Toms River South’s Benji Osei scored the game-winner in the fifth minute of overtime, leading the Indians (3-4, 2-4) over Southern in a Class A South boys soccer game on Saturday.
TR South’s Justin Voelker controlled the ball in the midfield and slipped a through ball to Osei who was able to slide the ball into the lower left corner past the Southern keeper for the game-winner. Senior midfielder Vinny Ignatowicz also scored in the 53rd minute for the Indians.
John Starner scored for the Rams (2-2-3, 1-3-2) in the 53rd minute.
JACKSON MEM. 2, TR EAST 1: Matthew Fryc scored the game-winner leading the Jaguars (5-0) over the Raiders (4-1-1) in a Class A South matchup. Fryc headed the ball to the lower left corner of the goal in the 72nd minute off a long throw from Anthony Mandola.
Madola also nine minutes into the second half for the Jaguars. Zach Dehl scored for the Raiders off a corner kick in the 65th minute.
MIDD. SOUTH 2, MANALAPAN 0: Mike Lino scored in the 14th minute and the Eagles (2-3-1) never looked back, defeating the Warriors (2-3-1) in a CLass A North meeting.
Kevin Monaghan also put one in for the Eagles late in the second half on an assist from Ryan McKinney.
CBA 1, FREEHOLD TWP. 1: Junior Niko Plakoudas scored the first goal for the Colts (1-3-2), but was quickly answered two minutes later on a goal from Patriots (4-1-1) midfielder Vinny Puglia as both teams finished with a draw in a Class A North game.
Senior captain Chris Catizone came up big for the Colts, who were outshot 19-11, finishing with seven saves. Brian Shushkovsky had six saves for the Patriots.
In girls soccer
FREEHOLD 2, SJ VIANNEY 0: Jenna Huskey and Julia Orrico found the net early for Freehold as the Colonials (6-0) held the Lancers (2-3-1) scoreless for the team’s sixth consecutive shutout to start the season. Goalie Sara Cobb made four saves. St. John Vianney’s Laura Dramis made 13 saves.
JACKSON LIB. 1, POINT BORO 0: Lindsey Corallo put a direct kick from 25 yards past the keeper at 64:43 as the Lions (1-5-1) defeated the Panthers (1-4-2) in a Class B South matchup. Brittany Kopf and Brianna Madej picked up assists on the play as Ariel Donza ensured the shutout with seven saves. Point Boro’s Cameron Havens made seven saves.
MANCHESTER 1, PINELANDS 1: Ali Herbert gave the Wildcats (3-3-1, 3-2-1) the first half 1-0 lead with her goal at 21:57 off a Mel MacNeil pass and then Manchester tied it in the second half off Olivia Sumeriski’s unassisted goal at 58:52.
HOWELL 1, FREEHOLD TWP. 1: Marissa Siegel’s goal at 21:00 gave the Rebels (2-3-1, 2-3-1) the 1-0 halftime lead. But Tiffany Cioffi’s goal at 52:00 eventually forced double overtime as the schools forged a Class A North tie.
In field hockey
SJ VIANNEY 4, HOLMDEL 3: Nicole Granito scored the game-winning goal with 29 seconds left in overtime as the Lancers (5-0-1, 3-0-1) defeated the Hornets (2-3, 2-3) in a Class A Central game.
St. John Vianney’s Jackie Gallagher had two goals and Kelsey Borrell added one goal while goalie Megan Guilbert made 18 saves.
Holmdel’s Beth Bohny had one goal and one assist while Gianna Moglino and Morgan Marra each had one goal and goalie Misha Nikoo made 10 saves.
MANALAPAN 1, RARITAN 0: Jen Comito scored the game-winning goal at 18:41 to lead the Braves (3-4) past the Rockets (2-5) in a nondivisonal game. Raritan goalie Tara Dejoy made 11 saves.
JACKSON MEM. 3, TR EAST 2: Kayla Skodmin scored two goals and Lindsay Reist scored one goal as the Jaguars (3-4, 2-4) rallied past the Raiders (1-5, 1-5) in a Class A South game.
Jackie Schwartz and Elisabeth Cromlish each scored for the Raiders.
LONG BRANCH 4, COLTS NECK 1: Kimberly Davis scored two goals to lead the Green Wave (5-2-1) past the Cougars (1-5) in a nondivisonal game.
Jacinta Santos scored one goal and had two assists in the win.
Junior Serena Valente scored the only goal for the Green Wave at the 43:45 mark and senior Kylie Allmers assisted.
3, SHORE 2: Sophie Smith scored two goals and Tori Ellis added one as the Dodgers (7-0) defeated the Blue Devils (5-1) in a nondivisonal game.
Kara Casale scored two goals and Carol Middough had one assist for the Blue Devils.
Shore’s Shannon Johnson had eight saves.