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Boys Soccer: Piscataway Senior Night Ends in a Tie with Edison Eagles, 0-0

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Piscataway Boys Soccer: Senior Night Ends in a Tie with Edison Eagles, 0-0 Credits: Ken Simmons-TAPinto Piscataway
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Piscataway Boys Soccer: Senior Night Ends in a Tie with Edison Eagles, 0-0 Credits: Ken Simmons-TAPinto Piscataway
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Piscataway Chiefs Boys Varsity soccer Credits: Ken Simmons-TAPinto Piscataway
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Piscataway Boys Varsity Soccer starting lineup vs. Edison Eagles Credits: Ken Simmons-TAPinto Piscataway
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PISCATAWAY, NJ – The weather was right for soccer in Chiefs Nation on Wednesday as Piscataway teams went up against Edison High School at Green Acres Field and the high school's stadium.

Piscataway Boys Varsity honored thirteen seniors on Senior Night before the Chiefs put the pressure on Edison High School, coming into the game with a 2-7 record.

Through most of the first half the Chiefs kept the ball in Edison territory, but a strong Eagles defense stopped every shot on goal.

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But Piscataway had answers downfield, blocking their opponent in both halves with the game ending in a scoreless tie.

Piscataway's JV Boys team also played Edison, winning 2-0, while the Piscataway Girls Varsity flew past the Eagles, 4-1.

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