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Moorestown advances to TOC finals with 11-10 win over Ridgewood

Thursday, 6th June 2019

Categories Girl's/Women's, High School  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 6/6/19

Logan Lillie made a key stop in the final minute as one of her seven saves to preserve Moorestown’s 11-10 win over Ridgewood Wednesday in the New Jersey Tournament of Champions semifinal at Middletown South.

Moorestown (19-4), the defending TOC champion and Group 3 winner, plays top-seeded and Group 1 cha,p Oak Knoll in the final on Saturday at 5 p.m. at Kean University. Oak Knoll blitzed Haddonfield, 19-9.

Sophia McHugh scored the go-ahead goal for Moorestown late in the game, breaking an 8-8 tie. She also had the next goal.

Ashley Nutt had three goals and three assists and Janey Galski added three goals for Moorestown, which used a 5-0 run to seize a 6-2 lead before allowing Ridgewood to tie it, 7-7, at halftime.

Haddonfield (19-4), the Group 2 champion, fell behind at halftime, 10-4. Caroline Beckett scored five goals for Haddonfield.

New Jersey Girls’ Tournament of Champions
Semifinals

Moorestown 11, Ridgewood 10
Ridgewood 7 3 -10
Moorestown 7 4 -11

Ridgewood
Keely Bennett 2g
Cailin Bracken 1g, 1a
Annie McCarthy 2g, 1a
Katie McCarthy 1g
Marley Scala 2g, 1a
Jackie Wolak 2g
Kara Rahaim 5 saves

Moorestown
Isa Arvelo 5dc
Kayla Frank 1g, 3a
Janey Galski 3g
Avery Jaffe 1g
Sophia McHugh 2g
Ashley Nutt 3g, 3a
Dylan Silar 1g, 1a
Logan Lillie 7 saves

Oak Knoll 19, Haddonfield 9
Haddonfield 4 5 -9
Oak Knoll 10 9 19

Haddonfield
Caroline Beckett 5g
Ashley Campo 1g, 1a
Gabi Connor 2g, 1a
Emily Smart 1g

Oak Knoll
Riley Campbell 3g, 2a
Mary Kelly Doherty 2g
Katie Duttenhofer 1g, 2a
Julia Ford 3g, 1a, 3gb
Caitlin McHale 7dc
Sara McKenna 1g
Colleen Quinn 2g, 2a
Keelin Schlageter 2g, 2a
Christy Sieber 2g
Kayleigh Wolff 2g

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