Woodstown High School goalie Maddie Richie helped put the first blemish on Cumberland’s field hockey record this season, as the Tri-County Conference rivals played to a 1-1 stalemate on Wednesday.
Cumberland (12-0-1), ranked No. 6 in the Courier-Post’s Mean 15, outshot the ninth-ranked Wolverines (10-2-1) by 18-7, but Richie kept her team in the game with 17 saves.
Gillian Nardelli gave the Colts a 1-0 halftime lead off an assist by Courtney D’Agostino, but Woodstown answered with Tori Gatanis’ goal nine minutes into the second half from Caroline Woodside.
Cumberland won the first meeting between the schools, 2-0, on Sept. 16.
• Gloucester Catholic 3, Glassboro 2: The Rams (3-7-1), helped by Megan Tyson’s 10th goal of the season, rallied from a 2-1 halftime deficit and avenged an earlier 3-2 loss to the Bulldogs (9-3).
• Hammonton 4, Highland 0: Makenzie Mortellite hit the cage with a pair of goals for the Blue Devils.
• Pitman 5, Pennsville 0: Olivia Amwake collected three goals and two assists while highlighting the Panthers’ victory.
• Gloucester 3, Clayton 0: Sara Deetz needed nine saves to claim the shutout for the No. 14 Lions, and Haylee Courant netted a pair of goals.
• Clearview 2, Williamstown 1: The No. 13 Pioneers squeezed past Williamstown with goals by Casey Diodati and Rachel Lanzalotti.
• West Deptford 4, Haddon Twp. 1: Fourth-ranked West Deptford (12-0-1) benefitted from Christina Petito’s two goals, and Jade Freeberg’s goal and an assist to stay unbeaten.
• Haddonfield 4, Haddon Heights 1: The eighth-ranked Bulldawgs (13-1-1) fashioned a four-goal second half against Heights (10-4-1), including Meghan Smart’s two goals and one assist, and one goal each by Sophie Popp and Julia Battino.
• Audubon 7, Lindenwold 0: The Green Wave dominated the matchup, allowing just one shot and also getting three goals from Aleksey Kilvington.
• Overbrook 9, Woodbury 1: The Rams matched their goal total from their previous eight games combined, led by Alyssa Cavallaro’s three goals and one assist, and Siani Carpenter’s two goals and two assists.
• Collingswood 2, Paulsboro 1 (OT): Jackie Giordano scored in regulation and Zena Saifo hit the back of the cage in overtime to wrap up the Panthers’ win.
• Pemberton 7, Medford Tech 0: The Hornets’ 10th win of the season included Samantha Gregory’s two goals and two assists, and two goals each by Giovonna Sorrentino and Jordyn Gendron.
• Rancocas Valley 2, Burlington Twp. 1: Kayla Jabkowski and Nora Strittmatter collected first-half goals, and the Red Devils held off Burlington Township the rest of the way.
• Moorestown 4, Northern Burlington 0: No. 11 Moorestown (9-2-1) used a balanced attack to produce 28 shots, including goals by Delaney Lawler, Colleen Craven, Avery Powell and Roxy Vassighi.
• Holy Cross 5, Maple Shade 1: Two goals each off the sticks of Tatum Dougherty and Michaela Meillier powered the Lancers.
• Bordentown 4, Cinnaminson 1: The Scotties (8-6) posted three first-half goals, including two by Morgan Irons, in dumping Cinnaminson (9-3-2).
• Delran 6, New Egypt 1: Bears goalie Emily Duff turned aside 14 shots, and Alexis Rider poured in three goals.
• Eastern 11, Lenape 0: Top-ranked Eastern rolled with Mackenzie Keegan’s four goals, plus Madison Morano’s two goals and four assists.
• Ocean City 7, Millville 0: Jordan Allegretto pushed in four goals and assisted on two more for the Red Raiders.
• St. Joseph 2, Middle Twp. 0: Carlina Sacco scored a goal and assisted on Gianna Morganti’s score, while Alexis Orcutt guarded the Wildcats’ net with 11 saves.
• Egg Harbor Twp. 6, Oakcrest 0: Rebecca Richman picked up two goals and two assists, and Julianna Catania Celebrated a hat trick for the Eagles.
• Holy Spirit 3, Bridgeton 0: Spartans goalie Allyson Hoke was busy making 23 saves during the shutout, and teammate Taylor Stabile scored twice.