NJSIAA Shore Conference Boys Lacrosse Tournament Scores June 1


Tuesday June 1

NJSIAA Tournament

Public tournament, first round

South, Group 4

4-South 14, 13-East 4

Junior midfielder Ryan Sininsky scored four goals with an assist and junior midfielder Jake Washco also scored four times to propel the Rams (13-4) past the Vikings (6-9) and to the quarterfinals of section.

Junior midfielder Zach Washco added two goals and two assists, senior forward Luke Bruther scored two goals and one assist, second-year forward Joey DeYoung had one goal and two assists and the freshman striker Konnor Forlai scored once. Junior goaltender Tyler Sininsky made six saves and first-year goaltender Nick Roesch made one save.

Southern will host Howell in the quarterfinals on Thursday.

5-Howell, 17, 12-Cherry Hill East 5

Junior midfielder Tyler Burns and second-year forward Jack Marich each scored four goals to lead the Rebels (10-5) to a victory over the Cougars in the first round of the state tournament.

Junior forward Vincent Burns had a hat trick while senior forward James Fay scored twice and junior goaltender Colin Fay made 18 saves. Senior defensive midfielder Hunter Lino, second-year forward Nate Lorenzo, junior midfielder Doug MacKenzie and senior forward Kyle Critchley each scored and second-year goaltender Christian Schrader made a save.

Howell will travel south to face Southern in the quarterfinals on Thursday.

3-Monroe 12, 14-Manalapan 1

North, Group 3

9-Middletown South 14, 8-Roxbury 5

Senior Luke Platzke scored four goals and one assist and junior Luke Rorhmann totaled three goals and three assists as the Eagles (11-3) beat the Gaels (6-10) to claim the first victory in a State tournament in the history of the program.

John Beyer scored three goals and an assist and Colin Gallagher also scored three times to propel the Middletown South offense. Matt Dunphy scored once and Aidan Kane distributed five assists. Second-year faceoff specialist Beau Servidio won 11 of 15 face-offs and second-year goaltender Lucas Campos made nine saves.

Middletown South faces the seeded Northern Highlands in the quarter-finals on Thursday.

South, Group 3

7-Jackson Memorial 8, 10-Windsor West-Plainsboro North 7 (OT)

Junior forward Matt DeRosa scored the game-winning goal after three minutes of overtime to give the Jaguars (10-6) a thrilling victory over the Knights (6-8) to continue their season.

West Windsor had tied the game with a goal in the last minute of regulation to force overtime and had possession on Jackson’s side before Jaguars junior defenseman James Casaine picked up a ground ball and led a transition rush, moving the ball towards first-year striker Drew Barocas who then install DeRosa for the game-winning goal.

DeRosa finished with four goals and one assist, a record for the team, while Barocas had two goals and two assists and senior midfielder Drew Walenty had two goals and one assist. Senior goaltender Chad Szatkowski made six saves.

Jackson qualifies to face No.2 Shawnee in the quarterfinals on Thursday.

6-Brick Memorial 12, 11-Windsor West-Plainsboro South 9

Senior forward Chris Marks has scored five times and senior midfielder Darren Romaine netted one goal and two assists to eclipse the 100-point mark and set the program’s record in one-season goals (53) to propel the Mustangs (14-4) to a victory over the Pirates (4-9).

Dan Aulisi added three goals and an assist, Filipe Correia had one goal and two assists, Henry Lindquist and Luke Vojtko each scored once and PJ Mazzeo made five saves. Luke Ray won 12 of 20 face-offs and picked up 10 balls on the ground.

Brick Memorial will face No.3 Moorestown in the quarterfinals on Thursday.

8-Brick 10, 9-Northern Burlington 3

Senior midfielder Andrew Hynes had a hat trick and senior midfielder Billy Burdge had five points on one goal and four assists as the Dragons (9-7) edged the Greyhounds (13-3) to advance in the state tournament.

Senior midfielder James Rea added two goals and an assist and senior forward Christian Schlaefer and junior forward Justin Kurc each scored two goals.

The Brick will head south to face seeded Ocean City in the quarterfinals on Thursday.

5-Colts Neck 21, 12-Cherry Hill West 9

Senior midfielder Matt Scully recorded a career-high seven points with four goals and three assists as the Cougars (10-5) passed the Lions (8-7) to advance to the state tournament .

Peter Davi and Anastagio Muscara each had four goals and two assists while Sean Perkinson added three goals and one assist and Mike Deissler had two goals and one assist. Chris DeFillippo had one goal and two assists and Nate Rowohit and Jake Lupo each scored once.

Colts Neck will travel to face fourth-seeded Clearview in the quarterfinals on Thursday.

2-Shawnee 21, 15-Toms River South 3

3-Moorestown 20, 14-Toms River East 2

South, Group 2

2-Wall 16, 15-Lacey 2

Senior forward Logan Peters scored four goals and assisted on four more to increase his points total at the top of the state and lead the Crimson Knights (14-3) to the quarterfinals.

Peters now has a record 132 points with 67 goals and 56 assists. Second-year forward John McCurry also had a big game scoring five goals and senior FOGO Kyle Wenzel won 11 of 16 face-offs to reach the 400-game mark. Junior midfielder Matt Dollive added one goal and three assists, second Pat Donohue had two goals and one assist and junior goaltender Aiden Kessler made four saves.

Ryan Brice netted a goal and an assist while Jake Davis, Connor Moore and Shea Brennan all scored once.

Wall will host No.7 Robbinsville in the quarterfinals on Thursday.

9-Holmdel 12, 8-Ocean 4

Junior forward Kyle Kapcsos scored five goals and added an assist to reach the 100-point mark and lead the Hornets (8-6) to a resounding victory over the Spartans (7-8). The victory avenged a regular season loss to Ocean and saw Holmdel advance to the quarter-finals where they face seeded Rumson-Fair Haven on Thursday.

Senior midfielder Ryan Bradley also had a remarkable game with three goals and two assists while first-year midfielder Will Gilfillan scored two goals and an assist, senior striker Joe Hammer scored twice and junior midfielder Jaden Gallo had two assists. Second-year goaltender Andrew Arredondo made 10 saves to earn the win in goal.

Dale Alto, Hunter Lowe, Josh Thurman and Austin Canavan scored goals for Ocean while senior goaltender Garrett Schwab made 19 saves. Schwab ended his career with 565 saves, the 39th all-time in state history.

6-Red Bank 16, 11-Gouv. Livingston 4

Sophomore Ryder Villani scored five goals with an assist and sophomore Henry Spencer totaled four goals and two assists as the Bucs (10-6) overtook the Highlanders (8-9 ) to advance through the state tournament.

Senior forward Ryan McGee had three goals and three assists, rookie Andrew Pape had three goals and two assists and senior Gordon Ogden made 10 saves. Nick Walsack added one goal and three assists and Nick Weitz won 14 of 17 in the X showdown.

Red Bank will play No. 3 Somerville in the quarterfinals on Thursday.

South, Group 1

2-Manasquan 18, 15-Point Boro 4

The two-time defending sectional champions Warriors (13-3) convincingly won over their fellow Class B South to advance to the quarter-finals.

Junior midfielder Aidan Kirk led Point Boro with a goal and an assist. Brian Duda, Matt Koehler and Nick Campell each scored once and Matt Azzarano made five saves for the Panthers.

Manasquan will host No.7 Madison in the quarterfinals on Thursday.

5-Rive 15, 12-Delran 2

Junior midfielder Jamie Mazzacco had a day to remember with a career-high six goals and three assists for a career-high nine points to reach the career 100 point milestone and lead the Blue Devils (11-4 ) ahead of the Bears (12-3).

Carson Cooke and Sam Madalone each had two goals and two assists, Nick Soyer scored twice and Walker Hunter made seven saves. Carson Spallone added a goal and two assists, Andrew Decker scored a goal and an assist and Ben Levy scored once.

Shore will travel Thursday to face fourth-seeded Haddonfield in the quarterfinals.

6-Delaware Valley 11, 11-Barnegat 3

Regular season

Non divisional

Center 12, Neptune 9

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