South Jersey Roundup: CJ Gee nets pivotal goal in Cinnaminson's win over Pennsauken

West Deptford player Miranda Mason, left.

 

CJ Gee broke free on a counter attack and scored the only goal of the match Wednesday to give the Cinnaminson boys’ soccer team a 1-0 victory over Burlington County League foe Pennsauken.

David Raymond appeared to have tied the game in the second half for Pennsauken. The goal was disallowed after the referees deemed Cinnaminson goalkeeper Colin Peters had possession of the ball.

Daylan Garlic Jackson scored a hat trick to lift Medford Tech past host Burlington City, 6-3, in Burlington County League action. Mark Goddard, Christian Pilawski and Jeff Swezey-Tramutola also scored for Medford Tech. Goalkeeper Owen Dobbins made eight saves in the win.

Glassboro got two goals in the second half to earn a 3-2 win against visiting Triton. Luke Archibald, Aaron Harrison, and Sinan Tuzcu each scored for the home squad.

Matt Brown grabbed two goals and David Gardner chipped in one to lift visiting Middle Township past Lower Cape May, 3-1, in Cape-Atlantic League action.

Field Hockey

Giovanna Laganella notched a pair of goals for Pitman as the Panthers topped Pennsville, 4-3, on the road. Hannah Cioffi and Liv Dougherty also scored for Pitman in the comeback win. Haley Wallace tallied two goals and Paige Dorsey added one for Pennsville.

Northern Burlington got a goal each from Megan Berg, Jamie Specca, and Julia Veneziale to defeat visiting Pennsauken, 3-1. Juliana Fernandez had the lone strike for the visitors.

Halle Dreger scored twice and Antonia Gismondi, Camryn Ley, and Miranda Mason added a goal apiece as host West Deptford defeated Overbrook, 5-0.

Williamstown got two goals from Jordyn Heckler and one from Alexa Thomas to defeat host Cumberland, 3-0, in Tri-County Conference play.

Gracyn Banks and Vanessa DiDonato scored a goal each to help visiting Burlington Township past Moorestown Friends, 2-0.

Girls’ Soccer

Julia Michael tallied a pair of goals for Clearview and the Pioneers got a goal each from Jackie Norris, Mackenzie Clement and Kayla Grossman in a 5-2 win against visiting Highland.

Megan Schweiker scored a hat trick and Kieran Lees added a goal to lift Moorestown Friends past host Florence, 4-0.

Brianna Baer and Erica Cavalier each scored two goals as Burlington City defeated Medford Tech, 4-0, in Burlington County League play.

Madison Hartman had a goal and two assists in Palmyra’s 5-1 win against Maple Shade. Julia Carducci scored twice for the host while both Madison Conroy and Lily Beck chipped in a goal.

New Egypt got a pair of strikes from Seleste Leal and a goal apiece from Celia Medina and Madeleine Sonday in a 4-2 win against host Pemberton. Maria Inge and Ryleigh Lewis both scored in the first half for Pemberton.

NJSIAA names new director

Larry White of West Deptford was appointed as the eighth director of the NJSIAA, which is the governing body of high school sports in New Jersey. White will take the position on Jan. 1, 2018 and becomes the first African American executive director.

White previously oversaw compliance for all eligibility and transfer rules, managed all Controversies Committee cases, and supervised the officials associations. He replaces Steve Timko, who has been executive director since 2006.