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.


 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.


 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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