Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Haddonfield Boys' Soccer Milestone

The Haddonfield boys' soccer program won its 600th game Thursday when the Bulldogs beat Audubon, 8-1.

Haddonfield Boys' Soccer Milestone

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The Haddonfield boys' soccer program won its 600th game Thursday when the Bulldogs beat Audubon, 8-1.

Johnny Alemi, Abby Bah, Stephen Noll, Jared Novak, Luke Pease and P.K. Schlitt each scored a goal and Alex Johnston tallied two.

"The program's numbers speak for themselves," Haddonfield athletic director Lefty Banos said. "It can be considered as one of the most successful programs in South Jersey history.

"Haddonfield has established a great tradition. Haddonfield has always been considered a soccer town."

But Bulldog records aren't over, yet.

Joe Falana, the boys' soccer coach, is now five wins from his 600th career victory.

"If they run the table, on September 30 against Collingswood, Joe's alma mater," he will go for his 600th at Haddonfield, Banos said. - Bill Iezzi

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