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N.J.: Tuesday Field Hockey

Erin Robinson had a hat trick and Caitlin Hawco scored the go-ahead goal with 23 minutes remaining in the second half, as Collingswood overcame an early two-goal deficit to defeat host Audubon, 5-3, in a Colonial Conference match.

N.J.: Tuesday Field Hockey

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Erin Robinson had a hat trick and Caitlin Hawco scored the go-ahead goal with 23 minutes remaining in the second half, as Collingswood overcame an early two-goal deficit to defeat host Audubon, 5-3, in a Colonial Conference match.

Samantha Gregg also scored for the Panthers (8-1 overall, 7-1 conference), while netminder Allison Hawco made a dozen saves. Megan Dadds, Allison Kirsch and Katie Nuhn supplied the scoring for the Green Wave (6-4, 5-4).

In other Colonial Conference action:

Megan Glenn’s goal pulled Gateway even with 6 minutes left in regulation and goalie Kiersten Holmstrom stopped 11 shots, allowing the Gators to play host Haddon Heights to a 1-1 draw. Lani Adams had the Garnets’ goal.

Jamie Robinson produced three goals and one assist for seventh-ranked West Deptford, which seized control early and cruised, 8-0, at Woodbury.

Kim Flacco accounted for all of Haddon Township’s scoring with two goals and an assist in a 3-0 win over visiting Sterling.

Elizabeth Rexon and Lissy Rosen combined for five goals and two assists in powering eighth-ranked Haddonfield past visiting Lindenwold, 7-0.

Olympic. Elise DiDonato opened the scoring midway through the first half and set up Sam Lizecchi’s insurance goal with 10 minutes to go, allowing fourth-ranked Bishop Eustace to edge visiting Cherokee, 2-0.

Top-ranked Eastern routed visiting Cherry Hill West, 10-0, with Kelsey Mitchell’s two goals and one assist pacing a balanced attack.

Dailyn Brook converted a penalty stroke and Katrina Hauck added a second-half goal as host Cherry Hill East downed Winslow Township, 2-0, for its first win of the season.

Makaya Holt scored off a feed from Devin Ryan in the first half and Sara Winters went on to post 13 saves, lifting host Triton over Timber Creek, 1-0.

Cape-Atlantic. Kerri Badessa scored twice in the second half and Megan DeMarco’s second hat trick of the season boosted her goal total to 13, sending host St. Joseph past winless Bridgeton, 5-0.

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