The Atlantic City High School boys soccer team defeated Hammonton 3-2 in double overtime on Friday in a Cape-Atlantic League game.

Atlantic's Sean Guyer and Marcus Mitchell scored in the first half. The winning goal was scored six minutes into the second overtime on a penalty kick by Evan Stoltzfus.

Hammonton's Edras Palma scored both goals for his team.

Atlantic goalie Yoni Sanchez-Garcia had four saves and Hammonton goalie Salvatore Fazio had eight.

Hammonton 0 2 0 0-2

Atlantic City 2 0 0 1-3

Goals- Palma (2) H; Guyer, Mitchell, Stoltzfus AC.

Goalies- Sanchez-Garcia (4) AC; Fazio (8) H.

Records- AC 3-4; H 3-5-1.

Atlantic County Institutue of Technology 1,

Holy Spirit 0

ACIT's Mario Penagos scored the winning goal in the second half.

Holy Spirit 0 0-0

ACIT 0 1-1

Goals-Penagos ACIT.

Goalies-Vargas (0) ACIT; N/A (23) hs.

Records- ACIT 4-2-2; Holy Spirit 0-7.

Buena Regional 1,

St. Joseph 0, OT

Buena's Zayne Czeronka scored the winning goal in overtime and goalie Jake Bleyhl had two saves. St. Joseph goalie TJ Anrchesani had six saves.

St. Joseph 0 0 0-0

Buena 0 0 1-1

Goals- BR Czeronka.

Goalies- Bleyhl (2) BR; Anr chesani (6) SJ.

Records- Buena 8-0-1; St. Joseph 2-5.

No. 7 St. Augustine Prep 4,

Absegami 0

St. Augustine Prep improved to 6-1 with a shutout over Absegami. Christian Bik scored two goals for the Hermits. Sean Lynch and Ryan Ward each had a goal to put them up 4-0 by the half. Dan Aucion and Bill Birmingham had a combined four saves to preserve the shutout.

Absegami 0 0-0

St. Augustine 4 0-4

Goals-Bik (2), Lynch, Ward S.

Goalies-Aucion (2), Birmingham (2) S; Elkafas(7), Roesch (4).

Records- St. Augustine 6-1; Absegami 4-4-1.

Middle Township 5,

Cedar Creek 0

Joe Fala scored two goals for Middle and goalie Tanner Kerr had four saves. Cedar Creek goalie Kyle Broecker had eight saves.

Cedar Creek 0 0-0

Middle 2 3-5

Goals-Buchanan, Fala (2), Kurkowski, Casper.

Goalies-Kerr (4) MT; Broecker (8) CC.

Records- Middle 7-4; Cedar 3-3.

Egg Harbor Township 4,

Lower Cape May Regional 0

Eddie Castillo, Emmanuel Castillo, Michael Izquierdo and Enrique Fiallos each scored a goal for EHT. Lower goalie Logan Spicer had nine saves.

LCMR 0 0-0

EHT 1 3-4

Goals- Ed. Castillo, Izquierdo, Em. Castillo, Fiallos.

Goalies-Hagerthey (1) EHT; Spicer (9) LCMR.

Records- EHT 5-1-1; LCMR 2-4.

Ocean City 4,

Vineland 2

Ocean City's Donnie Vonmeter had two goals in the Red Raiders win at Vineland on Friday. Goalies Brandon Alverez (Vineland) and Evan McCardell (Ocean City) each had nine saves.

Ocean City 1 3-4

Vineland 1 1-2

Goals- own goal; Vanmeter (2), Sakena, O; Tobolski, Battistini V

Goalies- Alverez (9)V; McCardell (9).

Records-Vineland 4-2-1 OC 6-1.

Nonleague

Wildwood 2,

Cape May Tech 1, OT

Wildwood's Jared Irwin scored the winning goal from 25 yards out with 20 seconds left in the first overtime period. Wildwood's Najee Austin and Cape May Tech's Paul Edmonds each scored in the first half. Goalie Rick Amado had eight saves for host Wildwood. Robert Edmonds made 12 saves for Tech.

Cape May Tech 1 0 0-1

Wildwood 1 0 1-2

Goals-P. Edmonds CMT. Austin, Irwin W.

Goalies-R. Edmonds (12) CMT. Amado (8) W.

Records-CMT 3-4, W 3-3.

Shore Conference

Toms River South 2,

Southern Regional 0

Michael Braun and Junior Billamizar scored for visiting Toms River East. Southern goalie Shjon Houser made 10 saves.

Toms River South 0 2-2

Southern Regional 0 0-0

Goals-Braun, Billamizar TRS.

Goalies-White (3), Houser (10) S.

Records-TRS 3-2-1, Southern 3-5-1.

Shore Conference

Lacey Township 1,

Toms River North 1, 2OT

Lacey's Anthony Palino scored in the second half to tie the game. Goalie Paul Lynch had 12 saves.

North 0 1 0 0-1

Lacey 0 1 0 0-1

Goals- Palino L; Nemati TRN.

Goalies-Lynch (12) LT; Brannagan (10) TRN.

Records- Lacey 4-2-1; North 4-1-2.

Tri-County

Cumberland Regional 7,

Schalick 3

Tyler Skye scored four goals and Freddie Beck had two for Cumberland Regional. Schalick's goalie Ethan Francis had 13 saves.

Schalick 1 2-3

Cumberland 1 6-7

Goals-Skye (4), Beck (2), DeLussa C; Fralick (2), Cronin.

Goalies-Raczenbek (4) C; Francis (13).

Records-Cumberland 5-3; Schalick 3-5-1.

From Thursday

Schalick 6,

Wildwood 0

Schalick scored three goals in each half.

Collin Cardona, Michael D'Orio, Avery Fralick, Shane Martin, Noah Papiano and Dustin Sheff each scored for Schalick.

Wildwood's Rick Amado made 17 saves.

Wildwood 0 0-0

Schalick 3 3-6

Goals-Cardona, D'Orio, Fralick, Martin, Papiano, Sheff S.

Goalies-Amado (17) W; Francis (2) S.

Records-Wildwood 2-3; Schalick 4-3-1.