First-half goals by Taylor Rossi and Natalie Teszla gave the Northern Burlington High School field hockey team enough offense to claim a 2-1 upset at Pemberton in Burlington County League action Monday.
Alex Veneziale and Erin Smith assisted the goals that gave the Greyhounds (3-7) a 2-0 halftime advantage.
Pemberton (6-4-1), which suffered its third straight loss after a 6-1-1 start to the season, closed the deficit with Jordyn Gendron’s second-half goal.
• Cinnaminson 6, Medford Tech 1: The Pirates’ attack included three goals by Nicole Teague and two from Lexy Porrini.
• Triton 4, Clayton 0: The Mustangs netted three second-half goals, led by Kate Flemming’s two goals and one assist, and Kaitlyn Malloy’s goal and an assist.
• Gloucester 1, Hammonton 0: The Lions were outshot 13-5 but goalie Sara Deetz stopped every one and grabbed the shutout. Nicole DeMarco assisted Haylee Courant’s second-half goal.
• Clearview 3, Pitman 1: After a 1-1 first-half deadlock, Clearview added two second-half scores to prevail. Claire Eisenhart and Chandler McFeeley each had a goal and an assist.
• Woodstown 2, Delsea 0: The Wolverines (8-1), No. 11 in the Courier-Post Mean 15, got two goals by Tori Gatanis in a two-minute span of the second half. Caroline Woodside assisted the winning goal.
• Kingsway 4, Gloucester Catholic 0: Goalie Sydni Young needed one save, Nichole Tuller scored twice, and Celeste Azzari had a goal and two assists for the No. 12 Dragons.
• Glassboro 4, Highland 1: Dyone Payne deposited three goals and Kate Appleby-Winberg had two assists amid the Bulldogs’ success.
• Salem 3, GCIT 0: Autumn Glaspay scored twice and assisted on Shelby Scott’s goal during the Rams’ third win.
• Camden Catholic 2, Seneca 1: Assists by Erin Campbell and Madison Edwards set up Saige-Lyn Gidzinski’s two goals for the Irish, who were outshot by 9-7.
• Mainland 5, Millville 0: Kathryn Hutton and Paige Care pushed in two goals apiece for the Mustangs.
• Holy Spirit 4, Cedar Creek 3: Taylor Stabile and Cassidy Gallagher split the offensive workload for the Spartans, scoring two goals each.
• St. Joseph 6, Lower Cape May 0: The Wildcats cruised with Gianna Morganti’s two goals and one assist, and Alexis Orcutt’s four-save goaltending.
• Moorestown 3, Lawrenceville 0: Three Quakers goalies combined to make 19 saves and keep the Larries off the scoreboard. Colleen Craven had two goals and Susan Orth assisted on two scores.