Portsmouth ousted from D-1 boys’ soccer playoffs

Season over after 2-1 loss to Bishop Hendricken

Posted 11/4/22

PORTSMOUTH — Home field advantage wasn’t enough for the Portsmouth High School boys’ varsity soccer team Thursday night, Nov. 3, as it fell to Bishop Hendricken in the Division …

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Portsmouth ousted from D-1 boys’ soccer playoffs

Season over after 2-1 loss to Bishop Hendricken

Posted

PORTSMOUTH — Home field advantage wasn’t enough for the Portsmouth High School boys’ varsity soccer team Thursday night, Nov. 3, as it fell to Bishop Hendricken in the Division I quarterfinals by a score of 2-1.

The No. 4-seeded Patriots’ lone goal came about 11 minutes into the second half, when Jackson Fox headed a free kick by Owen Francis just past the Hawks’ keeper and into the right side of the net.

The goals by Hendricken, the No. 5 seed, came at about 10 minutes into the first half, and about eight minutes into the second half.

Portsmouth posted a record of 7-2-5 in the league and 7-3-5 overall this season.

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