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Monday, May 3

Class A North

Colts Neck 14, Freehold Township 6


Class B South

No. 4 Wall 16, Barnegat 7

Senior midfielder Logan Peters tallied three goals and six assists and sophomore attackman John McCurry totaled three goals and two assists to power the Crimson Knights (5-1, 1-1) past the Bengals (4-1, 1-1).

Matt Dollive, Daniel Burns and Will Madden each contributed two goals and one assist while Connor Moore scored twice. Kyle Wenzel won 11 of 16 face-offs, Ryan Brice scored once and Adam Jackson (10 saves) and Aiden Kessler (4 saves) split time in goal.

Wall led 11-1 at halftime.

John Porcelli scored three times to lead Barnegat. Tyler Quinn had two goals and two assists, James Corliss had two goals and one assist, Andrew Vernieri won 14 of 27 face-offs and Lucas Holland made 20 saves.



No. 5 Southern 11, Holmdel 4

Senior midfielder Luke Bruther and junior midfielder Ryan Sininsky both scored three goals and added one assist while junior goalie Tyler Sininsky made eight saves to back up a strong defensive performance as the Rams (5-1) earned a quality win over a solid Hornets (1-1) squad.

Junior midfielder Jake Washco had two goals and one assist, junior midfielder Zach Washco scored twice and sophomore attackman Joey DeYoung scored once.

Senior midfielder Ryan Bradley had a goal and an assist, Kyle Kapcsos, Joseph Hammer and Will Gilfillan each scored one goal and Andrew Arredondo made 13 saves for Holmdel.


No. 7 Jackson Memorial 9, No. 9 Red Bank Catholic 5

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Junior attackman Matt DeRosa scored three goals with two assists, senior midfielder Drew Walenty tallied three goals and one assist and senior goalie Chad Szatkowski made 13 saves as the Jaguars (6-0) rallied from an early deficit to surge past the Caseys (2-3) in a top-10 showdown.

Jackson trailed 3-1 at the end of the first quarter but outscored RBC 3-0 in the second quarter to take the lead for good. Szatkowski backed up a Jaguars' defense that allowed just two goals over the final 36 minutes.

Charlie Harrison won 8 of 13 face-offs and scored a goal, Aiden Rose and Drew Barocas also scored once and Justin Perillo dished out three assists.

Sophomore midfielder Torin Harmon scored three times to lead RBC. Nick Cosimano had a goal and an assist, Jack Frisina scored once and Jack Bilancion made eight saves.


No. 8 Howell 16, St. John Vianney 2

Junior midfielder Doug MacKenzie sank five goals and assisted on two others and sophomore attackman Jack Marich notched a hat trick to lead the Rebels (4-3) past the Lancers (2-5) for their third straight win.

Nate Lorenzo (2g, 1a), Chris Calafiore (2g), Tyler Burns (1g, 2a) and Vincent Burns (4a) also had multi-point games while James Fay scored once and Kyle Critchley and Nick Raeihle both recorded their first varsity goal. Colin Fay made four saves in goal to earn the win and Christian Schrader made one save.

Mason Shenk and Alex Osher scored goals for St. John Vianney.


St. Rose 12, Red Bank 11

Senior attackman Brendan Dwyer scored the go-ahead goal with 42 seconds left in regulation to complete a scintillating comeback as the Purple Roses rallied from an 8-2 first-half deficit to stun the Bucs and remain undefeated.

St. Rose opened a 2-0 lead early before the host Bucs (2-4) ripped off eight straight goals to go up 8-2. Red Bank took a 9-5 lead into halftime. St. Rose (6-0) closed the gap to 10-8 entering the fourth quarter before Andrew Pape gave Red Bank an 11-8 lead with 9:32 left in the game.

St. Rose tied the game with 1:02 left and then went ahead for good on Dwyer's goal in the final minute.

Junior midfielder Colin Westhoven had a monster game for St. Rose with a game-high seven goals plus one assist. Dwyer and senior midfielder Logan Lemoult each scored twice, sophomore defenseman James Magrini had a goal and an assist and senior goalie Max MacEachern made 18 saves, including a huge stop in the final 15 seconds.

Senior Ryan McGee led Red Bank with five goals and two assists. Ryder Villani had two goals and two assists, Henry Spencer scored twice and added an assist and Pape notched a goal and an assist. Gavin Lisko made nine saves.


Lacey 12, Toms River East 1

Senior midfielder Chase Granit scored five times and senior attackman Mike Long sank four goals and assisted on another as the Lions (3-2) ran past the Raiders (0-4).

Jake Kavnacki added a goal and two assists and Steven Sarner and Dimiele Gaetano each tallied a goal and an assist. Mike Wolizer made nine saves in goal.

Nicholas Taafe scored Toms River East's lone goal and Jayson Paino made 16 saves.


Point Boro 10, Toms River South 1

Junior midfielder Aiden Kirk continued to lead the way for the Panthers (3-2) by scoring six goals and adding two assists in a victory over the Indians (0-5).

Brian Ostrander scored twice, Matt Koehler added a goal and two assists and Nick Campell scored once. Matthew Azzarano made 12 saves to make a strong game by defensemen  Patrick Frawley, Gavin O'Connor and Michael Meccia stand up.

Drew Gisinger scored Toms River South's goal. Aidan Vicidomini won 11 of 15 face-offs and Jacob Hull made 16 saves.


Brick Memorial 7,  Middletown North 1

Senior midfielder Darren Romaine scored twice and dished out four assists to eclipse the 100-point mark for his career and lead the Mustangs (6-1) to a win over the Lions (1-5).

Filipe Correia scored three goals with one assist and Henry Lindquist scored twice. Luke Ray won 9 of 11 face-offs and picked up eight ground balls. PJ Mazzeo made three saves in goal.


Neptune at Long Branch, 3:45 p.m. - canceled



No. 2 Manasquan 15, Moorestown 1

Senior attackman Owen McCusker struck for a career-high five goals and senior attackman Casey Mulligan scored four goals with one assist as the Warriors (4-1) routed the Quakers (0-7).

Mike Farinacci added two goals and two assists, Matt Porazzo had a goal and two assists, Hayden Grecsek had a goal and an assist, and Blake Gorski and Niland Diluchio both scored twice. Junior FOGO Max Pauwels continued his excellent season at face-off X by winning 18 of 19 draws. Carter Groezinger (4 safes) and Cam Pena (4 saves) combined in goal.



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