Pa.: Friday Boys' Soccer

Cardinal Dougherty’s Joe Bozzelli made sure that the Cardinals would win their first boys’ soccer game of the season by getting involved in each goal Dougherty scored yesterday.

Bozzelli scored a goal and assisted on three others as the Cardinals tripped visiting West Catholic, 4-1, in a Catholic League Blue Division game.

Mitchell Ballah chipped in with a goal and an assist while Bob Brumbach and Carey Thomas picked up single goals. Joe Smith scored for the Burrs, but Dougherty goalie Mike Bowling stopped 12 other shots.

The Cardinals are 1-5 overall and league while West dropped to 0-5, 1-5 overall.

Steve Bomineilo scored the lone goal of the game with 10 minutes left in the first half and Bishop McDevitt held on to beat visiting Neumann-Goretti, 1-0.

Bomineilo’s goal came off an assist from Ryan Moffatt. Brian Frasca preserved the shutout for the Lancers by stopping 15 shots.

Matt DiLiegro collected the lone goal of the game two minutes into the second half and led Conwell-Egan past visiting Kennedy-Kenrick, 1-0.

Mike Keenan turned in four saves for the Eagles while Nick Gremminger stopped 13 shots for the Wolverines.

Jake Cunningham, Mark Finlan and Josh McManus accounted for goals and gave Lansdale Catholic a 3-0 win over host Archbishop Carroll.

James Pinder added a pair of assists and Cameron Takemori stopped four shots for the Crusaders.

Public. Edison scored twice in the second half and held off visiting Bok, 3-2.

Jose Collazo, Abimael Cruz and Erikson Santiago scored for the Owls while Ed Slueue scored twice for the Wildcats.

Lincoln netminder Ed Tomaszewski turned in a 15-save performance and preserved a 0-0 tie with visiting Bartram in a game between two unbeaten teams.

Lusene Donzo scored the first two goals in the first half and led University City past visiting FitzSimons, 4-1.

Sabir Taylor added a goal and an assist and teammate Isaac Quiah chipped in with a goal for the Jaguars. Karon Keene scored for the Rams.

George Jackson tallied twice and sparked Mastbaum to a 4-0 win over visitig Douglas.

Ahmed Mohamed and Jose Suchite also scored for the Panthers who got five saves from Suchite after a turn in goal.

Nil-Cludly Pierre scored twice and added an assist as Lamberton booted visiting Germantown, 6-2.

Aceon Davy contributed a goal and an assist while Alfred Dunkley, Terril Johnson and Trey Mason picked up single goals. Fred Shields kept the Bears out of range with eight saves.

Catholic Red. Freshman Kevin Lockhart scored the game-winning goal with 20 minutes left in North Catholic’s 3-1 win over host Monsignor Bonner.

The Falcons trailed at the half, 1-0, after Conor Canavan scored. But a pair of goals by Dan Micucci and Lockhart’s effort brought North back. Cal McCarthy held the Friars off with eight saves.

Suburban One National. Matt Montgomery, Askia Rumph and Sawyer Waters scored goals to give Pennsbury a 3-0 win over visiting Council Rock South.

Montgomery along with Kyle McDonald and Eddie Adams had assists for the Falcons.

Suburban One Continental. Chris Davidson, Mike Robinson and Sean Bonner contributed a goal and an assist each to lead North Penn past host Quakertown, 5-0.

Nick Bernitt and Curtis Washburn also scored for the Knights who got a combined shutout from Sean Murphy and Evan Thompson.

Dan Caya tallied twice to boost Pennridge past visiting Hatboro-Horsham, 4-0. Michael Gaito and Alex Stear also scored for the Rams.

Suburban One American. Matt Sabin connected for a goal and Plymouth Whitemarsh held off host Norristown, 1-0.

Sabin scored off an assist from Cameron Scott. Will Ruppenthal earned the shutout for the Colonials after stopping four shots.

Upper Moreland got goals from Johnathan Baez, Tyler Foerst and Tommy Hayes and edged visiting Upper Dublin, 3-2.

Menvekeh Daramay had two assists while Shane Cohen and Nate Kistner had single assists for the Golden Bears. Zack Pfeffer scored twice for the Cardinals.

David McEwen notched a hat trick and paced Upper Merion to a 3-0 win over visiting Springfield (Montgomery County). It was the first win of the season for the Vikings.

Two of McEwen’s goals came on penalty kicks. Upper Merion goalie Tom Schiliro worked for the shutout, stopping 15 shots.

Pioneer Athletic. Methacton raced to a 3-1 lead in the first half and got past visiting Pottstown, 4-2.

Josh Tagland scored twice for the Warriors,  who also got single goals from Matt Ahlberg and Ricky Griffith. Edwin Hernandez scored twice for the Trojans.

Jordan Baker ripped host Upper Perkiomen with four goals in the midst of a natural hat trick and led Pottsgrove to a 6-1 victory.
Jonathan Bush and Garrett Drumheller also scored for the Bobcats.

Bicentennial. Alex Martins brought Lower Moreland back from a 1-0 first-half deficit with a pair of goals and led the Lions to a 2-1 victory over host Phil-Mont Christian. Martins scored the game-winner with six minutes left in the game.

Friends Schools. Cameron Bentley and Gabe Haug each scored twice to spark George School to a 5-0 win over visiting Friends’ Central. Haug picked up an assist while Seumas Trull added a goal and two assists for the Cougars who got two saves from Jas Chojnowski. Gordon Lucoff turned aside 12 shots for the Phoenix.

Nonleague. David Simpson scored the last of his two goals off a flip throw-in by Edward Lauser with 10 minutes left in the game and lifted Ridley past host Academy Park, 4-3. Lauser, whose throw-ins were between 30 and 40 yards out, assisted on three goals and was credited with an own-goal.

Stanley Amah, Bobby Johnson and Patrick Koiyan scored for the Knights who got four saves from Alex Penman. John Kapo added a goal and Chris Raudabaugh stopped six shots for the Green Raiders.

Jake Woodward struck for two goals and an assist for Coatesville in a 4-1 win over host Glen Mills. T.J. Jappah added a goal and two assists while Yanni Sitsis stopped a single shot for the Red Raiders. Romulo Perez scored and Laquan Hayes stopped 15 shots for the Battling Bulls.

Garrett Hollenbach recorded his seventh straight shutout in goal and Faith Christian eased past host Lehigh Christian, 7-0.