Shore Conference (NJ) Lacrosse Scoreboard for Tuesday, April 20
Tuesday, April 20
No. 1 Manasquan 18, No. 6 Red Bank Catholic 1
Sophomore attackman Matt Porazzo erupted for a career-high eight goals and one assist and senior attackman Owen McCusker scored four goals as the top-ranked Warriors overwhelmed the Caseys.
Senior attackman Casey Mulligan added three goals and three assists and Mike Farinacci, Robert Pendergist and Hayden Grecsek had one goal apiece. Junior FOGO Max Pauwels won 18 of 20 face-offs while Carter Groezinger (7 saves) and Cam Perna (6 saves) split time in the cage.
Jack Frisinia scored the lone goal for RBC while Jack Bilancione made 13 saves.
No. 4 Wall 16, No. 5 Southern 6
Senior attackman and Rutgers commit Logan Peters scored four goals and added four assists and senior midfielder Kyle Wenzel won 19 of 25 face-offs to power the Crimson Knights to a win over the Rams in a top-five showdown.
John McCurry tallied four goals and two assists, Army commit Matt Dollive had three goals and three assists, Pat Donohue scored twice, Ryan Brice and Daniel Burns had a goal and an assist each and Wenzel scored once. Aiden Kessler made eight saves.
Wall led 13-3 at halftime.
Ryan Sininsky and Joey DeYoung each scored twice for Southern.
Lacey 12, Toms River North 9
Senior attackman Chase Granit sank five goals and senior attackman Mike Long had a goal and four assists to lead the Lions pat the Mariners.
Toms River North led 5-3 at halftime before Lacey scored six goals in the third quarter to take the lead for good.
Diego Wolf added two goals and one assist, StevenStarner had a goal and an assist and Gavin Sayre, Kake Kownacki and John Dodaro each scored once. Senior goalie Mike Walizer made six saves.
Lawrenceville School 11, No. 3 CBA 6
Senior attackman Dan Martin had two goals and one assist, senior attackman Ged Clark scored twice and senior goalie Noah D'Andrea made 15 saves for the Colts, who fell to the prep powerhouse Big Red. Senior attackman Ryan Howard and junior midfielder Max Avrillon each scored once.
CBA led 3-1 after the first quarter and the game was tied 4-4 at halftime but Lawrenceville outscored the Colts 7-2 in the second half to pull away.
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