Shore Conference Sports Results for May 18, 2017

Shore Conference Sports Results for May 18, 2017
  1. Shore Conference Sports Results for May 18, 2017
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NOTE: Pairings are not official until noon on Friday.


GROUP I: 16-Palmyra at 1-Middlesex; 9-South River at 8-Point Beach; 12-Keansburg at 5-Highland Park; 13-Florence at 4-New Egypt; 14-Henry Hudson at 3-Riverside; 11-Keyport at 6-South Amboy; 10-Shore at 7-Perth Amboy Tech; 15-LEAP Academy at 2-Metuchen.

GROUP II: 16-Holmdel at 1-Governor Livingston; 9-Raritan at 8- A.L. Johnson; 12-North Plainfield at 5-Bernards; 13-Robbinsville at 4-Monmouth; 14-Newark Tech at 3-Spotswood; 11-Delaware Valley at 6-Voorhees; 10-Matawan at 7-East Brunswick Tech; 15-New Providence at 2-South Plainfield.

NOTE: Holmdel and New Providence were tied with 219 power points. Tie was broken by strength of schedule, Holmdel, 14-12.

GROUP III: 16-Long Branch at 1-Toms River South; 9-Brick at 8-Pennsauken; 12-Burlington Township at 5-Hamilton North; 13-Hamilton West at 4-Allentown; 14-Neptune at 3-Wall; 11-Ocean at 6-Northern Burlington; 10-Moorestown at 7-Jackson Liberty; 15-Lawrence at 2-Hamilton East.

GROUP IV: 16-North Brunswick at 1-Montgomery; 9-Monroe at 8-Sayreville; 12-Old Bridge at 5-Freehold Township; 13-Hightstown at 4-Freehold; 14-Hillsborough at 3-Hunterdon Central; 11-Marlboro at 6-East Brunswick; 10-Colts Neck at 7-South Brunswick; 15-New Brunswick at 2-Manalapan.


GROUP I: 16-Wildwood at 1-Audubon; 9-Woodstown at 8-Haddon Township; 12-Glassboro at 5-Haddon Heights; 13-Pitman at 4-Schalick; 14-Buena at 3-Gloucester City; 11-Paulsboro at 6-Gateway; 10-Maple Shade at 7-Woodbury; 16-Overbrook at 2-Pennsville.

GROUP II: 16-Medford Tech at 1-Delran; 9-Manchester at 8-Cedar Creek; 12-Point Boro at 5-Bordentown; 13-Sterling at 4-Manasquan; 14-Middle Township at 3-West Deptford; 11-Barnegat at 6-Oakcrest; 10-Collingswood at 7-Cinnaminson; 15-Lower Cape May at 2-Haddonfield.

GROUP III: 16-Timber Creek at 1-Hammonton; 9-Central at 8-Seneca; 12-Gloucester Tech at 5-Delsea; 14-Triton at 3-Lacey; 11-Pinelands at 6-Mainland; 10-Ocean City at 7-Cherry Hill West; 15-Cumberland at 2-Highland.

GROUP IV: 16-Atlantic City at 1-Eastern; 9-Toms River North at 8-Lenape; 12-Cherokee at 5-Washington Township; 13-Millville at 4-Rancocas Valley; 14-Jackson Memorial at 3-Shawnee; 11-Southern at 6-Vineland; 10-Williamstown at 7-Clearview; 15-Kingsway at 2-Egg Harbor Township.

NOTE: Atlantic City jumped Howell for the No. 16 spot because of a better record. Atlantic City was 8-7 at the cutoff. Howell was 6-9 at the cutoff.


GROUP I: 16-Somerset Tech at 1-Dayton; 9-Brearley at 8-Becton; 12-Weehawkin at 5-Shabazz; 13-Hoboken at 4-Ridgefield; 14-North Arlington at 3-Dunellen; 11-Bloomfield Tech at 6-Belvidere; 10-Secaucus at 7-Glen Ridge; 15-Technology at (2) Roselle Park.

GROUP II: 16-Parsippany Hills at (1) Newark Science; 9-Whippany Park at 8-North 13th Street; 12-Dover at 5-Garfield; 13-Harrison at 4-Caldwell;

14-Parsippany at 3-Rutherford; 11-Lodi at 6-Hackettstown; 10-Leonia at 7-Hanover Park; 15-Madison at 2-Lyndhurst.

GROUP III: 16-Orange at 1-Chatham; 9-Hopewell Valley at 8-Summit; 12-Mendham at 5-Barringer; 13-Warren Hills at 4- Middletown South; 14-JFK-Iselin at 3-Cranford; 11-Ferris at 6-Rahway; 10-Colona at 7-Middletown North; 15-Red Bank at 2-Somerville.

NOTES: Middletown South and Barringer were tied with 317 power points each. Both teams were 9-6 at the cutoff. No Common Opponents. Tie was broken by strength of schedule, Midd. South, 28-20; Mendham awarded 12th seed based on victory over common opponent. Mendham and Warren Hills had 328 power points.

GROUP IV: 16-Columbia at 1-Millburn; 9-Scotch Plains-Fanwood at 8-Union; 12-Bridgewater Raritan at 5-Watchung Hills; 13-North Hunterdon at 4-Phillipsburg; 14-Ridge at 3- Bayonne; 11-Piscataway at 6-Westfield; 10-Elizabeth at 7-Newark East Side; 15-Dickinson at 2-Woodbridge.


GROUP 1: 16-Bogota at 1-Wood-Ridge; 9-Verona at 8-Butler; 12-Hasbrouck Heights at 5-Cedar Grove; 13-Wallington at 4-Emerson; 14-New Milford at 3-Midland Park; 11-North Warren at 6-Pompton Lakes; (10) Cresskill at 7-Park Ridge; 15-Saddle Brook at 2-Waldwick.

NOTE: Borgota jumped Kinnelon because it had a better record

GROUP II: 16-Hawthorne at 1-Newton; 9-Vernon at 8-Pequannock; 12-Wallkill Valley at 5-Lakeland; 13-Demarest at 4-Pascack Hills; 14-Sussex Tech at 3-High Point; 11-Mahwah at 6-Glen Rock;10-Jefferson at 7-Ramsey; 15-Dwight Morrow at 2-Dumont.

GROUP III: 16-Nutley at 1-Pascack Valley; 9-Northern Highlands at 8-Passaic Valley; 12-Ramapo at 5-Roxbury; 13-West Essex at 4-Old Tappan; 14-Sparta at 3-Montville; 11-Tenafly at 6-Indian Hills; 10-Wayne Hills at 7-Morris Hills; 15-West Milford at 2-River Dell.

GROUP IV: 16-Bloomfield at 1-Randolph; 9-Montclair at 8-Passaic Tech; 12-West Orange at 5-Morristown; 13-Kearny at 4-Clifton; 14-Union City at 3-Ridgewood; 11-Livingston at 6-Memorial (West New York); 10-Morris Knolls at 7-Paterson Eastside; 15-Fair Lawn at 2-Mount Olive.


NORTH A: 9-St. Peter's Prep at (8) Paramus Catholic, winner at 1-St. Joseph (Montvale); 5-Delbarton, at 4-Seton Hall Prep; 11-Pingry at 6-Don Bosco Prep, winner at (3) Bergen Catholic; 10-Oratory at 7-Union Catholic, winner at 2-Pope John.

NORTH B: 9-Morris Catholic at 8-DePaul, winner at 1-St. Anthony; 12-Hawthorne Christian at 5-Marist (Bayonne); 12-Eastern Christian at 4-Newark Academy; 14-Queen of Peace at 3-Hudson Catholic; 11-Dwight-Englewood at 6-Montclair-Kimberley; 10-Morristown-Beard at 7-Gill St. Bernard's, winner at 2-St. Mary (Rutherford).

SOUTH A: 9-Paul VI at 8-Bishp Ahr, winner at 1-Bishop Eustace; 5-St. Joseph (Metuchen at 4-Christian Brothers Academy; 11-Camden Catholic at 6-Notre Dame, winner at 3-Red Bank Catholic; 10-St. John Vianney at 7-Donovan Catholic, winner at 2-St. Augustine.

SOUTH B: 9-Immaculata at 8-Doane Academy, winner at 1-Gloucester Catholic; 12-Timothy Christian at 5-St. Joseph (Hammonton); 13-Wardlaw Hartridge at 4-Holy Spirit; 11-Mater Dei Prep at 6-Rutgers Prep, winner at 3-Holy Cross; 10-Calvary Christian at 7-Trenton Catholic, winner at 2-St. Rose.

APP SPORTS AWARDS: Celebrate the best of the Shore

Regular Season

Ocean 11, Mater Dei Prep 0

Central 15, Brick Memorial 11

St. John Vianney 7, St. Joseph by the Sea 4

Brick 9, Howell 6

Barnegat 5, Jackson Memorial 3


Non-Public South A

Red Bank Catholic 12, Hudson Catholic 2

North 2, Group III

Middletown North 11, Rahway 1

Central, Group III

Burlington Township 8, Ocean Township 1

Wall 4, Brick Township 1

Central, Group II

Raritan 8, Holmdel 2

Central, Group I

Henry Hudson 10, Bound Brook 0 (5 innings)

South, Group IV

Egg Harbor 7, Jackson Memorial 1

Kingsway 4, Southern Regional 2

South, Group III

Lacey 6, Timber Creek 1

South, Group II

Manchester 8, Haddonfield 2

Shore Conference Tournament

Preliminary Round

(16) Matawan 8, (17) Middletown South 6


St. John Vianney 2, North Hunterdon 1

Girls Lacrosse

NJSIAA Tournament

Second Round

Central Group III

(4) Ocean 14, (5) Jackson Liberty 6

(3) Colts Neck 16, (6) Northern Burlington 11

South Group III

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