Girls soccer roundup

Girls soccer roundup


Girls soccer roundup


Prep B quarterfinals

Prep 4, Wardlaw-Hartridge 0: Tyler Noley and Bree Livingston each netted two goals, as fifth-seeded Rutgers Prep scored once in the first half and three times in the first 10 minutes of the second period to pull away. Livingston added an assist for the Argonauts (6-7-2), who will face top-seeded Princeton Day in Wednesday’s semifinals. Kendra Barat and Stephanie Abreu combined for 13 saves and the shutout, while Lacey Gress stopped 10 shots for fourth-seeded Wardlaw-Hartridge (8-7).

Morristown-Beard 2, Gill St. Bernard’s 0: Two first-half goals led sixth-seeded Morristown-Beard past third-seeded Gill St. Bernard’s.

Regular season

Valley 1, Hopewell Valley 0: Junior Danielle Tomko scored 15:30 into the game and the Delaware Valley defense did the rest as the Terriers dealt Hopewell Valley just its third loss of the season. Sophomore keeper Evangeline Soucie made 15 saves for Delaware Valley (7-8-2).

Middlesex 2, Dunellen 1 (OT): Corinne Jones netted her second goal of the game seven minutes into overtime, finishing a Melanie Pineda feed, as Middlesex rallied for win No. 5. After Jackie Von Itter gave Dunellen a 1-0 lead in the 44th minute on a penalty kick, Jones converted a long shot with three minutes left in regulation to force overtime. Seven minutes in, Melanie Pineda made a run up the left side and played the ball back across the goal mouth where Jones buried it.

Bridgewater-Raritan 3, Mount St. Mary 0: Samantha Orecchio, Hayley Soriano and Rachel Truska scored goals to power Bridgewater-Raritan (11-3-5). Emily Baumely made five saves for Mount St. Mary (11-6-2).

Scotch Plains-Fanwood 4, Summit 1: Corina Checcio, Kelly Yeager, Tori Baliatico and Kayla Diggs all scored goals for undefeated Scotch Plains-Fanwood (16-0-1).

Manville 2, South Amboy 0: Mariana Munoz and Jessica Ramirez scored goals, and Ramirez and Megan Mack posted assists to lead Manville (7-10-1).

Immaculata 5, Cardinal McCarrick 0: Katie Mulkerin scored two goals, while Ava Simon, Erin Schnappauff and Emily Bullard added goals to propel Immaculata.

Sussex Tech 1, South Hunterdon 0: Megan Donnelly made 12 saves for South Hunterdon (4-11-1).

Cranford 3, New Providence 1: Lisa Caprara scored off a Erin Fay pass to account for New Providence’s scoring, as the Pioneers fell to 6-10.

Oak Knoll 3, Governor Livingston 1: Caitlin Splaine scored off a pass from Jenny Pires for Governor Livingston (11-7).


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