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Will Doran has been an absolute menace for Princeton this season.

The Leading Edge 2022 attackman’s worst statistical game was a four-point day in the second game of the season. Tuesday, he added to his ridiculous stat line with a five-goal, one-assist effort in a 14-5 win over Robbinsville.

Doran’s six-point outburst was his third straight game with at least six points. He’s got a 19-goal, 11-assist, 30-point stat line six games into the season.

Bernards 16, Delaware Valley 2

’24 David Brothers fueled Bernards’ rout with a four-goal, two-assist performance, his second straight game with four tallies. ’24 Trevor Sardis was a perfect 7-for-7 at the faceoff X in the win.

Christian Brothers 15, Manalapan 2

’24 Ryan Martin found the back of the net once for CBA, while ’21 Noah D’Andrea (Providence) stopped one shot and didn’t yield any goals to grab the win.

Delbarton 6, Randolph 5

’22 David Link (Villanova) snapped home a goal to help the Green Wave snap its two-game skid with a triple-overtime win.

Ridgewood 8, Bergen Catholic 7

’21 Ethan Cronk (Colgate) won 13 of 19 faceoffs, including the overtime duel at the X, to help Ridgewood nip Bergen Catholic.

Oratory 9, Johnson 6

’24 Rob Tyra continued his stalwart freshman campaign for Johnson. This time, he netted a hat trick and added two assists and three ground balls.