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Tuesday's boys' soccer roundup

Bishop Eustace’s Ben Keane deposited a goal early in the second half, and the Crusaders’ defense made it stand up for a 1-0 upset of previously unbeaten Lenape yesterday in Olympic Conference boys’ soccer. Eric Montinard provided the assist for Keane’s goal 12 minutes after halftime. Eustace goalie Taylor Edwards turned aside all six shots he faced from the Indians, ranked No. 5 in South Jersey by The Inquirer.

Tuesday's boys' soccer roundup

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Bishop Eustace’s Ben Keane deposited a goal early in the second half, and the Crusaders’ defense made it stand up for a 1-0 upset of previously unbeaten Lenape yesterday in Olympic Conference boys’ soccer.
Eric Montinard provided the assist for Keane’s goal 12 minutes after halftime.
Eustace goalie Taylor Edwards turned aside all six shots he faced from the Indians, ranked No. 5 in South Jersey by The Inquirer.

Also in the Olympic, David Lanza’s second goal of the season was scored off a pass from Kyle Jordan in the first half as Washington Township made it stand up for a 1-0 win over visiting Timber Creek. Dan Hunsicker and Chris Lasoski shared the shutout.

Burlington County.

Palmyra rebounded from its first loss of the season with a 6-0 victory over visiting Medford Tech. Ryan Butler and Ricardo Margolies scored two goals apiece, and Panthers goalie Tim Brett made seven saves.

Burlington Township took the lead with an own goal late in the first half, and secured its second win, 2-0, over visiting Maple Shade with an insurance goal by Bobby Foster.


Christian Luciano’s second goal of the game was the game-winner for New Egypt in a 4-1 win against visiting Willingboro. Chris Bette added a goal and an assist.

Cinnaminson sprinted past visiting Burlington City, 5-0, on the strength of Max DiLeo’s two goals; one each from Colin Lynch, Trevor Sotell and Eric Tricocci; and goalie Kevin Lynch’s two saves.


Colonial.

Haddon Township goalie Mickey Scabla needed just three saves to pin a 3-0 shutout on host Collingswood. Jay Casey, Chris Murphy and Nick DellaValle provided the Hawks’ goals.

Two goals each from George Gans and Bill Dollarton sent Haddon Heights past host Lindenwold, 6-0.


Cape-Atlantic.

St. Augustine’s fourth straight shutout and sixth in eight games was a 3-0 win at Hammonton in which Connor Hurff, Ryan McFadden, and Colin McFadden scored goals.


Justin Veltri’s corner kick with six minutes left in the second half resulted in a goal by Jimmy Smith, lifting Oakcrest to a 1-0 win over visiting Vineland. Goalie Mitch Friedel made nine saves for the shutout.


Millville also won by, 2-0, stopping visiting Ocean City with Zach Kranefield’s winning goal from Mike Chard in the 61st minute, and Scott Price’s insurance goal four minutes later.


Absegami tripped host Egg Harbor Township, 2-1, with first-half goals by Brolin Cruz and Eucario Solano. Ramiro Castillo assisted on a goal by EHT’s Timmy Sost, but it was the only shot to get past Braves goalie Ryan Taylor (10 saves).


Jason Schwab directed the Mainland offense in a 3-0 win over visiting Atlantic City, scoring one goal and assisting on the others by Austin Lemma and Stanley Malcolm. Lemma’s game-winner was a 12-yard shot.

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