Wednesday's field hockey roundup

Megan Comunale recorded the fourth shutout of the season for fourth-ranked Bishop Eustace, but the host Crusaders (5-0-1) were unable to put any of their 21 shots past Peddie School netminder Carolyn Horner, ending the nonleague match in a scoreless draw.

Burlington County.

Andie Fennimore’s second half goal, off a pass from Emily Bausher, and shutout goaltending by Katie Francis (nine saves) lifted New Egypt (5-0, 3-0) over host Florence, 1-0, and gave the Warriors the Freedom Division lead.

Rachel Antuzzi, Allie Jillions, Christina Lafferty and Marissa DePativo supplied the scoring for host Holy Cross in a 4-1 win over Cinnaminson.

Brooke Hulling had a goal and two assists to pace Delran’s balanced attack in a 6-0 romp at Medford Tech.


Goalie Brittney Dolson stopped six shots, including a penalty stroke, and Johanna James contributed a pair of assists as host Gloucester (5-0) remained perfect with a 3-1 decision over Woodstown.

Kelsey DiBenedetto made five saves in recording her fifth shutout of the season, and Delsea (5-0) received a pair of second-half goals from Arielle Visalli to slip past host Glassboro, 2-0.

Katie Bastian, Nicole Bertoldi and Jessica Collier scored for host Pitman, which outshot Penns Grove, 18-2, in claiming a 3-0 victory.


Jen Eisenberg and Julie Higginbotham had two goals apiece and Kassie Barrett dealt three assists, helping host Mainland double up Hammonton, 4-2. Netminder Dana Hartshorne kicked aside 17 shots to keep the Blue Devils close.

Millville (4-1, 4-0) continued its strong start, getting gooals by Kelsey Andrews and Corey Bobryk in a 2-1 triumph at Egg Harbor Township.
Jenny Carpenter scored twice for Absegami, which jumped on top early and cruised to a 4-1 win at Vineland.

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