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.