Wall Township Charity Lacrosse Game to Support Daughter of State Trooper Battling Cancer
To support a great cause, head over to the Wall Township Municipal Athletic Fields on Friday night.
A great season for the Wall Township High School boys lacrosse team came to an end a couple of weeks ago, but the Crimson Knights will take the field one final time this season to help raise money for a critical cause. Wall's high school team will square off against the New Jersey State Police lacrosse team in an even that starts at 6 p.m. on Friday, June 10, to help raise money for a child battling cancer.
Tickets will be $5 a person and there will also be a 50/50 drawing, T-shirts for sale, an ice cream truck, a fastest shot contest, and a JV game starting at 6 p.m. Proceeds will go toward the medal expenses for Olivia Martinez, the daughter of State Polic Sgt. Christian Martinez, who was recently diagnosed with cancer and is already undergoing treatment.
The games will take place at the AYF (youth football) fields which are located behind the Wall Township municipal building, which is at the intersection of Allaire Road and Bailey's Corner Road.
Wall's boys lacrosse team had one of the best seasons in program history in going 17-4 and reaching the Shore Conference Tournament championship game for the first time in program history. Senior midfielder Matt Dollive, who will continue his career at Rutgers University, scored 62 goals and added 41 assists for 103 points while junior attackman John McCurry, a Navy commit, totaled 110 points with 59 goals and 51 assists. They were two of several standouts for the Crimson Knights, including junior midfielder Connor Moore, senior defenseman Charlie Sasso, junior defenseman Billy Carr, junior LSM Dominick Giglio, senior midfielder Jake Davis, sophomore attackman Jack Meyer, sophomore midfielders Shea Brennan and Will Madden, senior goalie Aiden Kessler, and freshman face-off specialist Michael Hoarle.