Thursday boys' soccer roundup

Gloucester Catholic and host Glassboro battled through 98 scoreless minutes before the Catholic boys’ soccer team finally squeezed out a 1-0 double-overtime triumph the Tri-County Conference.
Ryan Casey scored the goal off a corner kick with two minutes left in the second overtime period, and the Rams earned their sixth shutout of the season.

Also in the Tri-County, Kevin Calloway scored a goal and assisted on goals by Max Crisman and Bill Tompkins, steering Clearview past host Kingsway, 3-0. Goalie Steve Keane made seven saves for the Pioneers (10-0-1).

Salem used Zach Costroff’s nine-save goaltending to collect a 2-0 shutout at Wildwood. Rob Lindenmuth and Michka Tosan scored the Rams’ goals.

Pitman got a goal apiece from Josh Pacana, Fernando Roman, Matt Barton, Tory Langlois, Mike Riley and Kyle McAvinue while posting its 11th win, 6-0, over visiting Gloucester.

Olympic.

 Jeffrey Morgan controlled the Timber Creek offense, scoring twice before halftime as the Chargers knocked off host Camden Catholic, 2-0. Goalie Josh Garcia needed just three saves.

Lenape enjoyed a 3-0 success at Washington Township, as Mike Erb and Ben Cunningham scored a goal and the Indians added an own goal in support of goalie Taylor Edwards (four saves).

Cherry Hill West poured in six goals before intermission en route to a 7-1 victory at Pennsauken. Trevor Sharpe had three goals and Ryan Maria added two.

Cape-Atlantic.

 Kenny Haury scored off an assist by M.J. Nestor 51 seconds into the second overtime period, wrapping up Wildwood Catholic’s 2-1 thriller over visiting Middle Township. Nestor scored his 17th goal of the season.


Buena pinned a 4-1 setback on visiting Lower Cape May as Stevan Austino scored twice, Dom Crowell, Santi Garzon and David Silipino added a goal apiece, and Chiefs goalie Tyler Callahan made four saves for his second shutout of the week.

Burlington County.

 Willingboro (5-5) reached the .500 mark with a 6-1 win over visiting Pemberton in which Archie Biawogee scored twice.
N.J. Vocational Tournament. Medford Tech breezed through its first-round game, 8-1, over visiting Camden County Tech. Jeff Crain and Chris MacPherson scored two goals each.

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