Madie Gibson scored all three goals for Lower Cape May Regional High School as they beat Holy Spirit 3-1 and clinched the Cape-Atlantic League National Conference Division I title for the first time in school history.

Gabriella McKeown and Amanda Durbin each had an assist. Lizzy Sulecki made 12 stops in the win.

Brianne Long scored the lone goal for Holy Spirit.

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Lower Cape May Regional 3 0-3

Holy Spirit 1 0-1

Goals-Gibson (3) LCM; Long HS.

Goalies-Sulecki (12) LCM; Wilson (7) HS.

Records-LCM 13-2; Holy Spirit 6-6-1.

Middle Township 8,

Cape May Tech 1

Danielle McCann led Middle with three goals. Jen Hicks added two.

Samantha Gurdgiel scored for Cape May Tech.

Middle Township 5 3-8

Cape May Tech 0 1-1

Goals-McCann (3), Hicks (2), Gimeno, Miller, Stahler MT; Gurdgiel CMT.

Goalies-Salvo (3) MT; McAnulty (10) CMT.

Records-Middle 8-3-1, CMT 2-11.

No. 11 Our Lady of Mercy

Academy 2,

St. Joseph 1

Katie Kavanagh and Vashti Williams each scored a goal for OLMA. Rylee Ballard and Taylor Tighe each had an assist for the Villagers, the No. 11 team in The Press Elite 11.

Kelly Gibison scored St. Joe's goal. Taylor Jacoby made 13 stops for the Wildcats.

St. Joseph 1 0-1

Our Lady of Mercy Academy 1 1-2

Goals-Kavanagh, Williams OLMA; Gibison SJ.

Goalies-Donaghy (7) OLMA; Jacoby (13) SJ.

Records-S.J.10-5, OLMA 16-0.

Absegami 3, Cedar Creek 0

Rebecca Maguire, Lauren Kromeracker and Jenna Seddon each scored as Absegami won its seventh straight game.

It was Seddon's 17th goal of the season.

Hayley Grimm made four saves to earn the shutout in the game, which was played at Richard Stockton College.

For Cedar Creek, Amanda Banner made 10 saves.

Cedar Creek 0 0-0

Absegami 3 0-3

Goals-Rebecca Maguire, Lauren Kromeracker, Jenna Seddon A.

Goalies-Amanda Banner (10) CC; Hayley Grimm (4) A.

Records-C.C. 6-7, Absegami 8-4-1.


Egg Harbor Township 1,

Williamstown 0

Freshman Alexis Magruder scored the winning goal in the second half with an assist from Hannah Richman. Goalkeeper Antonia Maffia made 20 saves in the shutout.

Williamstown 0 0-0

Egg Harbor Township 0 1-1

Goals-Magruder EHT.

Goalies-Maffia (20) EHT; Bynoe (5) W.

Records-Williamstown 10-4-1, EHT 5-6-1.

Mainland Regional 3,

Schalick 2

Sophomore Marge Dods scored her third goal of the game with 43 seconds remaining as Mainland Regional defeated host Schalick to win its sixth straight game.

Maddie Williscroft assisted on the game winner for the Mustangs (8-5).

Brooke Vitale collected six saves for her third shutout of the season.

Mainland Regional 2 1-3

Schalick 2 0-2

Goals-Marge Dods (3) MR; Tiernny Wittshire, Taylor Wilmore S.

Goalies-Brooke Vitale (6) MR; Courtney Miller (13) S.

Records-Mainland 8-5, Schalick 8-5-1.

Atlantic County Institute

of Technology 2,

Wildwood 0

Tori Matfield and Felicia Betts each scored a goal for ACIT.

Atlantic County Institute of Technology 1 1-2

Wildwood 0 0-0

Goals-Matfield, Betts ACIT.

Goalies-Estrada (3) ACIT; Aydelotta (8) W.

Records-ACIT 4-11-1, Wildwood 4-8-1.

Tri-State Christian

Pilgrim Academy 1,

Baptist Regional 0, OT

Sarah Marienski scored the game-winner in overtime for Pilgrim.

Pilgrim Academy 0 0 1-1

Baptist Regional 0 0 0-0

Goals-Marienski PA.

Goalies-Kling (7) PA; Frentic (8) BR.

Records-Pilgrim 5-5.

Atlantic Christian 4,

The Christian Academy 3

Dakota Hitchner scored on a pass from Kaylee Reading with 10 minutes remaining to give Atlantic Christian the edge.

Hitchner and Reading finished the game with two goals and two assists each. The Cougars, who led 2-1 at the half, improved to 5-5-1 with the victory.

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