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Main Line boys’ soccer wrap-up: Barrack Hebrew, Friends’ Central victorious

The Barrack Hebrew Academy boys’ soccer team defeated Perkiomen, 4-1, Tuesday. Abe Wachs scored twice and had one assist, while teammate Bailey Moshal dished out two assists. Cougar goalie Simon Gordon had six saves.
The Cougars defeated Kohelet, 6-0, Sept. 18. Ben Jacobson scored two goals, and Noah Maltzman dished out two assists and scored a goal.
Barrack defeated Delaware Valley Friends, 5-1, Sept. 15. Barrack goals were scored by Noah Maltzman (assist Zach Lipstein), Jordan Naim (assist Abe Wachs), Abe Wachs (assist Noah Maltzman), Ben Jacobson (assist Abe Wachs) and Zach Lipstein. Barrack goalie Hayden Ufberg had four saves.

In other Main Line high school boys’ soccer action:

Episcopal Academy improved its record to 6-2-2 with a 2-0 win against Friends’ Central Sept. 16. Brandon Sheppard had an unassisted goal and an assist, and Spencer Higgins tallied a goal. EA golaie AJ Marcucci posted four saves for his fifth shutout of the season. Friends’ Central goalie Nolan McGrann recorded seven saves.
One day earlier, EA defeated Germantown Friends, 1-0. Quinn Dudek scored on a penalty kick, and EA goalie AJ Marcucci posted his fifth shutout, making three saves.
Friends’ Central (5-2) defeated St. Andrew’s (Del.), 3-0, at the Mid-Atlantic High School Jamboree held at Hill School Sept. 18. FCS goals were scored by Asa Bell and Matt Blackman (two). Nolan McGrann had his first shutout of the year.
The Phoenix defeated Penn Charter, 3-2, Sept. 13. Matt Blackman broke the scoring ice with an unassisted goal, and 10 minutes after FCS fell behind 2-1, the Phoenix scored twice in two minutes to retake the lead. It was the first goal of the season for senior Zayn Carey, and Asa Bell put in the game-winner to secure the win.
Haverford School (2-3-2) defeated Holy Ghost Prep, 3-0, Tuesday. Goals were scored by Caleb Clothier (assist from Kyle Wagner), Nick Pippis (assist from Caleb Clothier) and Nik Golz (assist from Dean Manko). Will Baltrus had one save in goal for Haverford.
The Fords their first win of the season Sept. 18 with a 2-0 victory against Lansdale Catholic at Hill School. Goals were scored by Solomon Dorsey (assist from Nik Golz) and Griffin Wada (assist from Caleb Clothier). Will Baltrus got the shutout in goal, making four saves for the Fords.
Malvern Prep lost to LaSalle, 3-0, Sept. 18. Friar goalie Jake Hodlofski made eight saves.
One day earlier, Malvern defeated Kiski School, 3-0. Billy Coyle scored twice and Val Badalamenti dished out three assists. Malvern goalie Michael Sheridan recorded seven saves, and Logan Cattie scored the Friars’ third goal. Nate Albergo also had a standout game for Malvern.
Radnor lost to Haverford High, 2-1, in overtime Tuesday. For Radnor, Ryan Peter scored a goal, assisted by Ben Verbofsky. Haverford got goals from Cam Morse and Chris Rose (assisted by Sean Cannon.) Radnor goalie Ben Toomey recorded two saves.
The Red Raiders defeated Penn Wood, 4-0, Sept. 17. Goals were scored by Phil Reagan (assisted by Miles Maesaka), Cal Congleton (two goals, one assisted by Jack Miller) and Miles Maesaka (assisted by Phil Gilbert). Radnor goalie Ben Toomey had two saves.
Two days earlier, Radnor lost to Conestoga, 2-0, as Red Raider goalie Ben Toomey made two saves.

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