Boys soccer roundup

Boys soccer roundup


Boys soccer roundup


Gill St. Bernard’s 2, North Plainfield 1 (OT): James Reiner scored a pair of goals, including the game-winner for Gill St. Bernard’s (3-0). North Plainfield is 2-1.

Pingry 4, Ridge 1: Matt Mangini scored twice and assisted once while Jack Delaney and Akshay Rao each scored once for Pingry. Reeve Carver had a pair of assists for the Big Blue.

Hunterdon Central 3, Franklin 0: Brennan Cook and Matt Zampetti scored goals for Hunterdon Central (2-0-1). Joe Thigpen made six saves for Franklin (0-3).

South Brunswick 4, North Brunswick 1: The Vikings got on the board in the second minute when Harrison Kudwitt finished off a cross from Tommy Tuskey. After North Brunswick scored an own goal in the 30th minute, the Vikings scored three times in the first 13 minutes of the second half. Paul Grudnick finished off a service from Jorge de la Bandera, Patrick Grudnick finished a flick from Jorge de la Bandera and Tommy Dorsay scored off a pass from Harrison Kudwitt. Eric Kaiser made four saves for South Brunswick.

New Providence 2, Rahway 1: Jimmy Evangelos and Jason Bradley notched goals for New Providence. Rahway’s goal was provided by Dylan Santos.

Perth Amboy 4, Woodbridge 3 (2 OTs): Gaston Medina converted a corner kick during the second overtime to give Perth Amboy its first victory. Sergio Flores posted a hat trick for the Panthers, while Steven Luzuriaga tallied two goals and an assist for Woodbridge, which fell to 0-3.

East Brunswick 2, West Windsor-Plainsboro South 0: Junior forward Alex Mora scored two second-half goals and the East Brunswick defense recorded its third straight shutout. Senior midfielder Dom Bohorquez and junior Derek Morgen added assists for the Bears, while junior keeper Dennis Kotenko stopped three shots.

Colonia 2, New Brunswick 1: Joel Concha scored two goals for Colonia and Kevin Korycki added an assist. Korycki’s assist came he fed Concha a pass in Concha headed in at the 12 minute mark of the first half. Concha’s second goal came with the game tied at 1 at the 23 minute mark to put the Patriots (1-0) ahead for good. Omar Garcia scored the only Zebra (0-2) goal.


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