Tuesday, June 2, 2015

N.J.: Saturday Boys' Soccer

Connor Hurff set up goals by Ryan McFadden and Dominick Pernice in the first 23 minutes, putting host St. Augustine ahead to stay in a 2-0 triumph over Shawnee in a nonleague match. John Richards made six saves in shutting down the Renegades.

N.J.: Saturday Boys' Soccer

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Connor Hurff set up goals by Ryan McFadden and Dominick Pernice in the first 23 minutes, putting host St. Augustine ahead to stay in a 2-0 triumph over Shawnee in a nonleague match.
John Richards made six saves in shutting down the Renegades.

Fourth-ranked Lenape rode second-half goals by Rocco Gambino and Marc Ruggia to a 2-1 win over visiting Hunterdon Central.

Anthony Maruca’s goal midway through the second overtime made Absegami a 2-1 winner at Kingsway.

Olympic. Second-half goals by David Perrotti and Eric Schaetzle, along with Andrew Rinaldi’s shutout goaltending, carried Cherry Hill West to a 2-0 win at Camden Catholic.

Tri-County. Gino Atencia and Dean Davidson scored, with assists by Mark Landis and Dan Reed, to deliver Clayton’s 2-1 overtime win over visiting Pennsville.

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