Thurs. S.J. girls' roundup: Holy Cross coach gets 100th win

Posted: October 19, 2012

Holy Cross girls' soccer coach Sergio Torres had a picture-perfect Thursday, earning his 100th win with the Lancers' 4-0 victory over visiting New Egypt in a Burlington County League match.

"It means a lot," Torres said. "To work day in and day out with a group of young ladies that sacrifice a lot, it really is special."

Clare McAdam scored two second-half goals to lead Holy Cross.

The Holy Cross players made a poster for Torres, featuring post-it stars with the results from each of his wins.

"I've had some special players that have really worked hard to get those victories," Torres said. "They're really not just my victories. I share them with all my players who have sacrificed a lot to accomplish every single win."

In seven years at Holy Cross, Torres has four Burlington County Patriot titles and is 100-29-8.

In other Burlington County League play, Moorestown stormed back with three second-half goals to beat visiting Burlington Township, 3-1.

Olympic. Sam Budd scored twice in the first half to lead host West Deptford to a 2-1 victory against Haddon Township.

Colonial. Maddie Hogan's hat trick highlighted host Gloucester Catholic's 4-2 win over Triton.

Chelsea Fadio scored a pair of goals, and Audubon beat visiting Collingswood, 2-0.

Geena DiRugeris and Desiree Haban picked up goals, and Woodbury shut out host Overbrook, 2-0.

Haddonfield scored five times in the first half and earned a shutout at Paulsboro, 7-0.

Cape-Atlantic. Laina Matus scored two goals, and Egg Harbor Township blanked visiting Middle Township, 3-0.

Tri-County. Courtney Miller made 31 saves for Schalick, which squeezed past host Pennsville, 2-1.

Nonleague. Kaitlyn Hunt scored twice in nine minutes to lead Delran to victory at Pennsauken, 4-0.

Field Hockey

Gloucester clinched the Tri-County Conference Classic Division title with a 3-1 win at Salem.

Skyler Pino scored two goals and assisted on Amanda Boulden's score.

Tri-County Royal. Vicuie Nichols scored both of Cumberland's goals, and the Colts beat visiting Williamstown, 2-1.

In other Tri-County Royal action, Jackalyn Pauling notched a hat trick and Holly Tevis scored twice for host Clearview, which blew out Delsea, 8-0.

Burlington County Freedom. Riverside scored four times in the first half and cruised to a 4-0 shutout at Medford Tech.

Kenzee Hudson, Sami Jalkowski, Haylee Loveland, and Ashley Silva scored for the Rams.

Nonleague. Caitlyn Cristella scored with 3 minutes, 12 seconds left in regulation for visiting Delran to force a 1-1 tie with Hightstown. Kelly Mankowich put Hightstown on the board first in the second half.

Jess Harrel and Laura Olbrith each scored twice in Schalick's 4-0 shutout at GCIT.

Danni Hall's hat trick was the difference in Kingsway's 3-0 shutout against visiting Glassboro.

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