Riverside snapped a scoreless tie with 6 minutes, 15 seconds left in the second half as Corryne Crabtree scored off an assist by Liz Bohn, sinking host Pemberton, 1-0. Rams goalie Angela Daigs made seven saves.
Also in Burlington County field hockey action, Tina McGugan and Sam Saber provided assists for Melissa Jones’ two goals as Cinnaminson knocked off visiting Northern Burlington, 2-0.
With Brooke Hullings’ two goals and Chelsea Fitzgerald’s two saves in goal, Delran upended host Burlington Township, 3-0.
Colonial. First-half goals off the sticks of Meaghan McLaughlin and Elizabeth Rexon steered Haddonfield past visiting Audubon, 2-0.
Olympic. Cherokee rallied from a 1-0 halftime deficit to jolt visiting Paul VI, 2-1, as Carolyn Carlantonio assisted on second-half by Melissa Arthur and Michelle Gonzales.
Cape-Atlantic. Six players scored a goal apiece, including Kassie Barrett with two assists, as Mainland blanked visiting Vineland, 6-0. Mainland (7-1-1), winner of six straight since a 1-1-1 start, will host Egg Harbor Township at 4 p.m. Wednesday in a “pink” game for breast cancer awareness.
Millville’s 2-0 win at Hammonton included three saves by goalie Tara Spears, and goals from Corey Bobryk and Danielle Tombleson.
Tara Martinelli’s overtime penalty corner turned into a goal by Rebecca Simon and a 2-1 home win for Atlantic City over Middle Township.
Tri-County. Clearview’s 6-2 win over visiting Cumberland featured two goals each by Krysta Aliberti and Courtney Branco and three assists from Alison McCardell.
Brittney Dolson needed just two saves to earn her sixth shutout for unbeaten Gloucester (9-0-1), 3-0, over visiting Schalick.
Christina Wallace had two first-half goals, Stephanie Toomey scored two after intermission, and Briana Villari had two assists in Kingsway’s 4-0 win at Williamstown.
Rachel Crescitelli scored three times, and Brittany Carney added two goals and an assist as Delsea defeated visiting Gloucester Catholic, 5-1.
Nonleague. Sophomore Alissa Martin celebrated her first varsity goal in Rancocas Valley’s 2-0 shutout of visiting Hamilton West.