S. Jersey Boys: Tues. S.J. boys: Hart, Clayton blank Gloucester

Posted: October 24, 2013

Kevin Hart scored in the first half for Clayton on Tuesday, and his goal proved to be enough in the Clippers' 1-0 win against visiting Gloucester in a Tri-County Classic boys' soccer match.

Clayton's Derek Foglein made six saves to allow the lead to stand.

In other Tri-County Classic play, Erik Marrero broke a scoreless tie in the second half to give Pitman a 1-0 victory at Salem.

Tri-County Diamond. Jason Loeffler, Alex Masoorli, and Bobby Tripodi scored for Deptford, which edged visiting Glassboro, 3-2. Chance O'Connor and Jack Thompson scored for Glassboro.

Burlington County Freedom. Osman Cakir, Ahmet Kaya, Faruk Ozdemir, and Steven Torres scored for Burlington City in the second half of a 4-2 comeback win against visiting Florence. Amandip Kahler scored both of Florence's goals.

Andrew Katella and Jordan Pulice scored for Palmyra in a 2-1 win at Westampton Tech. Palmyra's Gabe Hochenberger made seven saves.

Medford Tech's Timothy McHale scored in the first half and Danny Lucas tied the game in the second half for Riverside in a game that ended in a 1-1 tie at Medford Tech. Johnny Tapia made 12 saves for Riverside.

Burlington County Liberty. Jake McDevitt scored twice in the first half, and Eric Baumhauer made eight saves for Cinnaminson to hang on to a 2-0 win at Northern Burlington.

Fatai King scored his 14th goal and had an assist to lead Rancocas Valley past host Burlington Township, 2-0. Jesse McPartland earned his fourth shutout with three saves, and Isaiah Kuris also scored for Rancocas Valley.

Shane Doherty scored twice in Delran's 4-0 win at Pennsauken. Ryan Ferreira scored in the first half from 25 yards, and Nicholas Stone chipped in a goal in the second half.

Burlington County Patriot. Omer Kaya had a goal and two assists to lead Bordentown to a 7-0 win at Willingboro.

Penn-Jersey. Matt Myers and John Victor scored in the first half and host Doane Academy earned a 2-1 victory against Pine Forge in the Penn-Jersey League semifinals.

In the other semifinal, host Life Center topped Solebury School, 2-1, behind goals from Shiekh Bangura and Blaine Rogers.

Nonleague. Cumberland's Tyler Skye scored in the first half, and his team held on for a 1-0 win at Schalick.

Triton's Robert Rosetti set up goals by Javiar Arias and Corey Laubenstein, but Triton settled for a 2-2 tie against visiting GCIT.

Pat McGann scored in the second half to help Wildwood Catholic escape with a 2-2 tie at Wildwood.

Eric Hepler scored a goal and assisted on another one in host Woodstown's 4-1 victory against Buena. Tyler Measel, Alex Norbuts, and Matthew Simmermon also scored for Woodstown.

Derrick Amoako had a goal and an assist in Atlantic City's four-goal second half, which led the Vikings to a 4-0 win at Pinelands. Yoni Sanchez-Garcia made two saves to earn the shutout for Atlantic City.

Chris Kain had two goals to lead Gloucester Catholic in a 7-2 victory at Highland.



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