SCOTCH PLAINS/FANWOOD, NJ -- With a win in the county tournament semifinals last week and posting a clean sheet in his last two games against Oratory Prep and in the state tournament quarter-finals on Nov. 17 versus New Brunswick, Scotch Plains-Fanwood boys soccer goalkeeper Graham Kois is the Joint Motion Physical Therapy Athlete of the Week.

Despite a rough start against Elizabeth, Kois rebounded after giving up two goals in UCT semi-final, with his team going on to win in double overtime.

Only a freshman, Kois has made 26 saves this season across 5 games, only given up 6 goals, and posted 2 shutouts. There is no doubt that Kois has a bright future ahead of him and will likely take on a  huge role as the last line of defense for the Raiders over the next few seasons.  

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 "For a freshman he has been impressive. He has been humble, had good mentality and understands that to continue to be starting goalkeeper he has to continue to work hard," said Coach Alex Passucci.

Joint Motion Physical Therapy is located across the street from the Stage House Tavern and shares a free, handicap accessible parking lot with the Scotch Plains Public Library. Joint Motion can be reached for an appointment by phone 908-322-3202, or email You can also learn more at

Joint Motion Physical Therapy
373 Park Ave.
Scotch Plains, NJ 07076