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Main Line boys’ soccer wrap-up: Radnor rises to beat Springfield

The Radnor High School boys’ soccer team defeated Springfield, 4-1, Tuesday. For the Red Raiders, goals were scored by Ryan Peter (Jackson Birtwhistle assist), Jack Miller (penalty kick), Ben Verbofsky (Ryan Peter assist) and Andrew Bojoukus.

In other Main Line high school boys’ soccer action:

Barrack Hebrew Academy defeated AIM Academy, 4-2, Sept. 29. Zach Lipstein scored three goals, and teammate Bailey Moshal tallied two assists. Barrack goalie Hayden Ufberg had six saves.
Episcopal Academy improved its record to 10-3-2 (2-0 InterAc) with a 2-0 win against Penn Charter Tuesday. Peter Le Roux scored his first varsity goal, assisted by Nick Wallick; and Quinn Dudek scored, with penalty won by Ramon Gallegos. Matt Freese have five saves, for EA’s seventh shutout of the year.
The Churchmen defeated Malvern Prep, 3-1, Sept. 30. Sam Wilson scored two unassisted goals, Spencer Higgins also scored for EA (assisted by Quinn Dudek) and Episcopal goalies Matt Freese and AJ Marcucci combined for four saves.
Haverford High School defeated Bonner/Prendergast, 1-0, Oct. 1. The winning goal was scored by Sean Cannon on a direct kick with just under two minutes left for the Fords (7-5, 3-4).
Two days earlier, the Fords defeated Harriton, 2-1. The Fords’ Matt Billbrough scored on a penalty kick, while teammate Connor Brown also scored, assisted by Sean Cannon.
Haverford School lost to Springside Chestnut Hill Academy, 2-0, Tuesday. Ford goalie Will Baltrus made two saves in goal for Haverford (3-5-3, 0-1-1).
The Fords tied host Penn Charter, 2-2, Sept. 30. For Haverford, Carnel Walker scored twice, with assists from Evan Scott and Griffin Wada. Ford goalie Will Baltrus recorded five saves.
Malvern Prep lost to Episcopal Academy, 3-1, Sept. 30. Malvern goalie Jake Hodlofski had six saves, and Billy Coyle cored the Friars’ goal. Cullen Pina and Nate Albrego also had good games for Malvern.

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