Lower Cape May 0
Buena keeper Jake Bleyhl recorded six saves and broke the school record for career shutouts with 16. The old mark of 15½ was set by Rich Giovinazzi in 1998. The team broke the 1992 record for shutouts in a season with its ninth.
Taylor Wilmore broke a 1-1 tie in the first half, then Alyssa Chomo scored the eventual game-winner.
OLMA 2, Oakcrest 1
Taylor Tighe scored both of the Villagers’ goals in the first half as OLMA remained perfect at 14-0. Sarah Buchanan and Dana DaSilva each had assists for the Villagers, who played under the lights at St. Augustine Prep.
Sacred Heart 5, Mater Dei 0
The top-seeded Lions advanced to the Non-Public B South semifinals with the victory. Sacred Heart lost just one game total in three singles matches.
The Lions will take on fourth-seeded Moorestown Friends today at 2 p.m. at Vineland High School. They fell in the semifinals last year to Ranney.
The Cougars’ Grace Carpenter, filling in for an injured Kylee Barton, bumped up to first singles and won a third-set super-tiebreaker against Julia Ruczynski to clinch Schalick’s victory. Carpenter earned a 3-6, 6-2, 12-10 triumph. The Cougars also won both doubles matches.
Schalick 3, Deptford 0
Laura Olbrich scored twice and Gianna Rodriguez added a goal as the Cougars tallied three goals in the second half to earn the win. Paxton Allen recorded her second shutout of the season for Schalick, which ssnapped a three-game losing streak.