West Roxbury is led by forward Sam Kifl. Brighton is coming off a 7-1 non-league loss to Framingham, and looks forward to having a home game. Meanwhile West Roxbury is still struggling to find the net this season, and is coming off a non-league loss to Brookline.
Madison Park vs. O’Bryant at Madison Park, 3:30 Tuesday
This game could be a thriller. Madison Park is at the top of the City League with a 5-0 record and has yet to give up more than a single goal in each of its five games.
Neighboring O’Bryant is also dominating. It survived last week against Latin Academy, 1-0, and boasts an offense that put up eight goals in its first game against Cathedral. Expect a classic offense vs. defense clash Monday.
Dorchester vs. CASH at Franklin Field, 3:30 Friday
Dorchester opened the season with wins against Latin Academy and Snowden, and is in second place in the City League. This week it squares off against a CASH team coming off a nail-biter against Randolph, a 2-1 loss.
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