05/05/2019 2:35 AM
Seton Hall Prep made it seven straight Essex County Tournament titles by beating Glen Ridge, 12-4.
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Make it seven in a row for Seton Hall Prep.
The Pirates got a goal and two assists from Leading Edge 2020 attackman Luke Blanc (UMass) and a pair of goals from '20 Connell Kumar (Virginia) in a 12-4 win over Glen Ridge for Seton Hall Prep's seventh straight Essex County Tournament championship Saturday.
'20 Billy Rojack spearheaded a stingy Pirates defense that only ceded one second-half goal, allowing The Prep to go on a game-icing 6-1 run.
Delbarton 9, Chatham 6: '20 CJ Kirst set up two goals and scored one of his own as the Green Wave knocked off Chatham in the Morris County semifinals. '20 Aidan Decker buried a goal in the loss.
Westfield 13, Cranford 6: '19 Jake Engelke tied Cranford by himself with six goals as Westfield hummed along in the Union County semifinals.
Summit 12, New Providence 5: '19 Greg Moller (Connecticut College) fired home a hat trick as Summit cruised.
Wall 15, Jackson Memorial 7: '21 Logan Peters popped five goals and added a pair of assists as Wall hammered Jackson Memorial in the first round of the Shore Conference tournament.
Mendham 13, Pequannock 9: '21 Justin Beimfohr racked up four goals, three assists and three ground balls, '20 Michael Ricciardi (Furman) paired two goals with two assists and also added two ground balls, and '20 Collin Euvino racked up six ground balls for Mendham.
Ramapo 16, Ramsey 6: '19 Matt Karsian (Monmouth) helped fuel a balanced offense with two goals and an assist in the win.
Ridge 13, Scotch-Plains Fanwood 8: '21 Jack Turner tallied four times to kickstart Ridge's win. '20 Aidan Guma countered with two goals and two assists for Scotch Plains.
Christian Brothers Academy 11, Red Bank Catholic 4: '21 Noah D'Andrea was great in the CBA cage, tossing aside nine shots to record the win.
Moorestown 17, Cherokee 7: '19 Ben Cantwell (UMass) scored once in Moorestown's rout.
Somerville 16, Gill St. Bernard's 0: '20 Evan Barr (Duke) stopped five shots to help piece together a shutout.
Princeton Day School 18, Princeton 3: '22 Will Doran had an assist for Princeton.