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Boys Soccer NJSIAA Tournament

Group Championships

At Franklin High School

Non-Public A

CBA 1, Seton Hall Prep 0

Senior Will Thygeson broke free of the Seton Hall defense, ran down a pass from junior Dimitry Corba and finished the game's lone goal with 3:26 left on the clock to give the Colts a championship win over the Pirates.

The Non-Public A title is the eighth in program history for CBA and the third in the last seven seasons. It also avenged a 2-0 loss to Seton Hall Prep in last year's Non-Public A championship game at Kean and gave CBA a 19-game winning streak to end the year after dropping a 1-0 opener to Marlboro.

CBA junior goalkeeper Miles Gallagher and the defense finished off their 14th shutout of the season, with Gallagher delivering three saves to close out his season with seven goals allowed in 20 games.


Non-Public B

Gill St. Bernard's 0, St. Rose 0 - Gill St. Bernard's wins on penalties, 3-2

Goalkeeper Mike Dumiec saved two attempts during the shootout and the Knights pulled out a win in penalty kicks over the Purple Roses to win their fourth straight Group B championship and sixth in the last 11 years.

St. Rose held down a Gill St. Bernard's attack that had scored 30 goals in its previous six matches by overcoming a 20-3 shot disparity that prompted junior goalkeeper Jack Harmon to save nine shots in order to keep the Knights off the board.

Gill St. Bernard's converted their first three attempts of the shootout and Harmon saved the fourth to keep St. Rose's title hopes alive. Seniors James Vitale and Matt Cheney, meanwhile, hit their penalties to hold serve for the Purple Roses. Dumiec, however, saved St. Rose's fifth attempt to end the game.


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