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DLN-area Boys Soccer Wrap: Shanahan comes back to beat Great Valley

Bishop Shanahan scored twice in the second half as the Eagles rallied to top Great Valley, 3-2, in a Ches-Mont League boys soccer contest Tuesday.
The Eagles (3-1) tied the score five minutes into the second half, and won it off a deflected shot with under three minutes to play.
Austin Coron made eight saves, including a number of key stops.
Todd Simes and Federico Noguera tallied in the first half for the Patriots (1-3).
Bishop Shanahan    1    2 – 3
Great Valley    2    0 – 2
Great Valley goals: Simes, Noguera.
Bishop Shanahan goals unavailable.
Goalie saves:  Coron (BS) 8; Nehring (GV) 2, Dinsmore (GV) 2.

PERKIOMEN SCHOOL 4, PHELPS 3  >> Alvin Dahn, Sebastien Salazar, Nate Wilson scored for Phelps in its opener.
Perkiomen School    0    4 – 4
Phelps    3    0 – 3
Downingtown East goals: Arthur 2, Eduardo, Pulcini.
Bishop Shanahan goals: Dahn, Salazar, Wilson.
Goalie saves: Glavin (PS) 14; Siegerman (P) 9.

W.C. Rustin 3, Sun valley 2 >> Chris McMahon scored twice in the last 90 seconds, the game-winner coming with seven seconds left, as the Golden Knights (2-0) recorded the Ches-Mont American victory. Aidan Doris also tallied for Rustin.
Zach Montgomery scored twice for the Vanguards (1-2).
W.C. Rustin     0    3 – 3
Sun Valley    2    0 – 2
W.C. Rustin goals: Chris McMahon 2, Doris.
Sun Valley goals: Montgomery 2.
Goalie saves: Skwriut (SV) 3; Bosch (WCR) 1.

Avon Grove 3, Coatesville 0  >> Stetson Fenster, Juan Hernandez and Dan Perkins dented the net for the Red Devils (1-1, 2-2-1) in the Ches-Mont National victory. Christian Zamudio had four saves in the shutout.
Avon Grove    1    2 – 3
Coatesville     0    0 – 0
Avon Grove goals: Fenster, Hernandez, Perkins.
Goalie saves: Zamudio (AG) 4; Oleykowski (C) 7.

Unionville 0, Kennett 0  >> Mitt Nitz made three saves as the Indians (1-1-1, 2-1-1) battled to a scoreless tie with the Blue Demons. Kyle Garvey and Hunter Firman were standouts for Unionville.

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