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Sixth-ranked Ocean City field hockey team shuts out Millville: Late Monday roundup

Sixth-ranked Ocean City field hockey team shuts out Millville: Late Monday roundup

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Ocean City High School’s Brooke Hanley and Tricia Nicoletti scored three and two goals, respectively, to lead the host Red Raiders to a 6-0 victory over Millville 6-0 in a Cape-Atlantic League field hockey game Monday.

The Red Raiders (5-1) are ranked sixth in The Press Elite 11.

Carly Hanin added one goal for the Red Raiders. Julia Neff and Andi Helphenstine had two assists apiece, and Racheli Levy-Smith and Camryn Flynn each had one. Ocean City scored four goals in the second quarter.

Lily Mahabir made 16 saves for Millville (1-2-1).

Pinelands Regional 1, Lacey Township 0: Akayla Palmucci scored the game’s only goal for visiting Pinelands (4-3) in the second quarter. Julia Morrin recorded the shutout with six saves. Maeve Meehan had nine stops for Lacey (4-3).

Absegami 1, Atlantic City 0: Theresa Casalnova scored the game's only goal for host Absegami (2-3) in the second quarter. Vivian Jiang made 18 saves for the shutout. The Vikings fell to 1-4-1.

Middle Twp. 1, Oakcrest 1 OT: Katie Haye scored for the Falcons (1-2-1). Addison Maulone assisted. Ava Broadbent made three saves. Olivia Verdade scored for the Panthers (1-3-1). Hannah Hagan made five saves.

No. 5 Egg Harbor Twp. 4, Vineland 1: Brianne Macchia finished with two assists and scored once for the Eagles (6-0), who are ranked No. 5 in the Elite 11. Ella Meisenhelter, Jessie Alkins and Julia Zappile each scored once. Kara Wilson added two assists. Rebecca Macchia made five saves. Mariana Lopez scored for Vineland (0-5-1). Morgan Harrell-Alvarez made 35 saves.


Atlantic Christian 4, Cape May Tech 1: Paige Noble scored twice for the host Cougars (3-1), and Reyna Lewis and Alicia O’Donnell each had one goal. Eden Wilson had three assists, and Taylor Sutton made five saves for the win.

Alyssa Gery scored for Tech (0-3) and Hailey Pinto made 14 saves.

Barnegat 4, Lower Cape May 0: Isabel Guiro scored and added an assist for the Bengals (4-3). Delaney Dobbin, Kaitlin Lutcza and Sydney Collins each scored once. Kallie Kawka finished with two assists. Alexis Sugden added an assist. Camryn Gartner made three saves. Kaia Ray made seven for the Caper Tigers (1-2).

Clayton 5, Wildwood 0: Jayda Chambers and Kelsey Thomas each scored twice for Clayton (3-1). Sinaia Stroman-Hills made 18 saves for the Warriors (2-2).

Cumberland Reg. 8, Salem 1: The Colts (1-4) earned their first win of the season. Bridget Hitchner scored twice to go with an assist. Dallas Sprouse added two assists. Cree Johnson, Julia DiFilippantonio, Kierra Hall, Taryn Richie, Abby Shafer and Peyton Elwell each scored once. Gianna Capelli and Sylvia Santiago each made two saves. Salem fell to 0-4.

No. 2 Ocean City 3, Mainland Reg. 1: Summer Reimet scored twice and added an assist for the Red Raiders (3-0). Naomi Nnewihe scored once. Hope Slimmer and Tori Vliet each added an assist. Vliet made six saves. Jane Meade scored for the Mustangs (2-1-1). Camryn Dirkes assisted. Genevieve Morrison made nine saves.


No. 8 Ocean City 4, Mainland Regional 2: John Lindsay scored two goals and added two assists for host Ocean City (4-0), which is ranked No. 8 in the Elite 11. Lambros Koutsfetsoulis had a goal and two assists, and Ori Levy-Smith also scored. Evan Schweibinz made three saves for the win.

For Mainland (2-1), Alex Wise had a goal and an assist. Jeff Thomas had seven saves.

Lower Cape May Regional 1, Barnegat 0: Miguel Valencia scored in the second half for host Lower (3-0-1). Ryan Anderson made nine saves for the shutout. Barnegat dropped to 1-6.

Hammonton 3, Timber Creek 0: Nick Iuliucci had a goal and an assist for the host Blue Devils (4-1), and Carter Bailey and Tyler Lowe each scored one goal. All the scoring came in the first half. Gavin West and Michael Gehres contributed assists. Chris Volk had three saves for the shutout. Timber Creek fell to 0-5.

Vineland 4, Bridgeton 3: David Fanucci scored twice for Vineland (4-2). Ethan Spinnato and Eoghan Edgar each added two assists and scored once. Tristan DeLeon made six saves. Michael Sandoval scored twice for the Bulldogs (1-3). Brandon Tlatepla scored once. Yasir Dawkins added an assist.

Lacey Twp. 2, Southern Reg. 1: Mateo Musmanni scored twice for the Lions (4-0-1). Dom Lorio and Logan Gross each added an assist. Ryan Fitzgerald made 11 saves. Mario Addiego scored off an assists from Mathieu Leonard for the Rams (1-3-1). Nathaniel Bott made five saves.

No. 3 St. Augustine 4, Cedar Creek 0: Patrick Earnest scored twice for the Hermits (4-1), who are No. 3 in the Elite 11. Mason Cassady and Sawyer Widecrantz each scored once. Aidan Davis, Christian Torpey, Justin Ceccanecchio and Ethan Torpey each added an assist. Kyle O'Connor made 23 saves for Cedar Creek (2-4).

ACIT 6, Atlantic City 0: Benny Sanchez scored twice to go with an assist for ACIT (1-4). Billy Estevez, Axel Mayren and Isidro Sanchez each scored once. Alex Prajzner and Anthony Ramos each finished with an assist. Erick Perez made five saves. Robert Fishbein made six save for the Vikings (0-4).


Hammonton 2, ACIT 1: The Blue Devils took the first and third sets to win the match. Kylie Lipsas had six kills for visiting Hammonton (4-2) and Alyssa Kelsey had 26 digs. Tiffany Paretti had five kills, six digs, seven assists, 11 service points and six aces. Cara Rivera had five kills, 14 digs and seven service points.

For the Red Hawks (1-5), Olivia Magro had six kills and three aces, Myla Domazet added four kills and four aces, and Grace Speer had three kills and four blocks.

Cedar Creek 2, Middle Township 0: The host Pirates upped their season mark to 5-0. The scores were 25-11 and 25-10. Tiernan James had three kills, nine service points and three aces for Cedar Creek. Kileen McNeill added two kills, four service points and three aces. Emily Schieferstein and Lyla Bellino each added three kills. Middle fell to 0-5.

Oakcrest 2, Our Lady of Mercy Academy 1: The Falcons (3-2) won with scores of 25-19, 20-25 and 25-21.

No. 9 Pinelands Reg. 2, Howell 0: The Wildcats (4-1) won 25-14, 25-23. Caitlyn Downes led with 11 digs, five service points, two aces and two assists. Molly Quigley-Sanborn added eight assists to go with three digs. Bailey Lawrence finished with seven assists. Jayne Wilkinson had six kills. Samantha Poling added five aces.

No. 3 Southern Reg. 2, Toms River North 0: Southern won 25-16, 25-20. Molly Regulski led with 12 assists to go with three aces and two digs for the Rams (3-4). Jordyn Hamlin added seven kills and seven digs. Hailea Krause finished with five kills and five digs. Anna Malandro and Brianna Otto each added eight digs.

Pleasantville 2, Lower Cape May Reg. 1: The Greyhounds won 21-25, 25-12, 25-14. Faith Gracia led with 18 assists, 13 service points and five aces for Pleasantville (3-1). Jayla Trice added nine service points, eight kills and three blocks. Araceli Martinez finished with seven service points, six kills and five digs.

Lakewood 2, Lacey Twp. 1: Lakewood (2-4) won 13-25, 25-14, 25-17. Lochlyn Martin led with 13 digs for Lacey (0-6). Emily Hauptvogel added 10 digs and six kills. Hope DeWitt finished with 11 digs and eight kills. Riley Mahan added 10 service points, nine assists, six digs and four kills.

Audra Sockriter led with five digs to go with three service points for Lower (0-5). Alyssa Ferrante added four digs.

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