Tues. Pa. boys’ roundup: GFS beats Episcopal again

Familiarity may be breeding contempt between the soccer teams at Germantown Friends and Episcopal Academy.

Sam Conant scored with eight minutes left in the game to give the Tigers a 1-0 nonleague win over the host Churchmen. Germantown Friends had not beaten Episcopal in 35 years going into last season, but have now beaten the Churchmen in their last two meetings.

In the 72d minute, Conant sent a long pass from Devon Smith inside the right post. Brendan McEwen kept Episcopal off the scoreboard with four saves.

Doug Henley scored with 15 minutes left in the game and handed Calvary Christian a 1-0 win over host High Point Baptist.

Ryan Calback scored the deciding goal five minutes into the second half and Downingtown West held off host West Chester Rustin, 2-1.

Matt Cioeta scored twice, including the game-winning goal with 21 minutes left in the contest, giving Sun Valley a 2-1 win over visiting Bishop Shanahan.

Joe Brodsky and Max Ginsberg provided goals to lift Friends' Central past visiting Academy Park, 2-0.

Josh Krapf scored twice to lead Unionville past host Avon Grove, 5-2.

Kenny Johnson and Joey Harding each contributed a goal and two assists to lead Abington Friends past host Valley Forge, 7-1.

Omar Diawara picked up a hat trick and helped Boys' Latin rip visiting Parkway Center City, 9-0.

Edmund Wright and Nabieu Sesay added two goals and an assist each for the Warriors.

Public. John Palo scored twice and Miguel Pereira stopped 10 shots as Swenson tripped visiting Franklin Learning Center, 4-2.

Al Ghazzwi's goal in the second half broke a 1-1 tie and helped Frankford beat visiting Martin Luther King, 5-1.

Ghazzi emigrated to the United States from Iraq six months ago.

Emmanuel Saia earned a hat trick and Nelson Subrero scored twice and lifted Engineering & Science to a 7-2 win over visiting Roxborough.

Fernlando Belilla-Reynoso notched a hat trick and lifted Fels to a 6-0 win over host Mastbaum. Berny Vilsaint posted 12 saves and earned the shutout in goal for Fels.

Catholic. James Pinder was fouled in the box and converted a penalty shot 5 minutes, 40 seconds into overtime to give Lansdale Catholic a 2-1 win over visiting Archbishop Carroll.

Bubba Flemmer tied the game for the Crusaders in the 54th minute off an assist from Chris Quasti.

Dan Bradley scored the lone goal of the game in the first half as St. Joseph's Prep got past visiting Roman Catholic, 1-0.

Bradley scored 8:46 into the first half off an assist from T.J. Morgan.

Jack Dusing scored the game-winning goal five minutes into the second half and boosted La Salle past visiting Cardinal O'Hara, 3-1.

Darius Madison tied the game for the Explorers in the first half and Chris Pawlowski scored an insurance goal midway through the second half.

Kevin Bushbeck accounted for two goals and led Father Judge to a 3-0 win over host Archbishop Ryan.

Tom Baker accounted for a hat trick, Dan Trodden added two goals and Nick Trodden provided a pair of assists for Archbishop Wood in a 5-0 win over visiting Bishop McDevitt.

Ryan Wellman knocked in three goals and assisted on two others as Monsignor Bonner beat host West Catholic, 8-1.

Suburban One National. Sophomore Kyle Rocks found the back of the net with 3:56 left in the game and gave Abington a 1-0 win over visiting Neshaminy.

Dalton Andrusko scored the game-winning goal with 12 minutes remaining and gave Council Rock North a 2-1 win over host William Tennent.

Thaddeus Heinz notched a hat trick and sparked Pennsbury to a 5-0 win over visiting Bensalem.

Suburban One Continental. Eric Wang scored the tying goal five minutes into the second half to pull North Penn into a 1-1 tie with host Central Bucks East. Lee Sandquist scored for the Patriots in the first half.

Jeff O'Brien, Chris Russomano, and Connor Ryan scored goals to give Hatboro-Horsham a 3-0 win over host Quakertown.

Dan Caya scored the first two goals of the game and sparked Pennridge to a 3-0 win over visiting Central Bucks South.

Kevin Bailey provided a pair of assists and brotherRyan Bailey turned aside 10 shots for the Rams.

Suburban One American. Brendan Irvine scored twice to help Wissahickon beat visiting Plymouth Whitemarsh, 5-0.

Ches-Mont. Lucas Gruber saved eight shots for host Coatesville and Sam Frymier stopped five shots for Downingtown East in a 0-0 double-overtime tie.

Dan Dicce, Roberto Silva and Jake Tully picked up two goals each for Kennett in a 9-1 win over visiting Oxford.

Pioneer Athletic. Taylor Seitz stopped three shots for Perkiomen Valley in a 0-0 double-overtime tie with visiting Methacton.

J.D. Maguire came through with a goal and an assist as Pope John Paul II beat visiting Upper Perkiomen, 3-0.

Bicentennial. Sean McHale accounted for the game-winning goal and handed Holy Ghost Prep a 2-1 win over host Lower Moreland.

Tim Lazorko scored in the second half to offset a goal by Alex Martins for the Lions.

Cody Coroff and Kevin Detweiler provided the offense for Christopher Dock in a 2-0 win over host Delco Christian.

Tri-County. Jae Suk Jung scored the game-winning goal in the second half and boosted Perkiomen School past Collegium, 4-3, at the U.S. Training Center.

Jung's goal capped a three-goal outburst in the second half and gave his team a 4-2 lead. Sam Levy contributed three assists.

Alex Moshal earned a hat trick and led Barrack Hebrew to a 3-0 win over host Woodlynde.

Freddie Wachter scored twice and sparked West-Mont Christian to a 3-0 win over host Kimberton Waldorf.

 


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