After falling behind 1-0 early to Monmouth, Matawan boys soccer responded with four straight goals, picking up a second straight Shore Conference Class A Central victory on Tuesday afternoon by a final score of 4-1.
Jacob Labinger scored in the 19th minute and Anthony Quattrocchi netted the go-ahead goal in the 28th minute for the Huskies. Bronsen Dhume and Griffen Hayward also scored in the second half for the Huskies in the victory.
Monmouth scored the only goal of the game in the 17th minute of the game courtesy of Sean O’Brien.
Pinelands 6, Manchester 2: Micah English and Austin Hart each scored goals in the first half leading the Wildcats over the Hawks on in Class B South action. Matt O’Connell also added two assists for the Wildcats in the victory.
Raritan 1, Holmdel 1: The Hornets struck first in the 8th minute off a Hunter Chapman corner kick. Leo Nobrega was there to put the ball in the back of the net in the box.
The Rockets equalized in the 72nd minute after Tom Savin volleyed the ball back to Chris Medina who put was able to find the back of the net.
Ranney 4, Mater Dei Prep 0: The Panthers remained undefeated this season as Shane Keenan found the back on the net twice for the Panthers’ Class B Central victory win over the Seraphs.
Shore 7, Ranney 0: JT Kessler netted three goals leading the Blue Devils over the Admirals in Class B Central play. Dante Montesinos also added two more goals for Shore.
Asbury Park 2, Keyport 1: Davenskyh Joinvilmar and Widmaier Beaubrun each scored a goal as the Blue Biships secured a Class B Central victory over the Red Raiders.
Brendan O’Brien scored the only goal of the game for the Red Raiders in the 19th minute.
Wall 3, Red Bank 0: Jeremy Thompson scored the first goal of the game as the Crimson Knights picked up a Class B North victory over the Bucs. Junior Dan Frisch-Harmon also added another goal for Wall in the 65th minute of the game.
Toms River South 2, Southern 0: Cameron Geerinck scored a goal and Tyler Egnatuk as the Indians picked up a Class A South victory over the Rams.
Staff Writer: Chris Parker email@example.com