Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Tuesday's field hockey roundup

Jamie Robinson had a hat trick and Amy Kinkler contributed a pair of assists for sixth-ranked West Deptford, which broke the Colonial Conference match open in the second half to hand visiting Audubon its first loss of the season, 4-0. Brooke Heininger (three saves) recorded the shutout for the Eagles (5-1, 4-1), while Ariel Booth turned aside 17 shots to keep Audubon (6-1, 5-1) close early.

Tuesday's field hockey roundup

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Jamie Robinson had a hat trick and Amy Kinkler contributed a pair of assists for sixth-ranked West Deptford, which broke the Colonial Conference match open in the second half to hand visiting Audubon its first loss of the season, 4-0.
Brooke Heininger (three saves) recorded the shutout for the Eagles (5-1, 4-1), while Ariel Booth turned aside 17 shots to keep Audubon (6-1, 5-1) close early.


In another Colonial Conference match, Caitlin Hawco set up a pair of goals by Erin Robinson, and Allison Hawco notched the shutout, carrying host Collingswood past Haddon Township, 3-0.

Cape-Atlantic.

 Kassie Barrett’s second goal of the game put host Mainland ahead with nine minutes remaining, and Jen Eisenberg scored with 39 seconds left to clinch the Mustangs’ 5-3 win over Atlantic City. The late flurry spoiled a strong showing by Vikings’ netminder Nikki Djambinov, who came up with 20 saves.


Colleen Slaughter’s four goals and one assist fueled the attack for fifth-ranked Ocean City, while Natalie Hunter registered her fourth shutout by blanking visiting Millville, 8-0.


Olympic.

 Megan Upton knocked in a pass from Tara Dunning to give host Lenape a 1-0 first-half lead, but Elise DiDonato’s goal with five minutes to go pulled Bishop Eustace into a 1-1 tie.

Burlington County.

Brittany Pasquarella ended a scoreless duel by converting off a penalty corner with three minutes left in regulation, making Rancocas Valley a 1-0 winner at Cinnaminson.
Marissa DePativo’s hat trick and two goals by Allie Jillions powered host Holy Cross past Medford Tech, 7-0.

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