Soccer Recaps: Newman edges Rummel

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Area Prep Soccer Report for Saturday, Jan. 21

A pair of top teams in their respective classifications hooked up Friday evening at Lupin Field.

In the end, the home team prevailed.

Defending state champion Newman edged Archbishop Rummel 3-2.

The Raiders led 1-0 at halftime but the Greenies stormed back, scoring three second half goals, all on set pieces, for the win.

Cole Spady and Kearney Nieset scored the goals for Newman.

Tobo Takpor scored both goals for the Raiders.

The Greenies are No. 1 in the latest LHSAA Division IV rankings while the Raiders are No. 2 in the Division II rankings.

Newman (14-2-3) will travel to Archbishop Hannan Monday at 6 p.m.

Rummel (17-5) will play at Belle Chasse Tuesday at 7 p.m.

West Jefferson defeated rival John Ehret 3-0 in a District 7-I contest.

Junior Luis Castro, sophomore Henry Reyes and sophomore Ameth Ndao each scored a goal for the Buccaneers while senior Maicol Martinez added an assist.

West Jefferson (5-4-2, 2-1-1) returns to action today at Northshore at 2:30 p.m. in a non-district contest while the Patriots (6-9-1, 1-4) will host Livingston Collegiate Monday at 6 p.m.

Fisher won at Christ Episcopal 4-2.

The Gators led 2-1 at halftime.

Senior Carlos Hernandez led Fisher, recording a hat trick while adding an assist. Junior Lane Creppel had a goal and an assist.

Fisher (8-5-1) will next host Carver Tuesday at 5 p.m. while Christ Episcopal (2-8) will face Dunham January 30.

In girls action, St. Thomas Aquinas bounced Central 10-2.

Freshman Bronwyn Doan was tremendous, scoring four goals for the Falcons while junior Julia Bouffard had three goals. Freshman Sophie Lacroix was superb as well with three goals and two assists.

STA (12-1-2) will host Dunham Monday at 6 p.m.

Area Prep Soccer Results from Friday, Jan. 20

Belaire 4, St. Thomas Aquinas 3
Carver 2, Chalmette 1
De La Salle 2, Archbishop Hannan 1
East Jefferson 1, Grace King 1
Fisher 4, Christ Episcopal 2
Fontainebleau 1, Ponchatoula 1
Hahnville 7, Thibodaux 1
Jesuit 1, Brother Martin 0
Morgan City 5, Patrick Taylor 0
Newman 3, Archbishop Rummel 2
New Orleans Military & Maritime 8, St. Augustine 0
Northshore 3, Hammond 2
Pearl River 8, Franklinton 1
South Lafourche 1, East St. John 0
St. Paul’s 4, Mandeville 1
Thomas Jefferson 4, Jefferson Rise 1
West Jefferson 3, John Ehret 0

Archbishop Hannan 4, Pearl River 0
Destrehan 5, H.L. Bourgeois 0
Dominican 1, Byrd 1
East Jefferson 6, Grace King 0
Fontainebleau 4, Ponchatoula 1
Hahnville 10, Bonnabel 1
Kenner Discovery 8, Franklinton 0
New Orleans Military & Maritime 8, Karr 0
Northshore 9, Hammond 0
Patrick Taylor 1, Morgan City 1
Riverside Academy 8, De La Salle 0
St. Scholastica 4, Mandeville 0
St. Thomas Aquinas 10, Central 2
St. Thomas More 2, Mount Carmel Academy 1
Willow School 5, Ursuline Academy 0

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