Wednesday, October 22, 2014
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Seneca netminder Sam Ginsberg made a dozen saves in recording her first shutout of the season, and the host Golden Eagles (1-6-1) turned in their best effort of the season in playing fourth-ranked Bishop Eustace to a scoreless draw.
Megan Comunale had nine stops in posting the seventh shutout by the Crusaders (8-0-3).


In other Olympic matches:
Jaclyn Beasley and Mariel Papa each had a hat trick and Kelsey Mitchell contributed two goals and three assists, fueling top-ranked Eastern’s fifth 10-0 win of the season — and second over visiting Cherokee.


Lindsay Hatch and Lisa Patrone had two goals apiece, Erin Hills chipped in a pair of assists and second-ranked Washington Township shook off a scorless first half to defeat host Lenape, 5-0.

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Two goals by Nicole Troost highlighted third-ranked Shawnee’s 4-1 victory at Cherry Hill East.


Colonial

 Caitlin Hawco deposited a pass from Samantha Gregg into the goal with a little over 5 minutes left in regulation, giving seventh-ranked Collingswood a crucial 1-0 win at Haddonfield.


Lauren Boegly picked up two goals as eighth-ranked West Deptford kept the heat on Overbrook netminder Courtney Luongo (25 saves) en route to a 3-0 victory.


Friends Schools

 Every starting forward scored for Moorestown Friends, led by Heather Moore’s two goals, in a 5-0 rout of visiting Friends Select.

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