Oakcrest High School senior Jordyn Bronsky broke the school's single-season scoring record in a 7-0 rout of visiting Westampton Tech, the No. 12 seed, Friday in the opening round of the South Jersey Group III girls soccer playoffs.

The fifth-seeded Falcons will play at No. 4 Moorestown at 2 p.m. Tuesday in a quarterfinal matchup.

Bronsky, who registered two goals and an assist, broke the record of 17 goals set by Joanna Coe in 2005.

Freshman Giana Johnson posted back-to-back goals for the Falcons and freshman Jenna Sayers added a goal and an assist. Bryanna Bacanskas tallied two assists.

Christina Garguilo made two saves for her eighth shutout of the season.

Also for Oakcrest, Veronica Gorka and Jamie Hutter scored, while Courtney DeFalco and Dom Barber had an assist apiece.

Westampton Tech 0 0-0

Oakcrest 3 4-7

Goals-Sayers,Gorka, Hutter,Johnson (2), Bronsky (2) O.

Goalies-Goodman (10) WT; Garguilo (2) O.

Records-Oakcrest 12-6-1.

(1) Hammonton 7,

(16) Winslow Township 1

Marissa Deltufo led the scoring for Hammonton with two goals. Zoe Conover, Jill DiBlasi and Jessica Garretson each had a goal and an assist for the Blue Devils.

Lauren Berger and Maryann Nowlan also scored and Brigette Alessandrini made two saves.

Hammonton, the No. 7 team in the Press Elite 11, will host No. 9 seed Timber Creek at 2 p.m. Tuesday.

Winslow Township 0 1-1

Hammonton 7 0-7

Goals-McGrath WT; Berger, Conover, DiBlasi, Nowlan, Garretson, Deltufo (2) H.

Goalies-Ibarguen (12) WT; Alessandrini (2) H.

Records-Winslow Twp. 4-17, Hammonton 17-3.

South Jersey Group II first round

(5) Middle Township 2,

(12) Buena Regional 1

Laura Miller stole the ball inside the box and slipped a shot past Buena goalie Lynn Brown 20 minutes into the second half for the game-winner.

Danielle McCann put the Panthers on the board in the first half off a corner kick by C.J. Hengstler. It was McCann's 30th goal of the season.

Olivia Salvo made five saves.

For Buena, Sydney Zorzi tied the game with a goal in the first half and Brown made six saves.

Middle Township will meet No. 4 seed West Deptford at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the quaterfinals.

Buena Regional 1 0-1

Middle Township 1 1-2

Goals-Zorzi BR; McCann, Miller MT.

Goalies-Brown (6) BR;Salvo (5) MT.

Records-Buena 6-13-1, Middle 13-4-2.

(4) West Deptford 7,

(13) Atlantic County Institute of Technology 0

Kiara Estrada, Kelly Ikalina and Ashley Vassallo each recorded three saves as they split time in goal for Atlantic County Institute of Technology.

Sam Budd and Paige Paratore led West Deptford with two goals each.

ACIT 0 0-0

West Deptford 5 2-7

Goals-Budd (2), Paratore (2), Fenton, Stanek, Peterson WD.

Goalies-Estrada (3), Ikalina (3), Vassallo (3) ACIT; Kipp (2) WD.

Records-ACIT 5-15-1, West Deptford 14-5.

SJ Group I first round

(1) Haddon Heights 6,

(16) Wildwood 0

Wildwood's Danielle Aydelotte made 30 saves in the loss.

Ally Glickman led Haddon Heights with two goals and an assist. Taylor Nichols also scored twice, while Julianna Givens and Hailey Myers each posted one goal.

Becca Gransue made two saves and Erin Peters had an assist.

Wildwood 0 0-0

Haddon Heights 4 2-6

Goals-Givens, Myers, Glickman (2), Nichols (2) HH.

Goalies-Gransue (2) HH; Aydelotte (30) W.

Records-Wildwood 4-12-1, Haddon Heights 16-3-1.


Atlantic Christian 4,

Pilgrim Academy 0

Senior Jon Picking recorded a hat trick as top-seeded Atlantic Christian shutout visiting Pilgrim Academy, the No. 4 seed,in a Tri-State Christian Athletic Conference semifinal game.

Junior Kenny Mercadante also scored for the Cougars and David Jones made seven saves.

Atlantic Christian will face No. 2 seed Gloucester County Christian at 2 p.m. today in the final.

For Pilgrim Academy, Phil Mol had six saves.

Pilgrim Academy 0 0-0

Atlantic Christian 2 2-4

Goals-Picking (3), Mercadante AC.

Goalies-Mol (6) PA; Jones (7) AC.

Records-Atlantic Christian 11-1-1.