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Nick Moran and Brandon Rubin Power Spotswood Past Wardlaw-Hartridge

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EDISON, NJ - The Spotswood High School boys varsity soccer team continued its roll with a 5-1 victory over Wardlaw-Hartridge on Wednesday, September 28. Nick Moran continued his goal streak, netting two and and adding an assist. The senior has scored at least one goal in all of the Chargers' nine games this season. Brandon Rubin also scored two goals for Spotswood. Matteo Tavella had the other goal for the Chargers. Brothers Nick and Matt Evanego both notched assists while Andrew Oross earned an assist as well in the win.

Andre Sousa had the lone goal for Wardlaw-Hartiridge. Spotswood held a commanding three goal lead by the halftime break and added two more in the second half. Sousa scored Wardlaw-Hartridge's goal in the second half. Andrew Park made six saves for the Rams.

In addition to his assist, Matt Evanego spent the entire game between the pipes for Spotswood. He and fellow goalkeeper, Andrew Bishara, have been splitting time in net for the majority of the games this season. Evanego made six saves in the Chargers' victory.

The win improved Spotswood's record on the season to 7-2. They will play a 4 p.m. home game on Friday, September 30 against South River High School, weather permitting. The outlook for Friday's weather is currently looking quite soggy.

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