Thursday girls' soccer

Palmyra goalie Aubrie Babb turned aside 20 shots and Angela Federico came through with 10 saves for host Florence, as the Burlington County League rivals played through two overtime periods to a scoreless draw.

In other Burlco matches:
Jaime Viggiano, who set up Alysa Pacheco’s goal in the first half, scored the game-winner in overtime as Maple Shade outlasted host Riverside, 2-1. Cristina Martins had the Rams’ goal.

Shannon Grogan and Clare MacAdams teamed up for four goals and three assists, powering host Holy Cross to a 7-0 romp past Burlington City.

Goals by Jihan Everett and Taylor Lewis, coupled with Janae Tucker’s seven saves, propelled host Willingboro past Pemberton, 2-1.

Olympic. Shannon Dennehey scored twice and Dani Buonacuore made four saves, as Shawnee shut down host Timber Creek, 3-0.

Jessica Warner faced five shots in handcuffing Pennsauken while five players figured in the scoring, sending Triton to a 5-0 road win. Emily Cason recorded 15 saves in the loss.

Colonial. Julie Bundy cashed in a pass from Tarryn Bundy in the second half, allowing host West Deptford to overcome a 32-save performance by Sterling keeper Rachel Hodge and escape with a 1-0 win.

Devon Coyle deposited a pair of goals, Apryle Panyi contributed a goal and an assist, and Katie Hoover and Megan Schaffer combined on a shutout, making host Audubon a 4-0 winner over Woodbury.

Kersten Spisell supplied all the scoring in Gateway’s 3-0 triumph at Paulsboro, spoiling a 20-save performance by Red Raider keeper Shelby Sutton.

Collingswood pulled out a 2-1 triumph at Overbrook on goals by Belia Kelly and Amber Stefano.

Patrice Maro’s two goals led the way for host Haddon Township, which peppered the Lindenwold net with 35 shots en route to an 8-0 win.

Cape-Atlantic. Host Absegami dominated in shots and corner kicks, but Mainland got the only goal — with Jessica Mann converting a giveaway deep in the Braves’ end — to emerge with a 1-0 victory.

Penn-Jersey. Sarah Rudderow and Gabbi Perrottet each had a goal and an assist to guide host Doane Academy past Mercy Vocational, 6-0.

Nonleague. Moorestown Friends opened its season with a strong effort, getting two goals from Brianna Howarth in rolling, 5-2, over visiting Westampton Tech.

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