It’s a championship Tuesday around the state. JSZ brings you highlights of the CAL Boys championship in South Jersey along with the Shore Conference boys and girls finals from Monmouth University. Check out all the action!

Ocean City 7 Holy Spirit 5 | CAL Tournament Boys Championship

Tied at four at the halftime, the Red Raiders pulled away in the second half to bring home the inaugural CAL Tournament championship. Pat Grimley turned in a five-point night with two goals and three assists in the win. Jack Davis and Tommy Schutta each scored a pair of goals for Ocean City (10-7). Stanley Marczyk netted two goals in the loss for Holy Spirit (12-3).

JSZ’s James Mooney has highlights and reaction from Stockton University:

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Rumson-Fair Haven 12 Wall 7 | Shore Conference Boys Championship

An impressive second half outburst was the reason why the Bulldogs are back to back Shore Conference champions. Rumson Fair Haven (16-4) went into the half tied 4-4 with Wall (15-3) and then proceeded to take over the game after intermission. Tommy French led that charge and finished with three goals and a pair of assists in the win. RFH has now won eight Shore Conference lacrosse championships.

JSZ’s Jay Cook has highlights from Monmouth University:

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Trinity Hall 17 Rumson-Fair Haven 7 | Shore Conference Girls Championship

Mary Kate Allingham had four goals and three assists against her former team and three other Monarchs scored hat tricks to give Trinity Hall the school’s first-ever Shore Conference girls lacrosse title. Last year, Trinity ended RFH’s 129-game Shore Conference winning streak in the regular season before losing to RFH in the Shore finals and in the Tournament of Champions One year later, the Monarchs end the eight-year reign of the Bulldogs in the SCT. Peyton McGuire, Alex Popham and Paige Nolan all had three-goal games in the win.

JSZ’s Rich Chrampanis has the highlights from Monmouth University:

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