Casey Murray had a goal and two assists Friday in a 4-2 Mainland Regional High School field hockey win over Atlantic City in a Cape-Atlantic League American Division game.

Brooke Albuquerque had a goal and an assist for Mainland (7-7). Mara Beck and Ariana Dinofa had a goal each. Hannah Blake had an assist. Alex Pugliese-Conroy made 11 saves.

Katie Master led Atlantic City (7-6-1) with two goals. Hailey Broom and Megan Dougherty had an assist each.

Najay’e Albright had seven saves.

Our Lady of Mercy 1, St. Joseph 0

Kaitlyn Fallon scored in the first half for host OLMA (7-6-1), and Madison Franquet assisted. MeganRae Burke had four saves for St. Joseph (3-10-2).

Middle Township 2,

Cedar Creek 0

Lexie Frank and Kate Herlihy each scored in the first half for host Middle Township (14-2). Amber Howatt had five saves for the shutout. Gabbie Luko made nine stops for Cedar Creek (6-11).

From Thursday

Schalick 4,

Cumberland Reg. 0

Dominique Rodriguez led Schalick (14-1-1) with two goals.

Madison DuBois and Ava Trexler had one each. Juliana Donato had three assists. Calli Ellison made two saves.

Madeline Ott had 23 saves for Cumberland Regional (6-10-1).

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