S. Jersey Boys: Fri. S.J.boys: McGann lifts Wildwood Catholic

Posted: October 06, 2013



Wildwood Catholic 2, St. Joseph 1: Pat McGann scored the game-winning goal with 10 minutes remaining in regulation to lift host Wildwood Catholic over St. Joseph. The go-ahead goal was assisted by Sal Zampirri. Sal's younger brother, Anthony Zampirri, made three saves. C.J. Marchesani stopped six shots for St. Joseph.

Hammonton 5, Millville 0: Five Blue Devils found the back of the net in their home victory. Ross Adamucci, Jeff Auleta, John Maturano, Jonathan McCarthy, and Shane Guyer tallied goals.


Audubon 1, Gateway 0: Zach Thomas scored 50 seconds into the game, and that's all the visiting Green Wave needed to top the Gators. Wayne Test stopped six shots for Audubon, and Logan Bersani also made six saves for Gateway.

Haddon Township 7, Lindenwold 1: Mario Mandescu and Kyler White each registered two goals as the Hawks cruised to a home victory. Kyle Wade scored once and added three assists.


Timber Creek 3, Lenape 0: Vinny Palmucci had a foot in all three goals for the Chargers. Palmucci scored Timber Creek's only goal in the first half and added a goal and an assist on Alex Kourahanis' score in the second half.

Shawnee 7, Winslow Township 0: The Renegades had seven different goal scorers in this victory over the visiting Eagles. Justin Wigley, Zack Schwartz, Matt Lampe, Tre Hardwick, Dave Armbruster, Nick Cristea, and Mike Armbruster all found the back of the net.

Washington Township 3, Seneca 0: Derek MacKinnon assisted on two goals in the Minutemen's home triumph. Ross Hubbard and Burak Ozdemir added goals for Washington Township.

Burlington City 3, Pemberton 2: Goals from Ahmet Kaya, Faruk Ozdemir, and Humphrey Stein helped the Blue Devils sneak past host Pemberton. Blair Carrico scored both goals for the Hornets.

Cherokee 2, Cherry Hill West 1: First-half goals by Mike Mattie and Rei Nozawa were enough for visiting Cherokee to top the Lions. Mattie scored in the 32d minute, and Nozawa added an insurance goal seven minutes later. Eamon McCarren made three saves for the Chiefs. Joseph Poole scored the Lions' only goal in the 44th minute.

Bordentown 2, Burlington Township 0: Boris Urgiles scored once in each half for the host Scotties. Dino Gromitsaris stopped all seven shots he faced to record the shutout.

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