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Timber Creek shocks Cumberland in girls' soccer

The NJSIAA South Jersey Group 3 girls’ soccer tournament opened with a bang Monday, as No. 15 seed Timber Creek upset second-seeded Cumberland, 1-0. Amanda Magana knocked home a pass from Olivia McEachern midway through the second half, and Kate DeCaro stopped nine shots to preserve the win for the Chargers (6-12). Jessica Bramante made four saves for the Colts (12-5-2), who failed to score for just the fourth time this season. Timber Creek’s next challenge will come Thursday at seventh-seeded Highland, which advanced with a 4-0 conquest of No. 10 seed Lower Cape May. The Tartans (13-7), who broke the game open in the second half, saw Nicole Bryan, Melissa Blevins, and Michelle Barbone combine for four goals and four assists.

Timber Creek shocks Cumberland in girls' soccer

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The NJSIAA South Jersey Group 3 girls’ soccer tournament opened with a bang Monday, as No. 15 seed Timber Creek upset second-seeded Cumberland, 1-0.

Amanda Magana knocked home a pass from Olivia McEachern midway through the second half, and Kate DeCaro stopped nine shots to preserve the win for the Chargers (6-12).

Jessica Bramante made four saves for the Colts (12-5-2), who failed to score for just the fourth time this season.

Timber Creek’s next challenge will come Thursday at seventh-seeded Highland, which advanced with a 4-0 conquest of No. 10 seed Lower Cape May.

The Tartans (13-7), who broke the game open in the second half, saw Nicole Bryan, Melissa Blevins, and Michelle Barbone combine for four goals and four assists.

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