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Main Line boys’ soccer wrap-up: Radnor blanks Ridley

The Radnor High School boys’ soccer team defeated Ridley, 7-0, Tuesday. Goals were scored by Jack Miller (penalty kick), Andrew Bojoukus (penalty kick), Miles Maesaka (assisted by Jack Miller), Bobby kirsch (assisted by David Azzarano), Ryan Peter (assisted by David Azzarano), Ryan Peter (assisted by Ben Toomey) and Bobby Kirsch (assisted by Jack Dooley.)
Three days earlier, Radnor defeated Bishop Shanahan, 1-0. Ryan Peter scored the game-winner, with an assist from Cal Hanson. Red Raider goalie Ben Toomey recorded two saves and the shutout.
The Red Raiders defeated Upper Darby, 2-1, in overtime Sept. 8. For the Red Raiders, scorers were Peter Miller and Jack Miller (assisted by Andrew Boujoukos). Radnor goalie Henry Cooke had one save.Archbishop Carroll defeated Bishop McDevitt, 8-0, Sept. 8. The patriots got two goals each from Vito Vincent and Nick Booth, and two assists from Sam Frederick.

In other Main Line high school boys’ soccer action:

Barrack Hebrew Academy defeated AIM, 6-3, Tuesday. Abe Wachs had three goals and one assist, and Noah Maltzman dised out three assists and scored a goal. Jordan Naim and Josh Goldstein each tallied a goal for Barrack.
The Cougars defeated Friends Select, 3-1, Monday. Zach Lipstein had two goals and one assist, Ben Jacobson had two assists and Noah Maltzman scored a goal. Barrack goalies Simon Gordon and Ben Bernstein combined for three saves.

Episcopal Academy improved to 4-2-2 with a 3-0 win against Shipley Tuesday. Goals were scored by Samuel Wilson (assisted by Johnny Cunningham and Ramon Gallegos), Quinn Dudek (assisted by Nick Wallick) and Brandon Sheppard (assisted by Jason Miller). EA goalie AJ Marcucci posted his fourth shutout of the season.
EA lost to Peddie, 3-0, Sept. 10. Goalie Matt Freese made six saves for Episcopal Academy.

Friends’ Central (3-1) earned a 6-2 win against Cardinal O’Hara Sept. 9 in the home opener. Asa Bell, Matt Blackman, Ingram Dillingham, Matt Nguyen, Miles Johnson and Lucas McGrann all scored. The hot day saw coach Galen Guindon use all 23 players on the roster to secure the win.
The following day, FCS traveled to Marple Newtown and pulled out a 2-1 victory in a hard-fought contest. Matt Blackman scored the first goal off of a set piece on an assist from Chris Annas. Blackman scored in each of FCS’ last three games. The second goal went to Asa Bell in the second half on a solo run down the center of the field. Nolan McGrann had five saves on the day.

Haverford School lost to defending National Champion South Kent (Conn.), 3-0, at the Hill School Invitational. Ford goalie Will Baltrus had seven saves.
The Fords tied Shipley, 3-3, Sept. 7. Ford goals were scored by Nik Golz (two, one assisted by Solomon Dorsey) and Nick Pippis (assisted by Nik Golz). Will Baltrus made one save in goal for the Fords.

Lower Merion defeated host Haverford High School, 1-0, Sept. 9 to open its Central League campaign. The Aces knocked on the door in the first few minutes of the first half, with a nice combination play that lead to a Ryan Tillman shot that was saved by Haverford goalie Nicholas Defeo. Junior Midfielder Max Shapiro marked the Aces on the scoreboard with a 30th minute first half goal. Senior Aces goalie Sebastian Jenkins notched his second shutout of the season.

Malvern Prep tied Germantown Friends, 1-1, Sept. 8. Vince Melchiorre scored the Friars’ goal, and goalie Jake Hodlofski recorded eight saves. Matthew Lamond, Thomas Albergo and Erik Kolar had standout performances for Malvern.

 

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