Shore Conference Boys Soccer Tuesday Scoreboard, October 18

Shore Conference Coaches Cup


Full ownership Boro 3, Red Bank 0

Junior Ammar Danish scored a goal and assisted two more as the Colonials (5-11) continued their late-season push by beating the Bucs (2-12) and advancing to the Shore Coaches’ Cup final against Shore.

Senior Ryan Olchaskey scored his first college goal and senior Kieran McLean added another for Freehold Boro, which has won four of its last five games after starting the season 1-10.

Regular season

Class B plant

Asbury Park 2, Keyport 2

Hermsley Louisius scored twice for Asbury Park and the Blue Bishops (2-7-1, 1-3-1) and Red Raiders (0-7-2, 0-3-2) settled for one game draw in the last official class B Central regular season game.

Brayan Rodriguez and Julian Carranzo scored both Keyport goals.


Catholic Donovan 4, Henry Hudson 3 (OT)

Senior Peyton Calvetto scored the golden goal in overtime for his second tally of the game and the Griffins (4-9) earned a victory over the Admirals (1-7-2) after spitting a 3-0 lead .

Junior Matt Fletcher also scored twice for Donovan Catholic, who took a 3-0 lead in the 23rd minute on Fletcher’s second goal.

Senior Jesse Jacobs kicked off Henry Hudson’s comeback with a 30th-minute goal, then assisted a senior Evan Buzzanco goal that put the Admirals up 3-2 in the 46th minute. Junior Dylan Gonzalez capped the three-game winning streak with a goal in the 56th minute.

Matawan 5, Red Bank Catholic 2

Nico Skeete scored two goals and the Huskies (5-7-1) earned a win over the Caseys (3-11) to end a four-game losing streak. Aaron Kalish, Dan Rabinovich and Will Gardell each added a goal for Matawan.

Micah Eagles and Andrew Torregrossa scored both goals for Red Bank Catholic.

Toms River East 6, Point Beach 0

Senior Kajus Matazinskas had a hat trick and assisted another as the Raiders (6-4-2) mounted three different players with at least three points for a victory over the Garnet Gulls (5-9).

Junior Jackson Markovitch and senior Ryan Kozlej each scored a goal and provided two assists, while junior Sean Peck scored a goal with an assist for Toms River East.

South 1, Freehold Township. 0

Sophomore Nick Prosperi scored the game’s only goal in the 54th minute on a pass from schoolmate Aidan Donnelly and the Rams (8-4) held on for a road win over the Patriots ( 10-5).

Toms River South 2, Lacey 1

Jackson Liberty 2, Brick Memorial 0

Sainte-Rose 0, Central 0

Ranney at St. John Vianney, 4 p.m.

Out of conference

Saint-Benoît 6, Ocean 0

Point Boro 3, Middle Township. 2 (OT)

Sophomore Mason Muolo scored the golden goal on a pass from junior Owen Clearwaters four minutes into extra time and the Panthers (10-2-2) earned a big road win over Middle (14-2) to propel themselves into the race for the No. 1 seed in the NJSIAA Central Jersey Group II.

Clearwaters also scored a decisive goal in the 54th minute from a pass from schoolmate John Witkowski, who scored his own goal to open the scoring in the 15th minute from a pass from elder Alex Baginski.



Manalapan to Holmdel – Canceled

Out of conference

Shore at Bound Brook – Canceled

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