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It was a pretty decent Saturday for Sebastian Birse, James Haley and Westfield.

Birse, a Leading Edge 2021 defenseman and UMass commit, spearheaded an incredibly stingy defense and Haley, an uncommitted Leading Edge 2022 attackman, had an assist as Westfield upended Delbarton, 5-4, in triple overtime. The classic showdown featured two of the state’s elite teams.

’22 David Link (Villanova) had an assist for the Green Wave.

Princeton 14, West Windsor-Plainsboro North 3

’22 Will Doran tortured the Northern Knights, putting up a career best in goals and assists with four apiece as part of a career-best eight-point day. Doran has scored four goals in three of Princeton’s four games this year and is averaging six points per game.

Pingry 13, Hunterdon Central 6

’22 Luke Engelke (Duke) was lights-out for Pingry, scoring twice, setting up another and winning 13 of 22 faceoffs to set up the win. ’21 Kevin Parnham (Penn State) won his lone faceoff and led a stalwart defense. ’21 Cal McPherson (Holy Cross) tacked on a goal and two helpers for Pingry.

Shore 11, Red Bank Regional 5

’23 Walker Hunter was excellent in the Shore cage, rejecting 11 offerings sent his way, and ’23 Carson Cooke‘s one-goal, three-assist, two-ground ball sparked Shore’s offense.

Scotch Plains-Fanwood 19, St. Joseph 10

’22 Mikey Kloepfer (Merrimack) scored four times to lead SPF. He also chipped in a pair of assists and two ground balls.

Rumson-Fair Haven, 17, Red Bank Catholic 2

’22 Christian Bockelmann (Yale) racked up his fifth hat trick of the season with five goals to go with two assists to pace the Bulldogs. ’23 Cole Cashion buried a pair of goals in the win.

Ridge 17, Immaculata 2

’21 Jack Turner (Colgate) popped off for four goals for Ridge, while ’23 defenseman Will Ehret scored his first career goal.

Chatham 6, Montclair 2

’22 Cullen Decker paired a goal with an assist in Chatham’s win.

Summit 8, Seton Hall Prep 7

’21 Jack Dunleavy (Gettysburg) collected two goals and an assist for the Pirates, ’21 Will Ferraro (Providence) scored once and ’22 Jaz Zanelli (Bucknell) made five saves in a half of work for SHP.

Manasquan 9, Wall 6

’21 Logan Peters (Rutgers) kept Wall in the thick of things with two goals, two assists and a ground ball, while ’23 John McCurry tallied twice to go with a ground ball and ’22 Matt Dollive (Army) also scored twice, but it wasn’t enough for Wall.

’23 Dom Giglio scooped up a trio of ground balls for Wall, which also got a ground ball from ’24 Shea Brennan and ’23 Billy Carr.

Montgomery 12, North Hunterdon 4

’23 Trevor Brotons found the back of the net once and also had an assist for the Lions.

Bergen Catholic 12, Christian Brothers 7 

CBA couldn’t keep pace despite a half-dozen saves from ’21 Noah D’Andrea (Providence).

Don Bosco Prep 15, Ridgewood 4

’21 Ethan Cronk (Colgate) won seven faceoffs for Ridgewood.