Cape May Tech tops Buena

Buena's Christian Stewart, background, and Cape May Tech's Cory Hoffman battle for the ball in a Cape-Atlantic League boys soccer matchup held at Cape May Technical High School on Monday.

Staff photo by Dale Gerhard

Cape May County Tech pulled off an upset, beating Buena Regional 3-2 Monday afternoon in Cape-Atlantic League play.

The teams overcame sloppy conditions on a rain-soaked field in Cape May.

Jake Johnson scored twice, once in each half, for the Hawks. His second goal 22 minutes into the second half proved to be the difference-maker.

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The Hawks led, 2-0, at halftime thanks to Johnson's first goal and an own goal by the Chiefs. Johnson's goal was assisted by Jake Rutledge.

Buena cut the lead in the second half thanks to Luis Rivera's goal. Johnson extended the lead to 3-1 before Eliso Ramales scored Buena's second goal.

Robert Edmunds made 11 saves for the Hawks, out-dueling Buena's Jake Bleyhl, who made eight stops.

Buena Regional 0 2-2

Cape May Tech 2 1-3

Goals-Rivera, Ramales BR; Johnson (2) CMT.

Goalies-Bleyhl (8) BR; Edmunds (11).

Records-Buena 8-3, CM Tech 4-5.

Girls soccer

Buena Regional 6,

Cape May County Tech 0

Nicole Gaboda scored three goals to help lead Buena to its third win of the season.

Brianna Harper scored a goal and added an assist while Courtney Curcio and Aysiah Cintron added one goal apiece. Lynn Brown made two saves for the Chiefs.

CM Tech 0 0-0

Buena 2 4-6

Goals-Gaboda (3), Harper, Curcio, Cintron BR.

Goalies-Brown (2) BR. N/A (10) CM

Records-Cape May Tech 0-10; Buena 3-6-1.

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