Prep Wrapup: Encizo scores four goals in Marshall’s shutout of Wallenberg

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Boys Soccer: Marshall 4, Wallenberg 0

In seven games this season, Marshall had scored just one goal.

On Tuesday, Marshall’s Aldo Encizo more than quadrupled that total against Wallenberg (0-8), scoring all four goals, and gave the Phoenix (1-7) their first win of the season.

Boys Soccer: ISA 3, Galileo 1

The Cobras (4-4-1) are having one of the best seasons in school history, and Galileo (2-5-1) has struggled at times, so on the surface, the score looks rather ordinary.

But what made ISA’s win noteworthy is that the Cobras did it with 10 players in uniform.

Despite playing a man down throughout, ISA standout Jonathan Guerra scored two first-half goals in the win. Galileo sophomore Jorge Cruz scored a goal to cut the lead to 2-1 at the half, but the Lions could not eliminate the deficit.

Girls Volleyball: Drew 3, Jewish Community 1

After dropping the first game to the Wolves (7-3), Drew (8-1) rallied for three consecutive wins to clinch the match 21-25, 25-18, 25-22, 25-14.

Drew’s Ava Decker had 10 kills in the third game alone and Keely Skehan recorded six aces in the clinching fourth.

Boys Soccer: University 3, Lick-Wilmerding 1

After spotting Lick a goal midway through the first half, the Red Devils (7-2-2, 3-0-2) scored three unanswered goals in the second half to remain undefeated in Bay Counties League West play.

Michael Lauricella, Mani Ghiasi and Wyatt Kim scored the three goals in a span of 16 minutest to secure the win.

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