Wardlaw-Hartridge Boys Varsity Soccer Team Shuts Out Spotswood


EDISON, NJ - Wardlaw-Hartridge boys varsity soccer team shut out Spotswood High School on Friday.

Both of Wardlaw-Hartridge's goals were scored in the first half. Diego Ferreia and Alden Raez were the goal scorers for the Edison-based high school. Andre Sousa had an assist in the victory.

Cameron Cabrera had four saves and Andrew Park had one for Wardlaw-Hartridge in net. Both Cabrera and Park spent time in goal.

Wardlaw- Hartridge's  next matchup will be an away contest against Middlesex High School on Monday, October 12 at 4:15 P.M.


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