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Sean Creter made sure to leave a great impression in his first varsity action for Hunterdon Central.

The Leading Edge 2023 standout faceoff midfielder, recently ranked No. 36 in the country in the ’23 class by, winning all 13 faceoffs he took and scoring twice to lead the Red Devils to an 11-6 win over Moorestown to kick off the 2021 season.

One of Creter’s goals was shot so hard that it put a hole in the net, punctuating his outstanding debut for HC.

Rumson-Fair Haven 9, Chatham 4

’22 Christian Bockelmann (Yale) was a force for the Bulldogs, pairing a hat trick with two assists to pave the way for an RFH win. ’23 Matthew Bockelmann also tallied once.

’21 Griffin Kology (Richmond) was a machine off the carpet, scooping up seven ground balls. ’22 Marcus Colaco tallied once for Chatham.

Mountain Lakes 9, Randolph 4

’22 Cade Schuckman popped off for a hat trick and four ground balls to pace the Lakers. Mountain Lakes also got an assist and two ground balls from ’22 LSM Ryan McLaughlin (Penn) en route to their win.

Seton Hall Prep 6, Westfield 2

’21 Jack Dunleavy (Gettysburg) tallied twice to lead the Pirates, followed closely by a one-goal, one-assist effort from ’21 Will Ferraro (Providence)’22 Kevin Agnew also tallied for Seton Hall Prep. ’22 Ethan Ackerman led a stingy defense and collected a ground ball.

Westfield got a goal from ’22 James Haley.

Somerville 9, North Hunterdon 8

’23 Lorenzo Varona led the charge for Somerville, snapping home four goals to lead a narrow win. ’23 Trevor Brotons supplied four assists to go with a goal and two ground balls for North Hunterdon.