August 22, 2019
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Boys Soccer Round Up: September 10th

Fleetwood 2, Hamburg 0
The Tigers were able to cool off Austin Freeman and Hamburg on their way to a shutout victory Tuesday.  The Tigers now stand at (1-0, 2-3-1) while the Hawks are (0-1, 5-1).

Austin Young struck first for the Tigers as he scored on a free kick.  Also scoring for Fleetwood was Taylor Rapposelli.  Keaton Moyer earned the shutout.

Fleetwood will host Berks Catholic on Thursday, while the Hawks will head to Elverson to battle Twin Valley.

Berks Catholic 3, Schuylkill Valley 2
The Saints earned their first victory of the season Tuesday when league play began.  They now stand at (1-0, 1-2) while the Panthers fell to (0-1, 1-5).

Leading the way for the Saints was Jonathan Gramley, who tallied 2 goals during regulation.  However, following a Panthers goal by Joel Orlando in the final seconds of regulation, it was Andrew Hobson who played hero when he scored the game winner in double overtime.

The Saints also got a pair of assists from Adrian Guttierez. Senior keeper Drew Stanko made 8 saves in the win.

The Saints will head to Fleetwood on Thursday, while the Panthers travel to Robesonia for their matchup against Conrad Weiser.

Daniel Boone 6, Muhlenberg 0
The Burns brothers were at it again on Tuesday in the Blazers win over Muhlenberg.  Jason had his best game of the season with 2 goals and 3 assists.  Jaxson and Jamie each added a goal as well.

Connor Ricci and Branden Valverde also scored in the blowout win, which featured a shutout for Connor Hedgepath.

The Blazers are now (1-1, 3-2) while the Muhls stand at (0-1, 1-4).

Boone will head to Don Thomas Stadium to battle their rival Exeter on Thursday, while Muhlenberg travels to Wilson.

Exeter 3, Mifflin 0
The Eagles earned a 3-0 victory on Tuesday behind stellar play from keeper Joe Mitchell, who registered 8 saves.

Getting the offense going for the Eagles was Craig Grohoski, who notched 2 of the team’s 3 goals.  Sam Feeher added the other goal, while Eric Burkhart garnered 2 assists.

Exeter, now (1-0, 3-2) will play host to Daniel Boone on Thursday.  The Mustangs who fell to (0-1, 4-1) will head to the Pit to face Reading next.

Twin Valley 3, Conrad Weiser 0
The Raiders, fresh off winning their home tournament, defeated Conrad Weiser on Tuesday.

Twin Valley saw goals from James Valihura, Matt Patterson, and Chase Rusden in a 3-0 victory.  Keeper Christian Nedenthal recorded the shutout.

The Raiders are now (1-0, 4-2) as they head into their matchup against Hamburg on Thursday.  The Scouts (0-1, 1-4) will host Schuylkill Valley.

Wyomissing 5, Oley Valley 1
In a battle between two of Berks County’s premier soccer clubs, it was Wyomissing who came out victorious in their matchup against Oley Valley Tuesday.

Andrew Miller led the Spartans offensive attack as he scored 2 goals, bringing his season total to 12 already in the early going.

Also scoring for the Spartans were Jacob DiPillo, Allen Lau, and Aaron McCracken. Grant Davis, John Masano, Dean McCartney, and Trent Moyer all recorded assists in the win.

Scoring for the Lynx was Marcus Frangakis.

The Spartans (1-0, 5-0) will host Antietam on Thursday, while the Lynx (1-1, 4-2) will host Kutztown.

Tulpehocken 3, Antietam 1
The Tulpy Trojans defeated Antietam in their first league matchup on Tuesday.

The Trojans were led by Kevin Berry, who had a goal and 2 assists.  Vance Gladwell also added a goal and an assist for Tulpy, while Brian Garay scored as well.

Jim Borden scored the lone goal for the Mountaineers, while Andy Wrobel made 10 saves.

On Thursday, Tulpehocken (1-0, 3-2) will head to Brandywine Heights in their next league contest.  The Mountaineers, now (0-1, 2-2) will head to Wyomissing to face the undefeated Spartans.

Kutztown 4, Brandywine Heights 0
The Cougars traveled to Mertzville to battle the Bullets on Tuesday as divisional play began.

Philip Moyer recorded a shutout for Kutztown, while Pierre Reedy, Ryan Noon, and brothers Beckham and Kirby Sibiski each scored as well.

Kutztown (1-0, 3-2) will next play at Oley Valley on Thursday, while the Bullets (0-2, 1-5) play host to Tulpehocken.

About Justin Allen

Justin Allen is a 23 year old native of Pottstown, PA. Justin is a die hard Philadelphia sports fan. Justin has also written, recorded, and performed music for the last 10+ years.