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Leading Edge Recap 5.26

05/26/2019 7:30 AM -


Jack Aimone's six-point day led the charge for Hunterdon Central. 
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Time to add some hardware to Hunterdon Central's trophy case. 

Leading Edge 2020 Jack Aimone (Rutgers) erupted for five goals and an assist and '20 Cory Dobrosky added a goal as the Red Devils upended Westfield, 11-5, in the North Jersey Group 4 championship Saturday. 

"He's as talented as they come," HC coach Mike Vergalito said of Aimone to NJ.com's Mike Kinney. "We've been encouraging him to run and move his feet. They (Westfield) chose not to slide, so Jack had some opportunities to try to carry the ball by his man and create something. He might have shown himself as well as everyone else how good he can be."

'19 Jake Engelke had a goal and an assist in the loss, while '19 Matt Angelo (Dickinson) won 10 faceoffs and collected three ground balls for Westfield. 


Somerville rode Evan Barr's monster game to a South Jersey Group 2 title. 
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Somerville 8, Rumson-Fair Haven 3: '20 Evan Barr (Duke) was absolutely brilliant for the Pioneers, stuffing 17 shots sent his way, as Somerville grabbed the South Jersey Group 2 championship. 

Chatham 13, Mendham 4: '20 Aidan Decker and '21 Nick Jones each scored once to fuel Chatham's rout as it won the North Jersey Group 3 title. '21 Justin Beimfohr tallied a hat trick to go with two ground balls for Mendham, which also got a goal and an assist from '20 Michael Ricciardi (Furman) and two ground balls from '20 Collin Euvino. 

Manasquan 10, Glen Ridge 2: '19 Canyon Birch (Penn State) netted a pair of goals and '19 James Pendergist (Rutgers) tossed out a pair of assists as Manasquan collected its third straight South Jersey Group 1 title. '19 Mike LaPoint (Tampa) denied 10 shots sent his way to preserve the victory. 


Ben Cantwell's four goals led Moorestown's offensive outburst. 
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Moorestown 17, Shawnee 6: '19 Ben Cantwell (UMass) pocketed four goals to pace Moorestown to its third straight South Jersey Group 3 title. 

"The mentality is to never stop," Cantwell told NJ.com's Sean Miller. "Never stop, especially in a championship game to a rival like Shawnee. That was the message at the half from coach."

Montgomery 10, Lenape 3: '20 Max Drift ripped home a hat trick and added two assists and '20 Lucas Kopecky was strong at the faceoff X to lead Montgomery to the South Jersey Group 4 title. 

Summit 9, Ramapo 4: '19 Greg Moller (Connecticut College) scored once and added an assist as Summit took home the North Jersey Group 2 championship. 

Delbarton 9, St. Augustine 6: '20 CJ Kirst tossed in four goals as Delbarton grabbed a spot in the Non-Public A final. 

Don Bosco Prep 9, Seton Hall Prep 8: '20 Connell Kumar (Virginia) snagged a hat trick and '20 Luke Blanc (UMass) added a pair of goals, but Don Bosco stunned the Pirates on a goal with four seconds left in the game. 



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