Soccer: Late goal pushes De La Salle past Patrick Taylor

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Area Prep Soccer Report for Saturday, Jan. 22

On a very cold Friday evening, De La Salle scored late to down Patrick Taylor 2-1 at Pan American Stadium.

It was the first win for the Cavaliers since Dec. 29 and it was a welcome one.

Gabe Capasso put De La Salle on top, converting a penalty kick in the first half to give the Cavaliers a 1-0 halftime lead.

The Tigers tied it on a penalty kick early in the second half before Jose Bonet got the game-winner with 10 minutes left in regulation.

De La Salle (6-10-2) returns to action Tuesday night against Sophie B. Wright. Patrick Taylor (0-14-2) will face a tall task against defending Division III state champion Lusher Charter, also on Tuesday.

Area Prep Soccer Results from Friday, Jan. 21

Boys
Archbishop Hannan 1, Lakeshore 1
De La Salle 2, Patrick Taylor 0
East Jefferson 4, Riverdale 0
Fontainebleau 3, Ponchatoula 0
Helen Cox 6, Higgins 0
Kenner Discovery 1, New Orleans Military & Maritime 0
Lusher Charter 8, Sophie B. Wright 0
Morris Jeff Community 8, Landry 0
Newman 3, Country Day 0
Northshore 6, Hammond 0
Pope John Paul II 5, Northlake Christian 1
Slidell 6, Covington 2
St. Charles Catholic 1, St. Martin’s Episcopal 0

Girls
Academy of Our Lady 2, Higgins 0
Archbishop Hannan 4, Pearl River 1
Dominican 6, St. Thomas More 0
Fontainebleau 5, Ponchatoula 0
Grace King 3, Chalmette 0
Haynes Academy 6, East Jefferson 0
H.L. Bourgeois 3, Destrehan 2
Mount Carmel Academy 0, Byrd 0
Patrick Taylor 6, De La Salle 0
Pope John Paul II 2, Northlake Christian 0
Slidell 4, Covington 1
St. Charles Catholic 8, St. Martin’s Episcopal 0
Ursuline Academy 2, New Orleans Military & Maritime 1

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