Connor Wilson scored his 100th career goal in the Lacey Township High School boys lacrosse team’s 15-7 win over Donovan Catholic in a Shore Conference game Wednesday.

Wilson led the Lions, No. 11 in The Press Elite 11, with four goals and an assist. He scored his 100th goal in the first quarter and has 102 for his career.

Dylan Vitale had three goals and an assist.

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Lacey Township 5 3 2 5—15

Donovan Catholic 3 1 3 0—7

Goals—Wilson (4), Vitale (3), Sabarese (2), Giles (2), Chimenti, Huncke, Lotruglio, Augustine LT; P. Schlendorf (4), Macpherson (2), A. Schlendorf DC.

Goalies—Covey (7) LT; Rao (6) DC.

Records—Lacey 4-1, DC 2-2.

St. Rose 13,

Barnegat 2

Chris Bormida had five goals and two assists to lead St. Rose. Jack Cusack scored three goals.

Dylan Corbett and Frank Sweet scored for Barnegat.

St. Rose 4 3 3 3—13

Barnegat 0 0 1 1—2

Goals—Bormida 5, Cusack 3, Reilly 2, McDermott, Bogdan 2 SR; Corbett, Sweet B.

Goalies—Schoenberger (17) B, N/A SR.

Records—Barnegat 1-5, St. Rose 6-1.

Nonleague

No. 4 Lenape 9,

No. 1 St. Augustine Prep 7

St. Augustine, No. 1 in The Press Elite 11, lost its first game against a South Jersey opponent in three years. No. 4 Lenape led 1-0 after the first quarter and never trailed. Taking a 5-3 lead into the fourth, Lenape scored four straight, including three goals from Matt Ingersoll to pull away 9-3. Ingersoll scored five goals.

Lenape 1 2 2 4—9

St. Augustine Prep 0 2 1 4—7

Goals—Ingersoll (5), Reece (2), Wright, Mercado L; Gravenstine (2), Kazmierski (2), McGlone, Rice, Tocc SA.

Goalies—Pensabene (10) L; Russomanno (11), Capriotti (0) SA.

Records—Lenape 6-1, St. Augustine 6-2.

Cape-Atlantic League

No. 9 Absegami 18,

Lower Cape May Regional 11

Evan Sibson scored a game-high seven goals to lead Absegami, No. 9 in The Press Elite 11. Randy Collins followed with five goals and Paul McColgan added three. Luke Gifford had 12 saves.

Chuck Magill scored four goals for the Caper Tigers.

Lower Cape May 1 4 2 4—11

Absegami 5 3 7 3—18

Goals—McColgan 3, Collins 5, Sibson 7, Manganelli 2, Ade A; Magill 4, Hill 3, Smith 2, Mendyk 2 L.

Goalies—Gifford (12) A; Harrison (9) L.

Records—Absegami 6-0, Lower 2-4.

Atlantic City 9,

Egg Harbor Township 7

Noam Levy-Smith scored four goals and added an assist to lead Atlantic City. Conor Campbell had three goals and an assist, while goalie Sean Drew had two assists and nine saves.

Billy Germana and Jacob Zingrat each scored twice for EHT.

Egg Harbor Township 1 1 3 2—7

Atlantic City 4 3 0 2—9

Goals—Germana 2, Pennock, Patroni, Hubbard, Zingrat 2 EHT; Levy-Smith 4, Zitomer 1, Campbell 3, McGovern.

Goalies—Gargan 13 EHT; Drew 9 AC.

Records—EHT 1-4; AC 3-2.

Cedar Creek 20,

Vineland 8

Clay Olley and Robbie Newrocki led the Pirates with six goals each. Keith Lake added four goals and three assists. Jake Newrocki and Anthony Ortiz combined for seven saves.

Max Bossi scored five goals and two assists.

Vineland 2 2 2 2—8

Cedar Creek 2 6 5 7—20

Goals—McDonald, Olley 6, Lake 4, Mehler 3, R. Newrocki 6 C; Bossi 5, Concordia 2, Demicno V.

Goalies—Ortiz (4), J. Newrocki (3) C; Feliciano (7) V.

Records—Cedar Creek 3-3, Vineland 1-5.

Girls lacrosse

Millville 19,

Cedar Creek 8

Abby Daigle scored 10 goals and had two assists to lead Millville. Ava Wright and Olivia Weldon each scored three goals.

Alexis Marker scored three goals for Cedar Creek.

Millville 12 7—19

Cedar Creek 4 4—8

Goals—Daigle 10, Wright 3, Weldon 3, Tawes 2, Andres M; Richardson 2, Emmell 2, Marker 3, Eisele 1 CC.

Goalies—Watson 13 M; Heist 18 CC.

Records—Millville 6-4, Cedar Creek 1-4.

Egg Harbor Township 18,

Atlantic City 7

Jessica Sheffer led the Eagles with seven goals. Angelica Dagit added four goals, and Jordan Santana had three. Mia Monacelli had five saves.

Catherine Agostani scored three goals for Atlantic City.

Atlantic City 5 2—7

Egg Harbor Township 4 14—18

Goals—Santana 3, Hogan 2, Sheffer 7, Dagit 4, Jandra, Kaprzykowski EH; Giaccone, Migone 2, Agostani 3, Damayo AC.

Goalies—Mancelli (5) EH, Nicalau (11) AC.

Records—EHT 4-4.

No. 8 Middle Township 19,

Holy Spirit 5

Allison Hunter led the Panthers with six goals and one assist, and Bridget Ruskey added five goals.

Five Spartans scored, and Lauren Mevoli had 13 saves.

Middle Township 13 6—19

Holy Spirit 2 3—5

Goals—Rusky 5, Hunter 6, Sides 3, Hunter 2, Barbee 2, Bostard M; Turner, Cordasco, Celli, Antonucci, Mastro HS.

Goalies—Slavin (4), Hand (4) M; Mevoli (13) HS.

Records—Middle Township 6-1.

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