Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Twenty-fifth seeded Red Bank Regional beat Glen Rock, seeded eighth, 5-4 Monday night.
Bucs Varsity Hockey, seeded 25th going into states, pulled off a stunning 5-4 victory Monday night beating eighth-seeded Glen rock in the first round of the Public B tournament, according to NJ.com. The Red Bank Regional team broke the 4-4 tie when Drew Amato scored his third goal of the Feb. 25 game with 7:47 left to play, the article states. Senior Joe DelSordo, the Bucs' alternate captain, scored the remaining two goals. Scoring assists came from seniors Andrei Rjedkin (captain), Pat Schroll (captain) and Josh Suboyo along with Brian Lynch and Keith Guzman, according to Lana Rjedkin in an e-mail to Patch. Alternate Captain and senior Tim Vilardi helped out with two assists, Rjedkin tells Patch, adding that senior goalie A.J. Ostrander …
Monday, December 31, 2012
The varsity team tips the balance of wins in their favor this season with Saturday's victory.
Red Bank Regional's varsity hockey team has tipped the balance of wins this season in its favor with a victory Saturday over Manalapan. Goals by Bucs Joe DelSordo, Andrei Rjedkin and Keith Guzman gave the team its 3-1 win, according to hockey mom Lana Rjedkin who shared photos from the game with Patch. The team, which has 11 seniors and three sets of brothers playing, now stands 3-3 overall and 1-1 in the Shore Conference B North division for the season. The Bucs ended last season with a 3-2 overtime loss to the RFH Bulldogs in the Dowd Cup ice hockey tournament semifinals in February.
Wednesday, February 22, 2012
Will it be RFH... or RBR?
I'm ridiculous for even asking the question, right? Well, here, show your hometown Rumson-Fair Haven Bulldogs or Red Bank Regional Buccaneers your support by voting for them in this poll... even after the game is over.
Brothers Jack and Brian Lynch will play together in Wednesday's playoff game against Rumson-Fair Haven.
When the RBR Bucs varsity hockey team hits the ice Wednesday afternoon to compete in the Dowd Cup ice hockey tournament semifinals, it could be one of the last times two of its members gets to play together. Brothers Jack and Brian Lynch of Little Silver have been playing ice hockey since they were each six but this year marks the first that they are actually playing on the same team. The senior and freshman come from a long line of hockey players as both of their parents grew up in the Boston area and their father coached the RBR team for three years until 2008. Patch met up with the Lynch brothers, along with their dad Jay, before the team's practice on Tuesday at the Armory in Red Bank to get the lowdown on what it's like to play …
Monday, January 16, 2012
Concussion-ridden Red Bank battled mightily, but fell to Frozen Roses 4-2.
Red Bank Regional (6-5-1, 4-1-1 Shore "D") put up a good fight but was unable to stop the division-leading St. Rose Frozen Roses (14-2-0, 7-2-0 Shore "D") who defeated them 4-2 when the two teams clashed on the ice at Jersey Shore Arena in Wall Friday evening. The Bucs only had nine players in the game due to illness and injuries. F Drue Amato showed symptoms of mono and F Josh Suboyo, F Tim Vilardi and D Sam Maraschio were held out of the lineup with concussions, causing Red Bank to send out just two forward lines and three defenders. Pat McKerry scored for St. Rose near the end of the first, and Christian Phipps made it 2-0 less than a minute into the second. Red Bank answered with goals from Joe Franco (12) and Jack Lynch (2) to tie the…
Friday, January 13, 2012
Red-hot Red Bank hits the road for a Shore "D" showdown with St. Rose Friday night in Wall.
Editor's Note: Special thanks to RBR parent Igor Rjedkin for the use of the photos in the gallery above. All statistics are through 10 games. 5-4-1 overall, 4-0-1 Shore Conference "D" Division Ranked 84 among NJ high school teams by NJPowerRanking.com After losing the first three games of the season to tougher "C" division opponents Toms River East, Manasquan and Rumson-Fair Haven, the Bucs dropped down to games against their own "D" division opponents and fared better, defeating Marlboro, Ocean (twice) and Jackson Liberty. RBR visited Parsippany over the holiday break and beat them 4-3. If you're an Optimum subscriber, you can watch that game here. The Bucs are third in the Shore "D" with 11 points through 10 games. The duo of Joe Franco …
Sunday, December 4, 2011
Franco hat trick puts RBR up 3-0 after two periods, Toms River East overcomes deficit to win 5-4.
The Toms River East Raiders (1-0) came back from a 3-0 deficit to defeat the Red Bank Regional Buccaneers (0-1) by a score of 5-4 as both teams opened their seasons Saturday as the Red Bank Armory Ice Complex. Red Bank put together an early lead as junior Joe Franco scored twice in the first and once in the second for the first hat trick of the season. "The first goal was right off the faceoff, so I just got a kind of lucky bounce through the kid's legs," said Franco, assisted by Sam Marascio on the play. "The second one was on a breakaway, I faked a shot with my backhand and it went right in. The last one was a backdoor, nothing there but a great pass," said Franco, who was assisted by Joe DelSordo on both goals. RBR goalie Charlie Fox …