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Saturday Girls' Soccer

Shelly Marino assisted on second-half goals by Melissa Blevins and Nicole Panisiuk, helping host Highland edge Deptford, 2-1, in the semifinals of the Highland Kick Start Tournament.

Saturday Girls' Soccer

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Shelly Marino assisted on second-half goals by Melissa Blevins and Nicole Panisiuk, helping host Highland edge Deptford, 2-1, in the semifinals of the Highland Kick Start Tournament.

The Tartans will face Pennsville — a 6-0 winner over Buena — in the title game.

Williamstown Tournament. Briana Molino, Alexis Ledonne, and Jessica Martinez teamed up to produce five goals and four assists to power host Williamstown over Timber Creek, 6-1.

Emily Grabiak pumped in the first two goals of the match and Haddonfield went on to conquer Kingsway, 3-1, setting up today’s championship against Williamstown.

Clayton Tournament. Maxie New scored twice, Devon Horner and Felicia Riccelli contributed two assists apiece, and Valarie Perretti stopped six shots as host Clayton clobbered Woodbury, 7-0.

In the other semifinal, Haddon Township used two goals each from Laura Dochney and Patrice Maro to roll over Cape May Tech, 8-1. Goalie Kajsa Axelson was credited with 25 saves in the loss.

Colonial. Julie Brockway knocked in Megan Sullivan’s pass with less than seven minutes to go, making ninth-ranked West Deptford a 2-1 winner over visiting Gateway.

Olympic. Julie Gorman scored on a free kick, Shannon Dennehey put in her own rebound, and Dani Buonacuore supplied shutout goaltending as Shawnee prevailed, 2-0, at Camden Catholic.

Nonleague. Underclassmen keyed Washington Township’s attack in a 2-0 triumph over visiting Clearview.

Sophomore Lou Kalitz opened the scoring with 1 minute, 6 seconds remaining in the first half, and freshman Allegra Ondrejka added an insurance goal midway through the second half. Lauren Cicatiello and Kara DiJoseph combined for six saves while splitting time in the nets for the Minutemaids.

Leah Braidi deposited the go-ahead goal with 10 minutes to go in regulation, and Sacred Heart held on to nip host Triton, 2-1.

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