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NJ TOC girls’ semifinals: Moorestown is ousted by Oak Knoll; Suimmit shocks Ridgewood

Wednesday, 3rd June 2015

Categories Girl's/Women's, High School, Posted 6/4/15

Ali Baiocco scored five goals and Cassie Ford had four goals and three assists as Oak Knoll broke open a one-goal game with an 8-1 spurt to down three-time defending champion Moorestown, 13-10, today in the Nee Jersey Tournament of Champions lacrosse semifinals at Monmouth University.

Moorestown, the Group 3 champion, closed at 20-4.

Oak Knoll (22-2) advances to its first TOC final and will meet Summit, a 6-5 winner over top-seeded and previously-undefeated Ridgewood, on Saturday at 5 p.m. Ridgewood (23-1) was ranked No. 2 in the STEPS Lacrosse North America Rankings.

Summit won the game on a goal by Julia Pershel with just three seconds to play.

Ford sparked the Oak Knoll surge late in the first half as the Royals took an 8-4 lead into halftime and stretched it to 13-5 before the Quakers tallied the final five goals of the game.

Emily Troy led Moorestown with three goals and Quinn Nicolai had a pair.

Oak Knoll 13, Moorestown 10

Oak Knoll 8 5 13
Moorestown 4 6 10

Oak Knoll

Ali Baiocco 5g
Nicole Baiocco 2g
Cassie Ford 4g, 3a
Diana Kelly 1g
Allison Sayia 1g
ackie McCall 8 saves

Olivia Alvarez 1g
Melanie Becker 1g, 1a
Abbey Brooks 1g
Quinn Nicolai 2g
Alex O’Donnell 1g, 1a
Adriana Pendino 1g
Emily Troy 3g
Jessica Goralski 4 saves
Miranda Chrone 1 save



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