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Dave Herrera took a free kick with 1:36 left and blasted a shot over the head of Tyler Marchiano for the game-winning goal to lead Garfield to a 2-1 victory and earn its first state title in school history.
All four of the NJSIAA boys soccer state championships will be broadcast LIVE on MSGVarsity.com on Sunday starting at 10 a.m. and running through kickoff of the 5:30 p.m. nightcap.
Andrew Lomnicki struck for the game’s only goal 2:04 into the first overtime to give the Brearley a 1-0 victory over Waldwick and a trip to the Group 1 state final.
All four Non-Public soccer games will be broadcast LIVE from Kean University on MSGVarsity.com on Sunday including the Non-Public 'A' boys final, Non-Public 'A' girls final, Non-Public 'B' boys final, and the Non-Public 'B' girls final.
Newark Academy answered a Moorestown Friends equalizer in the 72nd minute to give the Minutemen a 2-1 victory in the Non-Public 'B' state championship.
Pedercini finished off a throw-in from Jared Bendeducci with 1:34 left in regulation to give Mendham a 2-1 victory over Hopewell Valley in the final of the NJSIAA North Jersey, Section 2, Group 3 tournament in Mendham.
Delbarton topped Don Bosco Prep, 2-1, to win another North Jersey, Non-Public 'A' sectional title, putting the Green Wave one win away from a fourth straight state championship.
Whippany Park rallied to score four straight unanswered goals and defeated Parsippany 4-1 to win their first sectional title since 2004 and only title since moving over to the North 2, Group 2 division.
Junior forward Matt Mischler cranked in a season-high three goals to help fourth-seeded Monroe overcome a two-goal deficit and edge top-seeded and 13th-ranked New Brunswick, 3-2, Tuesday in the Central Jersey, Group 4 semifinals
In the second overtime period, Camryn Bury found open space in the Pingry zone and volleyed a shot over the head of Libby Parsons for the game-winning goal to give PC a 2-1 victory and earn a trip to the sectional finals.
Old Tappan upsets top-seeded Northern Highlands, 1-0, to advance to the North Jersey, Section 1, Group 3 tournament final for the first time in program history.
Kevin Patino struck for two goals, one in each half, and Elizabeth was able to rid its demons in a 2-0 victory over the Raiders to earn a birth in the sectional finals.
After a scoreless first half, West Orange had a corner kick with 18-minutes remaining and Zach Aimes crossed a perfect ball into the box that was headed home by Andrei Rosu to give his team the first goal and eventual 1-0 victory.
Connor Kelly's goal in the second half lead 12th-seeded Old Tappan to a 1-0 victory over fifth-seeded Wayne Hills in the opening round of the North Jersey, Section 1, Group 3 state tournament.
Backup senior forward Kevin Flores delivered a season-high two goals to steer third-seeded Elizabeth to a 4-1 decision over 14th-seeded Bridgewater-Raritan in the opening round of the NJSIAA North Jersey, Section 2, Group 4 boys soccer tournament
The state tournament brackets are out and the tournament will kick off next week as we hit the final regular season New Jersey boys soccer power rankings of the year.
John Najarro scored with just seconds left to draw Kearny level with St. Peter's Prep. The Kardinals stayed unbeaten after no one could push across a game-winner in overtime.
Pascack Valley hosts unbeaten and Tri-State ranked Tenafly in a Big North boys soccer showdown. Find out when and how to watch before the big game Thursday night at 7 p.m.
The Gray Bees finally got their chance at redemption on Saturday night and struck for an early goal in the first half, thanks to Joey Meyer, to defeat Salesianum 1-0 and improve to a perfect 10-0 on the season.
Damian Konefal drew a penalty kick from a handball in the box in overtime, and the junior midfielder converted to give Clifton a 2-1 victory over host Wayne Hills
With the New Jersey boys soccer season now in full swing, Passaic Tech goes on the road Tuesday afternoon to take on Fair Lawn at 4:15 p.m. and the game can be seen live on MSGVarsity.com.
Delbarton capped off their third straight home invitational tournament championship with a 1-0 victory over DeMatha Catholic on Sunday, after blanking St. Augustine 2-0 in the opener on Saturday.
Through eight games to start the 2015 season, Delbarton stands at a perfect 8-0 and St. Augustine was its latest victim to face the impenetrable Green Wave defense. Not only is Delbarton perfect, its defense is perfect and recorded its eight-straight shutout 2-0 over St. Augustine.
One of the top teams in the Shore Conference, Christian Brothers Academy, makes the trek to the Big North to take on Don Bosco Prep on the boys soccer pitch.
Zach Fitzegerald scored two goals and assisted on a third, but it was Piero Batarseh's assist to Fitzgerald in the second half that made the difference in Passaic Valley's 3-2 victory over Lakeland Regional.
In a battle for Morris County supremacy, Randolph goes on the road to take on Morristown Monday afternoon and the game can be seen live on MSGVarsity.com at 4:00 p.m.
With the pressure of being nationally ranked by Don Bosco Prep, the Ironmen rebounded from a tough defensive 1-0 loss against Seton Hall Prep on opening day with a decisive 2-0 victory over defending county champs Cliffside Park at Ironmen Stadium.
St. Benedict's has high expectations for 2015 and anything less than another national title will be considered a disappointment for the talented and experienced Gray Bees.
Seton Hall Prep took on all challengers in the preseason and that preparation helped the Pirates top fellow state title contender, Don Bosco Prep, 1-0, on opening day.
With the New Jersey boys’ soccer season under a week away, see which teams are poised to make an impact this season in the three divisions of the Super Essex Conference.
With the New Jersey boys' soccer season just over a week away, see which teams are poised to make an impact this season in the seven divisions of the Big North Conference.
The bitter taste of losing to Delbarton 1-0 in the Non-Public, North Jersey A state tournament last year has not left the mouths of the Seton Hall Prep soccer team, but with coach Marty Berman returning for his 30th season atop the helm, optimism remains high for the Pirate faithful.