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ROUNDUP: Brick Wins First; Brick Memorial Loses

Other Shore Conference scores

A look at Friday’s Shore Conference football games, compiled from app.com, nj.com and allshoremedia.net:

Brick 28, Toms River East 27: The Dragons (1-5) rallied to overcome the visiting Raiders (1-4) for Brick’s first victory of the season.

Toms River North 30, Brick Memorial 25: Carmen Sclafani ran for a 68-yard touchdown to put the host Mariners (4-1) ahead for good as
they handed the Mustangs (5-1) their loss of the season.

Sclafani also had touchdowns of 1 and 2 yards, Joey Fields scored from 3 yards out and Chris Gulla kicked a 33-yard field goal for Toms River North.

Ryan Cieplinski scored touchdowns of 9 and 2 yards, and Mike Basile scored on runs of 20 and 43 yards for Brick Memorial.

Point Pleasant Beach 40, Keansburg 0: Danny Tighe scored a 69-yard touchdown for the host Garnet Gulls (6-0) and scored twice more as they beat the visiting Titans (4-2).

Tighe returned an interception 32 yards for a touchdown and scored from 4 yards out before halftime for Point Beach.

Jake Fioretti threw two touchdown passes and Andre Cochran ran 8 yards for a score for the Gulls.

Point Pleasant Boro 21, Manchester 7: Ryan Prout, Dan Nobbs and Chris Oliphant rushed for touchdowns for the host Panthers (4-2), as they beat the Hawks (0-6). Oliphant also completed 3 of 9 passes for Point Boro.

Colts Neck 31, St. John Vianney 6: Anthony Garguilo rushed for two touchdowns and Mike Campbell rushed for a touchdown and passed for another as the Cougars (5-0), who beat the host Lancers (2-3) in Holmdel.

Steve Callari ran a kickoff back 96 yards for a touchdown for St. John Vianney.

Red Bank Catholic 43, Holmdel 12: Chris Whitlock returned a punt 53 yards for a touchdown and recovered a blocked punt in the end zone for another as the visiting Caseys (5-0) took a 14-6 lead en route to victory over the Hornets (0-5).

Josh Klecko returned an interception 37 yards for a score, quarterback Pat Toomey ran 26 yards for a touchdown, Larry Redaelli also scored for Red Bank Catholic.

Matt Dixon caught a pass from Robbie Cantelli for a 57-yard touchdown and Ryan Nolan scored from 9 yards out for Holmdel.

Barnegat 16, Central 7: Pat Moran kicked a 32-yard field goal midway through the third quarter and Ed Santiago scored from 5 yards out with 2 minutes left to seal the victory for the visiting Bengals (3-2) over the Golden Eagles in Bayville.

Manny Bowen caught a pass from Michael Drumwright for a 44-yard touchdown to open the second half and give Central (2-3) a 7-6 lead. Quarterback Cinjun Erskin put Barnegat on the board with a 1-yard score in the second quarter.

Toms River South 12, Jackson Memorial 7: Otis Kearney scored two touchdowns and rushed for 250 yards as the visiting Indians (2-3) defeated the Jaguars (1-4).

Kearney took the handoff on the opening play of the game and ran 80 yards for a touchdown.

Rumson-Fair Haven 31, Raritan 10: Travis Clark scored three touchdowns, including one from 49 yards out, as the host Bulldogs (5-0) beat the Rockets (0-6).

Jake D’Amelio kicked a 25-yard field goal, and quarterback Danny Roberto threw a 2-yard touchdown pass to Clark for Rumson.

Manalapan 55, East Brunswick 12: Mike Isabella passed for 178 yards and four touchdowns as the host Braves (4-0) beat the Bears.

Mike Leonetti rushed for 215 yards and two touchdowns for Manalapan.

Monsignor Donovan 42, Pinelands 0: The Griffins (4-1) got three touchdowns from Grant Klimek and two more from Vincent Grasso as they rolled past the host Wildcats (0-6).

Middletown South 41, Freehold Township 12: Eli Smith caught a touchdown pass and rushed for three more scores as the host Eagles (4-1) beat the Patriots (0-5).

Middletown North 27, Marlboro 13: Cody Thompson passed for a touchdown
and rushed for another and Jared Mosier rushed for two scores as the Lions (1-4) beat the visiting Mustangs (2-3) for their first victory of the season.

St. Joseph-Metuchen 24, Howell 20: The Rebels (0-5) took a 20-17 lead in the fourth quarter, but were unable to hold off the visiting Falcons (4-2).

brickmom2 October 13, 2012 at 02:16 PM
GREAT COMEBACK DRAGONS!!!
Typical Obama Voter October 13, 2012 at 07:19 PM
The boys played great. Eric Stratton was terrific. Chip Miller also did a good job as did Kent Dorfman and Vernon Wormer for Toms River.
The Big Man October 13, 2012 at 07:40 PM
congrats
clamdigger October 13, 2012 at 08:35 PM
hats off all those guys,but a big shout out should also go to Daniel Simpson Day for his creative abilites to make things happen and Chip Diller to try and maintain order. As usual Neidermeyer was the same as he's been all season, a horses tush. Mandy Pepperidge and Babs Jansen did a great job for the cheerleaders as well.
Slippery Slope October 13, 2012 at 08:51 PM
You people are Sick... How Dare you post childrens names on the internet. It is none of your business. Why are you stalking these little children? This is wrong in so many ways.
Jersey Joe October 13, 2012 at 10:46 PM
Those people should be put on Double Secret Probation!
clamdigger October 13, 2012 at 11:20 PM
Fat, drunk, and stupid is no way to go through life, son.
Danelle Madigan October 14, 2012 at 01:32 AM
U who thinks u know everything, I want the best for her !!! She will the Gia a once laughed and cried with!! She is a great heart!!
Mike N October 14, 2012 at 01:57 PM
Would you mind if we dance wif yo dates??
Beth October 15, 2012 at 03:08 PM
I was curious to see what Aqualung would post. Not disappointed, best comment thread ever.
concernedmomof2 October 16, 2012 at 02:47 AM
CONGRATS.....
kim j October 17, 2012 at 03:34 PM
does anyone know if this was the Freshman team? Just curious, I encountered the 8th football coach from dragons...

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