(A quick look at the can't-miss high school games during the next few days.)

Girls soccer

No. 11 Millville (7-2)

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at No. 6 Ocean City (6-1)

4 p.m. Tuesday at the Tennessee Avenue Soccer Complex

A showdown between two of the top teams in the Cape-Atlantic League American Conference. Millville lost a 1-0 overtime thriller to Middle on Wednesday. Emily Daigle leads the Thunderbolts with four goals. Nikki Read and Malory Chamberlain each have three. Devon Terwilliger leads Ocean City with five goals and three assists. Patricia Fox and Terwilliger each have two game-winners this season. Red Raiders goalie Meghan Kelly has four shutouts.

Boys soccer

Cape May Tech (5-5)

at Lower Cape May Regional (2-8)

4 p.m. today

Cape May Tech started its week off with a 3-2 upset win against Buena Regional on Monday and then beat Holy Spirit 6-0 on Wednesday. Dalton English had a hat trick in the Holy Spirit win. Jake Johnson leads the team with five goals. After starting the season 2-2, the Caper Tigers have lost six straight and will look to bounce back against a fellow Cape May County school. Jon Oundo leads the team with three goals.

Boys and girls cross country

The South Jersey Open

Saturday at Delsea Regional

This meet begins at 10:20 a.m. and allows teams to get a feel for the course at Delsea Regional, where the sectional championships will be held on Nov. 9.

Field hockey

Jackson Memorial (9-2)

at Southern Regional (7-2-1)

4 p.m. Monday

Southern has won six straight games after after starting at 1-2-1. That streak began right after Jackson beat the Rams 1-0 on Sept. 24. Southern is led by Bri Angellella, Allison Spaschak, Madison Skeie and goalie Nicole Andrani. Jackson has scorer Kara Molnar, plus Kayla Skodmin and goalie Morgan Novak.

From Press staff reports


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