Holy Spirit 0
The Thunderbolts got balanced scoring from seven players, including five in the second half, en route to a home win over the Spartans. Matt Vion, Scot Price, Rico Rivera, Terron Mitchell, Angel Marino, Braeden Beck and Zarek Justis each tallied goals for Millville while Sean Matias notched the shutout.
Middle Twp. 3,
The Chiefs surrendered three second-half goals during a road loss to the Panthers.
Michael Magee and Scott DeLussa each delivered second-half goals as the Colts rallied for a home win over the Wolverines.
Sacred Heart 6,
St. Joseph 1
Tyler Lunsford tallied two goals and Steven Tobolski added a goal and an assist as the Lions rolled to a win. Drew Mesiano, Ernie Scoma and Bryce Aulffo also scored for Sacred Heart.
St. Joseph 4,
Sacred Heart 1
Tyler Aulffo scored by bending a corner kick directly into the net to make it a 2-1 game, but the Lions couldn’t muster any offense in the second half.
Holy Spirit 3,
Millville tried to fight back from a 3-0 deficit at halftime with goals from Brittany Rivera and Kourtney Smith, but couldn’t complete the comeback in time. Sophohmore goalie McKenzie Taylor saw her first action all year after being cleared last week from a torn anterior cruciate ligament suffered in March.
Atlantic City 2
The Thunderbolts scored three unanswered goals in the span of seven minutes late in the second half to close out their 10th win of the season — a home triumph over the Vikings. Corrine Etter tallied a hat trick, including a pair of goals in the second half, and raised her season total to 18. Julia Limbeck and Megan Hoffman also scored for Millville (10-4-1).
Lacy Spinelli, playing in her first game in more than four weeks, tallied a goal while Destini Parker added a goal and an assist in the Crusaders’ triumph. Spinelli had been out of action since Sept. 21 with two torn ligaments in her ankle.
Emily Mancini also found the back of the cage, and Kelsey DiBenedetto made one save for the shutout.
Jess Harrell scored a first-half goal, but the Cougars (7-7-1) saw the visiting Bulldogs come back to tie the game in the second half.
Alyssa Anderson collected her first goal of the season during the Colts’ home loss against the Wolverines.
The Bulldogs earned their third victory of the season as they swept the Greyhounds in straight sets on every court.