Wednesday, April 16, 2014
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Thursday's girls' soccer roundup

The Oakcrest girls’ soccer team has struggled to get its attack in gear in winning just once in seven games this season. But standout goaltending by Hilary Rosenberg enabled the Falcons to push Ocean City to the limit yesterday, before the host Red Raiders pulled out a 1-0 win in double overtime. Rosenberg made 16 saves but couldn’t stop freshman Taylor Gardner from registering her first varsity goal — on a blast into the upper corner of the net with 2 minutes, 18 seconds remaining in the second extra session of the Cape-Atlantic League match. Julie Burnell stopped 10 shots to earn the shutout for Ocean City (4-0-1). Oakcrest (1-5-1) went scoreless for the fifth time.

Thursday's girls' soccer roundup

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The Oakcrest girls’ soccer team has struggled to get its attack in gear in winning just once in seven games this season. But standout goaltending by Hilary Rosenberg enabled the Falcons to push Ocean City to the limit yesterday, before the host Red Raiders pulled out a 1-0 win in double overtime.
Rosenberg made 16 saves but couldn’t stop freshman Taylor Gardner from registering her first varsity goal — on a blast into the upper corner of the net with 2 minutes, 18 seconds remaining in the second extra session of the Cape-Atlantic League match.
Julie Burnell stopped 10 shots to earn the shutout for Ocean City (4-0-1). Oakcrest (1-5-1) went scoreless for the fifth time.

Burlington County.

Victoria Vasapolli’s third goal of the game, with 12 minutes left in the second half, enabled Burlington City to hold off host Palmyra, 3-2.

Samantha Roynestad had a pair of second-half goals to rally host Northern Burlington past Burlington Township, 2-1.
Colonial. Paulsboro snapped its season-opening seven-game losing streak, getting goals from Michelle Relation and Maggie Baylor in a 2-0 win at Lindenwold.


Nonleague.

Briana Baird (10 saves) provided shutout goaltending, Amanda Hershey scored twice and Erin Calderon contributed a goal and two assists, sending host Pennsauken (1-7) to its first win of the season, 5-0, over Medford Tech.

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