Eduardo Toranzo had two goals and one assist for St. Mary's in a win over Essex Tech Friday. (Item Photo: Olivia Falcigno)

St. Mary’s boys soccer rallies for thrilling comeback win

The St. Mary’s boys soccer team was staring at another loss late Friday afternoon, but the Spartans didn’t go down without a fight. Following a quick two-goal outburst in the final minutes, St. Mary’s was able to push past non-conference foe Essex Tech to earn a 4-3 come-from-behind victory. The winning goal came from Ryan Fraher on an assist from Eduardo Toranzo with one minute left in the game.

“It was a thrilling way to close out the game, and it was great to see that we never stopped battling out there,” said St. Mary’s coach Mike D’Agostino. “It was a great comeback win and I think it’s really going to give us some momentum going forward.”

Toranzo led the offensive attack for the Spartans, finishing the game with two goals and one assist, while Fraher had one goal and one assist. Connor Hamel added one goal, while Kaya Jackson had one assist.

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