Metro high school boys soccer roundup for Thursday, Aug. 18

Recaps from Thursday night's North Dakota prep boys soccer

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Fargo Davies 4, West Fargo 0

WEST FARGO — Fargo Davies cruised to a shutout victory against West Fargo on Thursday in Eastern Dakota Conference play.

Savey Jones tallied a hat trick to lead the Eagles, scoring once in the first half in the 11th minute. He scored quick back-to-back goals in the 48th and 49th minute of the second half. Patrick Lawrence struck first for Davies with a goal in the seventh minute.

Eagles goalie Raj Smith made four saves. West Fargo goalie Tony Loria recorded four saves, as well.

Davies improved to 3-0 overall and 2-0 in the EDC. West Fargo dropped to 2-2 overall and 1-1 in the conference.

WF Sheyenne 0, Fargo Shanley 0

FARGO — West Fargo Sheyenne and Fargo Shanley played to a scoreless tie in EDC action.


Brooks Tulo Jr. and Abel Gartel each had two shots on goal for the Mustangs. Goalie Connor Anderson tallied three saves.

London Gray, Nathan Andrews and Peter Noah each had a shot on goal for the Deacons. Ryan Russell made seven saves.

Sheyenne moved to 3-0-1 overall and 1-0-1 in the EDC. Shanley is now 0-1-1 both overall and in the conference.

Fargo North 3, GF Red River 0

FARGO — Fargo North rolled to a shutout win over Grand Forks Red River in EDC play.

Aden Nojang struck first for North, scoring in the 12th minute. Nojang tacked on another goal in the 50th minute and Max Watson sealed it for the Spartans with a goal in the 75th minute.

North goalie Maddox Watson recorded four saves.

North rose to 1-3 overall and 1-1 in the EDC. Red River fell to 1-3 overall and 1-1 in the conference.

GF Central 1, Fargo South 0

GRAND FORKS — Grand Forks Central and Fargo South ended in a scoreless tie in EDC play.


South is now 0-1-1 both overall and in the conference. GFC moved to 0-2-1 overall and 0-1-1 in the EDC.

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