KENT, Conn. -- Pittsfield's Hedi Abderrahim had a goal and an assist last week in helping the Salisbury School boys soccer team to a 4-3, comeback win over Kent in prep school play.
Abderrahim, who transferred from Pittsfield High after his junior season, scored early in the second half to cut into a 3-0 half-time deficit for the Knights.
He converted a shot from 30 yards out to start a four-goal second half for his side.
"A fantastic goal," Salisbury coach Rich Powell said. "That really ramped up our energy."
Midway through the second half, Abderrahim set up Thomas Yegbor for the tying goal in the eventual win.
The Knights (2-2-1) host Northfield Mount Hermon on Wednesday at their nortwest Connecticut campus.
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