Wednesday's field hockey roundup

Erica Mecchella set up a first-half goal and converted a penalty stroke early in the second half, helping host Gloucester hold off Glassboro, 3-1, in a Tri-County Conference match.
Angela Harris and Johanna James also scored for the Lions, while Glassboro’s goal came off the stick of Alexis Mazzeo.

In other Tri-County Conference matches:

Gabby D’Amico put in a pair of first-half goals and Alyssa Wileczek made the lead stand up, stopping four shots, to make host Clearview a 2-0 winner over Williamstown.


Bridget Dalessandro’s early tally held up, as Highland shaded host Cumberland, 1-0.

Olympic

Riding a hat trick by Elise DiDonato, Bishop Eustace improved to 3-0 by dispatching visiting Seneca, 4-1.


Meg Wheeler had two goals and Carissa Vittese added a pair of assists in Camden Catholic’s 4-0 home win over Timber Creek. Chargers goalie Steph Mullica was credited with 20 saves.


Winslow Township netminder Asia Mitchell turned in 16 saves, but she couldn’t prevent Courtney Chels from depositing a pair of goals as host Triton took a 5-1 decision.

Colonial

Nahajla Simmons scored with two minutes remaining in overtime, making Paulsboro a 1-0 winner at Gateway.


Elizabeth Rexon had two goals, Ali Kirk contributed a goal and an assist, and Aurora Connor was perfect in the cage as host Haddonfield finished strong to defeat Haddon Heights, 4-0.


Audubon ran out to a 5-0 first-half lead before settling for a 6-1 win at Woodbury. Katie Nuhn and Amanda Hauske had two goals each to lead the Green Wave.


Collingswood, behind two goals apiece from Samantha Gregg and Krystal Valianti, scored four times in the second half to finish off visiting Overbrook, 5-0.


Lauren Boegly, Jamie Robinson, and Jenna Grady each scored a pair in powering West Deptford to an 8-0 rout at Sterling.

Burlington County

Mary Jack and Melissa Jones had two goals apiece and Sam Faber contributed a pair of assists for host Cinnaminson, which scored six times in the first half en route to a 7-0 victory over Medford Tech.

Lexi Smith’s four goals fueled Florence’s 8-1 romp past visiting Burlington City.

Abby Wood scored twice to help host Rancocas Valley pull away from Pemberton, 6-1.Hornets goalie Emma Jordan kept the score respectable by kicking out 18 shots.

Kayla Soles pumped in a pair of goals in the opening half, putting New Egypt on course for a 4-0 win at Maple Shade.

Cape-Atlantic

Haley Allison had a hat trick and Nicole Hand scored twice for Middle Township, which launched 32 shots on goal in dismantling host Bridgeton, 5-0.

Karlie Gruccio accounted for all the scoring in Buena’s 3-0 win at Wildwood Catholic. Kristin Doshenko faced just one shot in registering the shutout.

Nonleague

Katherine Churchill’s hat trick keyed the attack for Moorestown Friends, and Katie Schlechtweg provided shutout goaltending in a 5-0 triumph at Pennington.

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