Euler hat trick leads Cape soccer past Sussex Tech 4-1

Zach and Jack in the box! Zach Swarbrick, top, and Jack Norwood put pressure on the Sussex Tech goal. Miguel Marino, No. 14,  looks for a rebound. BY DAVE FREDERICK
September 20, 2013

Cape’s new system resulted in four goals scored against what coach Gary Montalto described as "a very good Sussex Tech soccer team," as the Vikings broke open a close game with three goals in the second half for a 4-1 victory at Tech Sept. 19.

Max Euler notched a hat trick for the game with a first-half penalty shot and two left-footed goals in the second half, while Billy Swontek scored at the 53-minute mark of the second half after doing a 360 spin inside three defenders then going far post from far out for Cape's second goal, which proved to be the game winner.

“I don’t like close games, so I decided to do something about it," Swontek said after the game.

Cape outshot Sussex Tech 12-6, while the Ravens had an 8-5 advantage in corner kicks.

Cape remains undefeated at 4-0 on the season. The Vikings will play the Worcester Prep Mallards at home at 4 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 24.

Sussex Tech falls to 2-2 and faces Salesianum at home at 5:30 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 24.

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