The visiting Delran High School field hockey team rallied from a one-goal halftime deficit to win in overtime at Holy Cross Wednesday in a Burlington County League game.
Emily Klein and Alexis Rider scored for the Bears (5-1-1), who peppered the Lancers (4-2) goal throughout. Michelle Brencher made 21 saves in the loss.
•Bordentown 9, Maple Shade 2: Cynthia Reynolds, Emily Albrecht and Morgan Irons all scored twice for the Scotties in the rout. Dana Shepley did all she could in the Wildcats (1-5) net with 22 saves but it wasn’t enough to hold off Bordentown (3-3).
•West Deptford 9, Paulsboro 0: Samantha Souders led the scoring parade with two goals and an assist for the Eagles. Jade Freeberg and Kristina Jakubowski also scored twice in the victory. Brittany Willetts made nine saves for the Red Raiders (3-4).
•Highland 4, Gloucester Tech 1: The Tartans picked up their first win of the season thanks a balanced offensive effort against the Cheetahs. Highland scored twice in each half and four different players — Molly Dromgoole, Cienna Bosher, Gianna Traenkner, and Hannah Mangino — found the back of the cage.
•Glassboro 11, Penns Grove 0: Destiny Nesmith led a high-powered offense to a win. Nesmith scored three times while five other Bulldogs put their names on the score sheet. Glassboro remains perfect on the season at 6-0.
•Cumberland 4, Gloucester City 0: The Colts continued their undefeated start (8-0) thanks to a decisive road victory over the Lions (2-2). Alyssa Donato scored twice, but it was the defense that shined. Gloucester failed to register a shot on goal.
• Hammonton 4, Triton 2: Gabrielle Dimeglio sparked the offense as the Blue Devils (3-1-1) pulled out a win against the host Mustangs. Dimeglio, one of four goal scorers for the visitors, scored once and set up two others. Noelle Kelly and Kaitlyn Malloy made it a game in the second half as Triton (2-3) fought back from a 2-0 deficit, but it wasn’t enough.
•Woodstown 2, Pitman 0: The Panthers’ Annie Beato pushed away 19 shots, but she couldn’t keep Caroline Woodside and Lauren Major off the scoreboard. They each scored in the Wolverines’ home victory.
•Deptford 3, Salem 1: Carley Dluoik, Mariela Dimalaluan and Shania Miller scored as Deptford (3-3) built on a 1-0 first-half lead. Autumn Glaspay scored for the Rams (1-5).
•Delsea 9, Gloucester Catholic 0: Nadia Berardelli and Sierra Guliano each recorded hat tricks to power the Crusaders.
•Timber Creek 3, Williamstown 0: It took another strong effort, but the Chargers (1-4) finally earned their first win of the season. They out-shot the Braves (1-3-1) 24-1 with Williamstown goalie Michelle Teodoro making 21 saves. Casey Wagner, however, was able to solve Teodoro twice and Jordan Virgilio added an insurance marker.
• West Deptford 9, Paulsboro 0: Gabby Sileo and Becca Fenton delivered two goals apiece and Leigh Swietanski chipped in a goal and an assist in the win.
• Timber Creek 2, Paul VI 1: Sarina Jones and Emily Navarrete canceled out a Megan Reardigan goal as the Chargers emerged victorious. Skye Hunt preserved the win with six saves for Timber Creek (2-3). Rylee Milligan made six stops for Paul VI (1-4).
• Delsea 4, Gloucester Catholic 0: Cassidy McErlain scored twice and freshmen Jenna McCarty and Madison Mace delivered their first varsity goals to highlight the Crusaders’ win.
• Hammonton 2, Triton 0: Two first-half goals from Lacey Weissman did the trick for the Blue Devils (6-1).
•Gloucester Tech 2, Highland 1: Goals from Madison Devine and Kylie Guarente helped the Cheetahs race past the visiting Tartans. Lauren Hoelke scored for Highland (3-3), but that was the only shot that escaped the goalkeeping duo of Jessica Tranchina and Brittany Cullison, who combined for 10 saves for Gloucester Tech (3-1-1).
•Glassboro 6, Salem 1: Maciana Mazzeo scored twice and added three assists as the Bulldogs (3-4) cruised at home.