Tuesday's boys' soccer roundup

It probably hasn’t happened in the annals of PIAA soccer, but brother beat brother to earn his 300th career victory yesterday.
West Chester Henderson coach Mike Lorback beat West Chester East and his brother, Todd, 1-0, in a Ches-Mont League game to reach the milestone.
Adam Matteo scored the lone goal of the game 9 minutes, 7 seconds into the first half, and Kyle Morton stopped a pair of shots to preserve the win for Lorback, who also coached at Conestoga. Pasha Ransford turned aside 19 shots for W.C. East.
Jamison McMain and Conor Malarney accounted for the goals to give West Chester Rustin a 2-0 win over host Kennett.
Eric Anderko earned the shutout in goal for the Golden Knights with three saves while Blue Demons’ goalie Greg Danchik stopped five shots.

Connor Keenan stopped seven shots for Downingtown East, but allowed visiting Downingtown West to score a goal in the second half for a 1-0 victory.
Whippets’ goalie Bob Rosato stopped five shots.


 Mustapha Alpha, a junior from Sierra Leone, handled the bulk of Bodine’s offense with four goals and led the Ambassadors past visiting Franklin Learning Center, 5-2.
Erald Aliaj entered the game for a defender and assisted on a pair of goals to create a 2-2 tie by halftime.
He has eight goals in six game. Danny Gron also scored for Bodine while Martin Quinn and Patrick Soares scored for FLC (4-1, 4-1). The Ambassadors moved past the Bobcats into second place.

Daqun Thomas scored twice and led Boys’ Latin past host Engineering andScience, 4-2.
Oumar Diawara and Nabieu Sesay also scored for the Warriors while Abukubar Mohammed and Emmanuel Saie tallied for the Engineers.

Solomon Zoegar scored a goal in the first half and manned the goal in the second half for Division B-leading Prep Charter in a 4-0 win over host Swenson.
Jerome Horton, Pisitr Hour and Adrian Suryajaya also scored for the Huskies who got six saves from Johnny Longo in the first half.

Phung Bao and Tevorith Strong each scored twice to lead Furness to a 6-1 win over host Kensington.
Jose Corona also scored for the Falcons while Javier Delgado found the range for the Tigers.

Catholic Red.

St. Joseph’s Prep was victimized by an own goal in the second half and lost to visiting La Salle, 2-1.
Chris Pawloski scored for the Explorers in the first half and Rob Poli tallied for the Hawks in the second half.


 Momadu Slawur scored the lone goal of the game 14 minutes into the second half and handed Lower Merion a 1-0 win over host Upper Darby.
Emmitt McConnel stopped six shots for the Aces while Royals’ goalie Andrew Flood turned aside five shots.

Mike Gonzalez scored off a cross from his brother, Andrew, and Conestoga edged host Harriton, 1-0.
Mike Gonzalez scored on a header with 20 minutes left in the game. Sergio Gomez tossed the shutout in goal by stopping five shots while Dan Cooke turned aside 14 shots for the Rams.


 A header by Max Sumo in the 73d minute gave Penn Wood a 2-1 win over visiting Academy Park.
Henry Mabande gave the Knights a 1-0 lead in the first half, but Teddy Akoi tied the game in the 62d minute before Victor Ripka assisted on Sumo’s goal.
Jean-Claude Keita stopped three shots for the Patriots while Alex Penman turned aside four shots for Academy Park.

Pioneer Athletic.

 Anthony Merchant earned a hat trick and led Spring-Ford past visiting Pottstown, 7-3.
Will Kelleher also scored for the Rams who held a 3-1 lead at halftime. Paolo Chavarria scored twice and Edwin Hernandez chipped in with a goal for the Trojans.


 Andrew Fletcher and John Laprise collected second-half goals for Devon Prep in a 2-1 win over visiting Lower Moreland.
Rich Glikes assisted on Fletcher’s game-winning goal and Justin Wickershaw stopped 10 shots to earn the win in goal. Bob Leonard scored and Jeremy Gieger stopped six shots for the Lions.

Delco Christian got goals from Will Lee and Johnny Markland and the Knights dropped host Holy Ghost Prep, 2-1.
Nick Mascioli turned aside 11 shots to get the win in goal for Delco Christian. Kyle Klein scored for the Firebirds.

Friends Schools.

 Jon Riles picked up two goals and an assist to spark Academy of the New Church to a 7-1 win over host Friends Select.
Blake McCurdy added a pair of goals, Ethan Baker accounted for a goal and two assists, and Jack Clauser along with Steven Maurer contributed single goals.
Sam Winnard scored for the Falcons who got 12 saves from ERic Gottschalk. Kellen Ayers stopped a pair of shots for the Lions.


 Freddie Wachter scored twice and Michael Walsh added a goal to give West-Mont Christian a 3-0 win over visiting Kimberton Waldorf.
Mica Suliman stopped two shots to shut out the Cougars.

Yazan Muasher picked up a pair of goals and boosted Del-Val Friends to a 6-0 win over visiting Mercy Vocational.
Also scoring for Del-Val was Dylan Badawy, Ben Goldner, Peter Gould and Joseph Trabucco. Tyler Bryant earned the shutout in goal by stopping nine shots.

Peter Mayer and Nick Saltzman each scored twice to lead Woodlynde past visiting Wyncote Academy, 7-0.
Ted Dorsz, Trey Dixon and Colin Reilly also scored for the Warriors.


Scott Shelton notched the game-winning goal 15 minutes into the second half and led Methacton past visiting Upper Moreland, 3-2.
Shelton’s goal came off a rebound. Ricky Griffith and Dom Santoleri also collected goals while Scott Markle stopped 11 shots for the Warriors. Tommy Hayes scored both goals for the Golden Bears who got a combined five saves from Tim Uveges and Kyle Walder.

Kevin Bailey struck for a pair of goals and lifted Pennridge past host Upper Dublin, 4-1.
Andrew Gross and Chris Walker also scored for the Rams who got seven saves from Aaron Rapsinski.

Chestnut Hill Academy grabbed a 1-0 lead four minutes into the game, but Germantown Friends rallied to score four goals over a 12-minute span covering the first and second halves and beat the host Blue Devils, 4-1.
Manolo Sanchez scored twice while Henry Bushnell and Jason Symonette struck for single goals for the Tigers.<NO1> Andrew Greenspoon scored for CHA, but GFS goalie Jay Query turned aside another three shots.

John Anderson notched a hat trick and led Coatesville to a 4-0 win over host Harry S. Truman.
T.J. Jappah added a goal, Jake Woodward contruibuted three assists and Yanni Sitsis stopped a pair of shots for the Red Raiders.

William Amoyaw and Julio Bernal each scored twice to boost Church Farm past host Glen Mills, 6-0.
Bobby Sharp added a goal and two assists and Kyle Casey chipped in with a goal for the Griffins who got an 11-save effort from Chad Pohlig. Reshawn Robinson stopped eight shots for the Battling Bulls.

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