Cougars (5-2, 2-0) to a divisional victory over the Braves (3-4, 2-3).

Rowohit and Davi also had one assist each. Mike Deissler added two goals, Jake Lupo had a goal and two assists, Sean Perkinson had a goal and an assist and Chris DeFillippo and Thomas Halmi had one goal apiece.

Mike DeMayo led Manalapan with three goals and one assist. Grant Carle won 17 of 23 face-offs and had two assists, Anthony Macchio had a goal and an assist and John Fox and Frankie D'Amore each scored once.

 

Long Branch at No. 8 Howell, 4:15 p.m. - postponed

 

Class B South

St. Rose 10, Point Boro 4

Senior attackman Brendan Dwyer sank five goals with two assists and senior midfielder Logan LeMoult also scored five times to lead the Purple Roses (8-1, 1-1) past the Panthers (5-3, 1-2) to continue their great season.

Senior goalie Max MacEachern made 10 saves to backstop the victory.

Nick Campbell led Point Boro with two goals and one assist. Aidan Kirk and Anthony Guzman each scored once and Matthew Azzarano made nine saves.

 

Nondivisional

No. 3 CBA 12, No. 5 Southern 4

Senior attackman Ryan Howard and sophomore attackman Nick Blalock each tallied three goals and one assist and senior goalie Noah D'Andrea made five saves as the Colts (9-2) earned another ranked win by downing the Rams (7-2).

Michael DeRosa added two goals and two assists, Terrance Lacewell had a goal and two assists and Dan Martin Hank Gittines and Brendan Donnelly each scored once.

Ryan Sininsky, Jake Cornelius, Joey DeYoung and Luke Bruther each scored once and Tyler Sininsky made 12 saves for Southern.

 

No. 4 Wall 17, No. 9 Red Bank Catholic 7

Senior attackman Logan Peters continued his exceptional season by scoring six goals and assisting on two more to steer the Crimson Knights (8-1) to a victory over the Caseys (2-6).

John McCurry and Daniel Burns each tallied three goals and two assists, Matt Dollive and Shea Brennan had a goal and an assist each, and Dom Giglio, Huey Haghighi and Jack Meyer each scored once. Senior FOGO Kyle Wenzel won 16 of 22 face-offs and also assisted don a goal. Aiden Kessler (six saves) and Adam Jackson (three saves) shared time in goal.

Anthony Muniz led RBC with three goals and one assist. Jackson Lu scored twice, Sam Fertal and Ryan Brown each scored once and Torin Harmon had three assists.

 

No. 6 Middletown South 9, Brick 8 (OT)

Senior attackman Luke Platzke scored the game-winning goal with 2:22 left in overtime as the Eagles (5-0) rallied to survive an upset bid by the Dragons (4-3).

Taking advantage of an illegal stick penalty and the resultant two-minute, non-releasable extra-man opportunity, Brick scored twice and pulled ahead, 8-5, with just under nine minutes left in the game. Middletown South was able to regroup, however, and score the final four goals of the game. Senior attackman Ryan Paulsen tied the game and forced overtime by scoring off an assist from Matt Dunphy with 59 seconds left in regulation.

Paulsen finished with a team-high three goals and two assists while Platzke and Luke Rohrmann each scored twice. Dunphy had a goal and an assist, John Beyer scored once and Nate Block made 11 saves.

Senior midfielder James Rea scored four goals and assisted on two others to lead Brick. Christian Schlaefer scored twice, Andrew Hynes and Billy Burdge had a goal and an assist each and Vinny Gallo picked up 11 ground balls. Timmy Anthony won 12 of 19 face-offs and Jacob Brisbin made 10 saves.

 

Barnegat 10, Brick Memorial 9

 

Red Bank 14, Freehold Township 7

Sophomore midfielder Ryder Villani erupted for a career-high six goals and senior attackman Ryan McGee scored four goals with two assists as the Bucs (4-4) evened their record by defeating the Patriots (1-7).

Henry Spencer registered two goals and one assist, Donovan Bradley had a goal and an assist, Nick Weitz scored once and Nick Walsack dished out three assists. Andrew Pape added two assists. Gavin Lisko made seven saves.

John Vitale had three goals and one assist and David DellaBella scored twice for Freehold Township. Nick Carnevale had a goal and two assists, Aidan Harrington scored once and Tim Spagnolia made 14 saves.

 

Donovan Catholic 13, Toms River North 5

Senior attackman William Duddy scored a career-high seven goals and added two assists as the Griffins (3-3) ran past the rival Mariners (1-4).

Duddy previously set a career-high on Friday with six goals in a win over Toms River South.

Daniel Murphy added two goals and two assists and Connor Durante, Jake Bidwell, Thomas Flemming and Peyton Calvetto all scored once. Dermot Murphy made 12 saves in goal to earn the win.

 

Jackson Liberty 9, Central 0

Paul Capozzi scored four goals and Matthew LaBianca made 12 saves as the Lions (2-3) returned to the field and defeated the Golden Eagles (0-9).

Liberty had not played since an April 29 loss to No. 5 Southern.

Jayvon Vilus tallied two goals and two assists and Reese Stewart had a goal and three assists. Christian Santana and Billy Schuller added one goal apiece, Evan Weiskopf had two assists and Connor D'Andrea won 8 of 12 face-offs.

Hunter Bentley made five saves for Central.

 

Holmdel 13, Middletown North 4

Senior midfielder Ryan Bradley had a great all-around game with four goals, three assists and 12 ground balls while also winning 7 of 10 face-offs to power the Hornets (4-1) past the Lions (2-8).

Kyle Kapcsos added three goals and two assists, Joseph Hammer scored three goals and picked up nine ground balls, and Evan Cohen had two goals and one assist. Jared Battaglia chipped in with a goal and an assist and senior defenseman Alex Baker collected nine ground balls. Andrew Arredondo made eight saves.

 

Lacey 10, Toms River South 3

Chase Granit and Mike Long both scored five goals to provide the offense for the Lions (4-4) in their victory over the Indians.

Diego Wolf assisted on three goals and Mike Walizer made eight saves.

Drew Gisinger, Shane Toal and Aidan Vicidomini each scored once and Jacob Hull made 13 saves for Toms River South.

 

Nonconference

No. 1 Rumson-Fair Haven 12, Ocean City 2

Sophomore attackman Cole Cashion tallied three goals and three assists and sophomore midfielder Bennett Raphalian scored three goals with one assist as the top-ranked Bulldogs (9-0) went down to Cape May County and returned home with an impressive win over the Red Raiders (6-3).

Rumson led 6-0 after the first quarter and 8-1 at halftime.

Senior attackman Luke Devlin had two goals and one assist, junior attackman Dan Garvey scored twice, senior midfielder Patrick Jamon and junior attackman Connor Spagnuola each scored once and senior goalie Ryan Croddick made six saves.

 

Old Bridge 17, St. John Vianney 7

Ian Butler scored twice and added one assist and Nick Fabrizzi also scored twice for St. John Vianney (3-8) in its loss to Old Bridge (4-6). Alec Osher and Kush Mutha each had a goal and an assist. Josh O'Leary won 20 of 28 face-offs and scored once.

 

 

 

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