EAST BRUNSWICK – Senior midfielder Noah Levine picked a fine time to score his first goal of the season.Levine scored the lone goal in the 12th minute of play as the East Brunswick High School boys soccer team defeated St. Joseph 1-0 at home on Monday.It was a beautiful combination of passes between senior Kevin Walsh and Levine that found Levin past the back line and alone with the goalie. He was able to finish his chance against a tough rival.“It was a quick break, we won the ball in the midfield and we just attacked really quickly,” said Levine. “I played a good on to Kevin and then he played me in. The goalie came off his line and I slid it far post.”It came against a tough opponent and heated rival in St. Joseph, who possessed the ball for long stretches. However, the Bears were stout defensively and were able to shut down any chances the Falcons had.Levine was happy to have the goal come against St. Joseph and mentioned that it is always a game that the Bears look forward to.“It has always been a tough game,” said Levine. “It’s a huge rivalry throughout the whole school. Every sport, it’s like we’re gunning for St. Joseph, they’re gunning for us. This year the game was a little bit more laid back, but the intensity was there within the little battles player to player. I think we stayed strong today.”The rivalry was on everyone’s minds, but to East Brunswick coach Terry McKibbin, it is a healthy one.