VOTE for the Week 4 Shore Conference Boys Lacrosse Player of the Week
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 4 (May 10-May 15) Boys Lacrosse Player of the Week nominees (listed in alphabetical order)
Ryan Bradley, Sr., Midfield, Holmdel
Bradley scored 12 goals, dished out seven assists, picked up 41 ground balls and won 49 of 63 faceoffs in four games to lead the way for the Hornets.
Vincent Burns, Jr., Attack, Howell
Burns was the hero in No. 5 Howell’s 8-7 overtime win over No. 6 Middletown South with three goals, including the game-winning overtime goal. He then had two goals and one assist in a 12-10 win over Holmdel.
Luke Devlin, Sr., Attack, Rumson-Fair Haven
Devlin’s great season continued with a 13-goal, three-assist week for the top-ranked and undefeated Bulldogs. He had two goals and an assist in a 12-2 win over Ocean City, scored seven times with two assists in a 15-2 win over Red Bank and sank four goals in a 10-3 win over state-ranked Ridge.
Joey DeYoung, So., Attack, Southern
DeYoung scored seven goals in three games, including a career-high five goals when Southern defeated Jackson Memorial, 9-4, to take a major step toward securing its eighth straight Class A South division title.
Ryan Howard, Sr., Attack, CBA
Howard sank three goals with one assist in a 12-4 win for No. 3 CBA over No. 8 Southern and then scored five goals with one assist in a 17-4 win over Colts Neck.
Logan LeMoult, Sr., Midfield, St. Rose
LeMoult scored 13 goals in three games, including the game-winning overtime goal in a 10-9 victory over Jackson Memorial. He scored five goals in a 10-4 win over Point Boro, scored twice in a loss to No. 4 Wall and then had six goals and one assist in the win over Jackson.
Jamie Mazzacco, Jr., Midfield, Shore
Mazzacco had seven goals and six assists in two games for the No. 7 Blue Devils, including leading the way with four goals and three assists in a big 10-5 win over No. 8 Southern.
Ryan McGee, Sr., Attack, Red Bank
McGee had 16 goals and three assists during the week and reached the 100-goal milestone. He scored four goals with two assists in a 14-7 win over Freehold Township and then had seven goals and one assist to hit the 100-goal mark in a win over St. John Vianney. He then scored five times in a 14-11 win over Ocean.
Logan Peters, Sr., Attack, Wall
Peters had 12 goals and five assists in three games, including the 100th goal of his career, to continue his Player-of-the-Year caliber season.
Luke Platzke, Sr., Attack, Middletown South
Platzke scored the game-winning goal in overtime to lift the Eagles to a 9-8 victory over Brick. He totaled seven goals and one assist for the week with two goals and one assist in an 8-7 overtime loss to Howell and had three goals in an 11-9 win over Red Bank Catholic.
Tyler Quinn, Sr., Attack, Barnegat
Quinn totaled 10 goals and four assists in four games, tallying two goals and two assists in a 10-9 win over Brick Memorial, delivering three goals and one assist in a 10-6 win over Point Boro, scoring four times with one assist in a win over Lower Cape May and scoring once vs. No. 2 Manasquan.
James Rea, Sr., Midfield, Brick
Rea continued to lead the way for the Dragons’ offense with 10 goals and seven assists in three games. He had four goals and two assists in an overtime loss to No. 6 Middletown South, tallied three goals and four assists in a win over Toms River South and had three goals and one assist vs. Holmdel.
Darren Romaine, Sr., Midfield, Brick Memorial
Romaine had 14 goals and eight assists in three games to continue his great season. He scored three goals with four assists in a 10-9 loss to No. 9 Barnegat, had six goals and two assists in a win over Central and scored five times, including the game-winning overtime goal, along with two assists in a 15-14 overtime win over Manalapan.
Nick Walano, So., Attack, Toms River North
Walano had five goals and two assists in a 13-9 win over Toms River East and then scored five goals, including the game-winning overtime goal, and added one assist in a 10-9 overtime victory over Freehold Township.
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