Gloucester County girls soccer roundup for Sept. 30: West Deptford wins

Rachel Barford had a goal and an assist as West Deptford used a strong second half to defeat Gloucester 6-0 in Westville.

West Deptford (7-3) took a 1-0 lead into halftime before scoring five more goals in the second half.

Kelly O’Connell made 10 saves for Gloucester (5-3-1).

Sterling 1, Kingsway 0

Ireland Kay’s second-half goal propelled Sterling to an 8-0 start as it defeated Kingsway 1-0 in Woolwich Township.

Montgomery Draham recorded the assist on the go-ahead goal while Madison Sims made eight saves.

Ashley Brown tallied five saves for Kingsway (5-5).

Williamstown 1, Millville 0

Nicole Cirucci scored the only goal of the game in the first half as red-hot Williamstown collected a non-league win, blanking Millville, 1-0, in Millville.

It was the fifth straight victory for the Braves (7-2), and fourth shutout during the win streak.

Madison Schill collected the shutout in goal for Williamstown, which has a big Tri-County Conference Royal Division rematch at home against Kingsway on Monday.

The Dragons beat the Braves, 3-2, to open the season.

After a 3-0 start to the season, Millville fell to 3-3-2.

Cedar Creek 3, Our Lady of Mercy 0

Corinne Morgan accounted for all of the scoring as Cedar Creek blanked Our Lady of Mercy Academy, 3-0, Friday in Egg Harbor City.

Quinlan Branca and Bianca Fuentes each had an assist for the Pirates (8-2) who won their second game in a row.

Elizabeth Giamboy made seven saves for the Villagers (5-4-1).

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