Darius Madison scored at both ends of the first half and paced La Salle to a 2-1 win over visiting Holy Ghost Prep in a nonleague boys’ soccer game Tuesday.
Madison scored five minutes into the game on a 25-yard direct kick and again with one minute remaining off an assist from Chris Pawlowski to give the Explorers a 2-0 halftime lead.
Steve Kelly held off the Firebirds with a six-save performance.
In other nonleague games:
Norristown came back from a 2-0 deficit with three goals in the second half and stunned visiting Ridley, 3-2.
Donald Naseef scored twice and Mamadou Barry chipped in with a goal for the Eagles, who got 11 saves from Brandon Parker.
Nick Morris notched an unassisted goal midway through the second half and lifted Father Judge past host Penn Charter, 2-1.
Emmanuel Kollie also scored for the Crusaders in the second half, tying the game, 1-1. Rob Frisky scored for the Quakers.
Junior forward Kyle McCord won a one-on-one encounter with St. Joseph’s Prep goalie Nick Bruno and led Haverford School to a 1-0 win over the visiting Hawks.
McCord scored unassisted after beating Bruno, who had nine saves. Max Kurtzman stopped five shots for the Fords.
Brandon Reichart scored in the 70th minute and pulled Christopher Dock into a 1-1 double-overtime tie with host Radnor.
Adam Moyer assisted on Reichart’s goal. Mike Superdock scored for the Red Raiders in the first half, but that was all Pioneers’ goalie David Brelsford would allow. Radnor goalies Ryan Devine and Kyle Furtaw combined for seven saves.
Cardinal O’Hara scored four times in the second half and handled host Franklin Towne Charter, 6-3.
Striker Jeff Signora paced the Lions with a hat trick, including a pair of goals in the second half. Nick Braulinger, Phil Lindsay and Matt Szkudlapski added goals, and Sean Rafferty had 13 saves for O'Hara.
Eric White picked up a pair of goals for Haverford High in a 4-0 win over host Academy Park.
Tony Baldini and Sam Billbrough also scored for the Fords, who scored three times in the second half and got a four-save performance from C.J. O'Fria.
Kenny Johnson scored twice to lead Abington Friends past host Calvary Christian, 7-0.
Danny Cipriano, Dan Feinberg, Joey Harding, Ray Longstreath and Mac Todman also scored for the Kangaroos, who got six saves from Ethan Ostroff.
Will Lee scored twice in the first half for Delco Christian, but visiting Conestoga rallied to beat the host Knights, 3-2.
Tarek Kerbag scored the game-winning goal with 10 minutes remaining and handed Franklin Learning Center a 5-4 season-opening win over visiting Swenson.
Kerbag’s second goal of the game broke a 4-4 tie. Teammate Koboi Warkpawolo each scored twice for the Bobcats.
Eric Anoh struck for a natural hat trick and finished with four goals to spark Martin Luther King to a 6-2 win over visiting Frankford.
Anoh gave the Golden Cougars a 3-0 lead in the first half. Kervens Mertus added a pair of goals for King. Eric Salguero tallied twice for the Pioneers.
Jeton Kupa converted a penalty kick in the first half and boosted Bodine past visiting Furness, 1-0.
Kupa’s goal came with 15 minutes left in the first half. Bobby Aphanasiasis preserved the shutout with five saves for the Ambassadors.
Roxborough jumped out to a 5-0 lead in the first half and dumped visiting Kensington, 7-0.
Moustaoha Doumbia led the Indians with a hat trick, while Markievus Fudge, Joseph Lettko, Edwing Paul and Rastson Paul-Fils contributed a goal each. Billy Murphy tossed the shutout in goal with five saves.
Nate Josephs and Jimmy McLaughlin scored seven minutes apart in the first half for Great Valley in a 2-1 win over visiting West Chester Rustin.
Nick Rohlrder scored in the second half for the Golden Knights, who got 10 saves from Grant Vasi. Dan Shackelton stopped 11 shots for the Patriots.
In another league game, Luke Lefebure scored all of his three goals in the first half and boosted West Chester Henderson to a 5-1 win over host Bishop Shanahan.
John Edwards and Jake Lister also found the range for the Warriors. Brendan Amicone scored for the Eagles.
Chris Sanford and Sean Treacy accounted for two goals each for Phil-Mont Christian in a 5-3 win over visiting Devon Prep.
Adam McNichol earned the win in goal with 10 saves for the Falcons.