Raylyn Straubmuller's hat trick and assist propelled Haddon Township girls' soccer team over Gateway in overtime, 4-3 on Wednesday. Lauren Fletcher added a goal and an assist and Madison Bradley made seven stops in goal. All four scores for the Hawks occurrred after intermission.
Harleigh Stine scored twice as Woodbury defeated Paulsboro, 4-0. Lea Malone and Sarah Schollenberger also chipped in with goals.
Sara Beidleman's second-half goal held up in Bishop Eustace's 1-0 shutout of Cherry Hill West. Nellie Manalo-LaManna made nine saves for the Crusaders.
Jada Thompson netted a pair of goals as Hammonton blanked Highland, 3-0. Alexa Gardner made 10 saves in net for the Blue Devils.
Kelsey White's deciding second-half goal lifted Ocean City over Absegami, 1-0.
Haddon Heights used a four-goal second-half to pull away from Overbrook, 5-0. The Garnets had five different goal scorers as Rachel Irish is credited with a shutout.
Ava Albergo and Carly Zaccaria combined for five goals in Paul VI's defeat of Camden Catholic, 6-1. Alyssa Carfagno tallied a score for the Eagles.
Alyssa Maggs' two goals led Rancocas Valley to a 3-0 victory over Pennsauken. Brianna Snowden chipped in a goal as Kristen Adams earned a three-save shutout.
Cedar Creek came from behind to score two second-half goals from Rhian Freire and Marlee Massaro to upend Middle Township, 2-1.
Olivia Loftin and Natalie Parker combined for five goals as Florence steamrolled Burlington City, 7-0. Elizabeth Reyes, Zohal Najem and Allison Slotkin each contributed an assist.
Katie Poch's first-half goal was enough in New Egypt's narrow 1-0 victory over Pemberton.
Collin Madden two goals helped Haddon Township improve to 5-0 with a 3-1 triumph over Gateway. Solomon Boukman also added a goal and Noel Gumbrecht made a save in net.
John Taylor scored twice as Haddon Heights raced past Overbrook, 6-0. Owen Genovesi added a goal and halved four assists with Kevin Kolaski. Connor Rink earned the shutout in net with two saves.
Bryan Andrade accounted for two goals and two assists as Sterling came from behind to defeat Collingswood, 4-2. Zach Collins and Jake Scully added second-half goals to complete the comeback. Tony Collins made seven saves.
Vineland's Ryan Cleveland broke a scoreless tie against visiting Millville in the 61st minute on a goal assisted by Camron Stahl. Kevin Villanueva stopped six shots for the shutout.
Down 3-1 at the break, Middle Township netted three unanswered goals in the second half to seal a 4-3 victory over Cedar Creek. David Gardner led the Panthers with two goals as Edward Proud and Max Gilbert each contributed with a goal apiece.