Junior Julia Privolos scored midway through the second half to snap a tie Monday and lift the Watchung Hills High School field hockey team to a 2-1 victory over Pingry.
Elena Lizza scored 15 minutes into the game to give the Warriors (4-4) a 1-0 lead.
Nicole Arata scored off a Katie Ruesterholz assist with 10 minutes left in the opening half to tie it for the Big Blue (6-2).
Bridgewater-Raritan 7, Ridge 0: Rachel Yaney tallied two goals and two assists and Dayle Paustian added a goal and an assist for Bridgewater-Raritan (9-1). The Red Devils, who posted three shots on goal, fell to 3-7.
South Plainfield 6, Old Bridge 0: Shannon Hughes tallied a hat trick and added an assist, and Danielle Butrico chipped in two goals for South Plainfield (11-0).
Metuchen 4, Piscataway 0: Olivia Volpe scored twice and Maggie Gossiaux made two saves to lift Metuchen to 5-5. Hannah Isaacs made 26 saves for the Chiefs (1-10).
Rutgers Prep 3, North Plainfield 0: Kendra Barat, Ashley Smith and Amy Ericksonare all struck for goals to lift Rutgers Prep. Megan Groner posted the shutout with three saves for the Argonauts (2-6), while Kendra Egbert made 13 stops for the Canucks (3-3-1).
Wardlaw-Hartridge 5, New Brunswick 0: Valentina Margiottiello posed two goals and an assist, and Taylor Gerhart chipped in to assists to power Wardlaw-Hartridge (10-0).
Mother Seton 3, Middlesex 2 (2 OTs): Julianne Cornell posted a hat trick, including the game winner during the second overtime, as Mother Seton moved to 6-6. Olvia Carl and Kayleen Perez each struck for Middlesex (1-9).
Piscataway Tech 3, Cardinal McCarrick 2 (2OT): Sebastian Ramos scored the game winner and Michael Perez netted two goals for Piscataway Tech (3-6).