Fri. S.J. boys' and girls' roundup: Palmyra prevails on Margolles goal

Posted: October 20, 2012

Ricardo Margolles scored on a penalty kick with two minutes remaining to lift Palmyra over Westampton Tech, 1-0, in a Burlington County League Freedom Division boys' soccer game Friday.

The penalty resulted from a Westampton Tech defender tripping a Palmyra player in the box.

Goalkeeper James Brett had four saves for the Panthers. George Parrish stopped six shots for Westampton Tech.

Colonial Conference. Drew DiPrinzio scored as Audubon defeated Gateway, 1-0.

DiPrinzio scored on a header in the 35th minute of the first half off a corner kick from Luis Giron.

Sophomore Wayne Test recorded five saves for the shutout in his second appearance of the season.

Tri-County Royal. Tom Schmiegel scored two goals, and Kingsway shut down Highland, 5-0. Benny Gialloreto added a goal and an assist. Jimmy Amorebella stopped two shots to notch the shutout.

Nonleague. Dan Walsh converted a penalty kick six minutes into the second half as Seneca edged Cherry Hill West, 1-0. Teammate Gabe Watkins was taken down in the box to draw the penalty. Sean Mullarkey stopped all five shots he saw for Seneca. Ryan Oyola made seven saves for Cherry Hill West.

In other nonleague action:

Winslow Township's Brian Keller scored twice to lead the Eagles past Bishop Eustace, 5-1. Winslow Township recorded 22 shots on goal. Vince Maiorino stopped one shot for the shutout. Pat Biche, Alex Palmeri, and Andrea Papadourakis also scored for the Eagles.

Colin Gregory and Kyle Price stopped one shot each as Moorestown Friends defeated Camden Catholic, 3-1. Matt Mullock started the scoring in the 16th minute on a scramble in front of the net. Pierce Williams made it 2-0 in the 35th minute on a one-timer, and Ethan Carilli rounded out the scoring in the 74th minute with a goal from 25 yards, his 13th goal of the season.

Myles Stokes scored twice to lead Northern Burlington past Willingboro, 5-0. Goalkeeper Kyle Quigley stopped all five shots he faced. Tyler Breuer, Brian Ford, and Joe Montesdeoca also scored for the Greyhounds.

Girls' Soccer

Glade Nugent stopped five shots as Shawnee defeated Cherry Hill East, 2-1, in a South Jersey Coaches Tournament quarterfinal. Shannon Nugent and Taylor Ryan scored for the Renegades. Nugent also added an assist. Nicki Zaso stopped five shots for Cherry Hill East.

In another Coaches Tournament matchup, Sarah Jackson scored in the second half as Cherokee downed Williamstown, 1-0.

Courtney Simpson notched the shutout. Taylor Bynoe stopped six shots for Williamstown.

Colonial Conference. Chelsea Thomas scored twice as Haddon Heights shut out Lindenwold, 6-0. Julianna Givens, Natalie Johnson, Mariel Migliaccio, and Erin Peters also scored for the Garnets.

Burlington County League. Westampton Tech rode two second-half goals to a 2-1 victory over Riverside. Izaryha Diggs and D'Zhanae Roman scored for the Panthers. Marie Goodman stopped 18 shots for Westampton Tech. Ashley Silva scored for Riverside.

In another Burlington County League match, Alexis McTamney notched a hat trick for Bordentown in a 5-0 defeat of Pemberton. Rebecca Ashmore and Samantha Pagani tallied the other two goals.

Field Hockey

Tori Owens scored four times for Sterling in an 8-2 victory over Lindenwold in a Colonial Conference match.

Alex Swallow added a pair of goals for Sterling. Ellis Asadi-Wright and Kylee Cintron scored for the Lions.

Cape-Atlantic National. Emily DeMarco registered a hat trick as St. Joseph downed Holy Spirit, 5-1.

DeMarco, who also assisted on the other two goals, leads the Cape-Atlantic League with 28 goals.

Molly Mullee and Carlina Sacco added goals for the Wildcats.

Becky Boffo made four saves for St. Joseph.

Nonleague. Alexis Brown scored twice to lead Delsea over Deptford, 3-0. Kelsey DiBenedetto faced just one shot in the shutout. Emily Mancini tallied the third goal for the Crusaders. Brooke Blair stopped 10 shots for Deptford.

Kailey Stangle scored twice in the second half to give Mainland a victory over Pinelands, 4-1. Amanda Ryan made three saves to secure the win. Arley Dannehower and Miranda Lamey notched the other goals for Mainland.

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