Newton tops Pope John, 6-0


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  • Pope John's Jakob Makeover kicks the ball late in the game.




  • Pope John Lion Michael Skounakis is about to kick the ball as a pair of Newton Braves approach.




  • Newton's Jimmy McKeown approaches the ball.




  • Newton's Josh Faller is about to kick the ball.




  • Pope John's Prajith Stephen is in control of the ball.




Pope John XXIII Regional High School was defeated by Newton High School in varsity boys soccer on Saturday, Sept. 29, 2018.

The final score was 6-0.

Kevin Ayoso scored two goals and contributed an assist for Newton. Joey Spadafora added two goals. David Crowley and Anthony Briones each contributed one goal.

Team records: Newton Braves 7-1. Pope John Lions 0-8.

— Photos by George Leroy Hunter







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