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N.J.: Tuesday Girls' Soccer

Shannon McAllister scored one goal and assisted on Alex Frank’s game-winner in overtime, as host Shawnee rallied to upend sixth-ranked Eastern, 3-2, yesterday in Olympic Conference girls’ soccer.

N.J.: Tuesday Girls' Soccer

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Shannon McAllister scored one goal and assisted on Alex Frank’s game-winner in overtime, as host Shawnee rallied to upend sixth-ranked Eastern, 3-2, yesterday in Olympic Conference girls’ soccer.

First-half goals by Kelsey Long and Sydney Cetrullo staked the Vikings (8-3) to a 2-0 lead. But Shawnee struck back with a pair of goals less than two minutes apart early in the second half, when Shannon Dennehey set up McAllister and then cashed in a feed from Erin Smith.

Dani Buonacore and Julia Brown split time in the nets for the Renegades (8-1-1).

In other Olympic Conference matches:

Sarah Martella and Audra Vaccaro of Bishop Eustace scored in the final four minutes of regulation, but it was not enough to complete the Crusaders’ rally in a 3-2 loss to visiting Cherokee.
Bridgette Bartkowski, Becca Melvin and Kim Nale each had a goal for the Chiefs.

Freshman Erica Hansen scored her first two varsity goals to highlight Cherry Hill East’s 5-1 win over visiting Winslow Township.

Tri-County. Cumberland goalkeeper Jessica Bramante stopped eight shots and received plenty of defensive support, as the host Colts held fifth-ranked Clearview off the scoreboard, with the match ending in a scoreless tie. Jamie Matlock, Katie McCormick, Jennifer O’Hara and Courtney Whelan helped Bramante handcuff the Pioneers (6-2-2 overall, 5-1-1 conference), who had cruised to a 5-1 win over Cumberland on Sept. 14.

Clearview keeper Lauren West made six saves in posting her fifth shutout of the season. It was the first time in 10 games that Cumberland (7-2-1, 5-2-1) failed to score.

Senior midfielder Jessica Martinez scored off an assist by Briana Molino five minutes into the game, and Ashley Winkelspecht came through with nine saves to allow seventh-ranked Williamstown to escape with a 1-0 victory over visiting Deptford.

Alexis Macklin made five saves in registering her fourth shutout of the season and three players figured in the scoring in Pitman’s 3-0 home win over Salem.

Felicia Riccelli’s first-half hat trick put host Clayton on course for a 6-0 rout of Gloucester.

Colonial. West Deptford used three goals by Julie Brockway to pull away from visiting Woodbury, 4-0.

Cape-Atlantic. Jade Miller had a hat trick and Lily Mullock contributed two goals as Cape May Tech crushed host Wildwood Catholic, 7-2.

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