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.”