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Gregorio (Greg)

Perri

FLORENCE TOWNSHIP MEM HIGH SCHOOL

Florence, NJ

CLASS: 2012

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height: 6'2" weight: 175

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  • Gregorio (Greg) Perri Highlights Video

    December 20, 2011

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  • New Jersey All State Teams

    December 1, 2011

    Greg Perri named to All State South Team

    Soccer Coaches Assoc of NJ - State Players
     http://www.scanj.org/FYI.html


  • Burlington County Scholastic League Senior Soccer Scholarship Showcase Games

    November 17, 2011

    Posted: Thursday, November 17, 2011

    The Burlington County Scholastic League Senior Soccer Scholarship Showcase games are scheduled for Monday, Nov. 21, 2011 at Bordentown High School.
    The girls game is scheduled for 6 p.m., followed by the boys games at 8. Rosters are as follows:
    GIRLS
    Red Team  Forward: Samantha Martinez, Bordentown; Becky Forcellini, Allie Greenfield, Cinnaminson; Megan Harvis, Delran; Tabitha Schnoor, Northern Burlington; Madi Calhoun, Palmyra.Midfield: Jackie Herting, Cinnaminson; Tara Ballay, Taylor Umbrell, Delran; Samantha Bendick, Julie Ciak, New Egypt; Rebecca Schukraft, Northern Burlington; Karolyne Silva, Jessica Tucker, Riverside.Back: Chelsea McDowell, Cinnaminson; Caitlin Grady, Delran; Jennifer Allen, Florence; Kassandra Stillwell, New Egypt; Marrissa Dadura, Northern Burlington; Megan Skelly, Palmyra.Keeper: Vicky Cocozza, Cinnaminson; Katie Larson, Delran; Jackie Laurenti, Northern Burlington (also listed as a midfielder). Coach: Larry Young, Northern Burlington.
    Gray Team    Forward: Kellie MacIntosh, Burlington Twp.; Megan Hadfield, Pemberton; Drew Pinkston, Westampton Tech; Taylor Lewis, Willingboro.
    Midfield: Alicia Wiley, Burlington Twp.; Liana Nedler, Medford Tech; Steph Toy, Moorestown; Amber Mears, Pemberton; Jenna Mirabelli, Rancocas Valley; Adetola Ajayi, Willingboro.Back: Stacie Johnson, Burlington City; Christina Dapontes, Burlington Twp.; Colleen Howard, Holy Cross; Dyshay Smagacz, Medford Tech; Haleigh Dalmass, Allie Smith, Moorestown; Melissa Cook, Ashlee James, Pemberton; Brittany Saucier, Rancocas Valley; Taylor Hamilton, Willingboro.Keeper: Melissa Bishop, Holy Cross; Kaitlyn Schatz, Medford Tech. Coach: Maureen Christie, Westampton Tech.  
    BOYS
    Red Team    Forward: John McInerney, Cinnaminson; Kevin Sousa, Delran; Ryan Butler, Palmyra; Kevin Ortiz, Westampton Tech.Midfield: Harun Bozkurt, Burlington City; Colin Lynch, Cinnaminson; Jesse Hamilton, Maple Shade; Jacob Dowiak, Nick Russo, Moorestown; Cody Kinkaide, Palmyra; Josh Abrahante, Carlos Hernandez, Westampton Tech.Back: Omer Onal, Burlington City; Justin Redziniak, Cinnaminson; Dante Nocito, Delran; Chris DePierro, Maple Shade; Dan Schafhauser, Moorestown; Nick Nahrwold, Palmyra.Keeper: Shane Beavers, Maple Shade; Nick Savino, Moorestown. Coach: Gene Catanzaro, Westampton Tech.
    Gray Team    Forward: Caio Machado, Burlington Twp.; Sean Reilly, Holy Cross; Dave Pryzbylkowski, Medford Tech; Malik Watson, Northern Burlington; Ian Carmelia, Rancocas Valley.Midfield: Rich Steveken, Bordentown; Matt Foster, Burlington Twp.; Dan Belcher, Greg Perri, Florence; James Hong, Pemberton; Kevin Cueva, Rancocas Valley; Jackson DeSouza, Riverside; DeQuan Douglas, Willingboro.Back: Drew Pedersen, Bordentown; Austin Francis, Burlington Twp.; Conor Tew, Holy Cross; Joell Walker, Medford Tech; Ian Traver, Northern Burlington; Clevon McPherson, Pemberton; Sam Broyer, Willingboro.Keeper: Ryan Liberty, Burlington Twp; Joe Randazzo, Holy Cross. Coach: Dean Caton, Medford


  • Florence wins opening game of CJ Group 1 States

    November 2, 2011

    FLORENCE — Nick Stovall-Kurtz and Greg Perri each scored as the sixth-seeded Flashes (9-7-2) advanced. Kellen Groover made eight saves to earn the shutout for Florence, which will travel to third-seeded Point Pleasant Beach for Friday’s next round.

    Somerset Tech (8-12) 0 0 — 0

    Florence (9-7-2) 1 1 — 2

    Goals: ST-none; F-Stovall-Kurtz, Perri. Assists: F-Belcher. Shots: ST-8;
    F-13. Saves: ST-Geissler 11; F-Groover 8.


  • Florence wins regular-season finale

    October 29, 2011

    Saturday, October 29, 2011 By RED BIRCH  rbirch@trentonian.com

    FLORENCE — It’s been quite a different season for the Florence High boys soccer team.  A year after the Flashes went 5-11-1 by winning two of its last three games,
    coach Mike Flynn’s team opened this season on fire. Florence started out 6-2-2 before losing five of its next seven.

    Still trying to prep for next week’s state tournament, the Flashes found the
    inspiration they needed yesterday by defeating Westampton Tech, 2-1, in their
    final regular season contest.

    “This was a pretty big win for us,” Florence junior midfielder Keith Glidewell
    said. “We started to lose it, but got back in. It’s sort of the story of our season.”

    Glidewell had reason to be proud of his team’s accomplishment since it was his
    first goal of the season which won the game when he pushed forward and headed
    home a corner kick by Nick  Stovall-Kurtz with 1:45 left in regulation.

    “I think we’re playing better as a team,” Glidewell said. “We’ve been playing
    together since rec (reation) ball.”

    Another player who has been through it all with the Flashes is senior forward Greg Perri. Florence’s leader pointed his team in the right direction yesterday with a first-half goal off a pass from Will Blakeslee.

    Even though the Panthers came back to tie on Dylan Payanzo’s goal 10 minutes
    after intermission, Perri’s skills were evident as he kept Westampton Tech honest with his continual runs.

    “It helps to get a win right before playoffs,” Perri said. “It gives us a little momentum.”

    The postseason experience Perri gained with the school’s baseball team in the spring should prove very valuable when the Flashes host Somerset Tech in the first round of the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association Group I Central Tournament at 2 p.m.Tuesday.

    “This year we have more team camaraderie,” Perri said. “We finally are having a positive season for the first time in eight years. It’s a great feeling.”

    Though things have not always been going their way of late, the Flashes found a
    way to get back in the win column yesterday in hopes of recapturing the magic
    they have had earlier this season for a state tournament run.

    Westampton Tech (10-8-2) 0 1 — 1
    Florence (8-7-2) 1 1 — 2

    Goals: WT-Payanzo; F-Perri, Glidewell.
    Assists: WT-Ortiz; F-Blakeslee, Stovall-Kurtz. Shots: WT-5; F-9. Saves: WT-Ilku
    7; F-Groover 4.


  • Florence (3) at Medford Tech (0)

    October 1, 2011

    Greg Perri put in two goals while Nick Stovall-Kurtz added one to lead the Flashes in Florence. Kellen Groover saved three shots for the shutout. Kysle Carson halted six shots for Medford Tech.


  • Flashes soccer is shutout machine

    September 23, 2011



    Florence starts matches win total of a year ago



    DATE POSTED: Thursday, September 22, 2011 2:05 AM EDT



    By Justin Feil,
    The Packet Group



     



    Shutouts were the name of the game in the first week of the
    Florence High School boys’ soccer season.



    Fortunately, for the Flashes, all but one their four games was a shutout in
    their favor. At 3-1, they have
    already matched last year’s regular-season win total, and their one loss came
    to highly regarded Trenton Catholic Academy.



    ”We’re playing OK,” said Florence head coach Michael Flynn.
    “Trenton Catholic is by far the class in the area. Pemberton is rebuilding,
    Life Center is rebuilding, and Burlington City, that was a good win.



    ”We have to keep playing defense. We have to keep the ball out of the dangerous
    areas. That’s our key to winning. We’re not going to be outscoring teams and
    running with them.”



    New sophomore goalie Kellen Groover already has three shutouts with a defense
    that seems to be heeding Flynn’s defensive calling.
    Florence opened the year with a 4-0 win over Pemberton with Greg Perri
    scoring three goals
    , Nick Stovall-Kurtz notching the other goal, and Kehnide Akinmboni
    registering an assist.



     



    The Flashes followed that win with a 3-0 triumph over Life Center
    Academy. Perri had two more goals, and Akinmboni had
    the other. After a 4-0 loss to TCA, Florence responded with a 2-0 win over
    Burlington City with goals from Tolulope
    Abiona and Jay Pakan.
    Perri and Stovall-Kurtz had assists, while
    Groover had 10 saves.



    While Flynn believes his team has to play a
    defensive style to give itself the best chance to win, he’s been pleasantly
    surprised to see some of the early offense.



    ”The last game, against Burlington City, the goals were by a freshman and
    sophomore,” Flynn said. “For us, that’s just a
    bonus. We look for Greg
    to carry a lot of the offensive load, not only scoring, but distributing. He
    has the leadership to create and carry the other players.




    ”It’s early in the season. We have a lot of tough games coming up, and we
    haven’t been hit by the injury bug luckily.”



    Flynn, though, expects that scoring goals will be
    tougher when the quality of opponents improves. It’s why he continues to harp
    on the importance of staying sound defensively.



    ”We’re a team where we probably have one guy, Greg Perri,
    who really is a threat up top with a quality shot,” Flynn
    said.
    “We have a lot of young, inexperienced guys up there. You have
    to keep yourself in the match. That can be good for us. As long as you’re in
    the game, you give yourself a chance to win.”



    Florence has tried to keep it easy in the back. They’re just trying to be sharp
    in front of Groover, has proven to be a quick study.



    ”He’s a sophomore, and he’s made some quality saves,” Flynn
    said. “Even Trenton Catholic could have been a little worse, but he played
    well. He’s learning, just like all the other guys. He’s got three clean sheets.
    He’s still looking to improve his game — punts and stuff like that. It’s a big
    learning curve for guys like that.



    ”We’ve got some young guys back there, but we have some senior leadership. We
    have a young guy in the goal. On defense, we have two sophomores, a sophomore
    in goal, a sophomore at left marking back. We’re kind of young. You have to
    make sure you don’t leave them unprotected. You have to have some older guys
    around.”



    They figure to be tested with the likes of Westhampton on the horizon.
    Westhampton was able to score on TCA. A scheduled game against Riverside this
    week also could be quite a challenge.



    ”If we play the style we can play, we can play with anybody,” Flynn
    said. “We can lose to anybody too. The good thing this year is we’ve not made
    any mental mistakes. We got in bad spots last year. We must have had five or
    six own goals. You have to make sure you’re in the right spot at the right
    time. You have to make the right pass. So far, we’ve done the little things
    right.”



    Flynn didn’t see that out of last year’s group until
    the end of the season when they put together an encouraging effort in the state
    tournament.



    ”Last year, we caught a nice little run in the playoffs,” Flynn
    said. “We finally figured out what to do. This year, we’re trying to start
    right off with the things you need to do to get some wins.



    ”It’s a good start,” he added. “Hopefully we can keep it going and keep a nice
    winning streak.”



     



     




  • Florence (1) at Riverside (1) - Boys Soccer

    September 22, 2011

    Trenton Times, September 21, 2011 7:58 p.m.

    Greg Perri scored and Kellen Groover finished with five saves as Florence earned the 1-1 draw in Riverside.


  • Burlington City (0) at Florence (2) - Boys Soccer

    September 18, 2011



    Trenton Times, September 16, 2011 6:39 p.m.

    Jay Pakan
    and Tolupe Abiona had a goal apiece while Nick Stovall-Kurtz and Greg Perri set
    up a goal apiece to lead the Flashes. Kellen Groover stopped 8 shots for the
    shutout. Zach
    Treusch saved six shots for
    Burlington City.


  • Life Center (0) at Florence (3) - Boys Soccer

    September 13, 2011



    Trenton Times, September 12, 2011
    6:53 p.m.



    Greg Perri put in two goals while Kehinde
    Akinmboni added another to lead
    the Flashes in Florence. Kellen Groover earned the victory with three saves.


  • Florence (4) at Pemberton (0) - Boys HS Soccer

    September 10, 2011

    Trenton Times & Trentonian 9/10/11



    Greg Perri contributed three goals while Nick Stovall-Kurtz
    added another to lead the Flashes in Pemberton. Kehinde Akinmboni
    had an assist while Kellen Groover made four saves for the victory.


  • SJSL Flight 1: Knights rally to earn a tie

    May 27, 2011

    Register News, Trenton Times & Burlington County TimesCentralJersey.com

    The Northern Burlington Knights U18 boys' travel soccer team in the SJSL Flight 1
    Conference tied the Washington Township Sharks
    , 3-3.  It was a hard fought, exciting game as the Knights battled back from a 3-0 halftime deficit.  Leading the comeback was Greg Perri with two goals and David Woloff with a single tally. 


  • SJSL FLIGHT 1 Conference - Travel Soccer

    May 9, 2011

    Register News, Trenton Times & Burlington County Times CentralJersey.com

    The Northern Burlington Knights U18 boys' travel soccer team in the SJSL Flight 1
    Conference
    defeated the previously unbeaten Tarkill Knights, 3-1.  Leading the Northern Burlington attack were Greg Perri with two goals and an assist and Tim Anderson with a goal.


  • Life Center Indoor Soccer League (Travel & High School Division)

    January 7, 2011


    Register News, Trenton Times & Burlington County Times  CentralJersey.com

    Northern Burlington Knights are Champions

    The Northern Burlington Knights went undefeated and won the High School Division at Life Center with a record of 9-0-0.  The Knights ended the season with a 6-1 victory over the Northern Burlington Nitros.  Greg Perri and David Woloff led the Knights attack with two goals apiece with single tallies from Jake Ruzycki and Matt Sherrier.



    Register News & Burlington County Times  CentralJersey.com

    The Northern Burlington Knights defeated the Burlington Township United, 8-1, as Greg Perri and Zack Ronyack each scored three times.  Jake Ruzycki and Matt Sherrier also scored.

    In their second game, the Knights defeated the Falls Township Fire, 7-0.  Andrew Begolly had three goals, Greg Perri had two goals, and Zack Ronyack and Devon Pepper each had single tallies.  Kevin Hart was in goal to record the shutout.

    Posted January 27, 2011

    The U17 Northern Burlington Knights defeated the Northern Burlington Nitros, 8-1, in indoor soccer at Life Center.  Shawn Carmignani had three goals, David Woloff had two goals, and Greg Perri, Tim Anderson and Andrew Begolly each had single tallies. 


    The Knights also defeated the Burlington Township United, 7-3.  Perri and Woloff led the Knights attack with two goals apiece while Carmignani, Begolly and Zack Ronyack each had single tallies.  Kevin Hart was in goal for both games.

    Posted February 9, 2011

    The Northern Burlington Knights remain undefeated at 6-0-0 in indoor soccer in the High School Division at Life Center.  The Knights defeated the Falls Township Fire, 4-2.  Devon Pepper had two goals, and Greg Perri and Andrew Begolly each had single tallies. 

    In there next game, the Knights defeated the Northern Burlington Nitros, 8-2.  Zack Ronyack led the Knights' attack with three goals.  David Woloff had two goals, with single tallies from Shawn Carmignani, Andrew Begolly and Greg Perri who also had three assists. 


  • NJSIAA Group 1 Central Jersey State Quarterfinals

    November 6, 2010

    NJSIAA Group I Central Jersey State Quarterfinals

    Florence 1, Manville 0

    , November 05, 2010 6:31 p.m.

    Greg Perri knocked in a pass from Zachary Ronyack 2:20 into overtime to lift Florence in a Central Jersey, Group I quarterfinal in Florence.  Kristian Ramos made four stops for Florence. Richard Kloskowski had six stops for Manville.


  • NJSIAA Group 1 Central Jersey State HS Soccer

    November 2, 2010

    NJSIAA Group I Central Jersey State HS Soccer:

    Florence 2, Middlesex Academy 0

    The Star Ledger, November 01, 2010 8:31 p.m.


    Adam Swiderski knocked in a cross from Greg Perri in the 10th minute, sparking 12th ranked Florence in the first round of the Central Jersey, Group I State tournament in Edison. Perri made it 2-0 when he scored off a through ball from Kellen Groover in the 61st minute. Kristian Ramos made five saves in blanking 5th ranked Middlesex Academy. Florence will next play Manville in the quarter finals on Thurs., Nov. 4 @ 2pm @ Florence HS.