Vote for the Week 5 Orthopaedic Institute Boys Lacrosse Player of the Week
The past week of Shore Conference boys lacrosse action featured several great individual performances.
Now it’s time to get your vote in for who had the top performance in the Shore to choose the Orthopaedic Institute of Central Jersey Player of the Week. The winner will be announced on Thursday right here on ShoreSportsNetwork.com. Voting will end Wednesday at 11:59 p.m.
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Player of the Week nominees for 4/30 to 5/6
*Stats based on results reported to Shore Sports Network*
Canyon Birch, Jr., Attack, Manasquan
The state’s leading scorer had 11 goals and nine assists in three games to continue his fantastic year and help the defending-champion Warriors reach the Shore Conference Tournament quarterfinals.
CBA’s entire defense
The Colts were virtually impenetrable this week by recording two shutouts and allowing just three goals in four games to remain undefeated (14-0) and reach the Shore Conference Tournament quarterfinals. CBA has four shutouts this season and a scant 2.6 goals against average.
Mike McIntyre, Sr., Attack, Wall
The Crimson Knights senior attackman poured in seven goals and four assists in two games to reach 200 career goals and help Wall reach the Shore Conference Tournament quarterfinals. He has set career highs in goals (62), assists (30) and points (92) this season.
Ryan McWhorter, Sr., Midfield, Southern
McWhorter sank 10 goals and added seven assists in three games as the Rams picked up wins over Egg Harbor, Brick and Toms River North with the latter coming in the first round of the Shore Conference Tournament. He had a career-high six points against both Brick and Toms River North.
Gavin Toth, Jr., Attack, Mater Dei
Toth had four goals and one assist in the Seraphs' only game of the week, but it was a big won as they defeated Neptune, 11-8, for the first-year program's first victory over a Shore Conference teams.
Jake Turner, Jr., Attack, Shore
Turner had a big week with 11 goals and three assists to reach 100 career points. He scored a game-high four goals to lead the Blue Devils to a 12-8 win over Holmdel in the first round of the Shore Conference Tournament.
Jack Zenkert, So., Attack, Red Bank Catholic
Zenkert posted 15 goals and four assists in three games, including an 11-point explosion against New Egypt where he sank nine goals.