N.J.: Monday Field Hockey

Jenna O’Sullivan and Amanda Wozniak personally made sure that the Timber Creek field hockey team would not go winless this season.

O’Sullivan collected a pair of goals off assists from Wozniak in the first half and led the Chargers past visiting Winslow Township, 2-0, in an Olympic Conference game.

Stephanie Mullica also had a big hand in the victory, stopping four shots to keep the Eagles out of the cage.

Cape-Atlantic. Megan DeMarco and Gina Smith struck for first-half goals and gave St. Joseph a 2-0 win over visiting Lower Cape May.

Shari Grinceri assisted on Smith’s goal while DeMarco’s goal was unassisted. Rachel Sayer stopped 11 shots for the Wildcats while Rebecca Hoben stopped 19 shots for the Tigers.

Ruby Mathis and Kati Moran scored goals and Deanna Adair stopped a pair of shots as Wildwood Catholic tripped visiting Sacred Heart, 2-0.

Devon Biglin and Jessica Giaccone each contributed two goals and two assists as Holy Spirit dumped host Bridgeton, 8-0.

Evanne Ellenberg, Paige Pecora, Joanna Persiano and Dana Reimers also scored for the Spartans who got a combined two saves from Amber D’Ambrosio and Sally Widman. Angie Soto stopped 21 shots for the Bulldogs.

Tri-County. Michelle Woods scored for visiting Highland in the first half, but Penns Grove posted a second-half goal and forced a 1-1 tie. Sarah Dziunycz turned aside 10 shots for the Tartans.

Stephanie Toomey and Christina Wallace scored in the first half and led Kingsway to a 2-0 win over host Delsea.

Becca May tossed the shutout in goal by stopping seven shots while Crusaders’ goalie Kelsey DiBenedetto also stopped seven shots.

Nicolette Pizzo stopped 13 shots for Cumberland and Heather Boyer turned aside seven shots for host Woodstown in a 0-0 overtime tie.

Courtney Branco struck for a hat trick and an assist for Clearview in a 4-0 win over visiting Gloucester Catholic. Jessica Loizeaux also scored and Alyssa Wilecek stopped two shots for the Pioneers.

Burlington County. Kelley Butler and Allie Jillions collected two goals each for Holy Cross in a 7-0 win over visiting Palmyra.
Rachel Antuzzi, Stephanie Bacho and Jamie Warren addedd a goal each and Kate Cusack earned the shutout in goal for the Lancers.

Nonleague. Aimee Mulholland and Sam Nastasi scored goals to give Gateway a 2-0 win over visiting Clayton. Kirsten earned the shutout in goal for the Gators without facing a shot.

Krystal Valianti scored twice and lifted Collingswood past visiting New Egypt, 4-2. Samantha Gregg added a goal and an assist and Caitlin Hawco contributed a goal for the Panthers who got seven saves from Allison Hawco.

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