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Football Roundup: Lacey Remains Unbeaten

Saturday's Shore Conference football results

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

Lacey 54. Manchester 0: Kyle Spatz found the end zone four times, including an 82-yard score, for the host Lions (5-0), who cruised past the Hawks (0-5).

Christian Tutela caught a 17-yard pass from Tom Kelly for a touchdown and returned a fumble 45 yards for the final score of the game for Lacey.

Keyport 27, Mater Dei 6:  Quarterback Christian Palmer connected with Vincenzo Mezzacappa for a 39-yard touchdown, as the sophomore duo helped the host Seraphs (0-5) draw to within 13-6 in the third quarter.

But the Red Raiders (4-1) were able to pull away for the victory in Middletown.

Ocean 31, Red Bank 21:  Isaac Coates ran for a 9-yard touchdown and Tahji Tomanio ran for one of 60 yards, but the Bucs (0-4) were unable to hold off a rally by the visiting Spartans (3-2) in Little Silver.

Steve Megill caught a 30-yard touchdown pass from Joe Perisco for Red Bank’s other score.

Monmouth 13, Raritan 10: Jeff Farrah’s touchdown run from 6 yards out in the fourth quarter lifted the host Falcons (1-3) to their first victory of the season, as Monmouth beat the Rockets (0-5) in Tinton Falls.

Michael Reardon scored Monmouth’s other touchdown on a 7-yard run.

Joaquin Jordan caught a touchdown pass from quarterback C.J. Pulcine, and Pulcine kicked a 22-yard field goal for Raritan.

Joe October 07, 2012 at 10:19 AM
Way to go Lions great job !!
D Smith October 07, 2012 at 02:05 PM
AND HOW ABOUT THOSE THREE freshmen PLAYERS --- Tyreek, Jake and Patrick? GREAT VARSITY CONTRIBUTERS, ALL THREE!
ruth uveges October 07, 2012 at 05:53 PM
Great job guys!!!! One game at a time and keep it going!! We're all rooting for you
Silver dollar October 08, 2012 at 12:09 AM
Good showing Lacey Lions and Coaches well .well done ,

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