Ryder Vigsnes and the St. John’s Prep soccer team fell to No. 9 Brookline in the Division 1 quarterfinal round Saturday afternoon. (Item File Photo)

St. John’s Prep soccer suffers double overtime loss to Brookline in Div. 1 quarterfinal

BOSTON ― The No. 17 St. John's Prep soccer team battled back and forth with No. 9 Brookline for nearly a game-and-a-half worth of time in Saturday afternoon's Division 1 quarterfinal, but in the end it was Brookline that was able to score the winning goal to make it 2-1 in double overtime, ending the Prep's season at Boston University's Nickerson Field. 

Jake Vana scored the lone goal in the loss for the Eagles, while goalkeeper Joey Waterman had 10 saves in net. 

Although the Eagles actually dominated possession and pace of play for much of the first half, it was actually Brookline that netted the first goal. With about 33 minutes to go in the half, the Warriors sent a cross…

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