N.J.: Monday Girls' Soccer

Freshman backup goalie Carlie Crispin answered the call for Gloucester County Tech and led the Cheetahs to a 2-1 win over host Pitman in a Tri-County Conference game.

Brooke Savinger and Carly Scheepers scored in the first half for GCIT and Crispin stopped 10 shots.

In other conference games:

Kelly Seibert scored in the second half and helped Woodstown beat host Clayton, 1-0. Valerie Perretti stopped 10 shots for the Wolverines as did Clippers’ goalie Rachel Norbuts.

Briana Molino scored the lone goal of the game in the second half and handed Williamstown a 1-0 win over host Clearview. Lauren West preserved the shutout with a six-save performance for the Braves.

Korrie Harkins picked up a pair of goals and boosted Gloucester Catholic to a 3-0 win over host Schalick. Jenna Alvarado also scored, Chelsea Duffy contributed an assist and Jackie Wajda stopped two shots for the Rams. Leanne Greenling turned aside 14 shots for the Cougars.

Lauren Whelan led the way with a pair of goals and helped Cumberland hold off host Deptford, 4-1. Francesca Arcara and Allyson Horowitz also scored and Jamie Matlock chipped in with three assists for the Colts who used a six-save effort from Jessica Bramente to win the game. Kristy Whittaker scored and Robin Franchi turned aside four shots for the Spartans.

Kingsway was victimized by an own goal in the second half and Highland escaped with a 1-0 win.

Stephanie Longley notched a hat trick and sparked Glassboro to a 5-1 win over host Gloucester. Vanessa Brown and Guliz Ozdemir also scored while Jacy Heaton stopped seven shots for the Bulldogs. Rachel Cowgill picked up a goal and Irene Grimanis turned aside 21 shots for the Lions.

Chelsea Abhau, Sarah Nickle and Alex Smith each picked up two goals and two assists to lead Pennsville to an 8-0 win over visiting Salem.

Brielyn Hackett and Abigale Nickle also scored for the Eagles who got nine saves from Jill Clark. Cory Mullica stopped 24 shots for the Rams.

Olympic. Freshman Arienne Reilley scored twice and sparked Paul VI to a 4-0 win over host Camden Catholic. Chelsea Phillips and Becky Sparks also scored for the Eagles who got a shutout from goalie Sarah Hinkle without facing a shot.

Colonial. Rebecca Tustin came through with a pair of goals and led Haddon Heights to a 4-1 win over visiting Woodbury. Kay Hosey chipped in with a goal and an assist, Sam Brodsky added an assist and Joelle Orlando stopped two shots. Chelsea Pedano turned aside 20 shots for the Thundering Herd.

Cape-Atlantic. Liz Hernandez scored 1 minute, 40 seconds into a second overtime period and boosted Bridgeton to a 3-2 win over host Wildwood Catholic. Teresa Alvarado assisted on the game-winning goal and Sha’dasia Farrell earned the win in goal after stopping seven shots. Shannon Branch scored twice over a three-minute stretch in the second half to tie the game, 2-2, with nine minutes left in regulation. Brittany Helverson scored twice and Gabrielle Adams stopped 16 shots for the Crusaders.

Candice Riggin scored and unassisted goal five minutes into the second half and gave Our Lady of Mercy a 1-0 win over host Buena. Julie Connor posted the shutout in goal after stopping 12 shots and Bernae Johnson stopped 10 shots for the Chiefs.

Nonleague. Apryle Panyi chipped in with a goal and an assist to lead Audubon to a 3-1 win over Willingboro. Brianna Rizzo and Kathryn Strasle added goals for the Green Wave who got a combined six saves from Katie Hoover and Megan Schaefer.

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