4, Ridge 0: Sophomore Marissa Kowalski scored two goals, and Katherine Lynch and Colby Ciarrocca added goals to power Montgomery. Rebecca Ravitz made seven saves for the Cougars (3-2-1), Sam Carney made seven saves for Ridge (4-3).
Pingry 3, Hillsborough 0: Maddie Temares, Tanika Roach and Rachel Jacob scored goals, and Rachel Corboz posted two assists, to power Pingry (5-1). Emma Thomas posted the shutout with four saves, while Katrina Albanese turned in fives saves for the Raiders (3-4-1).
Governor Livingston 2, Summit 0: Lauren Jankowski scored in the first half and Lindsay DiStaso hit for a second-half tally to lead Governor Livingston. Olivia Emmanuel posted six saves for the Highlanders (6-1).
Valley 1, Phillipsburg 0: Haley Pilone scored off a Danielle Tomko pass three minutes into the second half to snap a scoreless tie and Delaware Valley held on. Ashley O’Toole made 10 saves for the Terriers (2-3-2).
Gill St. Bernard’s 6, Bound Brook 0: Andrea Jablonskyj tallied three goals and two assists, and Kathryn Bednarsky added two goals and an assist to send Gill St. Bernard’s. Samantha Delahanty added a goal for the Knights, who improved to 3-2-1. Bound Brook fell to 0-7.
Bridgewater-Raritan 5, Franklin 0: Samantha Orecchio scored two goals, and Hayley Soriano, Daniella Greco and Melanie Diakun each added a goal and an assist for Bridgewater-Raritan. Danielle Staffin made two saves to earn the shutout for the Panthers (3-2-2), while Veronia Acevedo stopped 11 shots for Franklin (2-5-1).
Bishop Ahr 4, Sayreville 0: Jillian Vassallo scored two first-half goals and Alexia Vassiladis and Dana Disantis added second-half tallies to power Bishop Ahr. Brianna Foster made three saves for the shutout, while Kelly Raub stopped 13 shots for the Bombers.
5, Warren Hills 0: Brooke Benner tallied two goals and an assist, and Maxine Blackwood and Melissa Hand each added one goal and an assist as Somerville rolled. Julie Johnstonbaugh also scored for the Pioneers (5-1).
5, North Plainfield 1: Carmen Pravia scored a second-half goal for North Plainfield (3-2-1).
5, Union Catholic 2: Vanessa Azcedo and Annie Vollendroek scored second-half goals for Union Catholic (3-3-1).
Bernards 6, South Hunterdon 0: Montana Sutton tallied two goals and three assists for Bernards (7-2). Megan Donnelly made nine saves for South Hunterdon (1-6).
Bridge 3, Monroe 0: Alexis Suarez scored two goals and Alley Maurer made five saves to lead Old Bridge. Stephanie Walz also scored for the Knights, who improved to 4-0. Erin Seppi made 16 saves for the Falcons, who fell to 2-3-1.
Mount St. Mary 3, Cardinal McCarrick 0: Shannon Zimmerman, Sharah Strehle and Isabela Rivera all scored second-half goals to send Mount St. Mary. Emily Baumely made three saves to earn her fifth shutout, as the Mount Lions improve to 6-1-1.
Union 5, New Providence 1: Lisa Caprara scored a goal, but New Providence fell to 2-3.
Morris Tech 4, Somerset Tech 1: Ariel Conner scored a goal for Somerset Tech (5-3).
East Brunswick 4, J.P. Stevens 1: Ellie DiLiberto scored goals in each half and Sydney Rosa and Margaret Lee added a goal and an assist to power East Brunswick.
South Brunswick 4, Piscataway 2: Brielle Errico scored two goals and Cagnie Antczak added two assists to propel South Brunswick (3-6). Lela Allen and Kelsey Nugent hit for Piscataway (3-4).
Edison 9, Perth Amboy 0: Colleen Burke, Felicia Forsythe and Dominique Ward each scored twice for Edison (3-2-1). Mary Roldan recorded six saves for Perth Amboy (0-4-1).
Voorhees 2, Immaculata 0: Jane Hinkle posted a goal and an assist and Caroline Roberts added a goal to send Voorhees to its first victory (1-5-1). Hanna Panreck made 10 saves for the shutout for the Vikings (1-5-1). Immaculata fell to 1-4-1.
3, Colonia 0: Hadiza Mamman netted two goals and Alexus Fuentes added a goal and an assist to send Woodbridge past its cross-town rival. Maura Walsh (five saves) and Karli Huber (one save) shared the shutout for the Barrons (5-2). Juli Wright stopped seven shots for the Patriots (2-3).
2, Oak Knoll 0: Taylor Morgan and Lil Scott hit for Westfield (4-2).