ROUNDUP: Point Boro, Point Beach Win
Other Shore Conference scores
Point Pleasant Beach 40, Keansburg 0: Danny Tighe scored a 69-yard touchdown for the host Garnet Gulls (6-0) and scored twice more as they beat the visiting Titans (4-2).
Tighe returned an interception 32 yards for a touchdown and scored from 4 yards out before halftime for Point Beach.
Jake Fioretti threw two touchdown passes and Andre Cochran ran 8 yards for a score for the Gulls.
Point Pleasant Boro 21, Manchester 7: Ryan Prout, Dan Nobbs and Chris Oliphant rushed for touchdowns for the host Panthers (4-2), as they beat the Hawks (0-6). Oliphant also completed 3 of 9 passes for Point Boro.
Colts Neck 31, St. John Vianney 6: Anthony Garguilo rushed for two touchdowns and Mike Campbell rushed for a touchdown and passed for another as the Cougars (5-0), who beat the host Lancers (2-3) in Holmdel.
Steve Callari ran a kickoff back 96 yards for a touchdown for St. John Vianney.
Red Bank Catholic 43, Holmdel 12: Chris Whitlock returned a punt 53 yards for a touchdown and recovered a blocked punt in the end zone for another as the visiting Caseys (5-0) took a 14-6 lead en route to victory over the Hornets (0-5).
Josh Klecko returned an interception 37 yards for a score, quarterback Pat Toomey ran 26 yards for a touchdown, Larry Redaelli also scored for Red Bank Catholic.
Matt Dixon caught a pass from Robbie Cantelli for a 57-yard touchdown and Ryan Nolan scored from 9 yards out for Holmdel.
Barnegat 16, Central 7: Pat Moran kicked a 32-yard field goal midway through the third quarter and Ed Santiago scored from 5 yards out with 2 minutes left to seal the victory for the visiting Bengals (3-2) over the Golden Eagles in Bayville.
Manny Bowen caught a pass from Michael Drumwright for a 44-yard touchdown to open the second half and give Central (2-3) a 7-6 lead. Quarterback Cinjun Erskin put Barnegat on the board with a 1-yard score in the second quarter.
Toms River North 30, Brick Memorial 25: Carmen Sclafani ran for a 68-yard touchdown to put the host Mariners (4-1) ahead for good as
they handed the Mustangs (5-1) their loss of the season.
Sclafani also had touchdowns of 1 and 2 yards, Joey Fields scored from 3 yards out and Chris Gulla kicked a 33-yard field goal for Toms River North.
Ryan Cieplinski scored touchdowns of 9 and 2 yards, and Mike Basile scored on runs of 20 and 43 yards for Brick Memorial.
Toms River South 12, Jackson Memorial 7: Otis Kearney scored two touchdowns and rushed for 250 yards as the visiting Indians (2-3) defeated the Jaguars (1-4).
Kearney took the handoff on the opening play of the game and ran 80 yards for a touchdown.
Rumson-Fair Haven 31, Raritan 10: Travis Clark scored three touchdowns, including one from 49 yards out, as the host Bulldogs (5-0) beat the Rockets (0-6).
Jake D’Amelio kicked a 25-yard field goal, and quarterback Danny Roberto threw a 2-yard touchdown pass to Clark for Rumson.
Manalapan 55, East Brunswick 12: Mike Isabella passed for 178 yards and four touchdowns as the host Braves (4-0) beat the Bears.
Mike Leonetti rushed for 215 yards and two touchdowns for Manalapan.
Brick 28, Toms River East 27: The Dragons (1-5) rallied to overcome the visiting Raiders (1-4) for Brick’s first victory of the season.
Monsignor Donovan 42, Pinelands 0: The Griffins (4-1) got three touchdowns from Grant Klimek and two more from Vincent Grasso as they rolled past the host Wildcats (0-6).
Middletown South 41, Freehold Township 12: Eli Smith caught a touchdown pass and rushed for three more scores as the host Eagles (4-1) beat the Patriots (0-5).
Middletown North 27, Marlboro 13: Cody Thompson passed for a touchdown
and rushed for another and Jared Mosier rushed for two scores as the Lions (1-4) beat the visiting Mustangs (2-3) for their first victory of the season.
St. Joseph-Metuchen 24, Howell 20: The Rebels (0-5) took a 20-17 lead in the fourth quarter, but were unable to hold off the visiting Falcons (4-2).