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Rob Tyra has wasted no time in making an impression as a freshman at Johnson, compiling multiple points in every game this season.

The Leading Edge 2024 attackman was at his best Wednesday, though. He dished out a career-best six assists and added a goal for a seven-point day to lead Johnson past St. Thomas Aquinas, 14-2.

Tyra is up to 18 goals and 15 assists for 33 points in nine games, a clip of just short of four points per game.

Pingry 16, Watchung Hills 2

’22 Luke Engelke (Duke) continued his all-around dominance by winning six faceoffs, scoring three goals and collecting six ground balls to pace Pingry. ’21 defenseman Kevin Parnham (Penn State) collected four ground balls, ’21 Calahan McPherson (Holy Cross) picked up two ground balls and ’24 Patrick Roelke made a save in split duty.

Wall 15, St. Rose 4

’21 Logan Peters (Rutgers) had another insane stat day for Wall, piling up six goals and two assists. ’23 Connor Moore had two goals and three assists, ’22 Matt Dollive (Army) paired two goals with two assists, ’23 John McCurry scored twice and ’23 defenseman Dom Giglio snapped up six ground balls.

’24 Shea Brennan chipped in an assist in the win.

Ridge 9, Hillsborough 4

’21 Jack Turner (Colgate) buried two goals and added an assist for Ridge, which also got a goal from ’23 defenseman Will Ehret.

Hunterdon Central 6, Montgomery 4

’23 Sean Creter continued his stalwart sophomore season with an 11-for-13 day at the faceoff X, complete with a goal.

North Hunterdon 16, Immaculata 3

’23 Trevor Brotons set up two goals and scored once to go with a ground ball as the Lions roared past Immaculata.

Christian Brothers 17, Colts Neck 4

’24 Ryan Martin set up a goal and scored another and ’21 Noah D’Andrea (Providence) made four saves in split duty as CBA cruised.

Cherokee 5, Moorestown 4

’24 Jack Gerber netted a goal, set up an assist and collected a ground ball for Moorestown.