Thursday, March 5, 2015

Friday boys' soccer roundup

Brian Whitman scored with 3 minutes, 12 seconds left in the second half, wrapping up Haddon Heights’ 2-1 Colonial Conference interdivision thriller over visiting Haddon Township (9-2). Heights (8-1-1) led by 1-0 at halftime on Austin McCleary’s goal, and Township knotted the score after halftime with a goal by Nick DellaValle. Whitman’s game-winner was a 12-yard shot after an assist by John Hagerty. Goals in the first half by Paden Dietrich, Daulton Law and Chris Steiner were enough for Overbrook to hang on for a 3-2 win at Lindenwold. The Lions’ Orlando Askie scored his ninth and 10th goals of the season.

Friday boys' soccer roundup

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Brian Whitman scored with 3 minutes, 12 seconds left in the second half, wrapping up Haddon Heights’ 2-1 Colonial Conference interdivision thriller over visiting Haddon Township (9-2).
Heights (8-1-1) led by 1-0 at halftime on Austin McCleary’s goal, and Township knotted the score after halftime with a goal by Nick DellaValle. Whitman’s game-winner was a 12-yard shot after an assist by John Hagerty.
Goals in the first half by Paden Dietrich, Daulton Law and Chris Steiner were enough for Overbrook to hang on for a 3-2 win at Lindenwold. The Lions’ Orlando Askie scored his ninth and 10th goals of the season.

Olympic.

 Brian Reynolds’ goal with just 1:10 left was all the offense Shawnee needed to subdue visiting Cherry Hill East, 1-0. Renegades goalie Mike Hartman made nine saves.

Burlington County.

Bordentown (5-5-2) pulled off a 1-1 shocker against visiting Rancocas Valley (8-2-1), the No.<TH>1 team in South Jersey.
Alec Golini<NO1>Brandon Hudik scored for the Red Devils before Bordentown freshman Brandon Hudik notched his first varsity goal — on a header — off a corner kick by Andrew Cary in the second half.

Ryan Butler and Ricardo Margolies scored the goals that made Palmyra a 2-1 winner at Florence in double overtime.


After a scoreless first half, Delran pulled away from host Northern Burlington for a 3-0 win as Dominic Nocito assisted goals by Ali Gocmez(cq)and Mike Perriera, and Gocmez scored again from Joe Hackimer.


Holy Cross knocked off visiting Burlington City, 3-1, as Brendan Reilly scored two goals and assisted on Brandon Papeika’ score.
Cape-Atlantic. Matt Veltri converted a penalty kick with four minutes to play for his second goal of the game, breaking a 3-3 tie and boosting Oakcrest past visiting Pleasantville, 4-3.

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