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BOYS SOCCER Tigers beat Champion; Mooney wins



Published: Sun, September 8, 2002 @ 12:00 a.m.



HOWLAND -- Elliot Lonsdale and Neil Clagett scored goals Saturday to give the Howland High boys soccer team a 2-0 victory over Champion.

Mike Maiorano assisted on both goals for the Tigers (2-1-1), and goalie Jonathan Airhart had six saves in the shutout.

Cardinal Mooney 7, Wilmington (Pa.) 1

STRUTHERS -- Senior Chris Conese scored his first three goals of the season and sophomore Kiki Willis added two more for the Cardinals (3-1) who have won three straight.

Jeff Seddon and Pat Walker also scored and Alex Simon had two assists for the Cards who opened a 6-0 lead at the break.

Mark Dobish scored on a penalty kick for the Greyhounds (1-3).

Badger 5, Warren Harding 1

WARREN -- Kyle Arnold scored two goals to lead Badger past Warren Harding. Nate Raught, Matt Riley and Eric Klingemier added one each for the Braves (2-2).

Badger goalies Josh Dagres and Josh Gilliland combined for 15 saves.

Todd Schaegal scored for Harding (0-4).

Salem 5, United 0

HANOVERTON -- Ryan Barrett scored two goals for the Quakers (2-3-1). Bruce Moffett, Brian Schwartz and Matt Barrett had a goal apiece.

Chris Frank had an assist for the Quakers. Goalkeeper Andrew Loudon had six saves.

The United (2-3) goalie Evan Egli had eight saves.

Hubbard 4, Niles 2

HUBBARD -- Chris Styn and Justin Daly each scored two goals for the Eagles (3-1). Anthony Palestro and Styn had an assist apiece. Goalkeeper Mike Mogg and Aaron Severa combined for seven saves.

Brian McFadden and Nathan Mang each scored a goal for the Red Dragons (0-3-2). Keeper Brett Gatta had 15 saves. Hubbard had 35 shots on goal, compared to 14 for Niles.

West Branch 7, Louisville 0

BELOIT -- Jake Schlosser scored two goals and had an assist while Cory Criss, Dave Frankhouser, Adam Harris, Kurt Tillman and Tim McCracken each had a goal for the Warriors (4-1, 1-0 NBC).

West Branch took more shots (24-6) and tried all seven corner kicks.




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