S. Jersey Boys: Sacred Heart runs its league win streak to 30

Posted: October 02, 2011

Sacred Heart's Cape-Atlantic League National Conference win streak in boys' soccer reached 30 games over three seasons with an 8-0 victory over visiting Cape May Tech on Friday.

Steven Tobolski scored three goals, Drew Mesiano had three assists and goalie Dustin Griaff made three saves for the five-time and defending National Conference Division II champion Lions (7-0 overall, 6-0 conference). Tech (1-4, 1-4) got eight saves from goalie Trevor Gehrig.

Steven Hand made three saves to secure the shutout, and Middle Township's Jacob Cowan, Kyle Stanford, and Matt Waldron netted goals for Middle Township en route to a 3-0 win over visiting Lower Cape May.

Colonial. Haddon Heights gunned in five first-half goals en route to a 6-0 success against visiting Overbrook. Richard Wright scored two goals.

Two goals each by Jack Speake and Alex Johnston steered Haddonfield past visiting Collingswood, 5-2.

Olympic. Bishop Eustace's third straight shutout was a 2-0 win at Winslow Township; Troy McCartney and Alec Palmieri scored the goals.

Burlington County. Burlington City built a 3-0 lead then held off a rally by visiting Westampton Tech to win, 3-2. Joe Baer had a goal and an assist, and Harun Bozkurt and Umut Kaya also scored for City.

Florence's Greg Perri scored on a 25-yard direct kick and off an assist by sophomore Nick Stovall-Kurtz, and Stovall-Kurtz added a goal of his own for a 3-0 win at Medford Tech.

First-half goals by Andrew Freitas and Caio Machado allowed Burlington Township to secure a 2-1 victory over visiting Palmyra.

Tri-County. Aaron Beltran's overtime goal sent Williamstown home with a 1-0 win over host Deptford. Andrew McNellis made five saves in the Braves' net.

Schalick's seventh shutout in nine games was a 3-0 win at Pitman, in which goalie Zach Jeffers made four saves and was supported by goals from Daniel Bermudez, Brent Greco and Maurice Johnson.

Jarrett Ligameri celebrated a hat trick, and Pat Kane chipped in with a goal and two assists as Gloucester Catholic put away visiting GCIT, 5-0.

Christian Klumpp scored to give Clayton a 4-2 lead with 5 minutes left, and the host Clippers defeated Wildwood, 4-3. Cade Gilson paced Clayton with two goals.

Nonleague. Gateway's Anthony Colofranson scored a dozen goals in three games this week and boosted his season total to a South Jersey-best 30, capped by a five-goal effort in an 8-1 win at Moorestown Friends.

Bob Tegan added to his team-leading goal total by scoring his eighth and ninth goals of the season, accounting for Audubon's offense in a 2-0 win at Pennsville. Green Wave goalie Kevin LaFleur made four saves.

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