Sophie Casella saved the day for Kingsway Regional High School as the Dragons edged upset-minded Pitman 3-2 in a Tri-County Conference field hockey game on Tuesday.
Kingsway, ranked No. 10 in the Courier Post Mean 15, fell behind the Panthers a 2-0 on goals by Hannah Cioffi and Corinne Merlino.
The Dragons got on track offensively in the final ten minutes of the game when Taylor Acevedo scored off an assist from Celeste Azzari.
Azzari leveled the score, knocking in a goal from a corner kick as time expired and Casella drove home the winning score a minute and 42 seconds into overtime.
- Schalick 1, Deptford 0: Tatiana Woods flicked in a second half goal and Sarah Hatten had five saves to preserve the win for the Cougars.
6, Penns Grove 1: A hat trick and three assists by S’Deionna Washington along with two goals by Ayanna Chapman, propelled the Rams.
- Delsea 9, Woodstown 0: The No. 15 Crusaders shocked No. 9 Woodstown behind two goals from Destini Parker and one marker from Nadia Berardelli.
2, Woodbury 0: The Lions were led by goals from Enya Moore and Moraima Rivera. Marisol Smith was credited with the shut out.
6, Cherry Hill West 0: Kathryn Thompson scored twice as the No. 12 Renegades peppered the Lions’ goalie Anne Mullarkey, with 46 shots.
- Bishop Eustace 4, Lenape 1: The No. 5 Crusaders scored twice in each half as Drew Pecora had two goals and Ashley Conklin chipped in with a goal and an assist.
- Timber Creek 2, Paul VI 1: Jordan Virgilio scored a goal in each half to lead the Chargers.
6, Medford Tech 0: The Flashes cruised to a 6-0 half time lead behind a Christina Stefanoni hat trick.
- Cinnaminson 6, Burlington City 0: Maura Tumelty rattled the cage for three goals and Nicole Teague had two goals and two asssits for the Pirates.
6, Mainland 0: Railee Allen scored goal to open each half, and lare Blumberg scored twice in one minute span in second half to finalize score for the No. 2 Red Raiders.
Friends 4, Friends Central 1: Rylee Fennell scored a pair of goals and had an assist, while her sister, Erin Fennell had two assists to guide the Foxes.