Sunday, October 4, 2015

Thursday field hockey roundup

Here is Thursday's field hockey roundup:

Thursday field hockey roundup


Here is Thursday's field hockey roundup:

Collingswood freshman Allison Hawco recorded her third — and arguably most difficult — shutout of the season, stopping 14 shots as the host Panthers blanked sixth-ranked West Deptford, 1-0, in Colonial Conference field hockey.
Samantha Gregg’s first-half goal enabled Collingswood (4-1 overall and conference) to move into a first-place tie with Haddonfield in the Liberty Division. The Eagles (4-1, 3-1) had outscored the opposition, 19-2, this season.

In other Colonial action:

Alex Marshall’s two first-half goals put 10th-ranked Haddonfield (4-1, 4-1) on track for a 6-0 home win over Sterling.

Audubon (5-0, 5-0) held on to the Patriot Division lead by pounding host Paulsboro, 4-0, behind balanced scoring — paced by Megan Anstotz’s goal and assist — and shutout goaltending by Ariel Booth.

Kim Deptula and Brelyn Howard each had two goals and an assist for Haddon Township (4-1, 4-1) in a 6-0 romp at Woodbury.


In a battle for first place in the Patriot Division, third-ranked Shawnee (5-1, 3-0) took command early en route to a 3-1 win at Triton (3-2, 2-1).
Becky Stiles scored twice and Kelley Dickinson had one goal in the first half for the Renegades, who peppered Mustangs netminder Sara Winters with 23 shots. Shawnee goalie Elina Perreria made 15 saves — yielding only a second-half score to Rachel Vitaglino.

Kerri Weber and Maura Boligitz combined to torch Timber Creek for five goals and three assists, as host Paul VI (3-1-1, 3-1) ended a two-match winless streak with a 6-1 win.

Cape-Atlantic League

Marissa Moreno scored twice and set up three goals to send St. Joseph (4-1) to an 8-2 inter-division win at Buena.

Marybeth Keeler produced three goals and two assists, Meghan Oliver had a hat trick, and Deni Maguire had a goal and two assists to help host Lower Cape May (4-1, 2-0) bury Bridgeton, 9-0.

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