The Wildwood High School girls soccer team picked up its first win of the season in dramatic fashion with a 2-1 overtime victory over host Gloucester City in a Tri-County Conference game Friday.

Megan Irwin recorded the game-winner 5 minutes, 35 seconds into overtime on a direct kick.

Jess Freeman put the Warriors on the board early in the first half on a pass from Leishly Reyes.

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Danielle Aydelotte made six saves in the win.

For Gloucester City, Colleen Kravs scored and Tori Wunsch made five saves.

Wildwood 1 0 1- 2

Gloucester City 0 1 0- 1

Goals-Freeman, Irwin W; Kravs GC.

Goalies-Aydelotte (6) W; Wunsch (5) GC.

Records-Wildwood 1-5-1; Gloucester 1-5-1.

Highland Regional 4,

Cumberland Regional 2

Samantha Malestein and Dayna Patitucci each scored for Cumberland. Abby Styring had an assist for the Colts.

Highland Regional 3 1 - 4

Cumberland Regional 0 2 - 2

Goals-Buck, Graf, Moken HR; Malestein, Patitucci CR.

Goalies-Ball (13) HR; Diorio (4)/Malestein (2) CR.

Records-Cumberland 1-7.

Cape-Atlantic League

Our Lady of Mercy Academy 5,

Bridgeton 0

Sarah Buchanan had two goals and Tziarra King added a goal and an assist. Devon Donaghy made one save and posted her seventh straight shutout. The Villagers haven't allowed a goal since Sept.14.

Our Lady of Mercy Academy 1 4-5

Bridgeton 0 0--0

Goals-Buchanan (2), DiGalbo, King, Tighe O.

Goalies-Donaghy (1) O.

Records-OLMA 10-0; Bridgeton 1-8.

Mainland Regional 2,

Vineland 1, OT

Abby Carey stole the ball from a Vineland defender and ripped a shot from 20-yards out, hitting the upper corner of the net for the winning goal in overtime.

Shea Scannell scored Mainland's first goal off a corner kick by Amanda Tobias. Maddie Williscroft got the assist.

Abby Dooley scored for Vineland and Shelby Money made 12 saves.

Vineland 0 1 0-1

Mainland Regional 1 0 1- 2

Goals-Abby Dooley V; Shea Scannell, Abby Carey MR.

Goalies-Shelby Money (12) V; Brooke Vitale (6) MR.

Records-Vineland 4-3; Mainland 4-5.

Egg Harbor Township 2,

No. 8 Hammonton 1

Freshman Jordyn Martini collected a pass from Laina Matus with less than five minutes remaining and capitalized as Egg Harbor Township ended Hammonton's nine-game unbeaten streak.

Matus scored off a corner kick from Courtney Davis to start the scoring for the Eagles.

Hammonton's Zoe Conover tied it on a penalty kick.

Carly Friedman made 10 saves for EHT, while Hammonton's Brigette Alessandrini also made 10 saves.

Egg Harbor Township 1 1- 2

Hammonton 0 1- 1

Goals-Matus, Martini EHT; Conover H.

Goalies-Friedman (10) EHT; Alessandrini (10) H.

Records-EHT 3-2; Hammonton 9-1.


No. 4 Shawnee 2,

Millville 0

Kayla Bertolini and Erin Smith each had a goal for Shawnee. Alexis Palladino had an assist for the Renegades.

Shawnee 20 0 - 2

Millville 0 0 - 0

Goals-Bertolini, Smith S.

Goalies-Weems (4) M; Nugent (3) S.

Records-Millville 6-2-1.

Shore Conference

Lacey Township 1,

Jackson Liberty 0

Rebecca Martin scored Lacey's only goal.

Lacey Township 1 0 - 1

Jackson Liberty 0 0 - 0

Goals-Martin LT.

Goalies-Wright (7) LT; Donza (20) JL.

Records-Lacey 6-3.

Tri-State Christian

Gloucester County Christian 2,

Atlantic Christian 1, OT

Jamie Zalman scored the tying goal for Atlantic Christian with an assist from Danyel Bird.

Alisha Gant scored the game-winner for Gloucester County Christian.

Gloucester County Christian 1 0 1 - 2

Atlantic Christian 0 1 0 - 1

Goals-Chandler, Gant GCC; Zalman ACS.

Goalies-Kimmerley (10) ACS; Brown (3) GCC.

Records-ACS 2-4.

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