Wendy DeLouise scored her second goal of the game in overtime for a 2-1 victory as Vineland handed Our Lady of Mercy Academy its first loss of the season.

DeLouise headed in a ball off a corner kick by Payton Lagerholm.

DeLouise and Lagerholm connected for Vineland's first goal of the game, too. Shelby Money made nine saves for the Fighting Clan, who improved to 8-6.

Vashti Williams scored for OLMA, ranked No. 11 in the Press Elite 11. Devon Donaghy made four saves for the Villagers (16-1).

Our Lady of Mercy Academy 1 0 0-1

Vineland 0 1 1-2

Goals-Williams OLMA; DeLouise (2) V.

Goalies-Donaghy (4) OLMA: Money (9) V.

Records-OLMA 16-1, Vineland 8-6.

Absegami 2, Millville 1, 2OT

Ashton Wagner and Jenna Seddon scored as Absegami won in double overtime. Hayley Grimm made eight saves for the Braves as they extended their win streak to eight games.

Brooke Muhlbaier scored for Millville and Paige Mason made eight saves.

Millville 1 0 0 0-0

Absegami 1 0 0 1-0

Goals-Muhlbaier M; Wagner, Seddon A.

Goalies-Mason (8) M; Grimm (8) A.

Records-Absegami 9-4-1.

Cedar Creek 3, St. Joseph 2, OT

Casey Hendricks scored twice for Cedar Creek, including the game-winner in overtime. Amy Miskovsky also scored for the Pirates.

Shannon Nilson and Kelly Gibison scored for St. Joseph and Taylor Jacoby made 18 saves.

Cedar Creek 1 1 1-3

St. Joseph 1 1 0-2

Goals- Hendricks (2), Miskovsky CC; Nilson, Gibison SJ.

Goalies-Langel (13) CC; Jacoby (18) SJ.

Records- S.J. 10-6.

Atlantic County Institute of Technology 2, Cape May Tech 1, OT

Sabrina Quarton and Quinn Crescenzo scored for Atlantic County Institute of Technology. Kiara Estrada made nine saves for the Red Hawks.

Danielle Pennington scored for Cape May Tech.

Cape May Tech 1 0 0-1

Atlantic County Institute of Technology 0 1 1-1

Goals-Pennington CMT;Quarton, Crescenzo ACIT.

Goalies-n/a (4) CMT; Estrada (9) ACIT.

Records-CMT2-12, ACIT5-10-1.

Egg Harbor Township 3, Middle Township 0

Laina Matus scored two goals to lead the Eagles to a win over the Panthers. Goalie Antonia Maffia had eight saves for the shutout.

Middle Township goalie Olivia Salvo had 16 saves.

Middle Township 0 0-0

Egg Harbor Township 1 2-3

Goals-Matus (2), Collins.

Goalies-Maffia (8) EHT. Salvo (16) MT.

Records-Middle 9-4-1, EHT 6-6-1.

Lower Cape May Regional 4, Ocean City 0

Lower Cape May Regional sophomore Madie Gibson scored twice, giving her 50 goals for her career.

The Caper Tigers also improved to 14-2 reaching the most wins in school history. Lower set the old record at 13 last season.

Amanda Durbin and Gabriella McKeown also scored and Lizzy Sulecki made 13 saves for the shutout.

For Ocean City, Marissa mcCardell made three saves.

Ocean City 0 0-0

Lower Cape May Regional 2 2-4

Goals-Durbin, McKeown, Gibson (2) MT.

Goalies- McCardell (3) OC; Sulecki (13).

Records-Lower 14-2.

Tri-County Conference

Penns Grove 4, Wildwood 3

Chelsea Mole, Jillian Freeman and Serena Seijo scored for Wildwood. Danielle Aydelotte made nine saves for the Warriors, while Megan Irwin and Xochtil de la Cruz each tallied an assist.

Wildwood 3 0-3

Penns Grove 2 2-4

Goals-Mole, Freeman, Seijo W; Mason, Smith (3) PG.

Goalies-Aydelotte (9) W; Layton (8), Perez (1) PG.

Records-Wildwood 4-9-1, Penns Grove 7-6.

Tri-State Christian

Pilgrim Academy 1, Gloucester County Christian 0

Liz Shendock scored in the second half to give Pilgrim Academy the win. Maggie Kling made five saves for the shutout.

Gloucester Christian 0 0-0

Pilgrim Academy 0 1-1

Goals-Shendock PA.

Goalies-Brown (10) GC; Kling (5) PA.

South Jersey Coaches Tournament second round

(1) Eastern 2, (8) Hammonton 0

Desiree Austin stopped 24 shots as Hammonton fell in the second round of the prestigious tournament.

Christina Padovani and Jaylyn Thompson scored for Eastern and Imani Taylor made four saves.

Eastern is the No. 1 team in the Elite 11, while Hammonton is ranked No. 6.

Hammonton 0 0-0

Eastern 1 1-2

Goals-Padovani, Thompson E.

Goalies-Austin (24) H; Taylor (4) E.

Records-Hammonton 15-2, Eastern 17-1.

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