Youth served the Riverside girls' soccer team well on Tuesday, when the host Rams broke into the win column in dramatic fashion.
Lexi Johnson's goal tied it with 18 seconds left in regulation, and fellow freshman Cheyenne Armstrong headed in Jessica Tucker's corner kick seven minutes into overtime for a 2-1 triumph over Florence.
Ashley Swiderski scored in the second half for the Flashes, but goalkeeper Melissa Callahan (eight saves) was perfect the rest of the way for 1-9 Riverside.
In another Burlington County League stunner, Taylor Lewis capped her hat trick by tucking in the tying goal with 1 minute, 35 seconds to go in the second half, and then sent a corner kick into the box that Kara Cezar cashed in midway through the second overtime to rally host Willingboro past New Egypt, 4-3.
Nonleague. Madison Tiernan picked up her ninth and 10th goals of the season, setting an example for freshman Sydney Jackson - who scored in her varsity debut - as host Eastern turned back Williamstown, 4-0.
In just the second season of its varsity program, GCIT guaranteed its first NJSIAA playoff berth by rallying to tie visiting Gloucester Catholic, 3-3, in a Tri-County Conference match.
Kaeli Renzi's second goal of the match pulled the Cheetahs (6-3-2) even with 1 minute, 31 seconds remaining in regulation. Goals by Taylor Burns, Kelly Getty and Carly Lundstrom had staked the Rams to a 3-1 second-half lead.
In other Tri-County matches:
Pitman held off host Schalick, 3-2, behind goals by Annie Boyd, Samantha Shimkus and Danielle Williams.
Shannon Scott accounted for all of Salem's scoring with two goals and a pair of assists, as the host Rams pulled away from Pennsville, 4-0. Whitney Hankins kept the Eagles competitive with 22 saves.
Ali McCardell led nine scorers with a hat trick, Bella Mumma scored twice, and Jacklyn Pauling and Emily Scanlon combined for three goals and seven assists as Clearview toppled host Highland, 13-0.
Olympic. One day after suffering a 2-1 overtime loss to Cherokee, host Cherry Hill East came up short once again in a 2-0 setback against Lenape.
Hunter Grey scored and set up Kelsey Knowles' goal, while Amanda Cohen made a dozen saves in posting the shutout for the Indians.
Haley Canuso had a hat trick, Abby Watson and Nicole Troost each contributed two goals and one assist, and Jenna Pressler set up three scores to fuel Shawnee's 9-0 rout of visiting Winslow Township.
Colonial. Krista LaMaina's four-goal outburst was more than enough for Collingswood to crush visiting Woodbury, 8-2.
Burlington County. Steph Bacho and Kelly Reilly each scored a pair of goals for Holy Cross, which peppered Medford Tech goalie Nina Romano with 33 shots en route to a 7-0 road win.
Cape-Atlantic. St. Joseph picked up its third overtime win of the season when Molly Mullee poked home a pass from Emily DeMarco with 3:24 to go in the extra session, as the host Wildcats rallied to defeat Buena, 2-1.
Corrine Etter scored the first five goals of the game, and Devon Springsteadah contributed a goal and two assists as host Millville mauled Atlantic City, 7-2.
Jenn Eisenberg scored twice, boosting her season total to 20 goals, and junior Val Byron celebrated her first varsity goal, highlighting Mainland's 5-0 home win over Absegami.
Friends Schools. Netminder Lauren Brill kept busy, turning aside a dozen shots, to help Moorestown Friends hold off host Friends' Central, 2-1. Katherine Churchill and Lara Savon scored in the first half for the Foxes.