Wednesday boys' soccer roundup

Howard Linn played all but the final 10 minutes in goal for Northeast in a 6-0 Public League win over visiting Southern, then moved up to forward and scored a goal to provide the highlight of the day for the Vikings (5-1).
Linn, a senior, scored Northeast’s sixth goal. It was the first of his career, making for some happy teammates.
“The team went wild,” was Northeast coach John Psoras said. Linn was one of six goal-scorers for the Vikings.

Freshman Joey Powell played a big part in Masterman’s 3-2 comeback with over visiting Olney.
The Blue Dragons (2-4) were down, 2-0, at the half when Powell assisted on Ty Martin’s two goals. Then Tyler Hunt delivered the game-winning goal with six minutes left off a feed from Zach Plona.
David Casasola and Brice Joseph scored first-half goals for the Trojans.

Leroy Mombo’s first-half goal stood up for Washington in a 1-0 win at Lincoln.
Emmanuel Acquoi assisted on the goal and the story of the game after that was the Eagles’ defense in front of goalie Tim McCrossen, who needed to make only one save for the shutout.
Washington is now 4-1-1 overall, 4-0-1 league.

Keishawn Daly scored three goals to power host Franklin Towne Charter past Fels, 5-0. John Leslie added a goal and an assist for the Coyotes (2-3).
Bill Carter also scored for Franklin Towne Charter.


Khristian Hall scored in the game’s 27th minute off a pass from Pablo Martinez to give North Catholic a 1-0 win over Father Judge in a battle of two of the Inquirer’s top 10 teams.
The No. 2-ranked Falcons (7-1-1, 5-0-1) got seven saves from goalie John McCarthy, while the No. 5-ranked Crusaders (7-1-1, 4-1-1) got three saves from Chris Swartz.

Neumann-Goretti used a youth movement to beat visiting West Catholic, 2-0. Freshman Michael Gallagher scored the first goal and Joseph Hatton, a sophomore, added the second to put the game away for the Saints (2-5-1).
Neumann-Goretti goalie John Cujdicki had 10 saves. The Saints are now 2-5-1.

Kennedy-Kenrick goalie Nick Gremminger benefitted from some stout defense in front of him by backs Alex Frederick and J.D. McGuire in a 4-0 win over Bishop McDevitt.
Sam Fernandez, Mike Gratzinger, Cody Ludwig, and Nick Poehland scored and Ryan Kelly had a pair of assists.

Tom Baker and Mike Trodden scored in the second half to give host Archbishop Wood a 2-0 win over Lansdale Catholic.
The Vikings’ Nick Aglira needed to make only four saves for the shutout. Trey Chamberlain set up Baker and Trodden with assists.
The Vikings are now 9-1 overall, 8-0 league. Lansdale Catholic got a good game from goalie Cameron Takemori (six saves).

Pat Hanna and Emmett Filipelli each had a goal and an assist for Archbishop Carroll in a 3-2 win over visiting Conwell-Egan.
Andrew Bulman also scored for the Patriots (5-5, 5-3), who got six saves in goal from Andrew Brouwers.

Suburban One Continental

Andrew Weyershauser scored on a penalty kick seven minutes into overtime to give Hatboro-Horsham a 1-0 win over visiting Quakertown. Goalie Tyler Munson kept the Panthers in the with 13 saves.

Fran Miller’s goal from 14 feet out with 19 minutes left gave Central Bucks East a 1-0 win over visiting Central Bucks West.

Suburban One American

Kevin Matthews had three assists for host Wissahickon in a 5-1 triumph over Upper Merion.

Suburban One National

Council Rock North, the top-ranked team in the Inquirer’s Top 10, needed second-half goals from Steve Neumann and Andrew Talbot to win at Abington, 2-0.

Pioneer Athletic

Pottsgrove needed second-half goals from Ethan Compton and John Price to win at Methacton, 2-1. Ricky Griffith scored the lone goal for the Warriors.

Jordan Baker and Taylor Dempsey each scored twice as Owen J. Roberts won at Pottstown, 7-2.

Chad Craig scored in the 78th minute off a throw-in to give Boyertown a 4-3 win at Phoenixville.

Mike Cafarella scored the second of his two goals with one minute left in regulation to give St. Pius X a 2-2 tie at Perkiomen Valley.
The two schools played two unproductive overtimes after that, thanks to some strong goalie play from Perkiomen Valley’s John Murphy and the Winged Lions” Paul Slegelmilch. Kristi Bello and Ian Rykaczewski scored for the Vikings.


Abubakkar Fofanah scored three goals and added two assists for host Girard College in a 6-2 win over Doane Academy. Jelahn Williams added a pair of goals for the Cavaliers (4-3), who also got 12 saves from goalie Danny Hun.


Spencer Ivey scored twice for Episcopal Academy in a 4-1 win at Abington Friends.
Sean McIntyre added a goal and two assists for the Churchmen, who handed the Kangaroos (6-1) their first loss of the season. Episcopal Academy goalie Hayden Walling had seven saves.

Chris Matusik controlled the midfield from his fullback position and goalie Alex Penman needed to make only three saves for Academy Park in a 4-0 win at Christian Academy.
Ibrahim Bio, Dillon Gross, Patrick Koiyan and Henry Mabande scored. Tucker Radkey turned back 11 of the 15 shots he faced in goal for Christian Academy.

Host Barrack Hebrew got two goals apiece from Tal Ben-Maimon and Gabe Duec in a 5-1 win over Stern Hebrew. Evan Levingston also scored for the Cougars.
Stern Hebrew’s lone goal came from Ben Aboudi in the second half. Evan Benedict had six saves in goal for Barrack Hebrew (6-0).

Nikko Laro’s goal in the 10th minute gave Peddie School (N.J.) a 1-0 win at George School.
Goalie Josh Rothberg needed to make only three saves for the shutout. George School goalie Jas Chojnowski saved eight of the nine shots he faced.

Eddie Lee scored two first-half goals for Hill School in a 3-0 win over visiting Pottstown rival West-Mont Christian. Ben Wong added a second-half goal for the Blues (4-3-1). Hill School goalie Ted Walter need only to make one save to post the shutout.

Freshman goalie Zach Steffen played well and benefited from four second-half goals as Malvern Prep rolled to a 4-0 win at Friends’ Central. Ian McLarney, Kenny DeStefano, Rory Magargee and Ben Maurey tallied the goals.

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