HAMILTON >> Thirteen has not exactly been an unlucky number for the Steinert varsity boys soccer team, but then again it has not truly been a lucky number for the Spartans either eight games into the 2017 season. You see 13 is the number of goals coach Anthony Tessein’s team has scored so far, and it is also the number of goals it has allowed. That leaves Steinert one game above .500 (thanks to a tie) after a frustrating, 2-1 loss to Jackson Memorial Saturday.
HAMILTON >> After winning just one of their first four games this season, the Trenton Catholic Academy soccer players know things are not automatically going to go right for them unless they make them happen. It may take some work, but the Iron Mikes have the desire they need as they displayed in a 1-0 win over Medford Tech Friday. “We still don’t have a full roster,” second-year coach Christopher Dailey said. “We might not have enough (players) to overcome adversity as the season goes on.
PRINCETON >> The Princeton High boys soccer team believes there is no reason to be alarmed. Even though the Little Tigers lost to Westfield, 3-0, Wednesday, they do not feel there is any reason for great worry. Princeton had handled its five Colonial Valley Conference opponents leading up to that game without a loss, outscoring them, 14-2. The Little Tigers had not been shut out since 2014 and had not lost a game by more than two goals since 2012. So this was just a very bad day.
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