Finishing by a penalty in the decisive moment tied 2-2, Mathias Floeck had already scored both goals for the East Bridgewater men’s soccer team against Randolph on Monday.
But in the closing moments, Blue Devils goalkeeper Hugo Texeira had two more crucial denials on him. He saved two possible go-ahead scores: the PK, as well as a try on the subsequent rebound as time expired.
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Randolph and East Bridgewater finished the game tied at 2-2.
The Blue Devils (2-3-2) and EB (5-2-1) are holding their own in a heated South Shore League race.
In other high school action on Monday:
St. Mary’s 5, Cardinal Spellman 1: For Spellman, Stephan Moise scored his first career goal, assisted by Henok Jones. Freshman Matt McIsaac also played well.
Norwell 5, Cohasset 0: Goals by Ben Garland (2), Max Flanders, Garrett Fisher and John Mullen.
Rockland 2, Sandwich 2: Emilee Dunham and Molly Lucas scored both goals for the Bulldogs. Shea MacDougall, Mia Radzik and Emma Radzik also had breakout performances for Rockland.
Cardinal Spellman 2, Santa Maria 2: Erin O’Donnell (2 goals) scored with 35 seconds left for the Cardinals (3-1-2) to save a tie. Isabella McDonough scored an assist, while Julia Curtin, Reilly Melody and Rylie Dundon played strong defense.
Bishop Fenwick 4, Archbishop Williams 0: The Bishops were held scoreless on Monday.
Braintree 2, Cambridge Rindge and America 0: Senior midfielder Ciara Horan and junior forward Chloe McGinty scored for the Wamps (2-3-3) in the home win. Junior goalkeeper Jackie McGonigle made 4 saves in her third shutout of the season.
Plymouth North 7, Whitman-Hanson 0: Senior captain Maeve Campbell had a hat-trick and Megan Hanna added two goals to lead the Blue Eagles (4-3). Megan Petrarca and Stella Kirkpatrick also scored for North, and goalkeeper Lily Johnson pitched the shutout. For Whitman-Hanson (0-5-1), junior captain Paige Cosgrove, junior midfielder Jaclyn Feeney and second-year defender Brooklyn Uzzell played well.
Middleboro 1, Dartmouth 1: The Sachems finished in a draw.
Braintree 9, Ursuline 0: Tessa Marston scored four goals, Juliana Summers added two and goalkeeper Bella Corcoran sealed her fifth shutout of the season for the Wamps (7-1). Ella Woods, Callie Burchill and Katelyn Chen also scored.
Carver 2, Wareham 0: Maddie Butler scored both goals for the Crusaders (4-1-1). Goalkeeper Ali Perry had the shutout.
North of Quincy 3, Whitman-Hanson 1: Raiders won (25-23, 25-22, 15-25, 27-25) in a Patriot League game. For Whitman-Hanson, co-captains Gracy Gorman and Ruby Scriven were aggressive at the net, junior Alyssa Barbato stepped in as a libero and played well for the Panthers (5-4).
South Coast Tech 3, Holbrook 0: For South Shore Tech, junior setter Mia Bradshaw served 12-for-12 with two aces and collected 25 assists; both Aly Traynor and Gemma Geisler had 15 digs each.
Hingham 3, Hanover 0: Colette Hanney led the Harborwomen to a 25-10, 25-23, 25-19 victory. Hanover’s Sarah Long had four aces and three spikes, Megan Nguyen had five digs.
Marshfield 3, Quincy 2: Quincy (6-3) recorded 52 digs and 11 blocks as a team.
Cardinal Spellman 3, Rockland 1: Ava Loud and Mikayla Bush were strong servers for Spellman, while Amelia Carey led the team’s defensive charge.
South Shore Tech 3, Holbrook: Junior setter Mia Bradshaw served 12-for-12 with 2 aces and 25 assists, and Aly Traynor and Gemma Geisler each had 15 passes for the visiting Vikings (7-0).
Archbishop Williams 187, Bishop Fenwick 139: Andrew Marcotte led the Bishops with a 1-under 35 at the Meadow of Peabody Golf Course.
Silver Lake 300, Whitman-Hanson 268: Sophomore Cooper Britton and senior Harry Carew led the way for Whitman-Hanson at the Halifax Country Club.
Middleboro 96, Carver 88: With a 32, Ryan Vincent was the medalist for Carver, which also saw Finn Manning, Landon Soliwoda, Tyler Stairs, Bob Alpert, Nate Blackwell, Ed Ramsdell and Charlie Phillipo all have solid days.
255 South Plymouth, 242 North Quincy: The Panthers took this battle from the Patriot League.