Shore Conference (NJ) Boys Lacrosse Scores & Recaps for Wednesday, May 12
Wednesday, May 12
Class A North
No. 3 CBA 17, Colts Neck 4
Senior attackman Ryan Howard scored a career-high five goals and added one assist to power the Colts (10-2, 6-0) past the Cougars (6-3, 3-1).
Nick Blalock added three goals, Sean Tennyson scored twice and Terrance Lacewell had a goal and two assists. Michael DeRosa, Ryan Martin, Jake Buchenberger, Ty Feiler, Brendan Donnelly and PJ Rawlins each scored once. Senior face-off specialist Jared Lucich had another dominant game, winning 19 of 22 draws. Noah D'Andrea made four saves in goal.
Nate Rowohit, Sean Perkinson, .Mike Deissler and Dylan Smith scored once for Colts Neck and Brandon Kayser made six saves.
No. 8 Howell 8, No. 6 Middletown South 7 (OT)
Junior attackman Vincent Burns connected on the game-winning goal off an assist from Tyler Burns as the Rebels (6-4, 4-1) won a thriller over the Eagles (5-1, 1-1) in an important divisional game.
Vincent Burns finished with a game-high three goals while Tyler Burns had a goal and three assists, Doug MacKenzie scored twice with one assist, and Jack Marich and Nate Lorenzo each scored once for Howell. Colin Fay continue his strong play in goal by making 16 saves.
Howell was down a man to start overtime but killed the penalty and then got possession back on a caused turnover by MacKenzie.
Luke Platzke had two goals and one assist to lead Middletown South, which rallied to force overtime by scoring three times in the fourth quarter. Matt Dunphy added a goal and two assists, Aidan Kane had a goal and an assist and Ryan Paulsen, Luke Rohrmann and Tyler Wisniewski each scored once. Nate Block (5 saves, 4 goals allowed) and Jack Collins (8 saves, 4 goals allowed) split time in goal.
Marlboro 10, Long Branch 0
Marlboro scored nine times in the first quarter en route to picking up its first win of the season. Scott Tavener made a whopping 33 saves for Long Branch.
Class A South
No. 5 Southern 9, No. 7 Jackson Memorial 4
Sophomore attackman Joey DeYoung scored a career-high five goals and senior attackman Luke Bruther tallied a goal and three assists as the Rams (8-2, 5-0) used a strong second half to defeat the rival Jaguars (6-2. 1-1).
The victory made it 54 consecutive Class A South wins for Southern dating back to 2012.
Junior midfielders Zach Wascho and Jake Wascho each scored once and junior midfielder Ryan Sininsky had a goal and an assist. Junior defenseman Nate Committee spearheaded a stout defensive effort that held Jackson to only one goal over the final three quarters as Southern scored five unanswered goals to break open a game that was 4-4 at halftime. Junior goalie Tyler Sininsky finished with five saves.
Charlie Harrison, Drew Walenty, Matt DeRosa and Drew Barocas scored goals for Jackson while Chad Szatkowski made 11 saves.
Toms River North 13, Toms River East 9
Sophomore attackman Nick Walano tallied five goals and two assists and sophomore midfielder Luke Barber had five goals, one assist and won 21 of 27 face-offs to lead the Mariners to a win over the rival Raiders.
Senior Tom Ludolph added two goals and two assists and freshman Connor Kromer chipped in with a goal and an assist.
Brick 17, Toms River South 4
Senior midfielder Billy Burdge scored five goals and added two assists and senior midfielder James Rea tallied three goals and four assists to send the Dragons (5-3, 3-0) past the Indians (1-8, 1-4).
Christian Schlaefer notched a hat trick, Andrew Hynes scored twice, Justin Kurc had a goal and two assists and Justin Schlaefer had a goal and an assist. Vinny Gallo scored a goal and picked up 11 ground balls and Riely Bell also scored once. Timmy Anthony won 16 of 24 faceoffs and assisted on a goal. Travis Hickman dished out three assists and Jacob Brisbin made seven saves.
Brady Derome scored twice, Drew Gisinger and Joseph Genovese scored once each and Jacob Hull made 11 saves for Toms River South.
Brick Memorial 19, Central 3
Senior midfielder Darren Romaine led the way with six goals and two assists as the Mustangs (7-3, 3-1) overwhelmed the Golden Eagles (0-10, 0-4).
Filipe Correia added three goals and two assists, Henry Lindquist scored four goals, Chris Marks tallied two goals and three assists and Nick Barroquiero had two goals and one assist. Luke Ray won 16 of 18 faceoffs and picked up 15 ground balls. Matt Cohts scored his first varsity goal and Matt Cataldo also scored once. PJ Mazzeo (three saves) and John Youmans (one save) shared time in goal.
Class B North
No. 1 Rumson-Fair Haven 15, Red Bank 2
Senior attackman Luke Devlin matched his career-high by scoring seven goals and adding two assists to lead the way for the Bulldogs (10-0, 4-0) as they defeated the rival Bucs (4-5, 0-2) to win their 10th straight game to start the season.
Senior midfielder Patrick Jamin added three goals and two assists, senior midfielder Spencer Schultz scored twice and senior Tommy Swain was nearly unbeatable at face-off X with wins in 19 of 21 draws. Phillip Passalaqua and Bennet Raphalian added a goal and an assist each, Dan Garvey scored once and Ryan Croddick made two saves.
Ocean 7, Holmdel 5
Senior attackman Hunter Lowe and senior midfielder Dale Alto each scored twice and senior goalie Garrett Schwab made 18 saves as the Spartans (3-3, 2-1) scored three times in the fourth quarter to rally past the Hornets (4-2, 2-1).
Rusty Todd delivered a goal and three assists and John Aldarelli and Josh Thurman each found the back of the net once for Ocean. It was the first game of the season for Alto, a standout who is committed to Siena College.
Kyle Kapcsos scored three goals and assisted on another to lead Holmdel. Ryan Bradley added a goal and an assist and Joseph Hammer scored once. Andrew Arredondo made six saves.
Red Bank Catholic 24, St. John Vianney 2
Sophomore midfielder Torin Harmon scored four goals and added two assists and junior midfielder Anthony Muniz also scored four goals as the Caseys (3-6, 2-2) walloped the Lancers (3-9, 1-3).
Jack Frisna had three goals and two assists, Sam Fertal had three goals and one assist, Jackson Lu had a hat trick and Stephen Albanese scored twice and won 12 of 15 face-offs.
Class B South
No. 2 Manasquan 18, Lacey 1
Sophomore attackman Matt Porazzo sank four goals with one assist, senior attackman Casey Mulligan delivered two goals and two assists and senior midfielder Mike Farinacci notched a hat trick as the Warriors (5-1. 2-0) cruised to a win over the Lions (4-5, 1-2).
Niland DiLuchio added a pair of goals, Robert Pendergist and James Farinacci had a goal and an assist each and Hayden Grecsek, Blake Gorski, Dan Hyland and Tyler Watts all scored once.
Chase Granit scored the lone goal for Lacey and Mike Walizer made 16 saves.
No. 4 Wall 15, St. Rose 4
Senior attackman Logan Peters scored his 100th career goal to lead the Crimson Knights (9-1, 3-1) to an emphatic victory over the Purple Roses (8-2, 1-2).
Peters scored six goals for the fourth straight game and added two assists to continue his incredible senior season. The Rutgers University commit now had 44 goals and 30 assists for a conference-leading 74 points this season. He is also approaching 200 career points and currently has 102 goals and 81 assists for 183 points.
Connor Moore added two goals and three assists, Matt Dollive had two goals and two assists and John McCurry and Pat Donohue each scored twice. Daniel Burns chipped in with one goal and Kyle Wenzel dominated face-off X by winning 20 of 22 draws.
Logan LeMoult scored twice to lead St. Rose. Colin Westhoven and Sean Lattimer each scored once, Brendan Dwyer had two assists and Max MacEachern made 11 saves.
Barnegat 10, Point Boro 6
James Corliss scored four goals and Tyler Quinn tallied three goals and two assists to lead the Bengals (7-1, 3-1 to a victory over the Panthers (5-4, 1-3).
Aidan Reiser and John Porcelli added a goal and an assist each and Robert Sawicki scored once.
Aidan Kirk led Point Boro with three goals and one assist. Nick Campbell, Matt Koehler and Spencer Knapp each scored once and Anthony Guzman had three assists. Matthew Azzarano made 10 saves.
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