Cape Gazette

Cape soccer downs St. Thomas More 5-0

Oct 21, 2013
Photo by: Dan Cook Cape's Zach Swarbrick centers a pass in the 5-0 win over the Ravens.

The Cape soccer team defeated visiting St. Thomas More Oct. 17 by a score of 5-0 to improve to 11-1 on the season with three games remaining.

Cape will host Delmar at 7 p.m., Tuesday Oct. 22, for Senior Night as the Vikings say goodbye to nine seniors who over the last three seasons under coach Gary Montalto have been part of a 33-6-3 record of success.

St. Thomas More hung with Cape for the first half of action, trailing 1-0 at halftime, with Cape’s goal coming from Max Euler on an assist from Bill Swontek  at 43:43.

The second half was all Cape as the Vikings scored four unanswered goals, two from Zack Swarbrick and single goals from Bill Swontek and Max Euler.

Tyler Malloy, Drew Mulchay, Max Euler and Zach Swarbrick all recorded second-half assists .

Goalies Griffin Kammerer with 4 and Dan Lewis with 2 saves guarded the Cape net, while Rourke Bonnell had 15 saves for the Ravens, who dropped to 2-8 on the season.

Notes. After playing Delmar, Cape will play away games at Smyrna Thursday, Oct. 24, and Indian River Tuesday, Oct. 29.  The state tournament, which is two divisions of eight teams this year, begins Wednesday, Nov. 6.

Cape's Billy Swontek heads a ball while St. Thomas More's Anthony Caruso defends on the play. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Cape's Zach Swarbrick is fouled on a play to the midfield. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Cape's Drew Mucahy, left, battles a Ravens player for possession in the midfield. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Max Euler controls a high ball. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Vikings defender Conor Donohoe clears a ball from the Cape defensive zone. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Billy Swontek, left, brings the ball into the Cape offensive zone with the Ravens' Anthony Caruso defending. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Cape senior forward Abdias Girardi controls a high ball. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Nestor Bermudez gets a header. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Jose Santana is pushed from behind on a play. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
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