Thurs. S.J. girls' roundup: Audubon gets by Haddonfield

Posted: September 14, 2012

Suzie Clark scored five minutes into overtime Thursday to lift Audubon over visiting Haddonfield, 3-2, in a Colonial Conference field hockey game.

Audubon scored once in each half to keep pace with Haddonfield before Clark's goal winner in the extra frame. Kristie Rotan and Julie Johnson added goals for the Green Wave.

Tenaya Clark and Natalie Motolese scored for Haddonfield.

In other Colonial Conference action, Shyneice Vessels recorded a goal and an assist to lead Paulsboro past host Overbrook, 3-0.

Raven Robinson needed just three saves to post the shutout. Nancia Holmes scored twice.

For Overbrook, Krystie Acevedo recorded five saves.

Nonleague. Destini Parker had one assist and Delsea used two different goal scorers in slipping past host Absegami, 2-0.

Angie DelPalazzo and Emily Mancini scored for the Crusaders as the team recorded 24 shots.

Soccer

Lauren McHugh scored in the second half to lift Cinnaminson over visiting Moorestown Friends, 2-1, in a nonleague game.

Janae Dockins scored in the first half, and the Pirates recorded 14 shots. Miranda Remmington scored for Moorestown Friends.

In other nonleague action, Katie Sayer and Rachel Millar each recorded a pair of assists to lead Pitman past visiting Camden County Tech, 6-0.

Sayer and Millar were among six Pitman goal scorers.

Cross Country

Doane Academy's Nyesha White prevailed by a close margin to capture first place at the Penn-Jersey Invitational at Life Center.

She finished the 3.1-mile course in 23 minutes, 41 seconds, edging out Villa Victoria's Katie Hager by eight seconds.

Charlotte Wood of Doane pulled into third place with a time of 26:52.

Tennis

Audubon started out with a quick advantage en route to dropping visiting Paulsboro, 4-1, in a Colonial Conference match.

Emily Lutz topped Mariah Malara at first singles, 6-0, 6-0, for the Green Wave.

Nonleague. Emily Ostrander's commanding win at first singles set the tone for Winslow Township as the host Eagles rolled past Woodrow Wilson, 5-0. Ostrander won by 6-0, 6-0 over Woodrow Wilson's Christele Tion.

Erin Chen, Lauren Carney, and Katie Teitelbaum recorded straight-set singles victories to send Moorestown Friends to a 5-0 victory over Cherry Hill West.


Contact staff writer Matt Breen at mbreen@phillynews.com or @matt_breen on Twitter.

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