Fri. S.J. boys’ roundup: Glassboro edges Gloucester Tech

Posted: September 08, 2012

Jevon Creque came on at the start of the second half and led Glassboro past visiting Gloucester Tech, 6-4, in a Tri-County Diamond boys' soccer game on Friday afternoon.

Glassboro trailed 4-2 at halftime before Creque, a junior striker, and senior Nick Mascitti netted two goals in the second half.

Mascitti finished with a hat trick and Nick Fiorentino added the team's other goal. Goalkeeper Evan Murray made four saves.

Burlington County. Burlington City scored three times in each half en route to dropping visiting Medford Tech, 6-2.

Senior Ali Cakir scored three goals to lead the offense. Sunnieboy Blango and Faruk Ozemir added one goal each. Ozemir also aided the win with three assists.

The Blue Devils improved to 2-0 on the season.

Travis Ward and Nick Sample each scored twice for New Egypt in their 6-0 victory at Florence.

Dean Pennell and Adam Coyle had one goal apiece.

Connor Ingelbrandt made nine saves for the shutout while Florence goalkeeper Kellen Groover made twenty stops.

Cape-Atlantic. Hammonton finally found the net with just 1 second left and it was enough to knock off visiting St. Augustine, 1-0.

Justinian Grant one-timed a cross from Nick Auleta and located the ball just inside the far left post.

Andrew Slater needed only one save to secure the shutout.

St. Augustine's James Higbee posted four saves for the visitors.

Holy Spirit scored midway through the first half and was able to hold on and win at Cape May Tech in a National Conference game.

Tyler O'Bannon recorded the goal off a nice pass from Jim Dedener.

Mike Keenan made twelve saves in Holy Spirit's first game.

Nonleague. Wildwood Catholic and Atlantic County Tech each exchanged second-half goals en route to tying, 1-1, at Wildwood Catholic.

Jeff Wallis   found the net for the Crusaders and Carlos Cruz   scored for Atlantic County Tech.

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