Girls Soccer

| 28 Sep 2011 | 02:54

    High Point 7, Hopatcong 0 High Point roared to a 7-0 victory over Hopatcong as the Wildcats won their third straight in SCIL girls' soccer action. Keeper Ashley Enste had to make only two saves to record the shutout. Jessica Lain and Ashley Sanborn tallied two goals apiece, with Johanna Cerutti, Leanna Clausen and Shannon McEvoy adding solo goals. High Point 4, Vernon 1 On Wednesday, the Wildcats clawed Vernon 4-1 after trailing 1-0 until three minutes remained in the first half. Lain scored twice with Ashley Carter and Sanborn chipping in with goals. Vernon 3, Jefferson 0 Vernon won its first girls' soccer game of the season on Friday afternoon when keeper Alexandra Potosnak came up with five saves to shut out Jefferson 3-0. Elise Fugowski, a junior, netted back-to-back goals three minutes apart in the first half, and Mandy Castello added an insurance tally with less than 13 minutes remaining on the game clock. Jerrica Lavooy picked up an assist. Wallkill 2, Jefferson 1 Wallkill Valley's Kathleen Paiva tallied her first two goals of the season as the Lady Rangers edged Jefferson 2-1. Erika Simmons and Sarah Hildebrand picked up assists. Sparta 6, Lenape 5 (OT) Sparta edged Lenape Valley 6-5 in overtime when Monica Stegman tallied her second goal of the game 65 seconds into OT. Trish DiPaulo netted four goals in the first half when LVR opened up a 4-1. Sparta rebounded with four straight goals in the second half, one by Stegman and two by Rachel Molina off assists from Stegman plus one by Danielle Jacobs. Stegman was chosen the SCIL Player of the Week. Sparta 3, Newton 3 Newton and Sparta battled to a 3-3 standoff after a pair of scoreless OT periods on Wednesday. Monica Stegman, Danielle D'Avanco and Kayla Kretchmer tallied goals for the Spartans while Kossie Flamouropolous, Anna Peterson and Magdaelna Recalde scored for the Braves.