The Wildwood Catholic High School girls soccer team won its fourth game of the season, a 3-1 victory over host Bridgeton in a Cape-Atlantic League interconference game Wednesday.
Gia Tammaro scored twice for the Crusaders. Olivia Rulon also scored. Jenna Long made three saves.
Bridgeton's Jennifer Tapia scored a goal. Jovan Childers stopped five shots.
Wildwood Catholic 2 1-3
Bridgeton 0 1-1
Goals-Tammaro (2), Rulon WC; Tapia B.
Goalies-Long (3) WC; Childers (5) B.
Records-Wildwood Cath. 4-9, Bridgeton 1-15.
Vineland 2, Buena Regional 0
Lindsey Olita and Wendy DeLouise scored for Vineland.
Sam Palau had an assist, and Shelby Money posted four saves to earn the shutout.
Buena Regional 0 0-0
Vineland 1 1-2
Goals-Olita, DeLouise V.
Goalies-Brown (7) BR; Money (4) V.
Records-Buena 5-10-1, Vineland 7-6.
Oakcrest 6, Camden Tech 0
Jordan Bronsky and Brittany Connelly each scored two goals for Oakcrest. Bronsky had the game-winning goal for the Falcons.
Camden Tech 0 0-0
Oakcrest 3 3-6
Goals-Bronsky (2), Connelly (2), Steelman, Lindsay O.
Goalies-Garguill (1) O; Smith (8) CT.
Jackson Memorial 3,
Jackson Memorial (11-6), the No. 11 seed, shut out No. 22 Barnegat (9-6-2) in a Shore Conference Tournament first-round game. Further details were unavailable.
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