Girls soccer roundup

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Franklin 2, Rutgers Prep 1: Kuroda Graver and Briona Davis scored first-half goals, and Veronica Acevedo made eight saves to power Franklin (2-3-1). Grace Bancone scored a second-half goal for Rutgers Prep (1-2-1), which got 14 saves from keeper Stephanie Abreau.

Spotswood 4, Middlesex 1: Rebecca Hager tallied a goal and three assists and Emma Amaya added a goal and an assist to power Spotswood (3-1-1). Nina Carbonaro finished a pass from Gina Carbonaro to account for the scoring for Middlesex (1-6).

South Brunswick 3, North Brunswick 1: Brielle Errico posted a goal and an assist and Julianna Franco and Miho Yamada added scores to propel South Brunswick (2-3). Tatum Altman scored off a Julie Youngman pass for North Brunswick (0-5-1).

Scotch Plains-Fanwood 3, Bayonne 2: Paige Heiden scored two goals and Katherine Cunningham added another to power Scotch Plains-Fanwood (6-0).

Somerset Tech 3, Dunellen 1: Sophomore Harleen Singh scored two goals and Julia Heller added another to lead Somerset Tech (5-2). Jackie von Itter hit for Dunellen (0-4).

Plainfield 7, New Brunswick 2: Aylin Linares netted a hat trick and Sheilah Sarpong added two goals as Plainfield improved to 2-3. Wendy Reyes added a goal and an assist for the Cardinals, while Yaqueline Juare scored twice for New Brunswick (0-3).

Carteret 5, J.F. Kennedy 1: Ciara Alston scored three times and Fiorella Doglio hit twice to send Carteret (7-1-1). Taylor Freeman scored for the Mustangs (1-5).

Metuchen 6, Wardlaw-Hartridge 0: Emily Corson posted a hat trick and Katherine Chura added a goal and two assists to lead Metuchen (7-0). Lacey Gress made seven saves for Wardlaw-Hartridge (3-2).

South Plainfield 6, Highland Park 1: Brianna Boyce scored two goals and Katelyn Gray added a goal and an assist as South Plainfield posted its first victory. Michaella Butrico, Taylor Henry and Caity Hughes also hit for the Tigers (1-4-1), while Olivia Draper scored for the Owls (3-2).

Kearny 3, Bernards 0: Bernards fell to 6-2 as the Kardinals snapped the Mountaineers’ four-game shutout streak.

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