Haddonfield girls’ soccer coach Glenn Gess celebrated his 200th career victory yesterday, when the ninth-ranked Bulldogs shut down visiting Gateway, 3-0, in a Colonial Conference match.
Gess is in his 6th season with the Bulldogs after eight years at Haddon Township.
Emily Grabiak scored twice and Tina Davis made four saves for Haddonfield, which improved to 11-1-1 overall and 9-0-1 in conference play.
Palmyra participated in its fifth overtime contest of the season, with Amanda Bailey and Christina Klave supplying the scoring and Aubrey Babb making a dozen saves as the host Panthers (1-6-3) played Florence to a 2-2 draw. Amanda Lutz had both goals for the Flashes, including the tying score on a breakaway midway through the second half.
Gabrielle Adams took over in the net at halftime for Wildwood Catholic and, despite surrendering three goals, turned in 32 saves in an 8-0 loss to Egg Harbor Township.
Host Glassboro enjoyed a 38-7 advantage in shots on goal, but had to overcome a 19-save performance by Salem keeper Cory Mullica to come away with a 3-1 win.