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Friday's girls' soccer roundup

An own goal in double overtime ended 10th-ranked Clearview’s 2-1 win at No. 5 Eastern yesterday in a nonleague girls’ soccer showdown. Thanks to a first-half goal by Kelley Alpaugh, the Pioneers (6-2-1) appeared to have the victory in hand. But Kelsey Long of Eastern (6-2) tied it with eight seconds left in regulation. The deciding score came when a shot by Clearview’s Mackenzie Landon deflected off a defender and into the Vikings’ net. The goalies — Deana Wood of Eastern and Clearview’s Lauren West — combined for 27 saves.

Friday's girls' soccer roundup

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An own goal in double overtime ended 10th-ranked Clearview’s 2-1 win at No. 5 Eastern yesterday in a nonleague girls’ soccer showdown.
Thanks to a first-half goal by Kelley Alpaugh, the Pioneers (6-2-1) appeared to have the victory in hand. But Kelsey Long of Eastern (6-2) tied it with eight seconds left in regulation.
The deciding score came when a shot by Clearview’s Mackenzie Landon deflected off a defender and into the Vikings’ net. The goalies — Deana Wood of Eastern and Clearview’s Lauren West — combined for 27 saves.

Tri-County.

 Third-ranked Gloucester Catholic (8-0-1) used two goals apiece from Chelsea Duffy and Korrie Harkins to pull away to a 6-0 romp at Clayton (8-3), in a battle between division leaders.

Friends Schools.

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Brianna Howarth’s second goal of the game, on a penalty kick late in the first half, allowed Moorestown Friends to hold on for a 3-2 win at Academy of the New Church.


Nonleague.

 Lauren Fell and Katie Johnson scored within a two-minute span early in the second half, and Haddonfield goalie Lindsay Brophy was perfect in the nets as the visiting Bulldogs upended eighth-ranked Moorestown, 2-0.

Alex Smith’s shot with three minutes left in the second half eluded Gateway goalie Peggy Nicole (28 saves), giving Pennsville (9-1) a 1-0 home win.

 

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