The merry-go-round of conference tournament action continues into Wednesday. JSZ has highlights from the South Jersey Coaches Tournament and the Greater Middlesex Conference. Enjoy the coverage with the JSZ All-Access Pass!
East Brunswick 4 Metuchen 0 | GMC Tournament Final
1) East Brunswick (14-2) reclaimed the Greater Middlesex Conference Torunament Title with a 4-0 win over Metuchen (18-1-1). An early goal from Sydney Taha would get EB fired up in the first half as they led 1-0 at the break. Mikayla Mandleur and Riya Kunderan scored midway through the second half to put the Bears in front by three. Indiana University commit Kayla Reed capped off the evening with a goal as she would also finish with an assist. East Brunswick has now won the last five GMC Tournaments. JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez has the highlights and postgame reaction from Woodbridge:
North Brunswick 1 St. Joseph (Met.) 0 | Boys | GMC Tournament Semifinal
Aashray Shetty’s goal in the 64th minute proved to be the difference for North Brunswick (15-2-2) in a hotly-contested match against St. Joseph (Met.) (11-6-2). The win was the Raiders’ third against the Falcons this season. The victory now gives the Raiders a spot in the GMC Tournament final, where they’ll face Monroe.
JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights from North Brunswick:
Kingsway 3 West Deptford 0 | Boys | South Jersey Coaches Tournament Semifinal
The Dragons used a second-half offensive surge to knock off the Eagles and secure a spot in the Coaches Tournament championship game. Antonio Amoroso, Ian Noel, and Sean Daly each scored a goal in the win, with Daly also adding an assist for Kingsway (14-1-1). Danny Varela finished with four saves in net for West Deptford (14-4-2). Kingsway will face top-seeded Cinnaminson in the final on Saturday night.
JSZ’s James Mooney has the highlights from Cherry Hill:
Ocean City 2 Rancocas Valley 1 | Girls | South Jersey Coaches Tournament Semifinal
OC senior Summer Reimet scored two goals to send the second-seeded Red Raiders (18-1) to to the Coaches Tournament title game. The Monmouth commit leads the state with 54 goals on the season. Leah Howe scored for the third-seeded Red Devils (16-4-1) in the loss. Ocean City will face 13th-seeded Bishop Eustace in the final, after the Cruaders beat top-seeded Eastern on the other side of the bracket.
JSZ’s Mike Frankel has the highlights and reaction from Cherry Hill: