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Olivia Fiocchi scored to lead the Our Lady of Mercy Academy girls soccer team to a 1-0 victory over Buena Regional in a cape-Atlantic League United Division game Tuesday.

Isabella Testa made three saves for the Villagers (11-2-1).

Jessica Perella made eight saves for the  Chiefs (7-2-3).

Cedar Creek 4,

Lower Cape May Reg. 0

Corissa Robbins had three goals for Cedar Creek (9-5-1). Corinne Morgan had a goal and an assist. Olivia Vanelli had three saves.

Kiara Soto had 15 saves for Lower Cape May (3-11).

Holy Spirit 6,

Cape May Tech 0

Gianna Snyder scored twice for Holy Spirit (8-4). Megan McCully, Melody Pugliese, Jenna Bradberry and Hailey Mastro each scored once.

Cape May Tech fell to 2-9.

Kingsway Reg. 1,

Hammonton 0

Victoria Natale scored the only goal of the game in the first half for host Kingsway (7-5-1), and Jackie Descano assisted. Stephanie Martelli had to make three saves for the shutout. Emma Peretti had nine saves for Hammonton (4-8-1).

From Monday

Wildwood Catholic 6,

Pleasantville 0

Bella Orlowicz, Marianna Papazoglou, Gwen Orlowicz, Caroline Deegler, Ivy Bolle and Jersey Rogers each scored once for the Crusaders (6-3-3). Papazoglou also had two assist. Cassidy Robb, Riley Kane and Carly Murphy each had one assist.

Laura Santiago made 13 saves for the Greyhounds (1-8-1).

Cherry Hill East 7,

Middle Twp. 1

Katie Quarry led host Cherry Hill East (7-7) with three goals. Lily Cohen made four saves for the win. Middle fell to 4-7. No other information was available.

Pilgrim Academy 4,

Gloucester County Christian 1

Sophia Parise led Pilgrim Academy with two goals and two assists.

Mackenzie Smith had two goals. 

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