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Thursday, Feb. 25

Gordon Cup Quarterfinals

Seton Hall Prep 4, CBA 2

Sophomore forward Leighton Biesiadecki scored the game-tying goal for the Colts midway through the third period but a short-handed goal by Kent Bishop with 6:20 left in regulation sent the Pirates to victory in the opening round of the Gordon Cup.

It is Seton Hall Prep's first win over CBA since 2006 and the first time the Pirates have reached the Gordon Cup semifinals since 2007. CBA was the reigning Gordon Cup champion.

CBA took a 1-0 lead on a goal by sophomore defenseman Patrick Reilly early in the second period but Seton Hall tied the game 1:01 later when Aidan D'Urso flipped an alley-oop pass to Brenden Waivada, who scored on a breakaway. The Pirates took a 2-1 lead just 31 seconds later on a goal by D'Urso.

Biesiadecki's power-play goal pulled the Colts even and they had the chance to take the lead on a power-play shortly thereafter, but Bishop blocked a point shot and skated in on a breakaway where he scored the go-ahead goal. Seton Hall added an empty-net goal with 26 seconds left.


North Division

St. John Vianney at St. Rose, 6:45 p.m. - canceled


Central Division

Southern 5, Jackson Liberty 4

Parker Lech and William DiStefano each registered two goals and one assist and Trey Mattern made 29 saves as the Rams (7-4, 4-1) edged the Lions (2-2, 2-1).

Sean Rowland scored once and Christopher Laureigh had the primary assist on three of Southern's goals.

Josh Faiella had two goals and one assist and James O'Hara made 22 saves for Jackson Liberty/Jackson Memorial/Point Boro. James George and Ayden Georgiano had one goal each and Quinn Daudelin had two assists.


Jackson Liberty at Toms River North, 4 p.m. - canceled


South Division

Ocean 5, Red Bank 2

Junior forward Pat Olenski scored twice and junior goalie Tony Macaluso stopped 12 shots to record his 1,000th career save as the Spartans (4-1-1, 3-1-1) topped the Bucs (3-6-1, 3-2) for their third straight win.

Alex Haar recorded a game-high four points with a goal and three assists, Aiden Mumm added a goal and two assists and Landon Bennett scored once.

Nate Cooper and Gordon Ogden each scored once and Gus Fillipelli made 22 saves for Red Bank.



Westfield 3, Middletown South 1

Nate Block scored the lone goal for the Eagles (5-4-3).



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