MILLVILLE — The highly competitive Cape-Atlantic League American Conference field hockey race got even tighter Monday as Mainland Regional and Millville tied 1-1 in a matchup of unbeaten teams.
Cedar Creek High School’s Lexi Marker scored the game-winning goal in the first half to defeat Buena Regional 1-0 in a Cape-Atlantic League field hockey game on Monday. Bella Fox made two saves for the shutout.
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Southern Regional High School’s Maitland Demand led with two goals and an assist as the unbeaten Rams field hockey team beat visiting Freehold Borough 5-0 on Saturday.
Cumberland Regional High School defeated Schalick 2-1 in a Tri-County field hockey game on Friday. Melissa Lowry and Ashley Deluke scored one goal each for the Colts. Sarah Stranger made eight saves.
Pinelands Regional High School’s Rachel Papernick scored three of her team’s first four goals to lead the Wildcats’ field hockey team to an 8-0 win over host Manchester Township on Thursday in a Shore Conference game.
Absegami High School’s Melissa Hirst scored three goals to lead the Braves field hockey team to a 4-0 win over visiting Egg Harbor Township in a Cape-Atlantic League matchup Wednesday.
INWOOD — The Mainland Regional High School field hockey team proved to itself early in the game with Ocean City on Monday that it could stay competitive with the Red Raiders.
Gab Scocca scored the game-winning goal for St. Joseph High School off an assist from Gianna Perna with 3 minutes, 37 seconds left in a 1-0 win over Cedar Creek in a Cape-Atlantic League field hockey game on Monday.
Pinelands Regional defeated Jackson Liberty High School 3-1 at Jackson on Friday in a Shore Conference game.
New St. Joseph High School field hockey coach KatieLynn Burke won her debut on Thursday as the Wildcats defeated Holy Spirit 12-0 in a Cape-Atlantic League National Conference game.
The Millville High School boys soccer team defeated Middle Township 2-1 on Wednesday in the first game of the season for both teams.
The competition in Cape-Atlantic League American Conference field hockey might be closer this year.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — Absegami High School’s Amber Conway and Liz Picardi each made their first varsity field hockey game a memorable one Tuesday against Atlantic City.
One of South Jersey’s most successful high school sports programs has a new head coach.
Haley Crispell, a three-sport athlete for four years at Oakcrest High School, calls girls crew her main focus.
Ocean City High School field hockey coach Cory Terry resigned last week, saying she didn’t want to make coaching the sport a lifelong endeavor.
Ocean City High School field hockey coach Cory Terry, who coached the Red Raiders to three state championships, including one last fall, has stepped down after seven seasons.
Rialee Allen sparked the Ocean City High School field hockey team all season with goals, assists and playmaking throughout the fall.
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