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Bridgewater-Raritan Boys Soccer Lands 5 Players on All-Conference Team

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BRIDGEWATER, NJ - The Somerset County champion Bridgewater-Raritan boys soccer team is represented with five players on the All-Skyland Conference Delaware Division team, which was announced last week.

Bridgewater-Raritan, which finished 17-0-4 with a share of the county tournament title and a victory in the Section 2, Group 4 championship game, was recognized by conference coaches with these five selections on first team: Dominick Demcak, Sean Masur, Brandon Jimenez, Anthony Cabrera and Calum Erlenborn.

Cabrera led the Panthers in goals with 15, Demcak paced the team in assists with 10 as well as scoring 10 goals, Masur patrolled the midfield and had seven goals and eight assists, and Jimenez had six assists to go with two goals. Erlenborn made 112 saves in goal on the season, playing a big part in BRHS' 12 shutouts. Bridgewater-Raritan shut out its last four opponents, being eliminated by Kearny in a shootout in the state Group 4 semifinals after the two teams played to a 0-0 tie after regulation and two overtime periods.

Bridgewater-Raritan players represented on the Delaware Division second team are Brady Regan, Kavan Shah and Nathan Han.

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