Glassboro kept its Tri-County Conference boys’ soccer game at Pennsville alive yesterday on a tying goal off a defender with just 30 seconds to go in regulation, and claimed a 2-1 win with an overtime goal.
Justin Alvarado scored the goal in the extra period as George Ozturk assisted the game-winner. Pennsville got an early goal by Jordan Brank.
Northern Burlington battled host Cinnaminson to a 2-2 standoff. Northern took a 2-1 lead on goals by Nico Belardo and Erik Csontos, but the Pirates’ Max DiLeo knotted the score with 15 minutes left.
Rancocas Valley, ranked No. 1 in South Jersey by The Inquirer, got past upset-minded Burlington Township, 1-0. Scott Miller came off the visiting Red Devils’ bench with five minutes left and scored the goal from Sean Green’s throw-in with two minutes remaining.
Holy Cross (4-2) handed host Palmyra (5-1) its first loss, 2-0, with two goals by Brendan Reilly, including a penalty kick.
Delran’s Dominic Nocito connected on a 20-yard shot with 10 minutes to play and Delran squeezed past host Bordentown, 1-0.
Olympic. Eastern needed a goal by Nick Tierce with two minutes left in the second overtime to get past host Cherry Hill East, 1-0, and stay close to American Division leader Lenape. Vikings goalie Rich Strube made six saves.
Tyler Levengood assisted on two goals and Jeffrey Morgan scored twice, highlighting Timber Creek’s 4-1 win over visiting Seneca.
Shawnee’s 4-2 win at Winslow Township featured Shane Lavin’s two goals for the Renegades.
Louis Pera took a through-ball from Mike Rusie and scored on a 25-yard shot four minutes into overtime, lifting sixth-ranked Haddonfield past visiting Sterling, 2-1. Sterling’s Rob Grisko tied the game in the second half.
Jay Casey converted Chris Murphy’s assist into a goal in the first minute of overtime, locking up Haddon Township’s 1-0 thriller at Woodbury.
Seventh-ranked West Deptford improved to 5-1 with a 5-0 triumph at Collingswood in which Ryan Kelly and Jake Perry netted two goals each.
Scott Hummel’s breakaway goal 30 seconds before halftime was the game-winner for Hammonton in a 2-1 win over visiting Atlantic City.
Mainland also won a 2-1 thriller, edging visiting Lower Cape May with Austin Lemma assisting on two goals by P.J. Mussa.
Wildwood beat Cape May Tech for the first time, 2-1, in overtime when Brendon Phillips headed in the winning goal off Julio Rosas’ corner kick. The Warriors’ Scott Johnson tied the game with 10 minutes to play.
Balanced scoring produced goals by Ben Keane, Austin Lenart and Eric Montinard, offsetting a two-goal game by Moorestown’s John Taglienti and making host Bishop Eustace a 3-2 winner.