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Beaumont's goal helps Ryan edged Roman, 1-0

A first-half goal proved to be the winner

Beaumont's goal helps Ryan edged Roman, 1-0

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Brett Beaumont's first-half goal proved to be the game winner as host Archbishop Ryan held on to edge Roman Catholic, 1-0, in the quarterfinals of the Catholic League boys' soccer tournament.

Jim Smith won a loose ball near midfield and found Brett Beaumont on a through ball for the goal. Beaumont, a senior striker, scored from 20-yards out in the 20th minute.

Jared Ott posted the shutout with five saves. 

[/SUBHED_RULE]Jim Smith won a loose ball near midfield and found Brett Beaumont on a through ball for the go-ahead goal as Archbishop Ryan edged visiting Roman Catholic, 1-0, in the quarterfinals.
Beaumont, a senior striker, scored from 20-yards out in the 20th minute. Jared Ott posted the shutout with five saves. Jim Smith won a loose ball near midfield and found Brett Beaumont on a through ball for the go-ahead goal as Archbishop Ryan edged visiting Roman Catholic, 1-0, in the quarterfinals.Beaumont, a senior striker, scored from 20-yards out in the 20th minute. Jared Ott posted the shutout with five saves. 

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