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Saturday, May 1

Class A North

No. 8 Howell 13, Freehold Township 2

Sophomore attackman Nate Lorenzo had the scoring touch with four goals and one assist and senior attackman James Fay sank three goals to lead the Rebels (3-3, 2-0) to a victory over the rival Patriots (1-3, 1-2).

Tyler Burns added two goals and one assist while Vincent Burns, Doug MacKenzie, Jack Marich and Dax Kukan each scored once. Glenn Giordano won 13 of 18 at face-off X and Colin Fay made six saves.

Nick Carnevale and Doug Kimble scored goals for Freehold Township. John Vitale had two assists and Tim Spagnolia made 11 saves.

 

Middletown North 5, Marlboro 4

 

Class A South

No. 5 Southern 19, Central 0

Luke Bruther and Trey Mattern each tallied two goals and two assists as the Rams (4-1, 3-0) overwhelmed the Eagles (0-6, 0-2).

Southern had 13 different goal-scorers. Ryan Sininsky added two goals and one assist, Konnor Forlai and Jake Washco had a goal and two assists each, and Seah Hille, Zach Washco and Joey DeYoung all scored twice. Hayden Lucas contributed a goal and an assist and Jake Cornelius, Tyler Murowski, Anthony Arch and Andrew Mulholland had one goal apiece.

Caden Orvets went 12-for-12 on face-offs and Gabe Danzinger went 10-for-12 on face-offs. Tyler Sininsky and Nick Roesch each made two saves.

 

No. 7 Jackson Memorial 16, Toms River South 3

Multiple Jaguars players had big offensive games to lead Jackson to its fifth straight win to start the season.

Junior attackman Matt DeRosa led all players with 10 points in three goals and seven assists. Freshman attackman Drew Barocas was right behind him with four goals and three assists while senior midfielder Drew Walenty also scored four times. Junior midfielder Charlie Harrison scored three goals, assisted on two others and won 16 of 19 face-offs. Justin Perillo added two goals and one assist.

Senior goalie Chad Szatkowski made seven saves.

 

Class B North

No. 1 Rumson-Fair Haven 17, No. 9 Red Bank Catholic 2

The Bulldogs' dominance continued with a blowout win over the Caseys. Rumson (6-0. 2-0) came out firing from the opening face-off to open a 9-0 lead after the first quarter and a 12-0 lead at halftime.

Junior attackman Christian Bockelmann scored five goals and two assists and junior attackman Dan Garvey scored three goals with one assist to lead the way. Luke Devlin and Cole Cashion each scored twice, Patrick Jamin tallied a goal and three assists, Philip Passalaqua had a goal and two assists, and Connor Spagnuola and Spencer Schultz each scored once.

Tommy Swain controlled the face-off X by winning 11 of 12 draws. Ryan Croddick (3 saves), Marshal Halfacre (2 saves) and William Setteducate (1 save) shared time in goal.

Jackson Lu and Torn Harmon scored goals for RBC (2-1, 1-1) and Jack Bilancione made 16 saves.

 

No. 10 Shore 11, Red Bank 5

Sophomore Ryder Villani led Red Bank with four goals. Nick Weitz scored once and Andrew Pape had two assists.

 

Holmdel 14, St. John Vianney 2

The Hornets opened their season with an emphatic victory over the Lancers (2-4, 0-1) as seven different players found the back of the net.

Junior attackman Kyle Kapcsos scored four goals with one assist and senior attackman Joseph Hammer also tallied five points with two goals and three assists. Senior midfielder Ryan Bradley sank three goals, senior attackman Tom Ilvento totaled two goals and three assists, Alex Baker had a goal and two assists, Jared Battaglia had a goal and an assist and Jaden Gallo scored once. Andrew Arredondo made six saves.

Holmdel led 12-0 at halftime and 14-0 entering the fourth quarter.

Nick Lamb and Ian Butler scored for SJV and Matthew DeFelice made 12 saves.

 

Class B South

No. 2 Manasquan 9, No. 4 Wall 6

Senior attackman Casey Mulligan scored five goals and assisted on another, including a clutch goal in the third quarter, while Manasquan's standout defensemen limited Wall's high-octane offense to come away with a hard-fought victory in an intense rivalry game.

Mulligan's goal with 4:04 left in the third quarter came when forced a turnover by Wall's goalie and scored into the open cage, giving the Warriors a 6-4 lead. Less than a minute later, sophomore attackman Matt Porazzo scored an extra-man goal to extend the lead and send the Warriors (3-1, 1-0)) on their way.

The victory all but officially locks up the division title for Manasquan.

Porazzo scored twice for Manasquan while senior midfielder Mike Farinacci and junior midfielder Robert Pendergist each scored once. Junior goalie Carter Groezinger made five saves to back up a strong game by defensemen Matt Farrell, Ryan Bilello, Dylan LeBlanc and Chris Farinacci. Junior FOGO Max Pauwels controlled face-off X by winning 11 of 16 draws.

Senior attackman Logan Peters, junior Matt Dollive and sophomore attackman John McCurry each scored twice to lead Wall (3-1, 0-1). Aiden Kessler made eight saves in goal.

 

Barnegat 9, Donovan Catholic 6

 

Nonconference

Bergen Catholic 12, No. 3 CBA 7

CBA led 3-2 at halftime and the game was tied 5-5 heading to the fourth quarter before the Crusaders (1-3) erupted for seven goals in the final 12 minutes to pull away from the Colts (4-2).

Michael DeRosa scored three goals, Dan Martin had two goals and one assist and Nick Blalock scored twice for CBA. Noah D'Andrea made six saves.

 

Brick Memorial 17, North Brunswick 0

Senior midfielder Darren Romaine had four goals and four assists and senior attackman Chris Marks scored four goals with three assists to power the Mustangs (5-1) to a victory over the Raiders (2-4).

Filipe Correia added three goals and two assists, Henry Lindquist had two goals and one assist and Dylan Rinyak scored twice. Rob Beshears added a goal and an assist and Jake Gallo scored once and picked up nine ground balls. Luke Ray went 12-for-12 on face-offs and picked up seven ground balls.

P.J. Mazzeo (3 saves) and Josh Youmans (2 saves) combined on the shutout.

 

 

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