Monday's S.J. roundup: Chris Rubena's hat trick leads Gateway to victory

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Chris Rubena’s hat trick helped Gateway boys’ soccer beat Woodbury, 4-1, on Monday.

Chris Rubena’s hat trick helped the Gateway boys’ soccer team defeat Woodbury, 4-1, on Monday. Charles McCormick scored the other goal for the Gators.

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Reily Dougherty, Jackson Green, Andrew Hough and Brendan Mulligan each scored one goal in Haddon Township’s 4-0 victory over Lindenwold.

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Audubon won its first game of the season in a 2-0 shutout of Florence. Austin Carbone and Andrew Gifford each scored goals for the Green Wave, while Dylan Trow recorded both assists.

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Pennsauken had the lead at halftime, but the Indians couldn’t keep up as they lost, 5-1, to Bordentown. Edwin Cruz scored Pennsauken’s lone goal.

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Buena erupted for six goals in the second-half to edge out Cape May Tech, 7-2. Lucas Souder had a hat-trick, J.J. Ellis knocked in two goals and Anthony Delgado and Charlie Samglimbeni each scored one goal. Jake Guglielmi had seven saves and one assist in the victory.

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Gabe Paz’s two goals helped Oakcrest beat Arthur P. Schalick, 4-0. Asembo Augo and Wiley Markley each chipped in a score.

Girls’ soccer

Shawnae Keith’s hat-trick led Overbrook to a 4-0 victory over Paulsboro. Alicia Murray scored the other goal for the Rams.

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Bridget Gilliano’s four saves helped Buena shutout Cape May Tech, 6-0. Sophia Ridolfo led the Chiefs in scoring with a hat-trick, and Evelyn Cruz, Olivia Dortu and Maria Muzzarelli each scored one goal.

Field hockey

Olivia Greer, Alyssa Maggs, Olivia McElroy, Brielle Oden and Brianna Snowden each chipped in one goal as Rancocas Valley beat Delran, 5-0.

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Glassboro pulled away in the second-half in a 3-1 victory against Overbrook. McKenna Fox had a game-high two goals, while Kate Appleby-Winberg scored one.

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Makayla Hueber had three saves as Lower Cape May shutout Millville, 2-0. Anna Franklin and Maya Critchfield each scored goals.

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Gloucester rolled past Salem, 6-0, thanks to goals from Chloe Bennett, Nadia Deetz, Emilee Hilman and Rebecca Wenner.

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Burlington City lost, 2-1, in overtime to Bordentown. Raniya Burton Moore scored the Blue Devils’ lone goal.

Football

Lower Cape May’s football team steamrolled past Riverside, 54-38, on Monday. The game got postponed midway through the second quarter on Friday because of lightning.

When play resumed with Lower Cape May holding a 14-8 lead over Riverside, the Tigers kept their foot on the pedal and ripped off four of the game’s next five touchdowns.

Darion Lamar scored three touchdowns for Lower Cape May on Monday, including one scamper that went for 80-yards. Connor Eckel tossed two touchdowns and rushed for another in the win.