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Three games to watch in BPS boys' soccer this week

Posted by Ryan Butler  October 6, 2013 11:17 AM

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Madison Park vs. Brockton at Brockton 6 p.m. Monday

Madison Park is on top of the City League with a 7-0-1 record. Their only league tie was against a tough Dorchester team two weeks ago.

This week they’ll have another test when they travel to Brockton for a non-league game. Brockton is 7-3 in their league, and are coming off a win against Bridgewater Raynham.

CASH vs. Snowden at White Stadium 3:30 Tuesday

Snowden just beat Charlestown 7-0 at White Stadium, and hopes to continue to produce offensively when they face off against a struggling CASH team.

CASH lost 6-1 to Dorchester, and has yet to have success against any City teams. CASH however did give Randolph a tough match in an non league game in mid September, so don’t count them out for this one.

Brighton vs. Boston International at White Stadium 3:30 Wednesday

Boston International right now is in the top three for the City League, posting a 5-2 record. Their biggest success thus far has been their defense; they are currently allowing less than one goal a game.

Brighton comes to town on Wednesday, and are coming off a tough 6-1 loss to Dorchester.

Ryan M. Butler covers Boston Public school athletics. He can be reached at butler.globe@gmail.com. Follow him on Twitter @butler_globe or @BPSspts.

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