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It’s time to get your vote in for who had the top performance to choose the Shore Sports Network Boys Lacrosse of the Week. The winner will be announced on Thursday night right here on ShoreSportsNetwork.com. Voting will end Thursday at noon.

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Week 3 (May 3-May 8) Boys Lacrosse Player of the Week nominees (listed in alphabetical order)

 

Mike Deissler, Sr., Midfield, Colts Neck

Colts Neck had a big week with three wins, including a 10-6 win over No. 7 Jackson Memorial in which Deissler delivered a career-high five goals. He had nine goals and two assists for the week.

 

William Duddy, Sr., Attack, Donovan Catholic

Duddy has turned in a fantastic senior season thus far and kept it up with 10 goals and two assists in just two games last week. He had four goals and two assists in a 13-12 overtime loss to Point Boro and scored six goals in a 13-2 win over Toms River South. He is sitting on 96 career points as of Tuesday.

 

Colin Fay, Jr., Goalie, Howell

Fay and the Rebels went 2-1 last week with the one loss coming to No. 3 CBA. That was Fay’s best game, however, as he made 13 saves against a talented Colts’ offense. He had six saves in a win over Marlboro and made four saves in a win over St. John Vianney.

 

Joseph Hammer, Sr., Attack, Holmdel

Holmdel didn’t start its season until May 1 but has come out of the gate strong with a 4-1 record and its only loss coming to No. 5 Southern. Hammer had seven goals and four assists last week, led by a five-goal, one-assist effort in a 7-4 win over Red Bank Catholic.

 

Patrick Jamin, Sr., Midfield, Rumson-Fair Haven

Two games, two huge showings for Jamin. He had four goals and four assists in a win over Shore and three goals and four assists in a win over St. John Vianney. His 43 points (21 goals, 22 assists) lead the top-ranked Bulldogs.

 

Justin Kurc, Jr., Attack, Brick

Kurc had seven goals and one assist in two games, scoring five times in a win over Toms River East and sinking a pair of goals in a 7-6 loss to St. Rose.

 

Dan Martin, Sr., Attack, CBA

The third-ranked Colts went 4-0 during the week and Martin was front and center with 12 goals and six assists to continue his great season. He has 91 goals as of Tuesday and could hit the century mark this week.

 

Owen McCusker, Sr., Attack, Manasquan

Manasquan’s lone game of the week was a 15-1 win over Moorestown and McCusker led the way with a career-high five goals.

 

Ryan McGee, Sr., Attack, Red Bank

McGee was an offensive force in Week 3 with 10 goals and six assists in just two games. He had five goals and two assists in a 12-11 loss to St. Rose and delivered five goals and four assists in a 15-5 win over Lacey. As of Tuesday, he has 97 career goals.

 

Logan Peters, Sr., Attack, Wall

The Crimson Knights improved to 8-1 with wins over Barnegat, Lacey and Cherokee and Peters was unstoppable with 15 goals and 12 assists. He has a conference-leading 66 points and is four goals away from 100 for his career.

 

Tyler Quinn, Sr., Attack, Barnegat

Quinn had six goals and two assists in two games as the resurgent Bengals continued their best season in nearly a decade. He had two goals and two assists in a loss to No. 4 Wall and scored four times in a huge 8-7 overtime win over St. Rose.

 

Ryan Sininsky, Jr., Midfield, Southern

Another nomination for Sininsky, who had 10 goals and two assists during a week in which Southern went 3-0 to extend its winning streak to seven games (it has since been snapped in a loss to CBA on Monday). Sininsky had six goals in a win over Red Bank Catholic and four goals in a win over Holmdel.

 

 

 

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