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Spotswood Boys Soccer Loses In Overtime To Woodbridge

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WOODBRIDGE, NJ - The Spotswood High School boys varsity soccer team lost in overtime to Woodbridge High School, 4-3, on Monday.

Andrew Fuentes netted two goals for the Barrons while Melvin Gutierrez Alvarado and Peter Flomo each added one in the victory.

Spotswood and Woodbridge ended the half knotted at one. Both teams scored two goals in the second half to send the game into overtime.

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Andrew Oross scored two goals for the Chargers, bringing his season total to 10. Yanni Hatziztefanis netted one for Spotswood. Jordan Church, Luke Tharney and Chris Moran all notched assists in the loss.

Andrew Bishara and Marr Evanego both spent time in goal for Spotswood. Bishara made six saves while Evanego made two.

The loss to Woodbridge drops the Chargers' overall record to 3-4. The defending Greater Middlesex Conference Blue Division champs are 2-3 in conference play.

Spotswood will look to even its record at .500 on Wednesday when the Chargers take on Robbinsville High School at the Spotswood High School Varsity Soccer Field at 4 p.m.

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