S. Jersey Girls: Tues. S.J. girls: Audubon survives

Posted: November 07, 2013

Whether she knew it or not, Audubon's Annie Bussarello was right where she needed to be Tuesday.

Bussarello came off the bench in overtime, and while she was running onto the field, the ball deflected off her stick to Ali Guldin at the top of the circle, and Guldin fired home the winning goal.

Bussarello's deflection and Guldin's score gave Audubon a 2-1 overtime win against visiting Maple Shade in the Central Jersey Group 1 field hockey quarterfinals.

Audubon, the third seed, tied the game with seven minutes left in regulation on Kaci Draves' goal.

Sixth-seeded Maple Shade held the lead for only three minutes after Taylor Reader scored.

In other Central Jersey Group 1 quarterfinals:

Mackenzie Cooper set up Amber Gundle for the only goal for fourth-seeded Gloucester in a 1-0 win over visiting Haddon Township, the fifth seed.

Top-seeded Collingswood steamrolled Riverside, 9-1, at home behind two goals each from Krista Lamaina, Shauna Lamaina, and Renee Valianti.

South Jersey Group 1 quarterfinals. Kelli Moore scored a goal and added an assist to lead fourth-seeded Clayton to a 3-1 win over visiting Gateway, the fifth seed.

Hannah Cressman, Nicole Lindner, and Melanie Mack scored in the second half as top-seeded Pitman ran away with a 4-1 home win against Schalick, the eighth seed.

Tiasia Tatem made four saves to earn the shutout and a 3-0 home win for Salem, the third seed, against sixth-seeded Pennsville.

North Jersey 2 Group 1 quarterfinals. Suzy Mansour turned aside 19 shots and Jess Carey scored as second-seeded Bordentown earned a 1-0 home win against Glen Ridge, the seventh seed.

Johanna Poedubicky made 16 saves, but eighth-seeded New Egypt lost at Shore Regional, the top seed, 6-1.



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