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SHORE SPORTS NETWORK BOYS LACROSSE ALL-SHORE SELECTIONS

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SECOND TEAM  

Attack – Dan Martin, Sr., Christian Brothers Academy

A physical attackman with a powerful shot, Martin was the Colts’ leading scorer with 40 goals and 26 assists for 66 points. He was a First Team Class A North selection by the coaches and also selected as CBA’s team MVP. A Villanova signee, Martin concluded his career with 109 goals and 52 assists for 161 points. His play helped CBA go 15-5, win the Class A North division title, reach the Shore Conference Tournament semifinals and the Non-Public A quarterfinals, and finish the season ranked No. 4 in the SSN Top 10 and No. 16 in New Jersey.

 

Attack – Cole Cashion, So., Rumson-Fair Haven

Another of Rumson’s standout sophomores, Cashion added yet another talented scorer to Rumson’s offense during his debut season. He sank 35 goals and added 19 assists for an offense that averaged 14.3 goals per game. His play helped Rumson go 20-1, win the Class B North division title, capture its seventh Shore Conference Tournament title, win the NJSIAA South Group 2 sectional title, and finish the season ranked No. 1 in the SSN Top 10 and No. 5 in New Jersey.

 

Attack – Ryan Sininsky, Jr., Southern

A position change from midfield to attack early in the season unlocked a breakout season for Sininsky. The NJIT commit tripled his scoring output from his freshman season by scoring 64 goals and adding 22 assists for 86 points, leading the way for a Southern team that went 16-5, won its seventh straight Class A South division title, reached the Shore Conference Tournament quarterfinals and then captured the NJSIAA South Group 4 state sectional title. He was second in the Shore in goals and fifth in points, and also one of just four Shore Conference players to score 60 or more goals. He sank six goals each in wins over Brick, Red Bank Catholic and Colts Neck and had 12 games scoring three or more goals. He will enter his senior season with 85 goals and 37 assists for 122 points.

 

Attack – Carson Cooke, Jr., Shore

Cooke had a balanced offensive season with 36 goals and 34 assists for a Blue Devils team that averaged 11.9 goals per game. His play helped Shore go 13-5, reach the Shore Conference Tournament quarterfinals and advance to the NJSIAA South Group 1 semifinals.

 

Midfield – Tyler Burns, Jr., Howell

A versatile middie for the Rebels, Burns scored 27 goals and added 18 assists for 45 points, and also picked up 34 ground balls, for a Howell team that went 12-6 and reached the quarterfinals in both the Shore Conference Tournament and the NJSIAA South Group 4 sectional playoffs. He tallied a career-high six points in a win over Middletown North and scored a career-high four goals in a state tournament win over Cherry Hill East.

 

Midfield – Jamie Mazzacco, Jr., Shore

Mazzacco backed up a very good freshman season two years ago with a superb junior season in which he led the Blue Devils with 48 goals and 26 assists for 74 points. He also picked up 58 ground balls to lead Shore’s regular field players. He surged in the second half of the season with 36 goals in the final 11 games of the season. Mazzacco’s contributions helped Shore go 13-5, reach the Shore Conference Tournament quarterfinals and advance to the NJSIAA South Group 1 semifinals.

 

Midfield – Ryan Bradley, Sr., Holmdel

Bradley’s versatility made him a difference-maker for the Hornets. He scored 36 goals, distributed a team-high 23 assists and totaled 59 points. He also picked up 74 ground balls and won 56 percent of face-offs to help Holmdel go 8-7 and qualify for both the Shore Conference Tournament and the NJSIAA South Group 2 state playoffs. He will continue his career at St. Joseph’s University.

 

Midfield – Philip Passalaqua, Jr., Rumson-Fair Haven

Passalaqua was a valuable first-line midfielder for the top-ranked Bulldogs and provided secondary scoring with 11 goals and 11 assists. He helped Rumson go 20-1, win the Class B North division title, capture its seventh Shore Conference Tournament title, win the NJSIAA South Group 2 sectional title, and finish the season ranked No. 1 in the SSN Top 10 and No. 5 in New Jersey.

 

LSM – Theo Deberghes, Sr., Howell

Deberghes was Howell’s standout defender whose versatility resulted in him securing a team-leading 87 ground balls and 34 takeaways. He also contributed a goal and two assists. He helped Howell go 12-6 and reach the quarterfinals of both the Shore Conference Tournament and the NJSIAA South Group 4 state sectional playoffs.

 

Defense – Ryan Bilello, Jr., Manasquan

Bilello was a force in the back end for a Warriors’ defense that allowed just 4.4 goals per game. The Colgate recruit posted 34 caused turnovers and corralled 52 ground balls as Manasquan delivered another successful season by going 17-4, winning the Class B South division title, reaching the Shore Conference Tournament championship game for the fifth straight season, and winning their third consecutive NJSIAA South Group 1 state sectional title. Manasquan concluded the season ranked No. 2 in the SSN Top 10 and No. 12 in New Jersey.

 

Defense – Nate Committee, Jr., Southern

A physical defender, Committee was Southern’s top defenseman and helped the Rams go 16-5, win its seventh straight Class A South division title, reach the Shore Conference Tournament quarterfinals and capture the NJSIAA South Group 4 state sectional title. He led the way defensively for a Rams team that allowed just 5.04 goals per game and was tremendous during its run to the Group 4 final as Southern allowed just 4.2 goals per game in five NJSIAA Tournament contests. Committee is verbally committed to Bellarmine University.

 

Defense – Aidan Quinn, Sr., Christian Brothers Academy

Quinn was the top defenseman for a Colts defense that allowed 4.95 goals per game. He added two goals and one assist. Quinn’s play in the defensive end helped CBA to a 15-5 record, the Class A North division title, an appearance in the Shore Conference Tournament semifinals and the Non-Public A quarterfinals. The Colts finished the season ranked No. 4 in the SSN Top 10 and No. 16 in New Jersey. Quinn will continue his career at Marist College.

 

Defense – Tyler Colacichi, Sr., Middletown South

The top defenseman for an Eagles team that finished ranked No. 9 in the Shore, Colacichi picked up 33 ground balls and also added five goals and two assists. He was a Third Team All-Shore selection as a sophomore. His play helped Middletown South go 11-4, qualify for the Shore Conference Tournament and win the first NJSIAA Tournament game in program history.

 

Face-offs – Jared Lucich, Sr., Christian Brothers Academy

A Babson College signee, Lucich was once again one of the top face-off specialists in the Shore. He finished fourth in face-off winning percentage at 70 percent and had a pair of notable efforts against Manasquan’s Max Pauwels where he won over 50 percent of the draws. His consistency at the face-off X helped CBA go 15-5, win the Class A North division title, reach the Shore Conference Tournament semifinals and the Non-Public A quarterfinals, and finish the season ranked No. 4 in the SSN Top 10 and No. 16 in New Jersey.

 

Face-offs – Max Pauwels, Jr., Manasquan

Pauwels was the Shore Conference leader in face-off winning percentage with a gaudy 80 percent win rate. The Quinnipiac commit won 296 of 371 draws on the season and won at least 50 percent of the face-offs in 17 of 21 games. His play helped Manasquan go 17-4, win the Class B South division title, reach the Shore Conference Tournament championship game for the fifth straight season, win its third straight NJSIAA South Group 1 state sectional title, and finish the season ranked No. 2 in the SSN Top 10 and No. 12 in New Jersey.

 

Goalie – Tyler Sininsky, Jr., Southern

Sininsky was already one of the Shore’s top goalies this season before a fantastic performance throughout the state tournament cemented his All-Shore status. In five games in the NJSIAA Tournament, Sininsky made 53 saves, an average of 10.6 per game, to led Southern to the South Group 4 state sectional title. The Rams’ defense allowed just 4.2 goals per game during the state tournament. For the season, the NJIT commit made 172 saves and was second in the Shore Conference with a 65% save percentage. He was a huge reason why Southern went 16-5, won its seventh straight Class A South division title, reached the Shore Conference Tournament quarterfinals and captured its third sectional title in program history.

 

Goalie – Carter Groezinger, Jr., Manasquan

In his first season as Manasquan’s starting goalie, Groezinger posted a 61 percent save percentage and made 111 saves for a team that yielded just 4.4 goals per game. His play in goal helped Manasquan go 17-4, win the Class B South division title, reach the Shore Conference Tournament championship game for the fifth straight season, win its third straight NJSIAA South Group 1 state sectional title, and finish the season ranked No. 2 in the SSN Top 10 and No. 12 in New Jersey.

 

 

THIRD TEAM 

Attack – John McCurry, So., Wall

McCurry showcased tremendous scoring ability in his first high school season with 62 goals and 18 assists, finishing as one of four players in the Shore Conference with 60 or more goals. The addition of him to an already-talented Wall roster helped the Crimson Knights go 16-4, reach the Shore Conference Tournament semifinals, advance to the NJSIAA South Group 2 sectional final, finish No. 3 in the SSN Top 10, and finish the season ranked No. 14 in New Jersey.

 

Attack – Matt DeRosa, Jr., Jackson Memorial

DeRosa turned in an exceptional year for the Jaguars to finish in the top 15 in the Shore in scoring. He scored 30 goals and added a team-leading 41 assists for 71 points, which helped the Jaguars go 10-7, qualify for the Shore Conference Tournament and reach the quarterfinals of the NJSIAA South Group 3 playoffs. DeRosa was also a First Team Class A South selection by the coaches.

 

Attack – Ryan McGee, Sr., Red Bank

McGee closed out a great career with his second 50-goal season to lead the Bucs to one of the most successful seasons in program history. The senior scored 57 goals and added 27 assists to finish sixth in the Shore Conference with 84 points. He helped lead Red Bank to a 10-7 record, the No. 8 ranking in the SSN Top 10, a victory in the Shore Conference Tournament and a win in the NJSIAA Tournament. McGee was also a First Team Class B North selection by the coaches. He concluded his career with 127 goals, 53 assist, 180 points and 86 ground balls.

 

Attack – William Duddy, Sr., Donovan Catholic

A First Team Class B South selection by the coaches, Duddy scored 50 goals and added 17 assists for 67 points. He finished his career with 83 goals and 39 assists for 122 points, plus 94 ground balls. Duddy will continue his career at Chestnut Hill College.

 

Attack – Mike DeMayo, Sr., Manalapan

A Drew University signee, DeMayo was the Braves’ leader during the program’s inaugural varsity season. He posted 40 goals and 25 assists for 65 points and also picked up 75 ground balls. Manalapan went 7-8 and qualified for both the Shore Conference Tournament and the NJSIAA South Group 4 playoffs.

 

Attack – Brendan Dwyer, Sr., St. Rose

St. Rose had arguably its best season in program history and Dwyer was a major reason why with 45 goals and 24 assists for 69 points. He helped steer the Purple Roses to a 14-6 record and victories in the Shore Conference Tournament and the NJSIAA Non-Public B state playoffs.

 

Midfield – Doug MacKenzie, Jr., Howell

MacKenzie led Howell with 35 goals and added 11 assists for 46 points. He also picked up 27 ground balls and had 20 takeaways. His play helped Howell go 12-6 and reach the quarterfinals of both the Shore Conference Tournament and the NJSIAA South Group 4 state sectional playoffs.

 

Midfield – Mike Farinacci, Sr., Manasquan

Farinacci scored 26 goals and added 10 assists for a Warriors team that averaged 13.8 goals per game. He scored a season-high three goals in a state tournament win over Glen Ridge and posted 11 multi-point games. His play helped Manasquan go 17-4, win the Class B South division title, reach the Shore Conference Tournament championship game for the fifth straight season, win its third straight NJSIAA South Group 1 state sectional title, and finish the season ranked No. 2 in the SSN Top 10 and No. 12 in New Jersey.

 

Midfield – Luke Rohrmann, Jr., Middletown South

When standout scorer Jason Allen went down with a season-ending injury early in the year, Rohrmann stepped up to lead the Eagles’ offense. Rohrmann was Middletown South’s leading goal scorer and point producer with 35 goals and eight assists for 43 points, helping the team go 11-4, qualify for the Shore Conference Tournament and win the first NJSIAA Tournament game in program history.

 

Midfield – Drew Walenty, Sr., Jackson Memorial

Walenty led Jackson with 47 goals and added 13 assists for 60 points and also picked up 63 ground balls. He eclipsed the 100-point mark for his career, finishing with 75 goals, 31 assists and 106 pounds. He helped lead the Jaguars to a 10-7 record, a spot in the Shore Conference Tournament and a victory in the NJSIAA South Group 3 state playoffs. He will play collegiately at Florida Institute of Technology.

 

Midfield – James Rea, Sr., Brick

Rea scored 50 goals and added 21 assists for 71 points and also picked up 50 ground balls to help the Dragons go 9-8 and win a game in the NJSIAA South Group 3 state playoffs. He was a First Team Class A South selection by the coaches.

 

Midfield – Sam Madalone, Fr., Shore

Madalone burst onto the scene as a freshman with 35 goals and 25 assists for 60 points, plus 37 ground balls. He tallied a season-high five goals and seven points in a win over Red Bank during the regular season. His offensive contributions helped Shore go 13-5, reach the Shore Conference Tournament quarterfinals and advance to the NJSIAA South Group 1 semifinals.

 

Midfield – Logan LeMoult, Sr., St. Rose

LeMoult had a monster season to help lead St. Rose to one of the best seasons in program history. The senior middie was tied for fifth in the Shore with 58 goals and added 23 assists to finish tied for seventh at 81 points. He also collected 55 ground balls. His efforts helped St. Rose go 14-6 record and earn victories in the Shore Conference Tournament and the NJSIAA Non-Public B state playoffs. 

 

LSM – Dom Giglio, So., Wall

Giglio was a disruptive defensive presence for Wall and collected a team-high 89 ground balls for a defense that allowed 6.4 goals per game. His efforts helped Wall to its best season in program history as the Crimson Knights went 16-4, reached the Shore Conference Tournament semifinals, advanced to the NJSIAA South Group 2 sectional final, finished No. 3 in the SSN Top 10, and finished the season ranked No. 14 in the state

 

Defense – Logan Bianchi, Sr., Ocean

A First Team Class B North selection by the coaches, Bianchi picked up a team-high 77 ground balls and added two goals and four assists. He collected 170 ground balls for his career. He was a leader for an Ocean team that won a game in the Shore Conference Tournament and qualified for the NJSIAA South Group 2 state playoffs.

 

Defense – Cooper Graham, Sr., Christian Brothers Academy

Graham was a defensive stalwart for the Colts and also a ground ball weapon coming off the wing on face-offs. His efforts helped CBA go 15-5, win the Class A North division title, reach the Shore Conference Tournament semifinals and the Non-Public A quarterfinals, and finish the season ranked No. 4 in the SSN Top 10 and No. 16 in New Jersey. Graham will continue his career at Muhlenberg College.

 

Defense – Charlie Sasso, Jr., Wall

The SSN Football Defensive Player of the Year in 2020, Sasso brought the same physicality, intensity and leadership to a Wall lacrosse defense that yielded 6.4 goals per game. His 34 ground balls were the most among Wall’s close defenders. His play helped Wall go 16-4, reach the Shore Conference Tournament semifinals, advance to the NJSIAA South Group 2 sectional final, finish No. 3 in the SSN Top 10, and conclude the season ranked No. 14 in the state for the most successful season in program history.

 

Defense – Ryan Rankin, Sr., Jackson Memorial

A First Team Class A South selection by the coaches, Rankin collected 61 ground balls and also chipped in offensively with three goals and three assists. He helped lead the Jaguars to a 10-7 record, a spot in the Shore Conference Tournament and a victory in the NJSIAA South Group 3 state playoffs.

 

Face-offs – Sean O’Brien, Sr., Shore

O’Brien was second in the Shore Conference with a 74% face-off winning percentage and led the conference with 237 ground balls, which was also third in NJ and 72 more than any other player in the conference. He added seven goals and three assists. O’Brien’s great work at the face-off X helped Shore go 13-5, reach the Shore Conference Tournament quarterfinals and advance to the NJSIAA South Group 1 semifinals.

 

Face-offs – Luke Ray, Sr., Brick Memorial

Ray finished tied for fifth in the Shore in face-off winning percentage by winning 69 percent of draws and was second in the Shore Conference with a program single-season record 165 ground balls. His efforts at the face-off X helped Brick Memorial go 14-5 to set a program single-season wins record and advance to the NJSIAA South Group 3 quarterfinals. He will continue his career at St. Andrews University.

 

Goalie – Walker Hunter, So., Shore

Hunter led the Shore Conference with a 67% save percentage and was third with 193 total saves. His play helped Shore go 13-5, reach the Shore Conference Tournament quarterfinals and advance to the NJSIAA South Group 1 semifinals.

 

Goalie – Gordon Ogden, Sr., Red Bank

Ogden began the season as one of the top LSMs in the Shore, but an injury threatened to derail his season. Instead, Ogden moved from pole to goal and turned in a stellar season to help the Bucs go 10-7, finish No. 8 in the SSN Top 10 and win games in both the Shore Conference Tournament and NJSIAA Tournament. He made 112 saves and was tied for fifth in the Shore with a 63% save percentage. He will continue his career at Jacksonville University.

 

Goalie – Colin Fay, Jr., Howell

Fay was sixth in the Shore Conference with 185 saves and posted a 61% save percentage in his first year as the starter. His presence in goals helped Howell go 12-6 and reach the quarterfinals of both the Shore Conference Tournament and the NJSIAA South Group 4 state sectional playoffs.

 

 

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