Thurs. S.J. girls' roundup: Fiore fuels Paul VI victory

Posted: September 21, 2012

Catherine Fiore's breakaway goal in the first half proved to be enough for Paul VI as it held off host Cherry Hill West, 1-0, Thursday in an Olympic Conference girls' soccer match.

Fiore scored in the 20th minute, and Kristen McShane needed just two saves for the shutout. Christiana Ogunsami recorded six saves for West.

Cape-Atlantic. Juliann Brand and Laina Matus provided the scoring as visiting Egg Harbor Township blanked Absegami, 2-0.

Carly Friedman turned away 11 shots, including a penalty shot, to post the shutout. Hanna Richman and Courtney Davis chipped in with assists.

Burlington County. Alexis McTamney's scoring output helped trigger Bordentown's easy 4-0 win at Maple Shade. The senior scored three times, and Cori Astore added another goal. Ally Potts posted four saves for her second straight shutout.

New Egypt benefited from a first-half own goal to knock off host Burlington City, 4-0. Amber Speen posted the shutout with six saves.

Michaela Schenker led the offense with a goal and one assist. Nicole Miller and Jackie Beckett added goals.

Sarah Rellstab posted the win in net and also scored on a penalty kick as Pemberton cruised past visiting Willingboro, 5-1.

Freshman Lily Garrett scored her first varsity goal to help Palmyra down Trenton Catholic, 3-0.

Rebecca Hill and Lauren Smith aided the win with one goal each. Sarah Bearnit needed nine saves for her second straight shutout.

Field Hockey

Skyler Pino scored three times in the second half to lead Gloucester past visiting Delsea, 4-0. Abbey Meyer opened the scoring with a goal in the first half and later assisted on Pino's first goal.

Domenica Dowling scored three times to lift Triton over visiting Highland, 8-0.

Nicole Hinkle's four goals and Jena Buoncuore's two helped Pennsville blank Penns Grove, 9-0.

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

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