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Boys Soccer: Ridge Defeats North Hunterdon, 3-1 on "Senior Night"

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RHS varsity boys soccer seniors. Credits: By Betsy Bacot-Aigner
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RHS goalie, junior Jason Clingensmith, made 5 saves during the Oct. 18 "Senior NIght" game. Credits: By Betsy Bacot-Aigner
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Andrew Barton, Joe Jara, Julian Larrondo celebrate Joe's goal (assisted by Andrew and Julian), during the team's 3-1 "Senior Night" win over North Hunterdon. Credits: By Betsy Bacot-Aigner
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Ridge soccer's Noah Jefferies right after scoring a goal for Ridge during their winning game against North Hunterdon on Oct. 18. Credits: By Betsy Bacot-Aigner
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Ridge senior Hunter Esposito on his way to scoring a goal in the team's 3-1win against North Hunterdon on Oct. 18. Credits: By Betsy Bacot-Aigner
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Hunter Esposito Credits: TAPinto.net file photo
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BASKING RIDGE, NJ - The Ridge boys soccer team scored two goals in the second half to pull away from a deadlock and score a 3-1 victory over North Hunterdon Tuesday night. [Updated with photos].

Hunter Esposito, Joe Jara and Noah Jefferies each scored goals for Ridge (6-8). Andrew Barton and Julian Larrondo contributed assists for the Red Devils, who outshot North Hunterdon, 14-8.

Ridge goalie Jason Clingensmith made five saves. The Lions fell to 5-8.

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The game was Senior Night for Ridge. 

Seniors in the photo above include, left to right, Ethan Brady, Thomas Mazumder, Glen Serillo, PJ Shariati, Julian Larrondo, Biron Arcentales, Andrew Barton, Noah Jefferies, Omar Faheem, Joe Jara, Hunter Esposito, Austen Lui, Kevin Zhao, George Pagoulatos, Alex Esposito. 

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