Tuesday, September 1, 2015

N.J.: Saturday Boys' Soccer

Rob Urban set up Ryan Lynch for a goal with four minutes to play, lifting Cherokee to a 2-1 success over visiting Washington Township in the Olympic Conference.

N.J.: Saturday Boys' Soccer

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Rob Urban set up Ryan Lynch for a goal with four minutes to play, lifting Cherokee to a 2-1 success over visiting Washington Township in the Olympic Conference.

The Minutemen’s Dave Schlatter and Cherokee’s Jeff Schafer traded first-half scores.

Trevor Sharpe’s two goals fueled Cherry Hill West’s 4-1 victory at Triton.

Burlington County. New Egypt’s 4-0 win over visiting Riverside included a goal and an assist apiece from Mike Bette and Chris Bette. Rob Brown scored the other goals for the Warriors.

Tri-County. Steve Butenewicz scored twice and assisted on Joey Branco’s goal, guiding Delsea to a 3-1 win at Schalick.

Cape-Atlantic. With two minutes left in the second overtime, Vineland’s Randall Irion scored on a rebound to give the Clan a 3-2 thriller over visiting Wildwood Catholic.  Vineland rallied from a 2-0 deficit in the last 30 minutes, aided by Brian Browne’s tying goal with 12 minutes remaining.

Nonleague. Eastern’s win streak reached four games with a 1-0 shutout at Ocean City. Joe Bertucci scored the goal on a 25-yard direct kick in the 10th minute of the second half, and goalie Scott Koehler made five saves.

Egg Harbor Township built a 3-1 lead with goals by Bernie Somers, Timmy Sost, and Nathan Tomassone and nudged visiting Salem, 3-2.

Steve Schuler made five saves in goal, and Pitman (7-0) stayed unbeaten with a 3-0 shutout at Gateway.  The Panthers got second-half scores by Josh Pacana, Roy Langlois and Ryan Dill, who headed in the ball off a corner kick.

 

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