Soccer Photos: Washington defeats Bartram

In what by game’s end had become a chilly Monday night at Charles Martin Memorial Stadium, by a score of 2-0, Washington defeated Bartram to clinch the 2009 Class AAA Public League Boys Soccer Championship. Washington will play the winner of Tuesday night’s matchup between Archbishop Ryan and Father Judge determining the 2009 Catholic League Boys Champions. The Public League and the Catholic League Champions will vie for the City Championship.

Washington senior Sidney Nicol (21, left) and teammate Anthony Curcio (27, right), also a senior, pursue Bartram's Alpha Moseray (25) at midfield in last night's exciting matchup between two t
(Washington senior Sidney Nicol (21, left) and teammate Anthony Curcio (27, right), also a senior, pursue Bartram's Alpha Moseray (25) at midfield in last night's exciting matchup between two t)

Unlike in American football when the ball goes out of bounds the clock stops, in soccer, when the ball goes out of bounds it is substituted for very quickly with another ball; play continues and the c
(Unlike in American football when the ball goes out of bounds the clock stops, in soccer, when the ball goes out of bounds it is substituted for very quickly with another ball; play continues and the c)

On a bundle up night when the Phillies were playing in the fourth game of the World Series, some folks, like these Washington High friends, still came out to cheer for and support their  school'
(On a bundle up night when the Phillies were playing in the fourth game of the World Series, some folks, like these Washington High friends, still came out to cheer for and support their  school')

Slightly damp as you can see after being doused by his players following their 2-0 win over Bartram, Washington's boys soccer coach Chris Reid tells reporters he's proud of all his players. He
(Slightly damp as you can see after being doused by his players following their 2-0 win over Bartram, Washington's boys soccer coach Chris Reid tells reporters he's proud of all his players. He)

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