The Richard Stockton College women’s soccer team defeated Salisbury 1-0 in double overtime Wednesday in Salisbury, Md.

The winning goal was scored by Stockton’s Adrianna Boucher from the 6-yard line, with an assist cross from the right side by Alexa Fama.

The victory brings Stockton’s record to 1-2 for the season. They will play next in the Catholic University Tournament in Washington, D.C., against Wilkes University at 2:30 p.m. Saturday.

Cumberland County College men’s soccer: Cumberland defeated Valley Forge Military Academy on Wednesday, 7-1. Kevin Benitez, a graduate of Cumberland Regional High School, contributed two goals. A.J. Gazzara, a graduate of Buena Regional High School, had one goal and two assists. Brandon Bischer, also a Cumberland graduate, had four saves in net. Wednesday’s victory bumps the Cumberland County squad to 2-1 for the season.

Cumberland County needed the boost after a 1-0 loss against Ocean County College on Tuesday. Bischer had nine saves during the game, but allowed a goal toward the end of the game. Gazzara also took four shots, but did not score.

Cumberland County’s next game is against host Passaic County Community College at 7:30 p.m. Saturday.

A graduate of Penn State University, I worked at the Carroll County Times in Westminster, Maryland, before joining The Press in 2013.

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