Girls soccer roundup

Girls soccer roundup


Girls soccer roundup


Hunterdon Central 3, Somerville 2 (2 OT): A golden goal triumphed Hunterdon Central (4-1) into the winner’s circle in double overtime, as Allison DeLuca, Luciana Zullo, and Christine Tack each scored goals for Hunterdon Central (4-1). Maxine Blackwood and Brooke Brenner each found the back of the net for Somerville (4-1).

Mount St. Mary 2, Immaculata 1 (OT): Shannon Zimmerman scored off an assist from Aimee Manley five minutes into overtime for the game-winner for Mount St. Mary. Sarah Strehle scored in the 60th minute for Mount St. Mary while Immaculata’s Kathleen Mulkerin tied the game in the 75th minute on a Kinsey Bruno assist.

North Plainfield 3, South Hunterdon 1: Caitlin Gugliotta finished with two goals and one assist and Maria Molina added two helpers sending North Plainfield. Maria Alcivar needed just four saves in the shutout for the Canucks (3-0-1). South Hunterdon is 1-3.

Somerset Tech 6, Hudson Catholic 0: Harleen Singh’s hat trick was the story line of Somerset Tech’s convincing victory. Emily Wasik and Emily Molfetta each contributed one goal and one assist for the Jags (4-2). Five saves were enough for Kaycie Sconda’s shutout performance.

Manville 3, Bound Brook 0: Olivia Smutek tallied up a pair of goals and Rhiannon Wille scored once to account for Manville’s offense. Amber Lahti posted her first shutout for the Mustangs. Mariah Lavornia denied six shots for Bound Brook.

Ridge 3, Hillsborough 1: Kelly McWhorter and Alex and Chrissy Weyrauch provided the scoring for Ridge, which used a pair of second-half scores to up its mark to 3-2. Nicole Rossi was the Hillsborough (2-3) goal scorer.

New Providence 3, Oak Knoll 0: Lexi Everton pumped in two goals and Anna Crisafi staked two assisted to her name to power New Providence (2-2). Jen Meluso’s five saves were enough for a Pioneers’ shutout.

Bernards 4, Gill St. Bernard’s 0: Montana Sutton laced the back netting twice Claudia Prandoni scored once and helped once for Bernards. The Mounties (6-1) rang the bell all four times in the latter half. Gill St. Bernard’s is 2-2-1.

Scotch Plains-Fanwood 3, Union 1: Tori Baliatico netted a goal and an assist while Jodi Cornwell and Kelly Yeager both also scored to lift Scotch Plains-Fanwood.

Franklin 3, North Hunterdon 0: Kimberly Chavkin, Ashley Jankowski, and Briona Davis all scored goals to lift Franklin (1-4) to its first win. Veronica Acevedo had 14 saves for the Warriors. North Hunderdon is 0-5.

Union Catholic 2, Elizabeth 2: Gabi Martes and Chynna Adorno netted goals off assists from Kate Lowe and Megan Beriont for Union Catholic (3-1-1). Torrie Zamorski made 10 saves for the Vikings.

Phillipsburg 5, Voorhees 1: Madison Gavornik scored Voorhees’ (0-4-1) lone goal off an assist from Hanna Panreck.

Bridgewater-Raritan 0, Montgomery 0: Casey Murphy made nine saves for the Panthers.

Warren Hills 3, Delaware Valley 0: Ashley O’Toole made 16 saves in goal as Delaware Valley fell to 1-2-2.

East Brunswick 1, Monroe 1: Monroe’s Taylor Evanchik scored the game-tying goal in the 76th minute to force a 1-1 tie after Ellie DiLiberto scored for the Bears in the 45th minute. Monroe’s goalie Erin Seppi made nine saves, denying several chances in overtime as East Brunswick outshot the Falcons 15-4.

Edison 3, Colonia 0: Jessica Roca scored two times and Felicia Forsythe added another for Edison (1-2-1). Juli Wright had 10 saves for Colonia (2-2).

J.P. Stevens 1, South Brunswick 0: Sarah Que and Melaney Zranchev connected with each other on the golden goal in the 84th minute to lift J.P. Stevens (2-0). Marissa Cooney made six saves for the Hawks while South Brunswick (1-2) keeper Casey Savoth had four saves.

Bishop Ahr 8, Perth Amboy 0: Cassandra Brannigan recorded a hat trick while a host of others netted goals as Bishop Ahr (4-1) won going away. Perth Amboy is 0-2.

Sayreville 5, North Brunswick 0: Emma Denby scored two goals while Paula Marques, Sarah Rubio, and Kim Stratton all scored one apiece as Sayreville won in a rout. Kelly Raub had 11 saves for the Bombers.


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