Monday, July 14, 2014
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Friday's field hockey roundup

Kelly Quinn scored off a penalty corner by Elise DiDonato with 2 minutes, 31 seconds left in overtime, giving fourth-ranked Bishop Eustace a 2-1 triumph over visiting Camden Catholic in an Olympic Conference match. Moira Penza poked home a rebound to put the Crusaders (7-0-2) ahead in the first half, and Caitlyn Brostrand pulled the Irish (4-4) even with 10 minutes to go in regulation.

Friday's field hockey roundup

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Kelly Quinn scored off a penalty corner by Elise DiDonato with 2 minutes, 31 seconds left in overtime, giving fourth-ranked Bishop Eustace a 2-1 triumph over visiting Camden Catholic in an Olympic Conference match.
Moira Penza poked home a rebound to put the Crusaders (7-0-2) ahead in the first half, and Caitlyn Brostrand pulled the Irish (4-4) even with 10 minutes to go in regulation.

Sara Jackson’s four-goal outburst highlighted second-ranked Washington Township’s 6-0 rout at Cherry Hill East. Laura Rose added two goals for the Minutemaids (5-1).

Top-ranked Eastern (8-1) leveled host Lenape, 7-0, on a hat trick by Kelsey Mitchell and two goals from Alyssa McFerren.

Tri-County.

 Gloucester Catholic goalie Colleen O’Donnell turned away 21 shots, enabling the visiting Rams to play 10th-ranked Gloucester to a scoreless draw. The Rams (2-3-2) managed just one shot on netminder Brittney Dolson, who recorded the sixth shutout of the season for Gloucester (8-0-1).


Behind a pair of goals by Jessica Loizeaux, sixth-ranked Clearview (9-0) took command early and cruised past visiting Woodstown, 4-0.


Burlington County.

Brynn Gitt’s second goal, on a penalty stroke with less than eight minutes remaining, sealed Rancocas Valley’s 2-0 triumph at Pemberton.


Nonleague.

Kylee Cintron and Angela Papaleo scored two goals each for host Lindenwold (1-7), which broke into the win column with a 5-0 victory over LEAP Academy.

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