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Wednesday, April 28

Class A North

No. 3 CBA, 19, Long Branch 0

Freshman attackman Ryan Martin scored four times and senior attackman Dan Martin tallied three goals and one assist to lead the Colts (4-1, 1-0) past the Green Wave (0-2, 0-1).

Tyler Buchenberger added two goals and two assists, James Proodian had two goals and one assist and Peter Rawlings also scored twice, Ty Feiler registered a goal and three assists, Christian Doran had a goal and an assist and Jared Lucich, Ryan Howard, John Gray and Ryan Caufield each scored once.

Scott Tavener made 12 saves for Long Branch.

 

No. 7 Howell 17, Manalapan 4

Sophomore attackman Nate Lorenzo scored five goals and two assists and junior midfielder Doug MacKenzie sank four goals to power the Rebels (2-3. 1-0) to a victory over the Braves (2-2, 1-1).

Jack Marich contributed two goals and one assist, Chris Calfiore scored twice and Vincent Burns had a goal and two assists. James Fay, Dax Kukan and Micael Acevedo-Feldman each scored once and Tyler Burns dished out two assists. Colin Fay made seven saves.

Mike DeMayo scored twice, Grant Carle had a goal and an assist and Richie Williams scored once to lead Manalapan.

 

Class A South

Brick Memorial 14, Toms River South 3

Senior attackman Filipe Correia sank five goals with two assists, junior Rob Beshears scored three goals and senior midfielder Darren Romaine tallied two goals and four assists to send the Mustangs (4-1, 2-0) past the Indians (0-3, 0-2).

Jake Gallo, Henry Lindquist, K.C. Trautweiler and Dylan Rinyak each scored once while Luke Ray won 14 of 17 face-offs and picked up 10 ground balls. PJ Mazzeo made four saves.

Drew Gisinger, Billy Rutledge and Joseph Genovese each scored once and Jacob Hull made 20 saves for Toms River South.

 

Nondivisional

No. 10 Shore 19, Middletown North 1

Junior midfielder Jamie Mazzacco scored five goals and added two assists while senior FOGO Sean O'Brien won 22 of 24 face-offs and picked up 19 ground balls as the Blue Devils (3-1) stormed past the Lions (1-3).

Carson Spallone also had a big game with four goals, as did Sam Madalone, who sank three goals and added two assists. Corey Moeller tallied a goal and four assists and Carson Cooke had two goals and two assists. Aidan Murphy also scored twice and Mike McGhee scored once. Ryan Turner had three assists. Walker Hunter made seven saves.

Colin Devine scored the lone goal for Middletown North.

 

Nonconference

No. 1 Rumson-Fair Haven 17, Moorestown 1

The Bulldogs (5-0) remained red-hot with a blowout win over the Quakers (0-5). Rumson opened a 9-0 halftime lead and didn't allow a goal until the fourth quarter.

Junior attackman Christian Bockelmann scored four goals and added two assists, junior midfielder Patrick Jamin delivered two goals and three assists and senior attackman Luke Devlin notched a hat trick along with one assist. Philip Passalaqua contributed two goals and one assist, Thomas French and Connor Spagnuola each scored twice, Zach Iwan had a goal and an assist and Matthew Bockelmann scored once.

Ryan Croddick made seven saves and Tommy Swain won 14 of 17 face-offs and also had two assists.

 

 

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Keep reading to see if your favorite beach town made the cut.