Girls’ Roundup: McFeeley’s six goals power Pioneers

Girls’ Roundup: McFeeley’s six goals power Pioneers


Girls’ Roundup: McFeeley’s six goals power Pioneers


Soccer ball on grass

Soccer ball on grass

Chandler McFeeley hit the back of the cage six times as the Clearview High School field hockey team posted a 6-1 win over Williamstown Wednesday afternoon.

McFeeley’s offensive outburst was helped by Rebecca Redington, who set up two of the goals.

Cumberland 2, Woodstown 0: Alyssa Donato and Abigail DiJoseph delivered goals as the No. 14 Colts knocked off No. 15 Woodstown. Donato scored a first-half goal while DiJoseph added a second-half insurance goal.

Leslie Baez and Katie Vennell teamed up for six saves to record the shutout for Cumberland which improved to 5-0.

•Triton 2, GCIT 0: The host Mustangs were led by Kate Flemming who scored a goal and assisted on a score by Kaitlyn Malloy, while Sarah Wozunk only needed to stop one shot for the shutout.

•Gloucester 3, Clayton 0: Haylee Courant tallied two goals and Isabella Festa chipped in with a goal and an assist as the No. 11 Lions took a 3-0 lead to halftime. Sara Deetz had a one-save shutout.

•Hammonton 5, Highland 0: A hat trick and assist by Giana Mortellite along with a pair of goals from Ashley Ranere powered the No. 3 Blue Devils.

•Pitman 8, Pennsville 1: Madison Gillespie rattled the back of the cage for three goals, Corrine Merlino added a pair of goals and two assists, and Hannah Cioffi chipped in with two goals and an assist for the Panthers.

•Glassboro 3, Gloucester Catholic 2: The Bulldogs remained undefeated (3-0) behind goals by Dyone Payne, Kate Appleby-Winberg and a goal and assist from Nyasia Brackett.


•Eastern 4, Washington Township 1: The top-ranked Vikings turned back upset-minded Washington Township with three second-half goals. Nikki Santore scored a pair of goals and had two assists, while Mackenzie Keegan added a goal and assist. The No. 5 Minutemaids stayed close behind the stellar goalkeeping of Natalie Ricevuto, who turned away 18 shots.


•Pemberton 6, Burlington City 0: Shanell Smith had two goals and an assist, Jordyn Gendron had a goal and assisted on two others, and Giavonna Sorrentino had a goal and an assist to pace the visiting Hornets.

•Rancocas Valley 2, Pennsauken 1: Jennifer Tolmayer and Jalian Young delivered second-half goals as the Red Devils earned a comeback win at home over the Indians.

•Delran 3, Cinnaminson 0: The Bears improved to 3-1 as Alexis Rider scored a goal and had an assist, while Morgan Miller had 10 saves for the shutout.

•Holy Cross 5, Bordentown 1: Four goals and an assist by Tatum Dougherty along with a goal and assist by Melanie Nicodemo powered the Lancers.


•Haddon Heights 6, Audubon 1: Maddy Raws scored the first and last goals for the Garnets, while Kristen Horneff assisted on four goals at the Garnets bolted to a 4-0 lead at the half. Hannah Duganitz chipped in with a pair of goals and Sophia Weigand had a goal and assist.

•Haddon Township 6, Overbrook 2: A Regan Dougherty hat trick and Tori Howard’s goal and assist propelled the Hawks.

•Haddonfield 8, Lindenwold 0: Meghan Smart’s hat trick led the way for the Bulldawgs (4-0).

Collingswood 7, Gateway 0: The No. 7 Panthers rolled as Morgan McConnell tallied five goals and Katie Shelly pumped in a pair of goals.


•Mainland 3, Millville 1: Ashley Albright, Paige Care, and Mikayla Carson scored to lead the Mustangs.



•Shawnee 5, Timber Creek 0: Lexie Palladino scored twice for the Renegades, ranked No. 2 in the Courier Post Top 15, while Brianna Davis patrolled the nets, stopping three shots to register the shutout.

•Seneca 4, Cherry Hill West 1: Erin Kerstetter’s hat trick paved the way for the host Golden Eagles.

•Bishop Eustace 1, Cherokee 1 (OT): Gabby Pietrangelo gave No. 13 Bishop Eustace a 1-0 halftime lead before Abby Corrato put in the equalizer with 18 minutes remaining in regulation for the No. 3 Chiefs.

•Lenape 2, Paul VI 0: No. 6 Lenape was led by goals from Izzy Schwartz and Katie Quinn goals while Sullivan Leiby and Shannon Mulroy combined for two saves and the shutout.


•Pennsville 4, Pitman 0: Lexi Slusher netted a pair of goals for the Eagles (4-0). Laura Esham had five saves to secure the shutout.

•Gloucester Catholic 6, Wildwood 0: Kay Kupiec and Lisette Virella scored two goals apiece to pace the Rams.

•Cumberland 2, Woodstown 0: The Colts improved to 3-0 behind goals from Renee Bokma and Lindzey Mosley.

•Glassboro 2, Deptford 1 (OT): Maci Mazzeo, with an assist from Sarah DiPietro, scored the golden goal two minutes into overtime.

•Williamstown 2, Clearview 1: Lauren Wood assisted on goals by Ashley Engler and Mary Kate Ulmer to guide the No. 7 Braves over No. 15 Clearview. (3-1)

•Hammonton 3, Highland 2: The Blue Devils rallied with three second-half goals. Sparking the comeback was Kylie Mocarski with a goal and two assists.


•St. Joseph 3, Salem 1: The host Wildcats were sparked by Nicole Cirigliano’s hat trick and two assists by Kayla Harris.

•Delsea 7, Bridgeton 0: Cassidy McErlain headed in two of her three goals, while Kayla Master and Julia Grimley both netted a pair of goals for the Crusaders.


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