Bergen County boys soccer round for Sept. 28: Contreras keeps Old Tappan undefeated

Old Tappan 2, Demarest 0

Kevin Contreras scored two second half goals to lead Old Tappan to a 2-0 victory over Demarest in Old Tappan.

It is the fifth multi-goal game of the season for Contreras, who has 12 goals on the year for Old Tappan (6-0). Michael Greenberg made 10 saves to earn his first shutout of the season.

Ryan Shklyer had four saves for Demarest (4-2-1), which had previously been undefeated in the Big North National Division.

No. 10 Ramsey, Westwood 0

Patrick Weir’s goal was the difference as Ramsey, No. 10 in the Top 20, defeated Westwood, 1-0, in Washington.

Luke Ernst assisted on the goal for Ramsey (7-1), winners of seven in a row. Steven De Pinto made three saves to earn the shutout.

Westwood falls to 6-2.

Ramapo 6, Hackensack 1

Damian DiLisio scored three goals as Ramapo rolled to a 6-1 victory over Hackensack in Hackensack.

Kevin McDonough had a goal and two assists for Ramapo (5-0-1), which led 3-1 at halftime. Riely Szoke and Nick Marino scored a goal as well. In goal, Antonio Spina made two saves while Rob Achter and Liam McQuillen had one apiece.

Larry Perry scored the lone Hackensack (4-2-1) goal and Alex Espinoza made nine saves.

Bergen Catholic 2, DePaul 0

Kyle Tencza made four saves for his first shutout of the season as Bergen Catholic, No. 20 in the Top 20, defeated DePaul, 2-0, in Oradell.

Ryan Chong and Sebastian Ortega each scored a goal in the second half for Bergen Catholic (4-3-1).

DePaul falls to 3-4.

Dwight-Morrow 2, Dumont 1 (OT)

Steven Carabano and Carlos Cervantes scored a goal apiece as Dwight-Morrow defeated Dumont, 2-1, in overtime, in Englewood.

Edwin Sanchez made four saves and Gabriel Solano had two for Dwight-Morrow (5-4), which snapped a two-game losing streak.

Aidan Browne tied the game at 1-1 for Dumont (2-5) with a goal in the second half and Brendan Mescall made five saves.

River Dell 2, Mahwah 1

Gil Benyossef scored two goals, one in each half, to lead River Dell to a 2-1 victory over Mahwah in Oradell.

Sean Langley and Liam Schwabik each added an assist for River Dell and Jonah Nippes made four saves.

Mahwah falls to 2-5.

Tenafly 3, Bergenfield 1

Nicholas Vaimakis scored two second half goals as Tenafly defeated Bergenfield, 3-1, in Tenafly.

Niccolo Bongiorno had two assists for Tenafly (5-1-2). Eyal J. Mermelstein added a goal and Brandon Gizzo made two saves.

Justin Torres made 13 saves for Bergenfield (3-5-1), which got a goal by Peter Polanco in defeat.

Paramus 4, Northern Highlands 0

Joseph Tavano dished out two assists for Paramus in a 4-0 victory over Northern Highlands in Paramus.

Dallas Cacciato, Milan Shukla, Luca Amato and Matthew Carmona had a goal apiece for Paramus (2-4). Daniel Morales made four saves to earn the shutout.

Matthew Yates had four saves for Northern Highlands (2-6).

Waldwick 8, Saddle River Day 0

Noah Ysern scored three goals as Waldwick rolled to an 8-0 victory in Waldwick.

Daniel Perdomo, Alex Manziano and Julian Ruehlemann each had a goal with two assists for Waldwick (5-0-2), which erupted for eight first half goals. Alex Wang and Victor Lara each scored a goal in the win. Alex Da Silva and Nicky Bamrick combined on the shutout, making one save apiece.

Saddle River day falls to 0-6.

Pascack Valley 6, Teaneck 0

Sean Slevin scored three first half goals as Pascack Valley rolled to a 6-0 victory over Teaneck in Hillsdale.

Ethan Schwartz had two goals and Jimmy Shea added one for Pascack Valley (5-2-1), which led 5-0 at halftime.

Teaneck falls to 0-8.

st. Joseph (Mont.) 5, Paramus Catholic 1

Tim Doherty scored three goals as St. Joseph (Mont.) defeated Paramus Catholic, 5-1, in Montvale.

Brendan Neafsey had a goal and an assist for St. Joseph (2-5), which led 2-0 at halftime on a pair of Doherty goals. Leo Steiner added a goal and Carlos Saldana made six saves.

Paramus Catholic falls to 2-6.

Fair Lawn 1, Lakeland 0 – OT

Kasper Piela finished a pass from Nicholas Ramirez in the second overtime to give Fair Lawn a road win.

Joshua Bells recorded the shutout with four saves for Fair Lawn (4-1-2), which took 15 shots on goal.

Juan Perez stopped 14 shots for Lakeland (3-4-1).

Cliffside Park 2, Fort Lee 1 (2 OT)

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