Sunday, December 21, 2014

Saturday's girls' soccer roundup

Girls’ Soccer The Holy Cross offense continues to click, as the Crusaders prevailed by seven goals for the second time in three days — 8-1 over visiting Florence — in a Burlington County League clash. Clare Macadams was at the heart of the attack, picking up an assist to go with her hat trick, and Catherine Lamplugh came through with a goal and two assists.

Saturday's girls' soccer roundup

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Girls’ Soccer
The Holy Cross offense continues to click, as the Crusaders prevailed by seven goals for the second time in three days — 8-1 over visiting Florence — in a Burlington County League clash.
Clare Macadams was at the heart of the attack, picking up an assist to go with her hat trick, and Catherine Lamplugh came through with a goal and two assists.


Liana Nedler’s goal midway through the second half enabled host Medford Tech to hold off Trenton Catholic, 3-2. Karyssa Rivera had a pair of second-half goals for TC.

Nonleague.

 Maura Godfrey, who set up Lisa Larson’s tying goal midway through the second half, scored the game-winner with eight minutes left when her corner kick deflected off a defender, lifting Pitman over host Collingswood, 2-1.


Tori Flocco scored with 10 minutes remaining, and Alyssa Baus (nine saves) kept Oakcrest’s offense in check, allowing Kingsway to capture a 1-0 road win.


Sophomore Abiodun Fakolujo scored twice, and Anna Dolhansky contributed a goal and an assist as host Triton took command early and went on to defeat Lower Cape May, 3-0. Jessica Warner stopped eight shots to earn the shutout.

Kelly Farrell, Melissa Arnold and Amanda Magana each had a goal to back the shutout goaltending of Kate DeCaro, sending Timber Creek to a 3-0 win at Sterling.

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