S. Jersey Girls: Cherry Hill East breaks through against Shawnee in girls' soccer

Cherry Hill East became just the third girls' soccer team to score more than one goal in a game against Shawnee this fall, and the offensive outburst gave the visiting Cougars a 3-1 Olympic Conference upset on Monday.

Caitlin Delaney, Tori Hansen and Rachel Sindoni registered the goals for East (5-9), which got solid goaltending from Lauren Minkoff with seven saves and avenged an earlier 2-1 loss to Shawnee.

Shannon Nugent scored for the Renegades (13-5), ranked No. 2 in South Jersey by The Inquirer.

Also in the Olympic, Cherry Hill West blanked visiting Camden Catholic, 4-0, as Lions goalies Jess Tadley and Christiana Ogunsami made three saves each, and Lauren Anderson and Meghan Dumser each had a goal and an assist.

Cherokee built a 3-0 lead through 65 minutes with goals by Sarah Jackson, Kasey Maguire and Hayley McCarthy, then held on to defeat host Winslow Township, 3-2.

Tri-County. Maxie New assisted Kelsey Green's goal off a corner kick with 6 minutes, 52 seconds left for the only goal Clayton needed to upend host Schalick, 1-0, and clinch the Classic Division championship. Clippers goalie Danni Cowsill made five saves.

Nonleague. Lauren Lowe chipped a ball over the goalie's head into the upper right corner of the net with 13:50 left in the first half as Moorestown Friends edged visiting Sterling, 1-0. Brianna Horwarth assisted on the goal, and goalie Liz Boccolini made seven saves in her seventh shutout.


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Woodstown earned a share of the Tri-County Conference Diamond Division championship with Glassboro by finishing its division schedule with a 3-0 shutout at Gloucester Catholic.

Jessica Filippoli scored the Wolverines' first goal, and Jordan Kugler added the last two. Ivy Koberlein made three saves for the shutout.

Also in the Tri-County, Delsea's 10th win was a 4-0 verdict over visiting Glassboro in which Rachel Crescitelli scored three goals, Jessie Coffin had three assists, and goalie Kelsey DiBenedetto made five saves.

Gloucester finished a perfect (10-0) Classic Division schedule with a 3-2 thriller at Salem. Emily Bucher pushed in the deciding goal unassisted with 2:52 remaining after teammate Angela Harris had tied the score a minute earlier.

Burlington County. Jaime Dell-Priscoli snapped a 62-minute scoreless tie by scoring in the second minute of overtime, ending Cinnaminson's 1-0 win over visiting Florence.

Moorestown got first-half goals from Anne Keim and Kelsey Kraemer, then held on for a 2-1 win at Holy Cross. Quakers goalie Rebecca Schultz made 10 saves.

Olympic. Colleen McDowell's second goal of the game was scored with 7:43 left, boosting Seneca past host Cherry Hill East, 3-2.

Nicole Troost's two goals were sandwiched around one by Amily Arnot sending Shawnee to a 3-0 win at Timber Creek.

Cherokee (8-8) reached the .500 mark with a 5-0 win at Winslow Township, punctuated by two goals each from Melissa Arthur and Carolyn Carlantonio.

Colonial. Kim Flacco scored a goal in each half, including the game-winner with 8:12 remaining, and Haddon Township tripped visiting Haddon Heights, 3-2.

Paulsboro's first win of the season was a 2-0 triumph against visiting Overbrook, fueled by goals from Jessica Kenny and Natalie Morina, and 10 saves from goalie Lavon Childress.


Contact Doug Hadden at rallysports@phillynews.com.