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SCT Scoreboard

Posted in Uncategorized by mattmanley on October 22, 2009

All scores are final. Also a note: CBA will host Howell tomorrow, Oct. 23. That is the only game definitively scheduled for Friday, but there is the possibility of more because of the impending wet weather on Saturday. Should games be rained out and pushed to Monday, that would create a potential scenario in which the teams that make it to the SCT final would have played four games in a week. I guess if CBA takes care of business, then that solves half the problem.

(17) Shore 2, (16) Central 0

Chris Sverapa scored from Taylor Scarpino five minutes in and Scarpino finished one of his own in the 25th to help Shore top Central.

(8) Colts Neck 1, (25) Monmouth 0

Ross Tetro ripped a shot off a defender and in from 25 yards out in the 58th, the only goal in the Cougars win over the Falcons. James Sheehan saved a shot headed for the upper 90 in the 70th.

(20) Southern 3, (13) Point Boro 0

Rob Solorzano scored two goals and Ethan Decker had a goal and an assist to lead the Rams past an undermanned Panthers team, as one commenter noted below.

(19) Holmdel 1, (14) Lacey 0, OT

Ashwin Kambhampati scored in the 93rd off of a charging keeper Brian Rusak and into the far side of the net to give the Hornets the road win over the Lions.

St. Rose 2, RBC 1

Jeff Kurtz scored the winner in the 29th after Greg Ruffini flicked in an equalizer for RBC 10 minutes earlier.Dylan Marx opened the scoring for the Roses eight minutes in.

(9) Wall 4, (24) Lakewood 1

James Walsh scored his fourth goal of the season to get Wall rolling, followed by scores from Ian Whelan, Josh Aylett and Bill Brown to round out the Crimson Knights’ scoring.

(15) Howell 3,Monsignor Donovan 0

Kyle Dougher scored the first goal eight minutes in and assisted freshman Brandon Kolczynski’s first career goal later in the half. Ozzie Onder ripped home a 25-yarder before the half to cap the scoring.

(10) TR East 3, (23) Rumson-FH 0

Craig Wagenblast scored all three for Toms River East, pushing his season total to 18.

(21) Manchester at (12) TR South 5, (21) Manchester 0

Sean Casey and Steve Petrosino each scored on headers in the first 10 minutes to lead a host of five different goal scorers in a 5-0 Indians route.

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  1. pb soccer said, on October 22, 2009 at 9:10 pm

    Pt. Boro lost to Southern 3-0. Pt. Boro played without Nick O’Hara (injured Monday vs. Mon Don), and two other starters home sick.

  2. Matthew Hinger said, on October 23, 2009 at 10:18 am

    Matt,
    Just to follow up on a previous story, “Monsignor Donovan coach Ken Oliver is not sure about the line of thinking that says the Shore Conference Class A South is stronger than Class B South ”

    SCT
    TR South(A-South) 5 – Manchester (B-South) 0
    Southern (A-South) 3 – Pt. Boro (B-South) 0
    Shore 2- Central(B-South) 0
    Howell 3 – Mon Don (B-South) -0
    Holmdel 1 – Lacey (A-South) – 0

    Non-SCT Scores
    Brick (A-South) 3 – Midd North – 1
    Jackson (A-South) 6 – Pinelands (B-South) 1

    While Lacey loses to a very good Holmdel team, I think we see a trend here when teams from these divisions play each other or teams out of the disvision, minus A-North. Wondering, if this information will be taken into consideration in your next set of rankings, or will we still see 4 B-South teams ranked between 10 and 20??

    • mattmanley said, on October 23, 2009 at 10:45 pm

      It’s hard to envision B South having the same impact in the Top 20 that it did before. The SCT is when you see just how good each team and each division is, and going 0-5 isn’t gonna cut it. At the same time, you can’t dismiss the fact that B South had done some good things heading into the tourny, most notably Monsignor Donovan’s win over Toms River East, Point Boro’s win over Southern and Manchester hanging close with TR South.

      • Pat said, on October 25, 2009 at 12:52 am

        Matt-

        Although Mon Don beat East it was clear to anybody who watched the game that East handed Mon Don 2 goals and did not capitalize themselves. As for Southern beating Boro, southern dominated that match. I don’t know how Manchester hung with T.R South the first time because the Manchester team I saw Thursday night looked bad. I would like to commnet on some other matches during the regular season, however, no other B-South teams will play A-South teams. 3 games all season between teams that are in the same county? Am I missing something?


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