VOTE for the Week 3 Shore Sports Network Shore Conference Boys Lacrosse Player of the Week
Every week this spring, Shore Sports Network will be honoring the top boys lacrosse players in the Shore Conference with a weekly player of the week poll. We will nominate multiple individuals for their accomplishments over the prior week and put it to a vote to determine the SSN Boys Lacrosse Player of the Week.
Scroll down to read through the list of nominees for Week 3 and cast your vote. The poll will run through Friday at midnight and the winner will be revealed on Saturday.
Week 3 (April 18-24) SSN Boys Lacrosse Player of the Week Nominees (listed alphabetically)
Dan Aulisi, Sr., Midfield, Brick Memorial
When Aulisi finds the net, the goals tend to come in bunches. He totaled 11 goals and three assists in two games, scoring six goals and one assist in a win over St. John Vianney, and then posted five goals and two assists, including the go-ahead goal in the final minute of a 12-11 win over Jackson Memorial.
Paul Capozzi, So., Jackson Liberty
Capozzi continued to lead the way for the Lions' offense with eight goals and six assists in three games, including four goals and two assists vs. Jackson Memorial.
Grant Carle, So., Midfield, Manalapan
Carle scored two goals and added one assist in wins over both Freehold Township and Middletown North. He was also nearly flawless at the face-off X, winning 24 of 25 face-offs in two games.
Cole Cashion, Jr., Attack/Midfield, Rumson-Fair Haven
Cashion was electric in Rumson's impressive 12-4 win over Bridgewater-Raritan in a state top-10 showdown with a career-high six goals and two assists. He also scored twice when Rumson suffered a 10-5 loss to New Canaan (CT), which is ranked No.16 in the nation by Inside Lacrosse.
Carson Cooke, Sr., Attack, Shore Regional
Cooke tallied up eight goals and five assists in three games to reach the 100-point mark for his career, doing so with three goals and one assist in an 11-10 win over Holmdel.
Torin Harmon, Jr., Midfield, Red Bank Catholic
Harmon totaled nine goals and three assists in three games, scoring twice in losses to No. 3 and No. 10 Red Bank and sinking five goals and three assists in a win over South Brunswick.
Aidan Harrington, Jr., Midfield, Freehold Township
Harrington scored six goals and added four assists in three games, including three goals and one assist vs. Manalapan.
Charlie Harrison, Sr., Midfield, Jackson Memorial
Harrison tallied five goals and three assists and also won 33 of 47 face-offs for the Jaguars, who suffered a 12-11 loss to Brick Memorial before rebounding with a 14-9 win over Jackson Liberty.
Michael Hoarle, Fr., Midfield, Wall
The Crimson Knights freshman has been on a tear since the second week of the season as one of the Shore's best FOGOs. Wall won three in a row in Week 3 to improve to 10-1 and Hoarle played a major role by winning 55 of 66 face-offs in wins over No.9 Red Bank Catholic, Donovan Catholic, and No. 7 Howell. He went 22-for-22 in the win over RBC.
Steve Kirchner, Jr., Attack, Middletown South
Kircher sank a team-high four goals in a loss to state-ranked Bergen Catholic and then scored three goals with one assist in a victory over St. Joseph (Metuchen).
Aidan Kirk, Sr., Midfield, Point Boro
The Shore Conference's leading scorer continued what is shaping up to be another record-breaking season by netting 16 goals and assisting on five others as the Panthers went 3-0. Kirk has 49 goals and 22 assists for 71 points coming off a junior year when he had 56 goals and 22 assists.
Jack Kolbe, Sr., Attack, Southern
Kolbe scored a game-high five goals along with two assists in a big 9-7 win over No. 5 Shore and also had three goals and one assist in a win over Brick.
Matt Lynch, Sr., Attack, Red Bank
Lynch scored a game-high five goals in a 13-9 win over No. 9 Red Bank Catholic and then scored twice in a loss against Monroe.
Jack Marich, Jr., Attack, Howell
Marich netted eight goals and one assist in three games, led by a four-goal effort in a win over Middletown North.
Sean Perkinson, Jr., Colts Neck
Perkinson led the Cougars' offense in Week 3 with six goals and three assists, delivering two goals and one assist in each game vs. Old Bridge, Marlboro, and Northern Burlington.
Noah Raimonde, Sr., Midfield, Toms River East
Raimonde had two goals and one assist in a win over Lacey and dished out four assists in a victory over Central as the Raiders extended their winning streak to four games.
Aidan Reiser, Sr., Midfield, Barnegat
Raiser scored five goals with three assists in a win over Marlboro and then notched a hat trick to help lead the Bengals to a division win over Lacey.
Michael Terry, Sr., Attack, Ocean
Terry scored six goals and added two assists in three games for the Spartans.
Colin Westhoven, Sr., Midfield, St. Rose
Westhoven had a career day in the Roses' 12-5 win over Lacey with a career-high eight goals and two assists for 10 points. He scored once each in losses to Manasquan and Allentown.