Brigette Alessandrini made four saves in her seventh shutout of the season as Hammonton High School beat Millville 2-0 in a Cape-Atlantic League American Conference girls soccer game Monday.

Jill DiBlasi and Sierra DeMacro each scored a first-half goal for the Blue Devils.

Millville’s Ashli Weems made eight stops.

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Millville 0 0 — 0

Hammonton 2 0 — 2

Goals—DeMacro, DiBlasi H.

Goalies—Weems (8) M; Alessandrini (4) H.

Records—Millville 6-3-1; Hammonton 10-1.

Egg Harbor Township 2,

Ocean City 2 (2OT)

Karissa Bourbeau scored both goals for Ocean City in the first half.

Valentina Velasquez scored first to put Egg Harbor Township ahead 1-0. Hannah Richman scored the tying goal for the Eagles to send the game to a scoreless overtime.

Egg Harbor Township’s Carly Friedman had 12 stops.

The Red Raiders’ Arianna Segich had 13.

Ocean City 2 0 0 0 — 2

Egg Harbor Township 1 1 0 0 — 2

Goals—Velasquez, Richman EHT; Bourbeau (2) OC.

Goalies—Friedman (12) EHT; Segich (13) OC.

Records—OC 3-4-1; EHT 3-3-1.

Oakcrest 8,

Wildwood Catholic 0

Oakcrest’s Jordyn Bronsky scored three goals, including two in the first half.

Rachel Steelman scored the first of the Falcons’ four first-half goals. Christina Garguilo recorded the shutout with three saves.

Jenna Long had 12 saves for host Wildwood Catholic.

Oakcrest 4 4—8

Wildwood Catholic 0 0—0

Goals—Bronsky (3), Steelman, Bacanskas, Connelly, Gorka, Johnson O.

Goalies—Garguilo (3) O. Long (12) WC.

Records—WWC 3-6; Oakcrest 5-3-1.

Mainland Regional 6,

Bridgeton 0

Shea Scannell led Mainland Regional with two goals.

Bridgeton 0 0 — 0

Mainland Regional 5 1 — 6

Goals—Scannell (2), Williscroft, A. Carey, Lianibif, C. Carey MR.

Goalies—Vitale (1) MR; Childers (10) B.

Records—Mainland 5-5; Bridgeton 1-9.

Wildwood 4,

Cape May Tech 1

The score was tied 1-1 at halftime, but Wildwood scored three second-half goals.

Leishly Reyes scored in the first half for Wildwood, and temmates Shelby Thornton, Jillian Freeman and Lily Nguyen added goals in the second half.

Danielle Adelotte made 16 saves for the visiting Warriors.

Farrah Collins scored for the Hawks.

Tech’s Danielle Pennington made 10 saves.

Wildwood 1 3—4

Cape May Tech 1 0—1

Goals—Reyes, Thornton, Freeman, Nguyen W. Collins CMT.

Goalies—Adelotte (16) W. Pennington (10) CMT.

Records—Wildwood 2-5-1; Tech 1-7.

Tri-State Christian Athletic Conference

King’s Christian 6,

Pilgrim Academy 0

Courtney Novak netted a hat trick to lead King’s.

Pilgrim Acdemy 0 0 — 0

King’s Christian 3 3—6

Goals—Novak (3), Lamastra (2), Leiby KC.

Goalies—Kling (7) PA; Panagotopulos (3) KC..

Records—Pilgrim 3-4.

Shore Conference

Brick Township 3,

Lacey Township 2

Lexi Dellapietro led Lacey with a goal and an assist.

Sara Wright had 17 saves for the Lions.

Lacey Township 1 1 — 2

Brick Township 2 1 — 3

Goals—Lawler, Dellapietro LT; Carpino, Mayer, Pfeil BT.

Goalies—Tobin (9) BT; Wright (17) LT.

Records—Lacey 3-6; Brick 3-7-1.

Monsignor Donovan 4,

Barnegat 2

Samantha Alvarez scored both goals for Barnegat.

Erin Ruddy led Monsignor Donovan with two goals and an assist.

Monsignor Donovan 3 1 — 4

Barnegat 1 1 — 2

Goals—Alvarez (2) B; Ruddy (2), Weeks, S. Smith MD.

Goalies—Kostka (4) B; M. Smith (11) MD.

Records—Barnegat 7-3-1; MD 7-3.

Pinelands Regional 5,

Lakewood 0

Katrina MacNeil scored the winning goal for host Pinelands 9 minutes, 33 seconds into the game, and Juliana White assisted.

Teammates Heather Scot and Gabby Melo added goals to make it 3-0 at halftime.

Pinelands’ Sarah Pollichetti and Mel MacNeil combed for seven saves.

Lakewood 0 0—0

Pinelands 3 2—5

Goals—MacNeil, Scott, Melo, Lamey, Czymek P

Goalies—Galindo (7) L. S. Pollchetti (3), M. MacNeil (4) P.

Records—Pinelands 4-5-1.

Toms River East 3,

Southern Regional 0

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