Girls’ soccer roundup: Nicola’s late goal lifts Quakers

Girls’ soccer roundup: Nicola’s late goal lifts Quakers

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Girls’ soccer roundup: Nicola’s late goal lifts Quakers

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Quinn Nicola netted the game winning goal as Moorestown High School rallied from two-goal deficit to turn back Cinnaminson, 3-2 in a Burlington County League girls’ soccer game on Tuesday.

The Pirates, ranked No. 10 in the Courier Post Mean 15, jumped out to a 2-0 lead behind goals from Miranda Sackner and Hailey Gutowski.

The No. 8 Quakers began their comeback on a goal from Jillian Calhoun and leveled the score on a Nina Nelson goal, before Nicola put in the deciding score with six minutes remaining.

Moorestown goalkeeper Marissa Genevro and the Pirates’ Marisa DiLeo had four saves each.

  • Rancocas
    Valley 4, Northern Burlington 3: Caroline Rockhill had a goal and an assist, while Reyton Sventy assisted on a pair of goals to lead the visiting Red Devils.
  • Burlington
    City 6, Willingboro 1: Four goals and assist by Jessica Diamond powered the Blue Devils.
  • Riverside 7, Medford Tech 0: Sierra Armstrong assisted on Hailey Russell’s 17th goal of the season, 1:15 into game to jump start the Rams (8-1). Armstrong closed out the scoring for Riverside in the second half and finished with three assists, while Megan Crammer scored twice and Kenzee Hudson had a goal and as assist.
  • Palmyra
    7, Trenton Catholic 0: The Panthers stormed out to a 5-0 half time lead on a pair of Madison Conroy goals, a goal and two assists from Madison Hartman, and a score by Janelle Belton. Belton booted in her second goal of the game to finalize the score midway through the second half.

Colonial

  • Gateway 3, Woodbury 0: The Gators’ offense woke up in the second half as Riley Conover put in two goals and Nicolette Obidos chipped in with a score.
  • Haddon Twp. 6, Lindenwold 1: Jamie Cutrera had two goals and an assist, while Erin Rust and Shari Kafetzis each scored and assisted on a goal for the Hawks.
  • West Deptford 6, Collingswood 1: The Eagles rolled behind four goals and an assist from Sam Budd, and three assists from Caroline Perry.
  • Haddonfield 4, Overbrook 0: Madison Bee and Julia Parker netted first half goals for the No.13 Bulldawgs.
  • Haddon Heights 6, Paulsboro 0:The No. 15 Garnets were led by goals from Caroline Gormley, Alex Pease, Kiersten Pease, Julia Riso, Mackenzie Spaeth, and Madison Taylor.

Olympic

  • Cherry Hill East 7, Camden Catholic 0: Alexa Beatty scored twice and had an assist, while Meleena Cruz and Kelsey Gorman both had a goal and an assist for the Cougars.
  • Cherokee 7, Seneca 1: Robyn Young found the back of the net twice for the No. 5 Chiefs.
  • Washington
    Twp. 4, Paul VI 0: The No. 4 Minutemaids’ offense was led by Emily Gray with a goal and two assists and Natasha Munro with a goal and an assist.
  • Lenape 1, Bishop Eustace 0: Sude Yalcin finished a pass from Gabby Fornia as the No. 3 Indians topped the No. 9 Crusaders. Shannon Mulroy secured the shutout with four saves. Isabella Dewes stopped seven shots for Bishop Eustace.

Tri-County

  • Kingsway 2, Schalick 0: Madison Batra and Ooonagh Breen scored second half goals as the Dragons (10-4-1) eased past Schalick.

Cape-Atlantic League

  • Buena 4, Cape May Tech 0: Lindsey Armanini scored a goal and assisted on another, while Imani Draper recorded the shutout with a dozen saves for the Braves.
  • Cedar Creek 9, St. Joseph 0: Emily Frazee and Shayla Murray combined for five of the first six goals for the Pirates. Frazee had a first half hat trick and Murray netted a pair of goals.
  • Millville 1, Mainland 0 (2OT): Morgan Giordano blasted a shot that hit the post and alertly knocked home the rebound 1:12 into the second overtime period for the golden goal.

Friends League

  • Moorestown Friends 4, Germantown Friends 0: Kathryn Gregory scored twice and assisted on one of two goals by Kieran Lees, while Alyssa Runyan had two assists and Gaelyn Gregory turned away seven shots for the Foxes (9-2).

Tri-State Christian League

  • Gloucester
    Christian 2, Cumberland Christian 1: Hannah Sareyka and Autumn Crawford scored on second half penalty kicks for the Conquerors

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