Shore Conference Boys Soccer Saturday Scoreboard, 9/18/21
Class A South
Brick Memorial 3, Jackson Memorial 1
Senior Zander Pitts scored the first of three straight Brick Memorial goals that wiped out an early 1-0 deficit and carried the Mustangs (1-1-1, 1-1-1) to a win over the Jaguars (0-3-1).
Senior Pat Schlagenhaft scored the go-ahead goal and junior Billy Caruso knocked in an insurance score to round out the scoring.
Point Boro 3, St. Rose 2
Senior Charlies Latendorf scored the game-winning goal in the 52nd minute and assisted Point Boro's first goal as the Panthers (5-0) erased an early 2-0 deficit to beat the Purple Roses (2-3) and extend their season-opening winning streak to five.
Junior Jared Elliott cut St. Rose's lead in half with a goal in the 31st minute off a pass from Latendorf. Six minutes later, senior Aidan Huhn headed in a pass from Elliott to tie the game at 2-2.
Latendorf then won it with the lone second-half goal, which came off a pass from junior Alex Baginski.
St. Rose jumped on top thanks to two goals by senior Colin Westhoven, who scored off a Diego Nieves pass in the fifth minute and finished without an assist in the 21st.
Lacey 2, Central 2
Central junior Ryan Dicillo scored the game-tying goal off a pass from senior Mason Leszczynski in the 76th minute and the Golden Eagles (3-1-2) salvaged a draw with the Lions (3-0-1) in their inter-divisional rivalry match.
Junior Ethan Riley opened the scoring for Lacey in the 18th minute off a feed from Matteo Pasualichio before junior John Truhan drew Central even with a goal in the 45th.
Riley then assisted another go-ahead goal by Lacey, this one by junior Logan Gross in the 63rd minute.
No. 3 Wall 2, Southern 1 (OT)
Senior Matt Murphy scored the golden goal off a pass from senior Dan Hyde with 34 seconds left in the first overtime period and the Crimson Knights (4-1) bounced back from their first loss in 26 matches by surviving and overtime battle with the Rams (1-2-1).
Senior Dan Burns gave Wall a 1-0 lead with a goal in the second minute off a pass from senior Matt Armenti, but Southern eventually came back with the equalizer in the 61st, with sophomore Matt Hoosack finishing off a pass from junior Mathieu Leonard.
No. 6 Long Branch 5, Barnegat 1
Chris Lopez scored two goals and Eduardo Ribiero added a goal and two assists to lead the Green Wave (4-2) to a win over the Bengals (1-5).
Kayk Moreira and Carlos Dos Santos each added a goal for Long Branch. Lucas Holland scored the lone goal for Barnegat, which opened the second-half scoring and cut the Long Branch lead to 3-1.
Red Bank 2, No. 10 Rumson-Fair Haven 2
Junior Alec Pentikis scored two goals in the first half for Rumson (2-0-2) but the Bucs (2-2-1) fought back with two second-half goals to earn a draw in the Ridge Road rivalry - their second time earning points vs. a ranked team this week after taking down Wall on Wednesday.
Carlos Guerra scored off a pass from Roberto Santamaria to cut the Rumson lead in half and James Castell scored the equalizer on a 20-yard shot.
Shore 4, St. John Vianney 3
Senior J.C. Gutierrez scored two goals and assisted two others - including the game-winner by senior Charlie Creighton on a 25-yard strike - as the Blue Devils (3-1-1) outlasted the Lancers (1-4).
Senior Will LaBruno scored the other Shore goal and junior Nick DiNapoli added an assist in the win.
Senior Johnny Trioano scored two goals for St. John Vianney, one on a penalty kick and the other off a pass from junior Luke Molloy. Troiano also assisted freshman Anthony Morano's first career goal.