Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Wenesday's boys' soccer roundup

Shawnee survived being a player short for the last five minutes of yesterday’s Olympic Conference boys’ soccer game as it battled visiting Cherokee to a 1-1 standoff in a meeting of top 10 teams. The Renegades (6-1-1), ranked No. 7 in South Jersey by The Inquirer, got on the board first with a 25-yard goal from Jesse Shea. Ninth-ranked Cherokee (3-2-1) came back and knotted the score with 12 minutes remaining as Brandon Tarzy headed in a cross from Dave Schlatter. Shawnee lost a player to a red card late in the second half but goalie Mike Hartman kept the Chiefs from scoring again.

Wenesday's boys' soccer roundup

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Shawnee survived being a player short for the last five minutes of yesterday’s Olympic Conference boys’ soccer game as it battled visiting Cherokee to a 1-1 standoff in a meeting of top 10 teams.
The Renegades (6-1-1), ranked No. 7 in South Jersey by The Inquirer, got on the board first with a 25-yard goal from Jesse Shea.
Ninth-ranked Cherokee (3-2-1) came back and knotted the score with 12 minutes remaining as Brandon Tarzy headed in a cross from Dave Schlatter.
Shawnee lost a player to a red card late in the second half but goalie Mike Hartman kept the Chiefs from scoring again.

Also in the Olympic, Shea McGee’s second goal of the game was a header off a throw-in in overtime that wrapped up Seneca’s 3-2 thriller at Winslow Township. The Eagles tied the game with 10 minutes left in regulation on Pat Nelson’s goal.
Cherry Hill West turned second-half goals by Ramadan Dayyan  and Connor Quigley into a 2-0 triumph at Paul VI.


Lenape rebounded from its first loss of the season with a 6-1 win at Triton in which Rocco Gambino and Marc Ruggia contributed two goals apiece.


Bishop Eustace stayed hot with a 2-1 success against visiting Cherry Hill East. Marc and Eric Montinard<NO1>brothers<NO> each scored in the first half.


Second-half goals by Brendan Quigley and Guy Shamir allowed Eastern to pull away from host Camden Catholic for a 3-0 win. Joe Bertucci’s corner kick set up Sean Viereck for the first-half goal, and Vikings goalie Scott Koehler made four saves.
Single goals by Jeff Tanski, Jeffrey Morgan and Guiseppe DeLuca carried Timber Creek past visiting Pennsauken, 3-0. Morgan also assisted on DeLuca’s game-winning goal, and Pennsauken stayed in the game with 20 saves from goalie Daquan DeSesso.

Burlington County.

 Bordentown needed Drew Turygan’s goal five minutes into overtime to get past host Holy Cross, 2-1. The Lancers tied the game on Triston Watson’s goal with 14 minutes to go.
Mayron Vieira’s two goals fueled Maple Shade’s 4-1 win over visiting Pemberton.

Tri-County.

 Penns Grove goalie Steve Mulligan made eight saves and helped the visiting Red Devils surprise Gloucester Catholic with a scoreless tie. Rams goalie Matt O’Brien had one save.
Kingsway secured a 4-1 victory at Deptford as Ryan Novzen scored a goal and assisted on another.


Eric Walmsley knocked in a rebound 15 minutes into the second half for the only goal Gloucester needed to win its first game, 1-0, at Wildwood. Warriors goalie Mike DeMayo made 14 saves.
Pitman goalie Steve Schuler anchored a 2-0 shutout at Clayton by making eight saves, and getting offensive help from goals by Josh Pacana and Kyle McAvinue.


Salem’s Josh Smick scored on a penalty kick and assisted Eddie Mahoney’s goal as the Rams beat host Schalick, 2-0.
Cumberland’s balanced attack produced single goals by Billy Boss, Kyle Mecouch, Tommy Morris, Mike Ordille and Jay Perticari for a 5-0 win over visiting Highland.
Cape-Atlantic. Brandon Anderson converted a penalty kick in the 12th minute, and Eddie Garcia-Reyes scored 14 minutes later, boosting Middle Township past host Cape May Tech, 2-0.
Wildwood Catholic handed visiting Pleasantville its first National Conference Division II loss, 3-0, as M.. Nestor scored twice.

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