Leading Edge ’22 Christian Bockelmann’s four goals fueled Rumson-Fair Haven’s win. Photo courtesy of NJ.com’s Tom Horak.

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Rumson-Fair Haven is already a problem.

Leading Edge ’22 Christian Bockelmann snapped home four goals and his brother, ’23 pole Matt Bockelmann, won five faceoffs and scored a goal as the Bulldogs handled Bergen Catholic, 13-6, Wednesday.

“We were able to move the ball around and attack short sticks, which was our plan coming into the game. We knew we could win those matchups and we executed,” the elder Bockelmann, a Yale commit, told Mike Kinney of NJ.com.

’23 Cole Cashion tallied his first career goal and first career assist for RFH. Bulldogs head coach and Leading Edge founder Marc Moreau collected his 199th career win and goes for No. 200 this Saturday.

Pingry 13, Montgomery 1

’22 Luke Engelke was decidedly not messing around for Pingry. The Duke commit won 12 of 14 faceoffs, scooped up 10 ground balls, scored a goal and set up another in the win. ’21 defenseman Kevin Parnham (Penn State) spearheaded a stingy defense with two ground balls and also tacked on an assist. ’21 Cal McPherson (Holy Cross) snagged two ground balls in the win.

North Hunterdon 12, Watchung Hills 3

’23 Trevor Brotons supplied a pair of assists to pace North Hunterdon.

Chatham 7, Sparta 6

’21 LSM Colby Plotts (Utah) did everything he could for Sparta, winning four of six faceoffs, grabbing seven ground balls and scoring a goal.