The sixth-seeded Cougars punched their ticket to the Group I South semifinals for the first time since 2008, when they advanced to the sectional final.
Schalick’s doubles carried the team against third-seeded Audubon, as both tandems won three-set matches. Mariah Soyring and Tori Kasprzak won a first-set tiebreaker en route to a 7-6 (3), 4-6, 6-2 victory at No. 1 while Cassey Fox and Erin Jacob prevailed 7-5, 4-6, 6-2 at No. 2. Grace Carpenter also won for the Cougars, prevailing in straight sets at second singles.
Schalick will meet the Pitman-Haddon Township winner on Thursday.
The Bulldawgs claimed the Chiefs as their latest victim, improving their record to 23-0 on the season, in the Group II South quarterfinals.
Atlantic City 0
Senior Yong Xian Wu, in her first career varsity start, teamed with Ashley Cross at second doubles for a 6-4, 6-1 win over Sierra Jordan and Janey Kagan.
Scott DeLussa tallied two goals and an assist and Tyler Skye added a goal and two helpers as the Colts raced past Pennsville. Freddie Beck and Jason Bischer also scored for Cumberland.
Cape May Tech 0
The two teams went into halftime scoreless, but Miguel Hernandez put the Chiefs on the board in the second half and Matt Schmidt tallied his first two goals of the season as insurance as Buena picked up its 10th win of the year.
The Villagers kept their record perfect (13-0) behind a two-goal performance by junior forward Taylor Tighe. Amber Raines, Vashti Williams and Dana DaSilva each tallier their third goals of the year while Annie Abbot and Tziarra King also scored.
Emily Daigle scored her second overtime winner of the year and fifth goal of the season, breaking a scoreless deadlock less than two minutes into the first overtime period. Goalie Paige Mason recorded five saves in the shutout, the first of her career.
Sophomore Tori Miller scored twice for the Crusaders, raising her season total to 12.
Girls’ cross country
St. Joseph 50,
L. Cape May 50
Buena improved to 10-0 and won the Cape-Atlantic League National Conference championship. The Chiefs swept the top three spots with Lisa Testa and Gina Testa both breaking 20 minutes, finishing in 19:50 and 19:51. Kristin Siegle rounded out the top-3 for Buena in 20:39.
Boys’ cross country
Co. Tech 46
The Cougars won the Tri-County Conference Classic Division title and coach Steve Pierangeli won his 200th career dual meet.