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Pa.: Monday Boys' Soccer

Conwell-Egan’s Bill Castor found the range in spite of a fierce Lansdale Catholic defense and helped the Eagles come from behind to earn a dramatic Catholic League Blue Division soccer win at the United German Hungarian Club in Oakford Monday.

Pa.: Monday Boys' Soccer

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Conwell-Egan’s Bill Castor found the range in spite of a fierce Lansdale Catholic defense and helped the Eagles come from behind to earn a dramatic Catholic League Blue Division soccer win at the United German Hungarian Club in Oakford Monday.

Castor scored from 19 yards out with a minute left to give Conwell-Egan a 2-1 victory. As a result, the Eagles (8-2-2 overall, 7-2-1 league) moved past the Crusaders (6-4-1, 6-3-1) into second place in the division.

Sean Rooney gave Lansdale Catholic a 1-0 lead in the first half, but John Richards tied the game when he converted a goal from 55 yards out. Mike Keenan stopped 22 shots to earn the win in goal for the Eagles while Crusaders’ goalie Chris Takemori turned aside 15 shots.

Kennedy-Kenrick pulled into a tie with Lansdale Catholic by shading visiting Neumann-Goretti, 2-1. Matt Maloney scored five minutes into the second half to tie the game, and Dan Trice scored the game-winner 15 minutes into the second half. Ryan Kelly assisted on both goals for the Wolverines who got 10 saves from Nick Gremminger. Jules Lozzi scored for the Saints.

Andrew Bulman picked up a goal and an assist to lead Archbishop Carroll past host Cardinal Dougherty, 3-1. Emmett Filipelli and Mike Pedlow also scored for the Patriots who got four saves from Andrew Brouwers. Mitchell Ballah scored and Mike Dowling stopped eight shots for the Cardinals.

Tom Baker scored four goals and lifted Archbishop Wood past visiting West Catholic, 7-0. Baker, a junior forward, has 27 goals this season and is closing in on his school-record total of 29 collected last season. He is the Vikings’ all-time scoring leader.
Baker scored the first three goals and the fifth goal for the Vikings who scored five times in the second half. Nick Aguila and Matt Friends had two saves each while Chris Rosica, John Strecker and Mike Trodden also scored for Wood.

Public. Ray Melone earned a hat trick and Joseph Sesay assisted on all four goals for Franklin Towne Charter in a 4-0 win over visiting Philadelphia Academy Charter.  Melone scored the game-winner with 10 minutes left in the first half. Tyler Landis grabbed the shutout in goal with a six-save effort while Chargers’ goalie Evan Solitrin stopped five shots.

Oliver Quispe notched a hat trick and led Lincoln to a 6-0 win over visiting Olney. Quispe, a native of Bolivia, has five goals this season. Event Morris added a pair of goals, Gonsay Karto scored once and Ed Tomaszewski stopped seven shots in goal for the Railsplitters.

Catholic Red. Emmanuel Kollie scored the only goal Father Judge would need eight minutes into the game, and the Crusaders went on to beat visiting Archbishop Ryan, 3-0. Matt Keown assisted on the game-winning goal. Darius Gbunblee and Nick Morris added goals and Colin Sulpizsio stopped three shots to get the win in goal.

Pat Kardish notched a hat trick to lead St. Joseph’s Prep past host Cardinal O’Hara, 6-2. Kardish, a junior striker, scored twice in the second half and has six goals this season as does Rob Poli who added a goal. Joe Forcina and Pat McGlynn also scored for the Hawks who got 10 saves from Charlie Lewis. Jeff Signora and Matt Szkudlapski scored for the Lions who used 10 saves from Christian Canavarro.

Brian Nestel stopped 10 shots on goal for visiting Monsignor Bonner, but it wasn’t enough as La Salle got a pair of goals past him for a 2-0 victory.

Suburban One Continental. A.J. Androkites scored off an assist from Ian Smith in the seventh minute, and Dave Giannini kept Hatboro-Horsham off the scoreboard in a 1-0 Souderton victory.  Giannini stopped a pair of shots to earn his sixth shutout of the season.

Kevin Bailey and Dan Caya scored goals for Pennridge, but Central Bucks West scored with 15 minutes left in regulation to force a 2-2 double-overtime tie.

Keith Crews scored twice to lead Central Bucks South past host Quakertown, 5-2. Andrew Lawson, Jeff Reinhart and Jack Turchick also scored for the Rams while Chris Long and Brett Mikolai scored for the Panthers.

Suburban One American. Brandon Johnson scored the go-ahead goal with 10 minutes left to boost Plymouth Whitemarsh past host Upper Merion, 2-1. Kastro Fazliu scored for the Colonials and Sean Wu tallied for the Vikings. Will Ruppenthal stopped five shots to earn the win for PW.

Tommy Hayes scored twice to lead Upper Moreland to a 3-0 win over visiting Norristown. Goalies Tim Uveges and Kyle Walder did not face a shot while Mendekah Daramay added a goal and an assist for the Golden Bears.

Stefan Dasbach scored twice and Sepp Dasbach added a goal and an assist to hand Wissahickon a 4-0 win over visiting Springfield (Montgomery County). Bobby Beckett also scored for the Trojans who got three saves from Christian Knittel and two saves from Eric Riefenstahl. Bardia Nabet turned aside 17 shots for the Spartans.

Del-Val. Kevin Burke and George Schill scored goals for Interboro in a 3-0 win over host Glen Mills.

Pioneer Athletic. Jon Price struck for a hat trick and led Pottsgrove past visiting Pottstown, 10-0. Brian Price added a pair of goals and an assist, Kory Reddick chipped in with a goal and an assist, Alex Abdalla, Austin Ewers, Dylan Kunrath and Tyler Wood collected single goals and Remi Mark contributed three assists for the Falcons who got two saves from goalie Mike Brown.

Tri-County. Jackson Hughes came through with a goal and an assist to lead Kimberton Waldorf past host Mercy Vocational, 3-0. Hughes, a junior midfielder, assisted on a goal by Neal Schop to give the Cougars a 3-0 lead. Hughes got an assist from his brother, Gabe, on his goal and Egmont Gassert chipped in with a goal. Kristian Maestri secured the shutout in goal by stopping seven shots.

Woodlynde spread the scoring around and dumped host Wyncote Academy, 7-0. Ben Ludwick and Colin Reilly collected a goal and an assist each while teamates Seth Aquerelo, Riley Druger, Barrett Francis, Dillon Rogers and Nicky Saltzman also scored for the Warriors.

Nonleague. Dave Schwartz scored with 15 minutes left in regulation to pull Valley Forge into a 1-1 double-overtime tie with host Barrack Hebrew. Gabe Duec tallied for the Cougars in the second half. Michael Oden preserved the tie for the Trojans with eight saves while Evan Benedict handled the goaltending duties for Barrack.

Mike Caffarello scored in the 67th minute to hand St. Pius X a 1-0 win over host Penn Wood. Drew Gray assisted on the goal and goalie Paul Slegelmilch earned his fourth shutout of the season for the Winged Lions.

Church Farm got goals from Baffour Atakora and Russell Heim, but fell to visiting Devon Prep, 3-2.

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