Sophomore goalie Kelsea Kenniff made five saves to help the Cougars advance to play at Toms River South on Tuesday.
South Jersey Group 4. Jessie Hughes, Annette Palladino, and Frankie Savge each scored twice as Washington Township raced past visiting Vineland, 9-0, in a first-round match.
Friends Schools League semifinals. Moorestown Friends lost at Westtown, 5-0. Kariff Jackson scored in each half and helped with an assist.
Burlington County. Nicole DiMiero's two goals paced Riverside in a 3-0 home victory over Burlington City.
Colonial. Ali LaMaina scored twice and assisted on another goal to lead host Haddonfield to an 8-0 triumph over Collingswood. Morgan Sehdev also notched two goals.
Nonleague. Two goals by Serena Pearson led host Overbrook to a 3-1 triumph over Penns Grove. The win was the first this season for the Rams.
Goals from Clare MacAdam and Erica Wallace in the final two minutes gave Holy Cross an improbable 4-3 win at Bordentown in a Burlington County League game and clinched its first Patriot Division title in two years.
With the Lancers unable to stop Alexis McTammey, who recorded a hat trick for Bordentown, and trailing by 3-2, their division title hopes seemed bleak.
MacAdam evened the game late on a strike from 25 yards that was misplayed by the goalkeeper. MacAdam had assisted on the Lancers' second goal.
With 35 seconds left, Wallace beat a defender in the penalty area and drilled the ball to the left corner of the net from 6 yards for the winner.
Holy Cross coach Tom Guida was proud of his team's effort: "To come back to tie it, and to win with so little time left . . . they were not to be denied today."
Elsewhere in the league:
Palmyra edged visiting Medford Tech, 5-3, in a game highlighted by an offensive rush in the second half.
With their team up by 1-0 at the break, Palmyra seniors Rebecca Hill and Paige Haggerty each had a goal and an assist in the second frame to outlast the Jaguars. Sophomore Rachel VanArtsdalen added a goal and two assists.
Kayla Bancroft scored a goal and had an assist in host New Egypt's 3-0 win over Willingboro.
Moorestown goalkeeper Carly Blessing made nine saves as the Quakers blanked host Cinnaminson, 4-0.
Olympic. A first-half strike by Cherry Hill East's McKenzie Miller proved the game-winner as the Cougars won, 1-0, over visiting Cherry Hill West. Nicki Zaso made six saves to record the shutout.
Nonleague. Candace Daywalt, Tori Shinkowitz, and Taylor Straub found the net as host Sterling blanked Collingswood, 3-0.
Tina Adornetto scored twice to lead Rancocas Valley over visiting Pennsauken, 6-0. Gina Tricocci added a goal and two assists for the Red Devils.
Seven girls registered a goal as Glassboro trounced Millville, 7-0, at home.
Cherokee clinched the Olympic Conference American Division with a 4-1 win at Lenape.
Lauren Tracey won in first singles, 6-2, 6-0, to lead the Chiefs.
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