It’s been a good week for the Archbishop Curley soccer team as the Friars have now won three of their last four starts, including a 2-0 win over visiting Archbishop Spalding, on Tuesday, to strengthen their playoff prospects as the regular seasons winds to a close.
Against Spalding, Curley scored a single goal in each half and goalkeeper Jason Gordon made five stops to secure the shutout.
Curley’s first goal came midway through the first half when Ricky Greensfelder crossed the ball to Michael Sauers, who hit a one-timer from six yards. Eric Spalt scored on a breakaway, with 20 minutes to go in the second half.
The Friars are now 7-7-1 overall and and 5-5 in the MIAA A Conference where they sit in fifth place.
|Archbishop Curley 2, Archbishop Spalding 0|
AS-Beyers 7; AC-Gordon 5.