Burlington County girls soccer roundup for Wednesday Sept. 28: Neal lifts No. 11 Cherokee

Freshman Caroline Neal scored a pair of goals to increase her season total to four and send Cherokee, No. 11 in the NJ.com Top 20, to a 5-2 win over Camden Catholic in Marlton.

Olivia Marrone netted her sixth team-high goal of the year to go with two assists as Cherokee remained unbeaten at 7-0.

Dillan Sorino and Darby Chhabria scored for Camden Catholic (2-4-1).

Burlington City 5, Westampton Tech 4

Mackenzie Cash scored twice and set up another goal as Burlington City earned an exciting 5-4 win over Westampton Tech in Westampton.

Mckenna Balas also scored twice and Ashley Cabrera found the back of the net as well to help Burlington City raise its record to 7-1.

The game was tied at 2 at the half and at 4 at the end of regulation.

Zoey Spady and Arabella Sosa scored two goals apiece for Westampton Tech (4-4).

Eastern 6, Camden Tech 0

Nevaeh Roark had a goal and two assists and Kasey Eustace scored twice to lead Eastern, No. 12 in the NJ.com Top 20, to a 6-0 win over Camden Tech in Voorhees.

Kendall Nelson, Emily Stewart and Kadence Dumas also scored for Eastern, which raised its record to 7-1-1.

Grace Ludwick made five saves for Camden Tech (1-7).

Holy Cross 2, Moorestown 1

Natalie Schultz stopped a penalty kick late in the second half to keep the game tied, and Holy Cross went on to earn a thrilling 2-1 overtime win over Moorestown in Delran.

Ava Mostellar and Ava DeFulvio scored for Holy Cross, with Ava Vigoritto and Chloe Kundra providing the assists.

Schultz and Kylie Zimmermannn each had five saves as Holy Cross improved to 9-1.

Katie Bianco scored for Moorestown (3-4-1).

Westtown (PA) 3, Moorestown Friends 0

Olivia Bley scored all three goals, one in the first half and the other two after the break, to spark Westtown to a 3-0 win over Moorestown Friends in Moorestown.

Chelsea Mohammed made 18 saves for Moorestown Friends (3-3-1).

Haddon Heights 3, Maple Shade 0

Haddon Heights extended its winning streak to three and improved to 4-5 with a 3-0 victory over Maple Shade in Maple Shade.

Maple Shade had its five-game unbeaten streak snapped and fell to 6-2-1.

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