The Sacred Heart High School girls soccer team earned its first win of the season, a 4-3 road victory over Cape May Tech in a Cape-Atlantic League National Conference game Wednesday.
Mandy Buirch scored the game-winner for the Lions.
Farrah Collins, Jade Miller and Hannah Stone scored for Cape May Tech.
Sacred Heart 1 3-4
Cape May Tech 1 2-3
Goals-Aulffo (2), Klekos, Buirch SH; Collins, Miller, Stone CMT.
Goalies-Frederick (8) SH; Pennington (10) CMT.
Records-Sacred Heart 1-7-1; Tech 1-8.
No. 9 Hammonton 1,
Hammonton's Brigette Alessandrini made seven saves for her eighth shutout.
Zoe Conover scored for the Blue Devils, No. 9 in The Press Elite 11.
Shelby Money stopped 14 shots for Vineland.
Vineland 0 0-0
Hammonton 0 1-1
Goalies-Money (14) V; Alessandrini (7) H.
Records-Vineland 5-4; Hammonton 11-1.
Egg Harbor Township 1
Brianna Robinson and Jamie Parent scored 40 seconds apart to put Millville ahead for good only two minutes after Egg Harbor Township had taken the lead.
Alexis Magruder had given the Eagles a 1-0 lead midway through the second half.
Brooke Muhlbaier assisted on both of the Thunderbolts' goals.
Egg Harbor Township 0 1-1
Millville 0 2-2
Goals-Magruder EHT; Robinson, Parent M.
Goalies-Friedman (4) EHT; Mason (3) M.
Records-EHT 3-4-1; Millville 7-3-1.
Ocean City 2
Jordyn Bronsky scored two goals and added an assist and Jenna Seyers also scored twice to lead Oakcrest.
Bronsky has five goals in her last two games. Veronia Gorka added goal and Oakcrest's sixth was credited as an own goal.
Shannon Tarves and Brooke Zukawski scored for the Red Raiders.
Ocean City 1 1-2
Oakcrest 3 3-6
Goals-Gorka, Seyers (2), Bronski (2), own goal O; Tarves, Zukawski OC .
Goalies-Segich (8) OC; Garguilo (4) O.
Records-O.C. 3-5; Oakcrest 6-3-1.
Toms River South 6,
Lacey Township 2
Lexi Dellapietro and Maura Weaver scored for Lacey Township.
Toms River South 6 0-6
Lacey Township 1 1-2
Goals-Troutman (3), Crowley, Bahr, Kenny TRS; Dellapietro, Weaver LT.
Goalies-Piazza (3) TRS; Wright (4), Harland (2) LT.
Jackson Liberty 1
Stephanie Cotton scored both goals for the Bengals, who improved to 8-3-1.
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