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Cape May County playoff roundup

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Middle Township vs Lower Cape May girls lacrosse

Lower Cape May Regional’s Jenna Durbin, left, and Middle Township’s Aubrey Hunter fight for a loose ball during the first half Thursday in Cape May Court House.

Middle Township High School golfer P.J. Schulte competed at the Tournament of Champions on Monday.

Schulte shot an 89 to finish 16 out of 22 Group I golfers at the par-72 Hopewell Valley Golf Course in Mercer County. He reached the T.O.C. by placing third at the S.J. Group I tournament last week.

Middle girls lacrosse: The Panthers, seeded third in the S.J. Group II tournament, ended its season Monday in the semifinals.

The Panthers (15-5) dropped 12-6 to second-seeded Camden Catholic. Kira Sides led the Panthers with three goals, finishing the season with a state-leading 129 goals. Maddie Barber had a goal and three assists, bringing her state-leading total in helpers to 109.

The Panthers eliminated rival Lower Cape May Regional (10-9) in the second round, winning 21-10.

S.J. softball: Wildwood Catholic earned the top seed and a first-round bye in the S.J. Non-Public B tournament. The Crusaders hosted No. 9 Holy Spirit on Thursday in a game too late for this edition.

No. 11-seeded Middle Township lost 10-9 to Haddon Heights in the first round of S.J. Group II. Also in the first round, No. 15 Lower Cape May loss to No. 2 West Deptford 10-0.

S.J. baseball: Cape May Tech, seeded 13th, lost 4-3 to No. 4 Schalick in the first round of S.J. Group I. Wildwood Catholic is seeded 14th in S.J. Non-Public B and traveled to No. 3 St. Rose on Thursday.

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