After an incredible Week 1 of Shore Conference Ice Hockey, the time has come to choose the Sports Food Technologies Player of the Week…and we’re turning the selection process over to the fans.
Big goals, integral assists, a multitude of points or profound play between the pipes…the choice is yours.
Select your Sports Food Technologies Player(s) of Week 1 below from a diverse list of standout skaters and their remarkable efforts.
Check out the list of candidates and make your pick(s) in the poll below.
NOTE: Polls close at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 6
Liam Noonan, CBA: Noonan recorded five points and two goals, including tallies in wins over St. Rose and Bishop Eustace.
Ryan Burns, Wall Township: Burns had multiple points in each of the Knights first three wins, including a hat trick against Brick Memorial, two goals against Southern Regional, and another tally against Monroe.
Zach Tarantino, Wall Township: The senior led the Knights in scoring in Week 1 with nine points and eight assists in three wins. Tarantino also became the first player in Wall Township history to reach 100 career assists.
Sean Mylod, Howell: Mylod had 17 points and 11 goals in three games, including six tallies against Toms River South-East, and five more against Old Bridge.
Dan Quiles, Middletown North: The junior logged three goals in two games, including two against Middletown South, and another in a win over Governor Livingston.
Anthony Galante & Dante Balsamo, Marlboro: The pair combined for six points and three goals in an opening night win over Jackson Memorial.
Deven Ralph, Middletown South: Ralph had five points and four goals, including the game-winning tally in a 3-2 win over Middletown North.
Kenny Maxwell, Ocean Township: The freshman had nine points and seven goals in two games, including five tallies in a victory over Edison.
Jake Brown, Manasquan: The sophomore had a hat trick and assisted on three more goals in a win over Lacey.
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Michael Ottone, Freehold Township: The junior stopped 26 of 27 shots in a 1-1 tie with Paramus Catholic.
James O’Hara, Jackson Memorial: The freshman registered his 1st career victory with a 30-save effort against St. Rose.
John Gelatt, John Gutt & Jake LaRusso, St. John Vianney: The trio combined for 11 points and four goals in an opening night win over Red Bank Catholic.
Cole Schneider, Toms River North: The freshman logged 11 point on four goals and seven assists in three games.
John Meyer, Point Boro: The junior registered his first career shutout with 18 saves in a win over Brick Memorial.
Zach Yates & Patrick Murphy, Red Bank Regional: The duo combined for 11 points and seven goals in an opening night win over Edison.
Brandon Coyle, Toms River South-East: The junior scored two goals, including the game-winner in a victory over crosstown rival Toms River North.
Andrew Vinca, St. Rose: After suffering a freshman-year injury that has kept him sidelined, Vinca returned to the crease on opening night as a senior for his first career appearance as the full-time starter and made 30-saves in a 4-0 loss to CBA.
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