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Thursday boys' soccer roundup

Javier Delgado scored the last of his two goals midway through the second half and handed Kensington its first win of the season, a 3-2 decision over host Boys’ Latin, in a Public League game. Alfonso Bac also scored for the Tigers (1-8 overall and league) while Nabieu Sesay scored twice for the Warriors (4-10, 3-8). Playing the entire second half a man down, Frankford shook it off and beat visiting Bodine, 2-1. Eric Salguero scored a goal in each half to give the Pioneers a 2-0 lead. Jeton Kupa scored for the Ambassadors with four minutes left in the game. Angel Paulino stopped six shots for Frankford. Harry Bun scored twice as Furness beat visiting Franklin Learning Center, 3-1. David Corona added a goal and Salmon Kahn stopped wight shots for the Falcons. Kervens Mertus notched a hat trick and two assists to lead Martin Luther King to a 7-1 win over visiting Engineering Science. Kervens Begin, Duckens Gabriel, Tyler Sampson and Qumer Winfield also scored for the Golden Cougars who also got five saves from Edwin Sanon. Ben Brewer scored for the Engineers.

Thursday boys' soccer roundup

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Javier Delgado scored the last of his two goals midway through the second half and handed Kensington its first win of the season, a 3-2 decision over host Boys’ Latin, in a Public League game.
Alfonso Bac also scored for the Tigers (1-8 overall and league) while Nabieu Sesay scored twice for the Warriors (4-10, 3-8).
Playing the entire second half a man down, Frankford shook it off and beat visiting Bodine, 2-1.
Eric Salguero scored a goal in each half to give the Pioneers a 2-0 lead. Jeton Kupa scored for the Ambassadors with four minutes left in the game. Angel Paulino stopped six shots for Frankford.
Harry Bun scored twice as Furness beat visiting Franklin Learning Center, 3-1.
David Corona added a goal and Salmon Kahn stopped wight shots for the Falcons.
Kervens Mertus notched a hat trick and two assists to lead Martin Luther King to a 7-1 win over visiting Engineering Science.
Kervens Begin, Duckens Gabriel, Tyler Sampson and Qumer Winfield also scored for the Golden Cougars who also got five saves from Edwin Sanon. Ben Brewer scored for the Engineers.

Central.

Connor Waraksa scored in the third minute and Kelsey Beck-Cullen turned aside 10 shots to lead Strath Haven past visiting Conestoga, 1-0.
R.J. Spargo stopped six shots for the Pioneers.end new
Jordan Wolf scored in the first half and Sasha Safadi tallied in the second half to give Lower Merion a 2-0 win over host Marple Newtown.
Mark Krantz assisted on Wolf’s goal and Nate Diehl assisted on Safadi’s score. Jake Van Adelsberg stopped three shots to got the shutout for the Aces and Austin Severino saved nine shots for the Tigers.

Haitam Benmoussa scored twice and led Upper Darby to a 3-0 win over host Springfield (Delaware County).
Matt Peters added a goal and Andrew Flood faced one shot for the Royals. Ryan Rhodes stopped nine shots for the Cougars.

Louis Cumberland, Ben Davis and Moshue Wamulume scored goals and Ian Campbell recorded nine saves for his third shutout for Penncrest in a 3-0 win over visiting Haverford High.

Suburban One National.

 Dan Lomady and Macey Watson scored goals and Sam Matthews stopped nine shots, but it wasn’t enough for Abington in a 6-2 loss to host Pennsbury.

Del-Val. Dillon Goss and Henry Mabande scored goals to lead Academy Park past visiting Chichester, 2-0.
Ibrahim Bio assisted on Mabande’s goal and Manson Day-Nuah assisted on Goss’ goal. Elvis Kannah turned aside four shots to earn the shutout in goal and Eric Gottschalk stopped 14 shots for the Eagles.

Ches-Mont.

Brian Ballared, Jimmy Castillo and Drayt Friedman scored goals to give West Chester East a 3-1 win over visiting Coatesville.
It was the first win of the season for the Vikings who avenged a 5-0 loss to the Red Raiders earlier this season.

Dan Dobbins stopped six shots and Lou Martin stopped three shots for East. T.J. Jappah scored for Coatesville.

Nate Aquadro picked up a hat trick in the first half and boosted Octorara past host Great Valley, 5-3.
Greg Patrick and Kyle Ferrier also scored for the Braves who got seven saves from Josh Wolff. Sean Sullivan, Nate Josephs and Jimmy McLaughlin scored and Dan Shackleton stopped 10 shots for the Patriots.
Kennett got goals from Tim Weeks, Roberto Silva, Mike Granger, Alejandro Zavala and Matt Worrell and downed Sun Valley, 5-0.
Greg Danchik turned aside three shots for the Blue Demons while Nick Curry stopped seven shots for the Vanguards.

Bicentennial.

Jett Cannavaro, Andrew Crisanti and Johnny Markland scored goals to lift Delco Christian to a 3-0 win over host Lower Moreland. Nick Mascioli stopped four shots for the Knights.end new

Tri-County.

 Taeln Kim scored with 10 seconds left in a second overtime period and handed Perkiomen School a 2-1 win over host Kimberton Waldorf.
Kim scored the first goal of the game in the first half, but Julian Klabold tied the game with 10 minutes left in regulation. Zach Dunphy stopped 10 shots and Kristian Maestri stopped two shots for the Cougars.

Silke Bechtel scored twice and Shane Desiderio added a goal to give Collegium its first league win, a 3-1 victory over visiting Mercy Vocational.
James Arroyo collected 12 saves to earn the win in goal.

Gabe Duec earned a hat trick and sparked Barrack Hebrew to a 5-0 win over visiting Woodlynde.
John Pressman and Etan Weinstein also scored for the Cougars.

Miguel Schultz scored twice and Simon Difilippo and Yazan Muasher each contributed a goal and an assist to lift Del-Val Friends to a 6-0 win over visiting Wyncote Academy.
Barry Cross and Peter Gould also scored and Brendan Dieck stopped three shots for Del-Val.

Nonleague.

 Ben Suliman scored the game-winning goal with 13 minutes left in the game and West-Mont Christian got past visiting Fels, 2-1.
Bryce Keene assisted on the game-winning goal and Freddie Wachter also scored for the Wings who got five saves from Micah Suliman.

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