Thurs. S.J. boys' roundup: Holy Cross wins in overtime

Posted: October 26, 2012

Holy Cross senior Jon Mackie continued his strong play on Thursday afternoon as the Lancers won, 2-1, in overtime over visiting Bordentown in a Burlington County Patriot boys' soccer match.

Mackie opened the scoring in just the third minute when he received the ball off a corner from Kevin Bodine and put it past the keeper.

The goal marked Mackie's 10th straight game with at least one score.

Holy Cross held the lead until midway through the second half when Brandon Hudik evened the score for Bordentown.

Shortly after overtime began, Dan Schmid found the net to lift the Lancers to victory. Holy Cross goalkeeper Matt Paradise made seven saves.

In the Liberty Division, Michael Handlan scored in the 77th minute to give Moorestown a 1-0 victory over visiting Cinnaminson. J.T. Bretschneider made two saves to secure the shutout.

Moorestown finished its division schedule undefeated, going 11-0-1.

In a Freedom Division contest, Joseph Bassett, Guilherme Decarvalho, and Jontae Graves scored to move host Westampton Tech past Florence, 3-0.

Cape-Atlantic. Oakcrest's Quinn Hardrick converted a breakaway four minutes into the second overtime to give the Falcons a 1-0 win over visiting Ocean City.

Ryan Costello made 12 saves to lead Oakcrest on defense. The win was the first for the Falcons over Ocean City in 10 years.

Nonleague. Kyle Wade tucked his breakaway effort into the lower left corner of the net in the final minutes to lift host Haddon Township to a 3-2 win over Moorestown Friends.

Wade went off on the breakaway by beating the last defender to a long punt.

Trailing by 2-1 late in the second half, the Hawks' Chris Kobsar evened the score with a 20-yard blast in the 69th minute. Kobsar's goal came on a Wade assist.

Alain Brown volleyed a Nelsen Jerez cross into a corner of the goal to give Eastern a 1-0 home victory over Absegami.

Cory Brodkin made nine saves to earn the shutout.

Seneca used four goalies, and Alec Schuler netted two goals as the host Golden Eagles eased past Woodrow Wilson, 5-0.

Winslow Township's Leo Bracey scored twice, once on a breakaway, for the host Eagles in a 5-0 win over Camden County Tech.

Contact Thomas Mahon at

comments powered by Disqus