Girls Soccer: Toms River North beats Brick Memorial third time around

Girls Soccer: Toms River North beats Brick Memorial third time around


Girls Soccer: Toms River North beats Brick Memorial third time around


Emma Carney of Brick Memorial, left, fights for control with Toms River North's Melissa Wilhelm at Toms River North High School Nov. 2, 2015.

Emma Carney of Brick Memorial, left, fights for control with Toms River North’s Melissa Wilhelm at Toms River North High School Nov. 2, 2015.

TOMS RIVER The Toms River North girls soccer team has recorded the most ties of any team in the Shore Conference this season.

And on Monday night, the No. 4 seed Mariners were facing No. 14 seed Brick Memorial, a team the Mariners tied twice already this season.

However, Toms River North left no doubt on Monday night by scoring three goals in the first half and that was enough for a 3-0 victory over Brick Memorial in an NJSIAA South Group IV first round game.

Nikki Logan volleyed a shot from about 15 yards out for a 1-0 lead at 19:12, Krystal Hund added to the lead at 22:12 with a header from about 18 yards out and Morgan Curtis completed the scoring at 31:54 with a shot to the lower left corner as the Mariners (11-2-6) beat Class A South rival Brick Memorial (10-7-3) for the first time this season.

On Sep. 16 at Toms River North, the squads played to a scoreless tie and on Oct. 5 at Brick Memorial the teams battled to a 1-1 tie.

Toms River North’s Ashley Tutzauer made seven saves and Brick Memorial’s Gianna Occhiogrosso made eight saves.

Toms River North will host No. 12 seed Rancocas Valley at 11 a.m. Thursday in the South Group IV quarterfinals.

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Freehold Township 7, Edison 0: The Patriots’ Nicole Whitley led seven different scorers with one goal and two assists and Kaela Chadzuitko and Ang DeCicco combined for the team’s 11th shutout as the Patriots toppled Edison in a Central Group IV Game. Freehold Township will host Freehold at 11 a.m. Thursday in a quarterfinal round game. Edison’s Kendra Candido made five saves.

Freehold 5, South Brunswick 0: Maria Amalfitano and Kaleigh Rudic each had one goal and one assist and Stephanie Moir made eight saves as the Colonials (10-8-1) defeated the Vikings in a Central Group IV game.

Central 3, Cumberland 1: Gianna Argento had one goal and two assists, Ashley DellaPietro and Xenia Tchoudov each had one goal, Antonia Gargano had one assist and Noah Smith made five saves as the Golden Eagles (13-5-1) defeated Cumberland (5-9-2) in a South Group III game. Cumberland’s Lindzey Mosley had one goal, Katelynn Keen had one assist and Kelsey Pastirko made 16 saves.

Wall 3, Brick 2: The Crimson Knights rallied from a 2-0 deficit and scored two goals in the final five minutes as Jessie Maywalt wins it on a penalty kick.

Monmouth 2, Bordentown 1: Senior Lauren Langlois lifted the Falcons over Scotties as she struck first on a breakaway in the 70th minute to give Monmouth a 1-0 lead. Later, Langlois found the back of the net five minutes into overtime via pass from Skylar Kramer.

TR South 7, Atlantic Tech 0: Aliya Canfield had two goals, Tori Babcock had three assists and Samantha Labianca had one goal and one assist as the Indians defeated Atlantic Tech in a South Group III game.

Neptune 1, Burlington 0: Freshman Nelly Thomas had the game winning goal in overtime for the Scarlet Fliers while Allie Kerwin got the shutout.

Ranney 6, Wildwood Catholic 1: Abigail Boyan had three goals and one assist, Olivia Metzger added a hat trick and Gabriella Snyder made two saves as the Panthers (8-9-1) toppled Wildwood Catholic (6-11-1) in Non-Public South B action.

Red Bank Catholic 7, Camden Catholic 0: Jyllissa Harris lead all scorers with three goals while Marisa Rafaniello had three assists as the Caseys beat Camden Catholic.

Rumson-Fair Haven 7, Delaware Valley 0: Grace Forsyth led the way with two goals for Rumson-Fair Haven, as the top seed eliminated No. 16 Delaware Valley.

Holmdel 8, South Plainfield 1: McKayla Sosa scored a goal, but 14th-seeded South Plainfield couldn’t overcome the third-seeded defending champ.

Somerville 4, Red Bank 0: Marisa Adelman went off for four goals, while Christina Cernuto provided two assist and second-seeded Somerville rolled into the quarterfinals. Sarah Coulson posted the shutout with four saves for the Pioneers, who will play host to seventh-seeded Warren Hills on Thursday.

Rahway 1, Manasquan 0: Emily Beenders scored a second-half goal to snap a scoreless tie and lift ninth-seeded Rahway into the quarterfinals. Jordan Rudy made five saves for the Indians, who will visit top-seeded Rumson-Fair Haven on Thursday.

Point Pleasant Beach 8, Manville 0: Samantha Ortiz made 15 saves for Manville, but the No. 14 seed Mustangs were eliminated by the No. 3 seed.

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Freehold 4, Colts Neck 0: Tori Tiefenthaler had three goals, Gabby Arancio added one goal and one assist and Isabella Reynoso had seven saves as the Colonials defeated the Cougars in North 2 Group II second round game.

Central 2, Pennsauken 1: Halie Bondulich scored the game-winning goal 7:34 into overtime as the Golden Eagles outlasted the Indians (8-9-2) in a Central Group III game. Lillian Walker tied the game at 1-1 with 14 seconds left in regulation.

Toms River South 1, Jackson Liberty 0: Freshman Brooke LaBarca scored her first varsity goal 4:53 into double overtime and Nina Shirey made seven saves as the Indians (11-7) defeated the Lions (14-7) in a Central Group III game. Jackson Liberty’s Katie Koehler had five saves.

Middletown South 1, West Windsor-Plainsboro North 0: Senior Lexi Holcombe scored the game-winning goal as the Eagles defeated West Windsor Plainsboro North in a North 2 Group II game.

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