Shore Conference NJ Hockey Scores February 16

Tuesday, February 16th

N ° 5 Manasquan 3, N ° 3 Middletown South 3

Junior forward Braden Ryan scored a power-play goal with 12.9 seconds left in the third period to complete Manasquan’s trade to tie Middletown South in a home and away game at Middletown Sports Complex.

Ryan finished with two goals and an assist, James Farinacci scored once and Conall Dougherty made 33 saves for the Warriors (0-2-2, 0-2-2).

Junior forward Nate Block scored two goals and added one assist and junior goaltender Jack Collings made 23 saves for the Eagles (3-3-2, 2-2-2). Senior forward Michael Volpi added a goal and an assist and junior forward Aiden Cavendish contributed to Middletown South’s three goals with three assists.

Manasquan led 1-0 after the first period on Farinacci’s goal, but Middletown South took a 2-1 lead after two periods on a pair of block goals, including a power-play tally at 1:26 from the middle period. Ryan tied the game just 38 seconds into the third period before Volpi gave Middletown South the lead with 4:02 to go.

The teams will play it again on Wednesday night at the Jersey Shore Arena.

# 10 St. Rose at # 2 St. John Vianney, 5:50 p.m. – canceled

Manasquan at Middletown North, 7:15 p.m. – canceled

Senior forward Patrick DeMarinis scored two goals and added an assist to lead the Crimson Knights (4-2, 1-1) past the Braves (5-3, 2-2).

DeMarinis assisted on the game’s opening goal by junior forward Jaxon Hook and later gave Wall a 2-1 lead when he landed a rebound from a Dylan Burne shot. He scored the final victory goal by scoring a rebound from a Brian Fell shot. Leonardo Iacoviello scored Wall’s fourth goal when he followed two shots from Hook and scored on the rebound.

Senior striker Ryan Bechutsky has scored twice for Manalapan to give him 11 goals in Manalapan’s last four games.

No. 8 Toms River North 6, Howell 0

Senior forwards Cole Schneider and Anthony DeFalco and second-year forward DJ Freed each scored twice and first-year goaltender Louis Mancuso made 19 saves to earn his first high school shutout to lead the undefeated Mariners (6-0 , 3-0) in front of the Rebels (2- 5, 1-2).

Schneider and DeFalco each had two goals and one assist, and senior forward Joe Frattaroli had two assists.

Junior goalie AJ ​​Waters made 29 saves for Howell.

No. 2 St. John Vianney 5, Freehold 0

Senior forward Colin Gartz scored twice and senior goaltender Joe Morris recorded a shutout in his first college start as the Lancers (5-1-2) shutout the Colonials (2-2) on senior night. .

Junior forwards Rob Calice and Jack Allen and junior defenseman Alec Osher each scored one goal.

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Catherine J. Martinez