Allie Canal's goal with 2 minutes, 48 seconds left in overtime proved the difference as Bishop Eustace edged host Camden Catholic, 3-2, on Wednesday to clinch the Olympic Conference National Division field hockey title.

Gabby Latorre and Kelly Quinn gave the Crusaders a 2-0 first-half lead, but Camden Catholic rallied behind Tara Vittese.

Vittese cut the deficit in half with 8 minutes to go in the second half, and then set up Danielle Frasca's tying goal with 4:45 remaining in regulation.

Alex Pecora stopped six shots in picking up the win for Bishop Eustace (10-2 overall, 7-0 division), which also defeated the Irish, 3-2, in the teams' first meeting of the season.

Colonial. Haddonfield had to come from behind, but a five-goal second-half outburst allowed the Bulldogs to stay perfect with a 6-2 triumph at Haddon Heights.

Dazmonique Carr's two first-half goals sent the Garnets to intermission with a 2-1 lead, but Cat Thomas scored twice and Tenaya Clark knocked in the go-ahead goal with 25 minutes remaining, and Haddonfield rolled on to its 14th win of the season.

Haddon Township's bid for the Patriot Division crown was damaged in a 6-3 loss at Audubon. Megan Anstotz and Julie Johnson had two goals apiece and goalie Miranda Mistalski made four saves to allow the Green Wave to put the game away with a 4-1 second-half blitz.

Patriot Division leader Gateway had no problem pounding host Paulsboro, 9-2. The Gators prevailed behind four goals from Natalie Kanuer and two scores by Megan Matsuk.

Burlington County. Ciarra Sweet capped her hat trick by tapping home the game-winning goal with 4:33 to go as Medford Tech posted a 3-2 come-from-behind victory at Palmyra.

Dana Foedisch and Olivia Snow each had a goal for the 0-14 Panthers, who had been shut out in their last 12 matches.


In an Olympic Conference meeting between two area powers, top-ranked Lenape struck early and held on for a 3-1 win at No. 3 Washington Township.

Tori Prager led the Indians' attack with a goal and an assist. Courtney Norton and Katie Rigby also scored in support of goalie Allison Johnson (6 saves).

Claire Midili sent home a pass from Cathryn McCarry to give the Minutemaids hope in the second half. Township keeper Kylie Gorman was strong in net, finishing with a dozen saves.

Cape-Atlantic. Rebecca Sartorio scored twice, Ally Vitrano had one goal, and Lea Manning and Lexi Robinson each contributed an assist in guiding No. 8 Absegami to a 3-1 home win over Vineland.

Laina Matus of Egg Harbor Township opened the scoring in the 39th minute, but Brandy Toso and Hannah Daigle countered with goals in a three-minute span late in the second half to give host Millville a 2-1 win.

Tri-County. Jessica Nines buried a direct free kick from 20 yards out to put host Penns Grove ahead to stay in a 3-2 triumph over Wildwood. Jess Freeman had both goals for the Warriors.

Clayton broke open a scoreless battle by firing in four goals over the final 24 minutes, as the Clippers sailed to a 4-0 triumph at Deptford.

Burlington County. Cinnaminson used a pair of second-half goals by Becky Forcellini and shutout goaltending by Vicky Cocozza to pull out a 2-0 victory at Burlington Township.

Nonleague. Vanessa Kara pumped in four goals to power host Moorestown Friends past Doane Academy, 5-0. Brianna Howarth added a goal and an assist and Victoria Geyer had a pair of assists for the Foxes.