Shore Conference (NJ) Boys Lacrosse Scores & Recaps for Wednesday, May 19
Wednesday, May 19
Class A North
No. 3 CBA 12, No. 6 Middletown South 1
Senior attackman Ryan Howard notched three goals and one assist and sophomore attackman Nick Blalock also scored three times as the Colts (11-3, 7-0) defeated the Eagles (7-2, 1-2) to clinch at least a share of the division title. CBA can win the title outright by defeating Marlboro in its final division game.
Aidan Guinessy, Terrance Lacewell, Brendan Donnelly, Jake Buchenberger, Dan Martin and Ryan Martin each scored once. Senior goalie Noah D'Andrea made five saves playing the first three-plus quarters and freshman Brandon DeSena entered and made six saves in the final five minutes.
John Beyer scored the lone goal for Middletown South and Nate Block made 10 saves.
No. 5 Howell 13, Middletown North 2
Senior attackman James Fay recorded his 100th career point as the Rebels (9-4, 4-`1) downed the Lions (2-11, 1-3).
Fay finished with a game-high four goals while junior midfielder Tyler Burns scored three goals and three assists. Dax Kukan had two goals and one assist, Vincent Burns and Doug MacKenzie had a goal and an assist each and Kyle Critchley scored once. Senior midfielder Connor Zumbo scored his first varsity goal. Colin Fay (4 saves) and Christian Schrader (2 saves) split time in goal.
Colts Neck 17, Marlboro 8
Senior midfielder Matt Scully scored a career-high four goals and senior attackman Anastagio Muscara delivered three goals and three assists to send the Cougars (8-3, 4-1) to a victory over the Mustangs (2-9, 1-5).
Sean Perkinson also scored three goals and Peter Davi had a goal and five assists. Mike Deissler and Chris DeFillippo each scored twice and Aiden Marcelus and Tim Frost each scored once.
Senior attackman Finn Leahy had a hat trick, junior attackman Ben Rothman scored twice, and senior goalie Bryden Delaney made 20 saves to lead Marlboro. Zachary Egan added a goal and an assist and Jonathan Alverzo and Zachary Veneck each scored once.
Freehold Township 14, Long Branch 1
Class A South
No. 8 Southern 17, Brick 4
Junior midfielder Ryan Sininsky scored six goals and sophomore attackman Joey DeYoung scored five goals and added three assists to lead the Rams (10-3, 7-0) past the Dragons (5-6, 3-1) and give Southern its eighth straight division title.
Southern has now won 56 straight Class A South games.
Junior midfielder Zach Wascho had two goals and two assists, junior midfielder Jake Washco tallied two goals and one assist, and senior attackman Luke Bruther and sophomore attackman Jake Cornelius each had a goal and two assists. Junior FOGO Kurt Falk won 14 of 21 faceoffs and also had an assist. Junior goalie Tyler Sininsky made four saves and freshman goalie Nick Roesch made one save.
Brick Memorial 7, Jackson Memorial 6 (OT)
Senior midfielder Darren Romaine sank the game-winning goal in overtime as the Mustangs (10-3, 4-1) came through with a dramatic win over the Jaguars (7-4, 2-2).
Romaine led Brick Memorial once again with three goals and one assist and junior goalie PJ Mazzeo made 13 saves. Dan Aulisi and Henry Lindquist added a goal and an assist each, and defenseman Luke Vojtko scored once and collected eight ground balls.. Luke Ray won 10 of 17 faceoffs and picked up eight ground balls.
Toms River North 13, Toms River South 5
Sophomore attackman Nick Walano scored four goals and also had four assists and sophomore midfielder Luke Barber tallied three goals and four assists to lead the Mariners past the rival Indians under the lights at Gernerd Field.
Senior Tom Ludolph also scored three times while freshman Conner Kromer had two goals and one assist and sophomore Scott McConnell scored once. Sophomore goalie Evan Singer stood tall in goal with 18 saves.
Toms River East 13, Central 3
Senior attackman Collin Meakem totaled four goals and two assists and senior attackman Ryan Cole notched a hat trick to lead the Raiders (1-8, 1-4) past the Golden Eagles (0-12, 0-5) for their first win of the season.
Gabriel Lopez and Zachary Laprise each scored twice, Charlies Zulin had a goal and an assist and Noah Raimonde scored once. Cameron Finegan chipped in with two assists and Lester Cook made four saves.
Case Etzkorn scored twice to lead Central. Jahazial Garcia had one goal and Hunter Bentley (9 saves) and Zakkariah Paradise (4 saves) split time in goal.
Class B North
No. 1 Rumson-Fair Haven 18, Neptune 1
Sophomore attackman Quinn Stankovits scored five goals as the Bulldogs (13-0, 6-0) had 11 different goal scorers in their win over the Scarlet Fliers (0-10, 0-5) that locked up the division title.
Bryce Devlin and Dylan Jordan added two goals each while Justin Worobel, Thomas French, Quinn Lumsden, John Maguire, Ethan Smith, Jack McCarren, Peter O'Connor and Mike Calabrese each scored once. William Setteducate (1 save) and Marshall Halfacre (2 saves) shared time in goal.
No. 7 Shore 12, Holmdel 9
Carson Cooke delivered two goals and five assists and Jamie Mazzacco sank four goals with one assist as the Blue Devils (7-3, 4-1) continued their strong season by defeating the Hornets (5-5, 2-3).
Sam Madalone had three goals and one assist, Cory Moeller had two goals and one assist and Andrew Decker had a goal and an assist. Sean O'Brien won 18 of 25 faceoffs and picked up 20 ground balls and Walker Hunter made 13 saves.
Ryan Bradley had two goals and two assists to lead Holmdel. Jaden Gallo and Will Gilfillan each scored twice and Kyle Kapcsos, Joe Hammer, and Evan Cohen each had a goal and an assist. Andrew Arredondo made 14 saves.
No. 10 Red Bank 11, Red Bank Catholic 5
Senior attackman Ryan McGee scored three goals and one assist and sophomore attackman Ryder Villani also scored three times to lead the Bucs (8-5, 4-2) to a win over the rival Caseys (3-9, 2-3).
Freshman attackman Andrew Pape scored twice, senior midfielder Nick Walsack had a goal and three assists and sophomore midfielder Henry Spencer registered a goal and an assist. Junior attackman Matthew Lynch scored once. Senior Gordon Odgen, a standout LSM, started in goal for the fourth time this season and made 15 saves, and also assisted on two goals.
Anthony Muniz had three goals and one assist and Jack Frisina scored twice to lead RBC. Jack Bilancione made `16 saves.
Ocean 16, St. John Vianney 3
The Spartans (5-5, 3-2) used a balanced scoring attack to defeat the Lancers (3-11, 1-5) and get back to .500 on the season.
Hunter Lowe, Hyatt Lowe, Michael Terry, Dale Alto, and Austin Canavan each scored twice for Ocean while Ben Girard had a goal and two assists and John Aldarelli, Ryan Savage, Logan Bianchi and Josh Thurman had one goal each. Canavan and Terry also had one assist to go with their two goals each. Garrett Schwab and Blaine Grayson each made four saves.
Class B South
No. 4 Wall 19, Donovan Catholic 6
Senior attackman and Rutgers signee Logan Peters had another monster game with six goals and five assists to eclipse the 200-point mark for his career and lead the Crimson Knights (11-2, 4-1) to a victory over the Griffins (3-4, 0-3).
Peters now has 111 goals and 93 assists for his career. He has a career-high 53 goals this season and also has 42 assists, which is three off the 45 assists he had as a sophomore.
Matt Dollive, John McCurry and Ryan Brice each added two goals and one assist and Daniel Burns had a goal and three assists. Connor Moore and Will Madden each scored twice, Patrick Donohue had a goal and two assists and Jake Davis scored once. Kyle Wenzel won 18 of 26 faceoffs.
Donovan Catholic senior attackman William Duddy also hit a career milestone by recording his 100th point. The Chestnut Hill commit had 96 points entering the game.
No. 9 Barnegat 11, Lacey 6
Tyler Quinn scored four times and Jerry Weir scored twice as the Bengals (10-2, 4-2) defeated the Lions (5-7, 1-3) in an Ocean County clash.
Aidan Reiser added a goal and three assists, John Porceli had a goal and an assist and Robert Sawicki, James Corliss and Andrew Vernieri each scored once. Vernieri also went 13-for-19 at the face-off X. Brian Corliss (3 saves) and Lucas Holland (3 saves) split time in goal for Barnegat.
Point Boro 11, Jackson Liberty 5
Junior midfielder Aidan Kirk scored seven goals to become the all-time leading goal scorer in program history and lead the Panthers (7-5, 2-4) past the Lions (2-6, 0-1).
Matt Koehler scored three times and Nick Campbell had a goal and an assist. Matt Azzarano made 13 saves to backstop the victory.
Paul Capozzi had two goals and one assist and Jayvon Vilus scored twice to lead Jackson Liberty. Hunter Fancher had one goal and Matthew LaBianca made 11 saves.
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