NOTE: This year, I am serving as a student announcer for my high school’s major sporting events; as such, I have less time on my hands to write about national sports. Therefore, I will try to counteract that by writing recaps from Bergen Catholic sporting events and placing them here. This recap and all others are 100% mine. I’ll hopefully be writing more of these over the next few weeks and months.
Cole Bosch and Miles Franklyn led the way Saturday as the Bergen Catholic Crusaders defeated the Paramus Catholic Paladins, 4-1, in Big North soccer action.
Franklyn added his second goal of the season roughly nine minutes into the second half. The Syracuse commit played just his second game of the season after missing last Thursday’s game against St. Joseph’s Regional. Bosch, on the other hand, scored the first goal of the game in the first minute of play and added another in the 18th minute. He completed the hat trick with 18 minutes left in the game. Stephen Teitelbaum also added two assists in the victory. Bosch has now scored five goals in his last three halves of action, and you thought Lamar Jackson was dominant…
With the result, the Crusaders jumped to 3-0-0 on the season; the Paladins fell to 0-3-1 with the loss. BC travels to Wayne for their next game against Wayne Valley while Paramus Catholic plays Lakeland. Both games are scheduled for Monday afternoon.