Friday, March 27, 2015

Wednesday's boys' soccer roundup

Hamed Badini scored all of Parkway Center City’s goals in a 4-2 Public League soccer win at Edison yesterday. Badini scored three of his goals in the first half. Jose Collazo and Erickson Santiago scored for the Owls.

Wednesday's boys' soccer roundup

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Hamed Badini scored all of Parkway Center City’s goals in a 4-2 Public League soccer win at Edison yesterday.
Badini scored three of his goals in the first half. Jose Collazo and Erickson Santiago scored for the Owls.
 

In other league games:

Karon Waters scored five minutes into the first overtime to give Germantown a 2-1 win at FitzSimons.

In what could be a preview of a playoff game, Guy Sipka’s second of two goals — with 20 minutes left in the second half — gave Washington a 2-2 tie at Central in a battle of perennial league powers. Nuri Bokreta scored both goals for the Lancers.

Riggers Feka had a goal and an assist for Northeast in a 3-0 win over visiting Masterman. Ahmed Tajan-Janneh and Rodrigo Reis also scored.

Dane Lawrence’s two goals were the difference for University City in a 3-1 win at Bok. Lawrence’s first goal tied the game at 1-1 with 20 minutes left, and his third goal made it 3-1.
Teammate Isaac Quiah scored what turned out to be the winning goal with 12 minutes left. The Jaguars are now 3-0.

Willie Geebil opened the scoring 13 minutes into the first half, and host Bartram coasted past Franklin Towne Charter, 4-1.

Nil Cludly-Pierre, a native of Haiti who speaks fluent French, was one of three Lamberton players who scored a pair of goals in an 8-1 win over visiting Douglas. The other two multiple goal-scorers were Trey Mason and Alfred Dunkley.
Lamberton is now 2-1.

George Jackson scored twice to help Mastbaum to a 4-2 win at Del-Val Charter.

Catholic.

Tom Baker scored three goals to power Archbishop Wood to an 8-0 win over visiting West Catholic and keep the Vikings (7-0 overall, 6-0 league) unbeaten. Baker, a junior, now has 16 goals on the season.


Suburban One National.

Steve Neumann finished off Erik Mazurkiewicz’s indirect kick with a goal, his second of the game, to give host Council Rock North a 2-1 win over Neshaminy. The Indians got 12 saves from goalie Phil Marks.


Eddie Adams scored in the 78th minute to give host Pennsbury a 1-0 win over William Tennent.


Suburban One Continental.

Hatboro-Horsham’s Chris Russomano scored a second-half goal to give his team a 1-0 win over visiting Central Bucks East. The goal came at the 47-minute mark and was started with a Derek Newsome counteract and a cross to Russomano. The Hatters (3-2-1, 2-2) got five saves from goalie Frank Pileggi.

Sean Bonner’s first-half goal gave North Penn in a 1-0 win at Central Bucks West.

Suburban One American.

Brandon Johnson scored from 35 yards out 20 minutes into the second half to give host Plymouth Whitemarsh a 2-1 win over Upper Dublin. Upper Dublin’s Ian Smith cut the lead in half 10 minutes later. Jimmy Garrison also scored for the Colonials.

Doug Roman scored twice for Cheltenham in a 4-0 win at Springfield (Montgomery County).

Sophomore striker Tommy Hayes scored his sixth and seventh goals of the season to give Upper Moreland a 4-0 win at Upper Merion.

Sepp Dasbach’s two goals highlighted Wissahickon’s 5-0 win at Norristown.

Pioneer Athletic.

Blake Emerson scored twice as Spring-Ford rolled to a 6-0 win at Upper Perkiomen.
Anthony Merchant and Jake Harringer each chipped in with a goal and an assist.

Perkiomen Valley broke open a close game with three second-half goals in a 4-1 win at Pottstown.

Nonleague.

 Sophomore striker Bassour Atakora’s seventh and eighth goals of the season were the difference for Church Farm in a 3-1 win at Valley Forge. Bobby Sharp also scored for the Griffins.
The Cadets got a goal from Dave Schwartz.

Girard College broke visiting Pine Forge’s <NO1>will<NO>spirit by scoring five first-half goals in a 6-1 win, led by Abubakkar Fofanah’s two goals and three assists.

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