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Pa.: Tuesday Boys' Soccer

Great Valley needed some scoring help in the second half of its Ches-Mont League game with visiting Kennett and got it from Adam Boehr. Boehr connected for a second-half hat trick and led the Patriots past the Blue Demons in double overtime, 3-2.

Pa.: Tuesday Boys' Soccer

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Great Valley needed some scoring help in the second half of its Ches-Mont League game with visiting Kennett and got it from Adam Boehr. Boehr connected for a second-half hat trick and led the Patriots past the Blue Demons in double overtime, 3-2.

Kennett grabbed a 2-0 lead on goals by Jake Tully and Alejandro Zavala in the first half, but Boehr came through in the second half, tying the game with 20 minutes left in regulation and won the game 2 minutes, 45 seconds into the first overtime.

Dan Shackleton stopped five shots to earn the win in goal and Greg Danchik turned aside 10 shots for Kennett.

Felix Mondragon scored on a breakaway from 30 yards out with 10 minutes left in the game and handed Avon Grove a 1-0 win over visiting West Chester East.

Jake Woodward scored twice and led Coatesville past visiting Bishop Shanahan, 3-0. Woodward, a senior forward, opened the scoring eight minutes into the game and has 10 goals this season. T.J. Jappah added a goal and John Anderson had two assists while Yanni Sitsis stopped four shots including a penalty kick.

Jake Kippel and Jamison MacMain each scored twice to lead West Chester Rustin to a 7-1 win over host Sun Valley. Stephen Brown, Tom McCutcheon and Nick Rohleder contributed single goals and Conor Malarney chipped in with a pair of assists. Eric Anderko stopped six shots for the Golden Knights while Nick Curry had 10 saves for the Vanguards.

Public. Kervens Mertus scored twice in the second half and boosted Martin Luther King to a 3-2 win over visiting Franklin Learning Center. Eric Anoh also scored and assisted on Mertus’ game-winning goal in the 62d minute. Dritan Cenka tallied twice for the Bobcats.

Furness converted a pair of penalty shots in the second half and beat host Roxborough, 3-2. Harry Bun scored twice in the second half and Phung Bao scored the game-winner with 15 minutes left in the game.

Ernesto Trouillot came through with four goals and lifted Swenson past host Kensington, 7-2. Shawn Phillyaw added a pair of goals and Marcus Santos notched a goal for the Lions. Javier Delgado and Tom Wright scored for the Tigers.

Rucleese Blanc ripped visiting Engineering & Science for five goals and led Frankford past the Engineers, 9-1. Joseph Cooper added a pair of goals while Wendall Forbes and Eric Salguero picked up single goals.

Inter-Ac. Voltaire Escalona picked up a hat trick and sparked Germantown Academy to a 4-2 win over host Episcopal Academy. Ben Wysocki also scored for the Patriots who got three saves from Dan Hoy. Milton Ricco Berrera scored twice for the Churchmen who got seven saves from Hayden Walling.

Michael Blechschmidt and Ray Vandergrift scored in the second half to give Penn Charter a 2-1 win over visiting Chestnut Hill Academy. Peter Adubato scored in the first half for the Blue Devils.

Ben Maurey scored in the first half and Ryan Bonner scored in the second half to lead Malvern Prep past host Haverford School, 2-0. Maurey scored on a breakaway. The Fords failed to get a shot off against Zach Steffan and Connor Kelly stopped five shots for Haverford.

Central. Joe Gangl scored the last of his two goals on a free kick in overtime and gave Radnor a 2-1 win over host Haverford High.

Kelsey Beck-Cullen stopped six shots for Strath Haven and Andrew Flood turned aside three shots for Upper Darby in a 0-0 double-overtime tie. Gangl’s first goal tied the game in the second half for the Red Raiders.

Bicentennial. Nico Sanchez scored on a header 13 minutes into the game and Andrew Andrusko stopped four shots to lift Holy Ghost Prep past visiting Lower Moreland, 1-0. Sanchez scored off a corner kick by Tim Lazorko and Andrusko recorded his third shutout for the Firebirds (4-7-2 overall, 3-3-1 league).

Graham Smith scored the lone goal of the game and gave New Hope-Solebury a 1-0 win over visiting Delco Christian.

Brandon Reichart notched a hat trick and helped Christopher Dock beat host Devon Prep, 6-0. Caleb MacMain, Steve Nase and Seth Reynolds also scored for the Pioneers who got a pair of saves from David Brelsford. Justin Wickershaw stopped nine shots for the Tide.

Friends Schools. Manish Kurien scored on a penalty kick with six minutes left and handed Abington Friends a 1-0 win over visiting Westtown. Ethan Ostroff stopped five shots to earn his fifth shutout and Quakers’ goalie Nick Carnes turned aside 10 shots.

E.J. Whyte scored with 20 minutes left in regulation to pull Shipley into a 2-2 double-overtime tie with host Germantown Friends. Zac Arch also scored for the Gators who used an eight-save performance from Nick Irvine to preserve the tie. Henry Bushnell and Jason Symonette tallied for the Tigers who got eight saves from Jay Query.

Seumas Trull scored a goal and three goalies split 10 saves, but it wasn’t enough as George School fell to host Moorestown Friends, 3-1. Jas Chojnowski, Tommy Lodge-Yanez and Will Yarnell shared the goaltending duties for the Cougars.

Tri-County. Julian Klabold scored the game-winning goal in the second half and boosted Kimberton Waldorf to a 2-1 win over visiting Collegium. Jackson Hughes assisted on Klabold’s goal for the Cougars who also got a goal from Aaron Liss.

Yazan Muasher found the back of the net four times and sparked Del-Val Friends to a 5-1 win over visiting Woodlynde. Muasher has 14 goals for the season and backed the seven-save effort of Brendan Dieck.

Gabe Duec scored twice and led Barrack Hebrew to a 9-0 rout of visiting Mercy Vocational. Also scoring for the Cougars were Evan Benedict, Noah Cohen, Dory Kilimi, Eliahu Korn, Auri Manstein, John Pressman and Daniel Saltz.

Nonleague. Austin Ewers scored with 15:30 left in the game and gave Pottsgrove a 1-0 win over visiting Downingtown East. Remi Mark assisted on the goal and Mike Brown had five saves for the Falcons. Connor Keenan stopped nine shots for the Cougars.

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