Girls soccer roundup

Girls soccer roundup


Girls soccer roundup


Somerset Tech 3, Manville 2: Harleen Singh finished a pass from Hannah Krilov with five minutes left in regulation Thursday and the Somerset Tech School girls soccer team edged Manville 3-2, despite being a player short for the game’s final 10 minutes.

After Singh knotted the game at 2-2 just before halftime, Somerset Tech had a player sent off with a red card near the 70-minute mark, which resulted in the Jags playing with only 10 players the rest of the way.

Julia Heller got things started early in the first half for Somerset Tech (13-5), before Olivia Smuteck scored off a Shea Raver cross following a corner kick to tie it. Nataly Brito then scored an unassisted goal, which gave the Mustangs (5-9-1) a 2-1 advantage at 9:28.

Bridgewater-Raritan 1, Hunterdon Central 0: Allison Morgan picked up a loose ball and buried it from 15 yards out with eight minutes left in regulation to lift Bridgewater-Raritan. Casey Murphy made nine saves for the Panthers (8-3-5), while Bristol Pizzuto made two saves for Hunterdon Central (12-3).

Bridge 2, East Brunswick 1: Alexis Suarez scored the go-ahead goal in the 73rd minute off a rebound on an Ashley Cafarella shot to lift Old Bridge. Sydney Rosa opened the scoring for East Brunswick in the 21st minute, crushing an angled shot just under the crossbar from 20 yards out. Lauren Coletti answered by recovering and burying a failed clearance from 35 yards out for the Knights, whose victory was their first over the Bears since 2006, East Brunswick coach Kevin Brady said.

Piscataway 1, J.P. Stevens 0: Danielle Grant scored off an Ayana Garvin pass to account for the game’s only goal as Piscataway snapped a five-game losing streak. Jackie McEvoy posted the shutout with nine saves for the Chiefs (5-9), while Erin Shea stopped five shots for the Hawks.

North Hunterdon 4, Franklin 1: Noura Gallas and Katherine Campbell each struck for two goals to lift North Hunterdon (3-10-1) to its third victory in its past five games. Tori Ster hit for Franklin, which fell to 4-12-1.

New Providence 5, Elizabeth 0: Erin Fay netted a hat trick and Maggie Roughley chipped in a goal and an assist to power New Providence. Lisa Caprara also scored for the Pioneers (6-8). Jen Maluso (six saves) and Katie Vigliante (five saves) shared the shutout.

Spotswood 2, Middlesex 0: Ashley Pina and Erin Thuring scored goals, and Gwynn Marotta and Leandra Cohen each made one save to fuel Spotswood (12-2-1). Katlyn Schweyher made nine saves for Middlesex (3-11).

Edison 4, Plainfield 0: Jessica Roca tallied two goals and an assist, while Colleen Burke and Priscilla Dos Santos each added a goal for Edison (10-3-2). Lesly Cano made 11 saves for Plainfield (4-10).

Carteret 5, Highland Park 1: Fiorella Doglio and Ciara Alston each netted two goals, and Julia Silva scored another to send Carteret. Alston also added an assist for the Ramblers, who improved to 12-4-1. Elisabeth Landis scored a goal for Highland Park (8-6).

Montgomery 3, Hillsborough 0: Colby Ciarrocca posted a goal and an assist, and Jessi Goldman and Hannah Taylor each added scores for Montgomery. Rebecca Ravitz made four saves for the Cougars (9-2-2), while Katerina Albanese and Shavonne Leacy combined for five saves for the Raiders (6-8-2).

Governor Livingston 5, Kent Place 0: Lindsay DiStaso tallied a goal and two assists and four others added goals, as Governor Livingston scored three times in the game’s first three minutes and snapped a three-game losing streak. Lauren Jankowski, Isabella Bjorkson , Lauren Sorrano and Alice Caballero all hit for the Highlanders (10-6).

Colonia 3, North Brunswick 0: Giana Gigantino scored two goals and Jazlyn Moya-Santos added a goal and two assists to lead Colonia. Juli Wright posted five saves for the shutout, as the Patriots improved to 8-7. Danielle Segerholm turned aside six shots for North Brunswick (3-11-1).

South Brunswick 2, Sayreville 1: Cagnie Antczak notched a goal and an assist, and Brielle Errico added a goal to lead South Brunswick (10-5). Kim Stratton scored for Sayreville (6-8-1).

Voorhees 5, Immaculata 0: Madison Gavornik posted a hat trick, and Felicia Silveira and Madeline Terblanche each added a goal for Voorhees (4-11-1). Hannah Penreck notched nine saves for the shutout. MaryKate McKeown made five saves for Immaculata (2-12-1).

South Plainfield 6, Perth Amboy 0: Taylor Henry and Brianna Boyce each netted two goals to lead South Plainfield. Boyce also added an assist for the Tigers (6-7-2), while Sydni Surowiec made four saves to earn the shutout.

3, North Plainfield 1: Cairtlin Gugliotta scored off an Olivia Flood assist for North Plainfield (6-8-1).

3, Warren Hills 1: Meghan Nolte scored two goals and Alexis Williams added another to lead Somerville (13-2).

Bernards 2, South Hunterdon 0: Maddie Auerbacher and Emily Maheras scored goals as Bernards officially clinched the championship of the Skyland Conference Valley Division. Sarah Ryan and Nicole Sullivan combined for three saves and the shutout for the Mountaineers (13-3-1). South Hunterdon falls to 2-10-1.

Gill St. Bernard’s 8, Bound Brook 0: Kathryn Bednarsky and Andrea Jablonskyj each tallied two goals and two assists to help power Gill St. Bernard’s. Gabriella Gomes added a goal and two assists for the Knights (8-5-2).

3, Woodbridge 1: Demi Rousseau scored twice and Kaitlyn Mascali hit once to send Monroe (7-6-1). Hadiza Mamman scored for the Barrons (6-11).

4, Delaware Valley 0: Evangeline Soucie made six saves for Delaware Valley (5-7-2).

Oak Knoll 2, Union Catholic 0: The Vikings fell to 3-7-3.


The 2013 Prep B Tournament was seeded Thursday, with Princeton Day being awarded the top seed.

The tournaments get underway next Thursday with quarterfinals games. The semifinals are scheduled for Oct. 30, with the final being played Sunday, Nov. 3, all at the higher seed.

Here are the matchups:

5-Rutgers Prep at 4-Wardlaw-Hartridge, winner at 1-Princeton Day

6-Morristown-Beard at 3-Gill St. Bernard’s

7-Newark Academy at 2-Montclair Kimberly


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