Point Pleasant Beach 1, New Egypt 1 (PPB advances 5-3 in shootouts)

Owen Curtis made four saves in goal and stopped two of five shots in the shootout to help Point Pleasant Beach hold New Egypt 1-1 in New Egypt.

The game was tied at the end of regulation and overtime, and Point Pleasant Beach defeated New Egypt 5-3 in the series. Point Pleasant Beach outshot New Egypt 12-4.

Josh Boyan (7-9-2) scored the lone goal for Point Pleasant Beach.

Jesus Madrigal scored the lone goal for New Egypt (14-3-2) and Tommy Merlucci made 12 saves.

Point Pleasant Beach will play eighth-seeded Shore in Wednesday’s semifinals.

Manville 1, Florence 3

Chris Krall had two goals and an assist to lead third-seeded Manville to a 3-1 victory over sixth-seeded Manville in Florence.

The game was tied 1-1 at the half with Florence (14-3-1) scoring two goals in the second.

Avi Harr also scored and Matt Conti made five saves.

Lenin Rios had the lone goal for Manville (10-8-2) and Jeremy Campos had 12 saves.

Florence will play second-seeded Roselle Park in the semifinals on Wednesday.

College Achieve Central Charter 1, Roselle Park 3

Milan Maricic had a goal and two assists as second-seeded Roselle Park defeated seventh-seeded Central Charter College 3-1 at Roselle Park.

Roselle Park (16-5) led 1-0 at the half. There were shots even at 14.

Nathaniel Aranga and Patrick Kashubowski also scored and Macai Thompson had an assist. Joshua Lopez made six saves.

Christian Barajona scored the lone goal for College Achieve Central Charter (13-2) and Jairo Correa made 12 saves.

Roselle Park will face third-seeded Florence in the semifinals on Wednesday.

Shore 7, Danellen 1

Nick DiNapoli had an assist and a hat trick as eighth-seeded Shore knocked off top-seeded Dunnellin 7-1 in Dunnellin.

Santino Scarponi also had a goal and two assists, while Steven Molnar added a goal and an assist. Riley Murphy and Cooper Attaway also scored a goal, while Tyler Jackson and Frank Solomon had assists.

Dunellen falls to 15-3 after the upset.

Shore (7-9-3) will face fourth-seeded New Egypt in Wednesday’s semifinals.

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