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Thurs. S.J. boys' and girls' roundup: Kay earns 100th win

Haddon Township girls' soccer coach Jim Kay celebrated his 100th career victory on Thursday, when the host Hawks leveled Lindenwold, 6-0, in a Colonial Conference match.

Haddon Township girls' soccer coach Jim Kay celebrated his 100th career victory on Thursday, when the host Hawks leveled Lindenwold, 6-0, in a Colonial Conference match.

Kim Gaskill led the way with two goals and one assist, and Erin Butrica set up a pair of scores. Lindenwold goalie Kara Crocker made 12 saves.

In other Colonial Conference games:

Apryle Panyi had a hat trick while Jenna Rizzo and Mady Lord added two goals apiece to send Audubon to an 8-0 win at Paulsboro.

Taylor Nichols produced a goal and two assists for host Haddon Heights, which seized control early in cruising past Overbrook, 6-0.

Olympic. Brittany Ratcliffe (two goals) led a half-dozen players in the scoring column for second-ranked Paul VI, and goalie Stephanie Verna faced just one shot as the host Eagles crushed Camden Catholic, 7-0.

Burlington County. Caroline Eckerle dished out a pair of assists, one of which led to Kerri Hinkelmon's first goal of the season, and Melissa Bishop (seven saves) was solid in the nets as Holy Cross won, 2-0, at Rancocas Valley.

Megan Hadfield scored twice for Pemberton, which took command in the second half to pull away to a 4-1 win at Palmyra.

Kacie Booth turned aside 12 shots, and Allison Vallen set up two goals, keying Maple Shade's 3-0 home win over Willingboro.

Tri-County. Chelsea Abhau paced Pennsville's offense with two goals, and Brielyn Hackett chipped in a goal and an assist in a 7-0 romp at Gloucester.

Penn-Jersey. Elena Zangerle orchestrated Doane Academy's attack, scoring twice and setting up a pair of goals in a 5-2 triumph at Girard College.

Boys' Soccer

Nick Sample took his role of playmaker to another level, assisting on six goals, while Adam Coyle, Travis Ward, and Peter Zariello each scored twice in New Egypt's 7-0 home win over Willingboro in the Burlington County League.

In another Burlco match, Charles Wheaton had two goals, Emmanuel Temeh contributed a goal and an assist, and Trenton Catholic keeper Simeon Donzon stopped five shots as the host Iron Mikes blanked Burlington City, 3-0.

Tri-County. Tom Schneigel popped in a pass from Jason Coles midway through the first overtime period, allowing host Kingsway to hand Woodstown its first loss of the season, 1-0. Jimmy Amorebella stopped five shots in shutting down the Wolverines.

Host Pennsville used a pair of goals by C.J. Braxter to put away Gloucester, 3-0. The Lions could not get any of their six shots past Eagles netminder Sean Diggerness.

Colonial. Senior midfielder Matt Taylor set a personal, single-game high with four goals in Haddon Heights' 5-1 win at Overbrook.

Bob Tegan scored twice in the first eight minutes and added an insurance goal with five minutes to go in the second half, giving the junior his second consecutive hat trick and ensuring Audubon's 4-1 victory over visiting Paulsboro.

Third-ranked Haddon Township rolled, 6-1, behind two goals apiece from Collin Andrew and Zach Curl.

Anthony Colofranson's hat trick led the way for No. 10 Gateway, which doubled up host Woodbury, 4-2.

Cape-Atlantic. Marco Grotti and Sirweah Quioh combined for two goals and three assists in powering host Millville past Absegami, 4-1.

Dominick Palmieri, Chase Tenbrook, and Dylan Morton scored in the first half to put St. Augustine on course for a 3-1 victory at Vineland.

Nonleague. Dylan Meyler converted a penalty kick three minutes into overtime, and James Barnett (eight saves) went the distance in goal, making host Triton a 1-0 winner over Delsea. The Mustangs carried the play throughout, forcing Delsea goalie Nick McBride to make 20 saves.

Field Hockey

Katie Blancket's second goal of the day, with 4 minutes, 48 seconds to go in regulation, completed Holy Spirit's 2-1, come-from-behind win at Lower Cape May in a Cape-Atlantic League match.

Becca Holden had nine saves for the Tigers, who enjoyed a 1-0 lead thanks to Jess Dougherty's first-half goal.

Elsewhere in the Cape-Atlantic:

Angela Jackson's five-goal, one-assist performance paved the way for Millville's 8-1 rout of visiting Vineland.

Middle Township used second-half goals by Maddie Anagnou and Danielle White to pull out a 2-1 decision at Buena.

Tri-County. Courtney Colletti's hat trick was more than enough for host Pennsville, which matched its best offensive showing of the season in pounding Penns Grove, 5-0.

Jenna Stuart scored twice in Salem's 3-0 win at Woodstown.