The St. Augustine Prep soccer team upset Delran, No. 3 in The Press Elite 11, in a 4-0 nonleague win Saturday morning.

The Hermits jumped to a 3-0 lead at halftime. In his third game back from an ACL injury, Mick Smyth scored a goal and had an assist.

Eric Hurff and Sean Lynch scored in the first half. Andrew Catalana scored his first varsity goal in the second half. Nico Dasolis and Alex Clark each had an assist.

Jay Higbee made 11 saves for the shutout.

Delran 0 0—0

St. Augustine Prep 3 1—4

Goals—Smyth, Hurff, Lynch, Catalana SA.

Goalies—name unavailable (6) D; Higbee (11) SA.

Records—Delran 10-3; St. Augustine 7-5-1.

Shore Conference

Barnegat 1, Monmouth Regional 0

Barnegat scored the game’s only goal when a Monmouth defender knocked the ball into his team’s net. Further details were unavailable.

Records—Barnegat 4-10-1; Monmouth 4-13.

Tri-State Christian Athletic Conference

Atlantic Christian 9, Cumberland Christian 0

Jon Picking netted four goals for Atlantic Christian. Ben Chapman played the first half of the game in goal, then scored two goals in the second half.

Cumberland Christian 0 0—0

Atlantic Christian 4 5—9

Goals—Picking (4), Stoimenov (2), Chapman (2), Boggs AC.

Goalies—Giavinazzi (9) CC; Chapman (0), Karabashian (2) AC.

Records—Cumberland 1-10; Atlantic Christian 10-0-1.

Field hockey

No. 4 Ocean City 2, Haddonfield 0

The Ocean City High School field hockey team, No. 4 in the Elite 11, remained unbeaten with a win over host Haddonfield in a nonleague game.

Leah Davies scored both goals for the Red Raiders. Katie Johnson made five saves for the shutout.

Haddonfield’s Kelsey Welsh stopped 18 shots.

Ocean City 1 1—2

Haddonfield 0 0—0

Goals—Davies (2) OC.

Goalies—Johnson (5) OC; Welsh (18) H.

Records—O.C. 13-0; Haddonfield 5-8.

No. 9 St. Joseph 2, Mainland Regional 0

Emily DeMarco had a goal and an assist for the ninth-ranked Wildcats.

She leads the team with 20 goals and 19 assists this season.

Ryan Quicksill also scored for St. Joseph. Becky Boffo earned the shutout with five saves.

Mainland Regional’s Amanda Ryan made eight saves.

Mainland Regional 0 0—0

St. Joseph 0 2—2

Goals—DeMarco, Quicksill SJ.

Goalies—Ryan (8) MR; Boffo (5) SJ.

Records—Mainland 6-7-1; St. Joseph 14-0.

Shore Conference

Toms River South 6, Pinelands Regional 0

Toms River South’s Victoria Alvarez had three goals and an assist in a Shore Conference Tournament preliminary-round game.

For Pinelands Regional, Lyndsay McClellan made six saves.

Pinelands Regional 0 0—0

Toms River South 2 4—6

Goals—Alvarez (3), Applegate (2), Keefer TRS.

Goalies—McClellan (6) PR; Kupecz (2), Lee (3) TRS.

Records—Pinelands 4-6-1; Toms River South 12-3.

Long Branch 5, Lacey Township 0

Kim Davis scored three goals for Long Branch in a Shore Conference Tournament preliminary-round game.

Lacey Township 0 0—0

Long Branch 2 3—5

Goals—Davis (3), Liss (2) LB.

Goalies—Frazao (7) LT.

Records—Lacey 9-6-1; Long Branch 10-5-1.

Girls soccer

Barnegat 1, Monmouth Regional 1, OT

Samantha DeCapua scored for Barnegat with an assist from Stephanie Cotton.

Nicole Handa scored for Monmouth.

Both goals were scored in the second half before the teams played two scoreless overtime periods.

Barnegat 0 1 0 0—1

Monmouth Regional 0 1 0 0—1

Goals—DeCapua B; Handa MR.

Goalies—Kostka (8) B; Wolff (10) M.

Records—Barnegat 9-4-2; Monmouth 4-11-2.

Jackson Memorial 5, Lacey Township 2

Lacey Township junior Lexi Dellapietro, a University of Maryland commit, scored two goals.

Jackson Memorial 3 2—5

Lacey Township 1 1—2

Goals—Robinson (4), Mastrokalos JM; Dellapietro (2) LT.

Goalies—Lavan (3), Jamison (3) JM; Wright (7), Harland (8) LT.

Record—Lacey 3-12.

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