The Episcopal Academy boys’ soccer team (8-3-2) defeated Hun School, 4-0, Tuesday. Quinn Dudek scored two goals, with assists by Ramon Gallegos and Johnny Cunningham. Gabrielle Furey and Ramon Gallegos also scored, and Dudek had an assist. Goalies AJ Marcucci and Matt Freese ecah had two saves inrecording EA’s sixth shutout of the season.
EA lost to Hill School, 1-0, Sept. 24. EA goalies Matt Freese and AL Marcucci each had four saves.
The Churchmen defeated Archbishop Carroll, 6-1, Sept. 21. EA goals were scored by Sam Wilson, Ramon Gallegos (assist Quinn Dudek), Quinn Dudek (assist Johnny Cunningham), Ramon Gallegos and Chris Bassett. Carroll goalie Jake Langley recorded eight saves, while EA netminders AJ Marcucci and Matt Freese had two saves each.
In other Main Line high school boys’ soccer action:
Barrack Hebrew Academy defeated Phelps, 2-0, Tuesday, getting goals from Ben Jacobson and Abe Wachs, with assists from Zach Lipstein and Jon Cohen. Barrack goalie Simon Gordon recorded 12 saves.
The Cougars defeated Morrisville, 9-1, Monday, getting two goals each from Josh Goldstein, Jordan Naim and Bailey Moshal. Goldstein also had two assists.
Friends’ Central defeated host Abington Friends, 3-0, Sept. 23. Friends’ Central broke the scoreless tie in the 46th minute when senior Matt Blackman finished off a set piece assisted by senior Chris Annas. Just two minutes later, senior Matt Nguyen found the back of the net off of a cross from Blackman to make it 2-0. In the 73rd minute, FCS senior Asa Bell put the game out of reach with a solo effort. Senior Nolan McGrann was credited with his second shutout in FSL play.
Haverford School (3-4-2) defeated Phelps School, 5-0, Monday. Goals were scored by Evan Scott, Will Micheletti (Alec Manko assist), Dan Calvelli, Griffin Wada (Josh Ridenhour assist) and Kyle Wagner (Satch Baker assist). The Fords outshot Phelps, 24-4. Will Baltrus and Bobby Stratts combined for the shutout and made four saves.
Malvern Prep defeated Westtown, 2-0, Sept. 21. Goals were scored by Billy Coyle and Erik Kolar. Top players for Malvern were Billy Coyle, Nate Albergo and Michael Castaldi. Goalie Jake Hodlofski posted the shutout.
Radnor defeated Strath Haven, 3-0, Tuesday. Ryan Peter and Phil Regan each had one goal and one assist, and Cal Hanson scored the other goal. Radnor goalie Ben Toomey had two saves.
The Red Raiders defeated Harriton, 3-2, Sept. 22. Radnor got goals from Andrew Bojoukus (Ryan Peter assist), Jack Miller (penalty kick) and Phil Regan (Jack Miller assist). Red Raider goalie Ben Toomey recorded three saves.
Shipley defeated host George School, 2-1, Sept. 20 in its Friends Schools League opener. In the second half, Shipley continued to possess and found a lot of success on the wings but as the game went on it became a wide open contest played down the flanks. After a string of fine saves by George goalie Nick Lilly, Shipley finally got on the board after Shipley’s corner was cleared and put right back into the mixer by junior defender Emlyn Thorogood, whose re-entry ball found senior captain striker Ashkon Ashrafion at the top of the six, where he dispatched the volley under the crossbar to give the Gators the lead in the 68th minute. Shipley got another quick goal as Ashkon Ashrafion played a great splitting ball through George’s back line to find senior midfielder Jack Dougherty alone on goal. Dougherty placed it in the back of the net to make it 2-0.