Tuesday, October 3, 2006
By George Brookings
In the Olympic Conference Patriot Division, every team by now knows that the Renegades from Shawnee's boys' soccer team have started out this season undefeated through nine games. Every game on their schedule, especially against teams from that division, is important to come away with the win and stay above five hundred percentage record. That scenario would set up today’s match up between the Mustangs from Triton hosting Pennsauken. The Mustangs would score three times during the first half and led by two at the break. Pennsauken's efforts would come up short during the second half and Triton would pick up the 4-3 victory and earn an important division win.
Triton began this game controlling the play setting up several scoring changes. Anthony DiPalmo would score twice and Evan Gotthold’s goal gave the Mustangs a 3-0 lead. Dan Patton’s goal narrowed Pennsauken’s deficit right before the half. Frank Twenaboa’s goal during the second half put the Indians right back into this game and trailed by a 3-2 margin. That’s when Bobby Seaberger scored for Triton and pushed their advantage back ahead by two and proved to be the game winner. Dom Candelier scored a goal late in the game for the Indians to finish out the scoring.