Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Friday's boys' soccer roundup

T.J. Carson collected his third shutout of the season and anchored a defensive effort that led Williamstown to a 2-0 Tri-County Conference boys’ soccer win yesterday against visiting Delsea. Carson made 11 saves to help the Braves (6-2) stay close to Royal Division leader Clearview. Mike Altbaum scored the winning goal off an assist by Zaiere Putmon, and Jared Evans added a late insurance goal against the Crusaders (4-3-1).

Friday's boys' soccer roundup

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T.J. Carson collected his third shutout of the season and anchored a defensive effort that led Williamstown to a 2-0 Tri-County Conference boys’ soccer win yesterday against visiting Delsea.
Carson made 11 saves to help the Braves (6-2) stay close to Royal Division leader Clearview.
Mike Altbaum scored the winning goal off an assist by Zaiere Putmon, and Jared Evans added a late insurance goal against the Crusaders (4-3-1).

Also in the Tri-County, Salem’s Josh Smick scored in the first half and assisted Blake Reed’s winning goal with three minutes left in the second half, sinking visiting Glassboro, 2-1.


Highland’s 1-0 win over visiting Deptford was decided by Mike Panasiuk’s goal off a cross from Brian Cullen with 10 minutes left.


Kingsway also won, 1-0, beating host Cumberland with Steve McAllister’s first-half goal from Sean Neary.
Olympic. Cherry Hill East and host Washington Township battled to a scoreless tie as East goalie Mike Randall made four saves and the Minutemen’s Dan Hunsinger and Chris Lasoski combined for five saves.


Shea McGee’s second goal broke a 1-1 tie with 15 minutes remaining, sending host Seneca to a 3-1 win over Paul VI.

Bishop Eustace converted Alec Palmieri’s first-half goal and Tom Craig’s six-save goaltending into a 1-0 win at Camden Catholic.

Cherry Hill West spotted visiting Winslow Township a 1-0 halftime lead before rallying to win, 3-1, on goals by Harneet Bajwa, Trevor Sharpe (two assists) and Evan Taylor.

Shawnee, ranked No.7, edged host Pennsauken, 2-1, with the decisive goal by Eric Cutry. Ibrahim Alpha scored for the Indians.


Burlington County.

 Drew Turygan’s early goal and Tommy Potts’ six-save goaltending gave Bordentown a 1-0 success at Northern Burlington.

Friends Schools.

Moorestown Friends won its first league game, 3-2, with two goals in the final three minutes over Academy of the New Church. An own goal tied the game, and Kyle Koste netted the game-winner on a 25-yard shot with 2:13 to go.


Cape-Atlantic.

Unbeaten Buena (7-0) got first-half scores by StevanAustino, Dom Crowell and Josue Guadarrama and held on to clip visiting Cape May Tech, 3-2.


Wildwood Catholic senior M.J. Nestor dominated a 3-2 double-overtime win over visiting St. Joseph by scoring al three Crusaders goals. The game-winner was unassisted 6:17 into the second extra period.

Nonleague.

 Drew Geiger and Zach Smitk each had two goals and an assist as Woodstown knocked off host Triton, 4-1.

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