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Thursday's boys' soccer roundup

Apparently, a 2-0 deficit in the first half means nothing to the Boys’ Latin soccer team. The Warriors shook it off and scored the next four goals to stun visiting Furness, 4-3, in a Public League game yesterday. Nabieu Sesay scored twice while Yhisua Gomez and Jonathan McDowell each scored single goals to give Boys’ Latin a 4-2 lead. McDowell scored the game-winner with 20 minutes left in the game when he headed a corner from Oumar Diawara into the goal. Sesay’s goal came on a left-footed free kick from 25 yards out to give the Warriors a 3-2 halftime lead. Jose Corona tallied twice and Nazar Khan added a goal for the Falcons. Boys’ Latin goalie Khalil Baxter turned aside six shots.

Thursday's boys' soccer roundup

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Apparently, a 2-0 deficit in the first half means nothing to the Boys’ Latin soccer team.
The Warriors shook it off and scored the next four goals to stun visiting Furness, 4-3, in a Public League game yesterday.
Nabieu Sesay scored twice while Yhisua Gomez and Jonathan McDowell each scored single goals to give Boys’ Latin a 4-2 lead. McDowell scored the game-winner with 20 minutes left in the game when he headed a corner from Oumar Diawara into the goal.
Sesay’s goal came on a left-footed free kick from 25 yards out to give the Warriors a 3-2 halftime lead. Jose Corona tallied twice and Nazar Khan added a goal for the Falcons. Boys’ Latin goalie Khalil Baxter turned aside six shots.

In other league action:

Jerome Horton broke a 1-1 tie with a second-half goal and handed Prep Charter a 2-1 win over host Martin Luther King.
Johnny Longo assisted on the goal with 20 minutes left in the game. Horton was also credited with an own goal by the Golden Cougars. Pete DelVecchio preserved the victory by stopping eight shots.

Jeton Kupa scored twice and led Bodine past visiting Kensington, 4-0.
Chelin Ayala and Mark Mausih also scored for the Ambassadors who got a win in goal from Bob Athanasiasis.

Koboi Warkpawolo notched a hat trick and led Franklin Learning Center past visiting Roxborough, 6-2.
Edinjo Stroka added two goals and Tarek Kerbag scored a goal for the Bobcats.

Eric Salguero scored twice and Daniel Juarez added a goal to give Frankford a 3-1 win over host Swenson.
Salguero scored the first and third goals for the Pioneers. Marcus Santos found the range for the Lions.

Catholic Red.

 Tom Cugliotta and Tolani Ibikunle scored in the first half and Rob Poli added a pair of second-half goals to give St. Joseph’s Prep a 4-0 win over host Monsignor Bonner.
Ibikunle added an assist and Charlie Lewis turned aside four shots for the Hawks. Poli’s goals were scored five minutes apart early in the second half.

Suburban One Continental.

 Fran Miller’s goal in the first half turned out to be the game-winner for Central Bucks East in a 3-0 decision over host Quakertown.

Miller assisted on a goal by Steve Adams in the second half to give the Patriots a 2-0 lead. Eric Vare closed out the scoring later in the half. Shane Donovan did not have to face a shot to earn the shutout.

Brendan Gorman broke a 1-1 tie with a goal off a cross in the 42d minute and lifted North Penn to a 3-1 win over visiting Hatboro-Horsham.
Gorman’s goal came between a pair of goals from Chris Davidson. Ryan New scored for the Hatters who got seven saves from Frank Pileggi. Sean Murphy stopped four shots for the Knights.

Del-Val.

 Kevin Burke earned a hat trick and led Interboro past host Academy Park, 8-0.
Carl Forrest and George Schill added a pair of goals each and Ryan Robison chipped in with a goal for the Bucs who got six saves from Mark Whitam. Alex Penman and Elvis Kannah combined for nine saves for the Knights.

Ches-Mont.

Ryan Bradbury and Robert Faccenda picked up unassisted goals and lifted Downingtown East to a 2-0 win over host Avon Grove.
Connor Keenan kept the Red Devils off the board with a pair of saves and Matt McCutcheon turned aside five shots for Avon Grove.

Jamie Zavala struck for a pair of goals and led Kennett to a 4-2 win over visiting Oxford.
Roberto Silva and Jake Tully also scored for the Blue Demons who got a pair of saves from Greg Danchik. Chris Marchand and David Tapia scored for the Hornets.

Nate Josephs scored twice and Adam Boehr added a goal to give Great Valley a 3-0 win over visiting Sun Valley.
Josephs’ first goal came when he headed in a corner kick from Mike Chawaga midway through the first half. Boehr scored 13 minutes into the second half and Josephs scored again two minutes later.
Dan Shackleton and Drew Manning combined for five saves for the Patriots while Nick Curry and John Becker stopped 19 shots for the Vanguards.

Bicentennial.

Curtis Glover and Kevin Seibert scored in the first half to lift Phil-Mont Christian to a 2-0 win over visiting Plumstead Christian.
Glover’s goal came off an assist from George Strock and came 10 minutes before Seibert’s goal. Adam McNichol stopped six shots for the Falcons.

Tri-County.

Daniel Saltz and Adam Wachs each scored twice to give Barrack Hebrew a 6-0 win over host Mercy Vocational.
Daniel Saewitz and Etan Weinstein also scored for the Cougars who got a combined three saves from Evan Benedict and Dave Duec.

Nonleague.

Mike Pinover, Ibrahim Kamara and Evan Miller scored their first career goals for Germantown Friends in a 7-0 win over visiting Penn Wood.
Manolo Sanchez added a pair of goals, Marcelo Osorio-Soto contributed a goal and two assists and Jason Symonette chipped in with a goal.
Jay Query stopped one shot to earn the shutout in goal for the Tigers while Patriots’ goalie Jean-Claude Keita stopped six shots.

Kenny Johnson and Mac Todman collected second-half goals to spark Abington Friends to a 2-0 win over visiting Perkiomen School.
Ethan Ostroff stopped four shots for the Kangaroos while Indians’ goalie Jay Owens turned aside 12 shots.

Faith Christian got goals from Felipe Ferreira and Chris Makowski to beat host Palisades, 2-0.
Makowski headed a corner kick by Alex Stoneback into the net 14 minutes into the game and Ferreira volleyed a Stoneback cross into the net with 15 minutes left in the game.
Garrett Hollenbach stopped two shots for the Lions who earned their fifth shutout of the season.

 

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