Friends School’s boys’ soccer squad maintained its perfect start Tuesday with a come-from-behind 3-2 victory over St. Mary’s in a MIAA B Conference Red division contest.
Three unassisted goals from three different scorers assured the points for the Quakers (5-0 overall, 4-0 in MIAA B). Junior Nabil Odulate tied the game in the first half for Friends.
Junior Jimmy Dendrinos notched the Quakers’ second after the break with a mazy run and a cooly slotted left foot shot to the keeper’s right. St. Mary’s pulled even at 2, only to have sophomore Cedric Charlier snatch the points for the home side with a rasping shot from 12 yards with five minutes shy of the final whistle.