Final: Teaneck defeat Ridgewood for Bergen Cup title

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November 2, 2013

RIDGEWOOD — Carlos Clarke scored twice and Brian Sanchez made four saves to lead Teaneck to a 5-1 victory over Ridgewood in the Bergen Cup final.

Teaneck             3            2       -  5

Ridgewood        0            1       – 1

Bergen Cup 2013 Bracket

Semifinal
Ridgewood 3 Mahwah 0
Teaneck 2 Paramus Catholic 0

Quarterfinal
Ridgewood 2 (4-2 pk’s) Old Tappan 1
Mahwah 1 Indian Hills 0
Paramus Catholic 3 Ridgefield Park 0
Teaneck 2 River Dell 1

Second Round
Paramus Catholic 2 Fort Lee 0
Ridgewood 3 Cresskill 0
Indian Hills 4 New Milford 0
Old Tappan 2 Saddle Brook 0
River Dell 2 Hackensack 0
Teaneck 5 Paramus 0
Mahwah 4 Westwood 0
Ridgefield Park 2 St Joseph Regional 1

First Round
Cresskill 3 Englewood 1

Record Participation in 2013 Bergen Cup

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A record 17 schools will participate in the 4th edition of the Bergen Cup. Good Luck to all.

Bergen Cup 2013 Bracket

First Round                         Played by Sun, October 13

Second Round                   Played by Sun, October 20

Semi-Finals                         Played by Sun, October 27

Final                                       Sat, Nov 2 or Sun, Nov 3

Cup Final: Hackensack Nip Cutters in 2OT

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FAIR LAWN, NJ – The Comets of Hackensack  found an early lead. The Cutters of Fair Lawn battled all game to find an equalizer late in second half.

Going to overtime, it was anyone’s game as both teams looked poised to find a winner.

In the second overtime, Comets swung a ball into the box and found a streaking midfielder for the game-winning goal.

This is Hackensack’s first Bergen Cup championship, in their second final’s appearance.

 

Hackensack (2)  Fair Lawn (1)

HACK    1     0    0    1   (2)

FL            0     1    0     0  (1)

 

 

Bergen Cup Article in The Record

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Schutta: BC, Bergenfield learned from Bergen Cup experiences

Saturday, October 13, 2012

The Record

Cinderella will be on the field Sunday when Bergen Catholic and Bergenfield face off at 6 p.m. in the last of four Bergen County boys soccer tournament quarterfinal games at River Dell.

Both teams are unseeded. Both failed to qualify for the tournament last year. And both are coming off huge, 1-0 upset wins in the second round of the tournament last week. Continue Reading →