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Boys Soccer: Bridgewater-Raritan Beats Pingry in Overtime, 2-1

Credits: Guy Kipp
Nathan Bliss (20), Brady Feuer (4) Credits: Guy Kipp
Trevor McNulty (7) Credits: Guy Kipp
Credits: Guy Kipp
Brady Feuer (4) Credits: Guy Kipp
Bridgewater-Raritan goalie Calum Erlenborn Credits: Guy Kipp

MARTINSVILLE, NJ - The Bridgewater-Raritan boys soccer team rallied late and then scored in overtime to defeat Pingry and remain undefeated Tuesday afternoon at Pingry.

Anthony Cabrera scored both goals for the Panthers (6-0-1), one in the 78th minute of regulation, the other in the early stages of overtime. Cabrera's first goal, which erased a 1-0 Pingry lead, came after he controlled a loose ball from Brandon Jimenez in the box.

His second goal, the game-winner, came off a feed from Sean Masur, who was denied a goal midway through the first half when Pingry keeper Owen Wolfson made a diving save.

Each team attempted six shots on goal. Calum Erlenborn of BRHS made five saves. Bridgewater-Raritan next visits Scotch Plains-Fanwood Saturday at 3 p.m.

 

 

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