Westfield, NJ – The Westfield Blue Devils shutout the Crusaders of A.L. Johnson from Clark 4-0 at Kehler Stadium today. Special kudos to keeper Meg Brody of Westfield who protected the goal in place of an absent starting keeper Claire Bennett. Westfield scord within the first 12 minutes of play when #16 Tara Handza kicked in a goal. The score remained 1-0 until four minutes into the second period when #21 Hannah Wharam knocked one into the net. Fifteen minutes later #17 Corrine Parkinson threaded the ball past the outstretched right arm of ALJ’s keeper Brittany Murray. With almost 67 minutes of the game over, #16 Tara Handza used her head to knock in her second goal of the day. Westfield’s fifth an final goal was from #3 Becca Kape who scored with just over a minute left in the game.
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Photos by Alex Cena
Ridgewood, NJ – Academy of Holy Angels defeated Ridgewood 3-1 in a girls high school varsity soccer game held at Maple Field Park. AHA’s #4 Freshmen Julie Heyboer scored a game high two goals, while senior as well as co-captain #17 Catherine Crimmins had one goal and #14 Sophomore Lauren Skae had an assist. Keeper and co-captain Liz best had 8 saves. For Ridgewood,sophomore #4 Samantha Cermak scored a goal with an assist from junior #7 Kelly Conheeney. Ridgewood’s senior keeper Laura Colvin had 3 saves.
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Photos by Eugene Parciasepe, Jr.
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Westfield, NJ – The Cranford @ Westfield boys varsity soccer game ended scoreless. After the appearance of lightning
and eventually rain, the game was called by the officials before the commencement of overtime play.
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Photos by Alex Cena
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Summit, NJ – In two games, The Kent Place Dragons defeated the Rams of Abraham Clark of Roselle in girls high school volleyball. 25-12, 25-14
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Photos by Alex Cena