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Former O.C. field hockey players helping La Salle, Monmouth

Rialee Allen (Ocean City) had an assist in La Salle’s 2-1 win over Rider in field hockey.

Allen also scored in a 7-1 loss to Saint Joseph’s.

Kelly Hanna (Ocean City) had an assist in Monmouth’s 2-0 win over Lock Haven.

Men's soccer

Joseph Fala broke the Ramapo College men's soccer single-season goal record last week.

Fala, a 6-foot-7 junior forward and 2016 Middle Township High School graduate from Cape May Court House, scored the game-winning goal in a 3-2 overtime victory against William Paterson on Wednesday. His 23rd goal of the season came in the 93rd minute.

Fala’s first goal of the game, in the eighth minute, broke the Road Runners’ previous record of 21 goals that stood for eight years.

Josiah Nistorenko (Ocean City) had an assist in Cairn's 4-0 win over Bryn Athyn. It was the freshman's first collegiate point.

Women’s soccer

Madie Gibson (Lower Cape May Regional) had two assists in Monmouth’s 7-0 win over Iona. She was named the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Week on Oct. 8, her second honor of the season.

Ashley Edgell (Ocean City) had an assist in Misericordia’s 6-0 win over Manhattanville.

Men’s cross country

Ryan Herlihy (Middle Township) finished third in the 8K (25:29.2) for host Haverford, which won the Centennial Conference Championship.

Korey Greene (Ocean City) was 34th in the 8K (28:02.97) for Rowan at the New Jersey Athletic Conference Championships it hosted. The Profs finished seventh.

Women’s cross country

Vanderbilt’s Devon Grisbaum (Ocean City) finished 60th (20:57) at the Southeastern Conference Championships 6K at Auburn.

Gretchen Shirk (Ocean City) finished 13th (29:05.9) to help Cairn win the Colonial States Athletic Conference Championship 6K in Allentown, Pennsylvania. She was named second-team all-conference.

Mackenzie Greene (Ocean City) finished ninth (28:45.70) for Immaculata at the inaugural Atlantic East Conference Championships 6K in Scott Township, Pennsylvania.

Women’s swimming

Ryann Styer (Ocean City) was sixth in the 50 free (23.83) for South Carolina in a 157-143 loss to Georgia.

Amanda Nunan (Ocean City) was third in the 1,000 (9:59.70) for Tennessee in a 155-145 loss to Louisville. She also was fourth in the 500 (4:55.42). In a 206-94 win over Alabama, she was second in both the 1,000 (9:59.79) and the 500 (4:57.27).

Women’s rowing

Olivia Martinelli (Ocean City) was the coxswain for West Virginia’s varsity-four C boat that finished 12th in a field of 44 at the Head of the Schuylkill in Philadelphia.

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I graduated from Rowan University in 2011 where I studied journalism. I covered local high school and college sports at the South Jersey Times and Vineland Daily Journal. I have been a sports reporter with The Press since July of 2013

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