Boys' soccer roundup

Kennedy-Kenrick boys’ soccer coach Mike McKenna has struggled to keep his team competitive because of a lack of players and has been successful most of the time.
He may get more players than he knows what to do with after the Wolverines beat Lansdale Catholic in a Catholic League Blue Division game.
Matt Moloney scored twice in the second half and led Kennedy-Kenrick past the host Crusaders, 2-1.
Sean Rooney gave Lansdale Catholic (6-3-1, 6-2-1) a 1-0 lead in the first half, but Moloney tied the game with 16 minutes left in the game and notched the deciding goal with 30 seconds left off a head ball by Danny Price.
The Wolverines got seven saves from Nick Gremminger.

Shane Nicolo scored in the 21st and 29th minutes to help Conwell-Egan beat host Cardinal Dougherty, 3-0.
Matt DiLiegro scored his 11th goal of the season seven minutes into the game to give the Eagles a 1-0 lead.
Mike Keenan kept the Cardinals off the board with four saves.

Tom Baker and Mike Trodden each earned hat tricks and led Archbishop Wood past host Neumann-Goretti, 9-1.
Carlo Barrera, Chris Rosica and John Strecker picked up single goals for the Vikings who got a combined seven saves from Nick Aglira and Matt Friend. John Cudjik stopped 12 shots and Austin West scored for the Saints.


Ari Fish connected for the winning goal with 15 minutes left and boosted Central past visiting Fels, 3-2.
Vahe Israelym added a pair of goals for the Lancers who got four saves from Angel Weslowski. Musa Kamara and Theara Lanh scored for the Panthers.

Event Morris struck for a goal with four minutes left in the game and handed Lincoln a 1-0 win over visiting Masterman.
Gonsay Karto assisted on the goal. Ed Tomaszewski stopped eight shots and recorded his third shutout of the season for the Railsplitters.

Mastbaum spread the scoring around and beat visiting FitzSimons, 6-2.
The Panthers got goals from Leroy Duncan, Ahmed Mohamed, Justin Phann, Granfort Rodgers and Jose Suchite to back the six-save goaltending of Abdul Zidan. Najee Rose and Lamar White scored for the Rams.

Patrick Kurtz came through with two goals and three assists for Parkway Center City in a 5-0 win over visiting Germantown.
Eshban Sarfraz also scored twice and Ryan Rowan added a goal for the Hoyas who won their third-straight game. Joseph Rodriguez stopped one shot and Pat McNally faced none in goal for Parkway.

Northeast exploded for five goals in the first half and tripped visiting Olney, 6-0. Riggers Feka notched a hat trick and an assist.
Ahmed-Tejan Janneh added two goals and two assists and Kaysom McKenzie chipped in with a goal for the Vikings who used a six-save effort from goalie Howard Lynn to post the shutout.

Catholic Red.

Sophomore Nick Battaglia scored the first three goals of his career and sparked Father Judge to a 7-0 win over host Monsignor Bonner.

Tim Stahl’s two goals, both on penalty kicks, were the difference for Archbishop Ryan in a 3-1 win at North Catholic. Dan Panepresso’s goal came with two minutes left and the Raiders up, 2-1.
Pablo Martinez scored for the Falcons.
Kevin Bushback contributed a pair of goals while Ray Jimenez and Matt Keown chipped in with single goals.
Colin Sulpizio stopped two shots to earn the shutout in goal for the Crusaders.

Suburban One National.

Anthony Manero scored six minutes into overtime and gave Council Rock North a 2-1 win over visiting Council Rock South.
Nick Becker assisted on the game-winner and scored a goal of his own in the second half. Phil Marks got the win in goal after stopping eight shots.

Suburban One Continental.

 Miguel Diaz scored 17 minutes into the game and Centrtal Bucks East held on to beat host Central Bucks South, 1-0.
Fran Miller fed Diaz with a pass from the right side which Diaz converted from 8 yards out. Shane Donovan pitched the shutout in goal with four saves for the Patriots while Eric Cohen stopped seven shots for the Titans.

Mike Robinson scored the game-winnig goal with 15 minutes left in the game and lifted North Penn past host Pennridge, 2-1.
Judd Wolf assisted on the game-winner and Brendan Gorman added a goal for the Knights who got a combined 14 saves from Sean Murphy and Evan Thompson. Tyler Henry scored for the Rams.

Matt Sutorius, Bryan Werner and Sam Wilde scored goals to give Central Bucks West a 3-0 win over visiting Hatboro-Horsham.
Wilde broke the ice with a goal in the first minute of the game off an assist from Andrew Carroll. Ray Downs stopped three shots for the Bucks while Frank Pileggi stopped five shots for the Hatters.

Suburban One American.

 John Truman scored from 18 yards out with five minutes left in the first half and pulled Springfield (Montgomery County) into a 1-1 double-overtime tie with visiting Plymouth Whitemarsh.
Brandon Johnson scored off an assist from Matt Saban midway through the first half to give the Colonials a 1-0 lead. Will Ruppenthal turned asiode six shots for PW.

Pioneer Athletic.

Mike Brown stopped 10 shots for Pottsgrove as did Spring-Ford goalie Jeremy Mulders in a 0-0 tie.

Ricky Griffith scored twice in the first half and led Methacton past host St. Pius X, 2-0.
Scott Shelton assisted on the first goal and the second scored on a direct kick from 23 yards out. Scott Markle stopped five shots to earn the shutout in goal for the Warriors.

Freshman Drew Vernon scored twice and led Perkiomen Valley to a 5-0 win over host Upper Perkiomen.
Vernon is leading scorer for the Vikins who also got goals from Mike Chen, Jacob Eastman and Nick Koffel. John Murphy collected three saves and earned his fourth shutout for Perkiomen Valley.


Alex Martins scored twice and boosted Lower Moreland to a 4-0 win over visiting Calcary Christian.
Kevin Choi and Mike McKenna also scored for the Lions.

Friends Schools.

 Sam Marks scored his first varsity goal and Evan Seltzer scored twice in the second half to to lift Shipley past visiting Westtown, 3-0.
Nick Irvine stopped four shots to pick up the shutout for the Gators.

Walter Lomax scored twice and paced George School to a 4-0 win over visiting Friends Select.
Seumas Trull added a goal and an assist, Devon Pinkus chipped in with a goal, Zack Kimelheim had an assist and Jas Chojnowski picked up his second shutout after stopping three shots. The Falcons got 16 saves from Eric Gottschalk.


Alvaro Tabuenca scored the game-winning goal with eight minutes left in the game and led Phelps past host Woodlynde, 3-2.
Sam Namlouk also scored for the Lions who got 17 saves from Browney VanSant. Colin Reilly scored twice and Eli Fisher stopped 11 shots for the Warriors.

Freshman Freddie Wachter collected his 17th and 18th goals of the season to lead West-Mont Christian to a 4-1 win over visiting Collegium.
Micah Suliman stopped three shots on goal for the Wings.


Jose Sandoval scored with seven minutes left in a second-overtime period and handed Phoenixville a 1-0 win over visiting Garnet Valley.
Brendan Farrell assisted on the goal and Ryan Lantzy turned aside seven shots for the Phantoms.

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