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Field hockey

Sept. 14

Hammonton 3, Clearview 2 (OT) — Ashley Ranere had two goals and Gianna Mortellite scored once to lead Hammonton to an overtime win.

Goalie Madison Mathes made 23 saves in the victory. Brooke Beebe and Gabrielle Dimeglio both picked up an assist for the Blue Devils.

Sept. 16

Hammonton 5, Highland 0 — Mortellite registered a hat trick and added an assist in the victory.

Ranere scored twice, and Sierra Scola and Christina Carnesale assisted on one goal each. Mathes needed to make just two saves to earn the shutout.

Sept. 18

Hammonton 1, Kingsway 1 (OT) — Gabrielle Dimeglio scored on an assist from Mortellite as the Blue Devils remained unbeaten in the young season.

Mathes had a stellar game in the Hammonton goal, recording 18 saves.

Coming up — The Blue Devils travel to Triton on Sept. 23 before coming home against GCIT on Sept. 25. Hammonton is on the road at Delsea Regional on Sept. 28.

Boys’ soccer

Sept. 14

Clearview 1, Hammonton 0 — Hammonton keeper Devin Piro stopped five of six shots in the loss.

Sept. 16

Hammonton 7, Highland 0 — Vincent Petulla scored three goals and Zach Piro added two to lead Hammonton to victory.

Tyler Oster and Jared Yamada recorded two assists each. Keeper Devin Piro made four saves to earn the shutout.

Sept. 19

Williamstown 2, Hammonton 0 — Devin Piro made five saves for Hammonton.

Coming up — Hammonton hosts Triton on Sept. 23 before traveling to GCIT on Sept. 25. The Blue Devils host Winslow on Sept. 28.

Girls’ soccer

Sept. 14

Hammonton 4, Clearview 0 — Kylie Mocarski netted two goals as the Blue Devils started the season with its third straight win.

Brooke Finnerty and Victoria Massey also scored for the Blue Devils. McKenna Forry made 10 saves for the shutout.

Sept. 16

Hammonton 3, Highland 2 — Mocarski had a hand in all three goals, scoring once and assisting two others as the Blue Devils improved to 4-0. Madison Chiola and Elizabeth Thackston also scored in the win.

Sept. 18

Rancocas Valley 2, Hammonton 1 — Thackston scored on an assist from Marissa Deltufo, but the Blue Devils suffered their first loss of the season.

Coming up — Hammonton is at Triton on Sept. 23 before hosting GCIT on Sept. 25 and Absegami on Sept. 29.

Boys’ cross country

Sept. 15

Highland 21, Hammonton 34 — Hammonton’s Joe Dougherty finished fourth with a team-best time of 15 minutes, 48 seconds. Blue Devil teammates James Brady (15:49), Shawn DiBona (16:10), Jordan Ciocco (16:12), and Phil Iuliucci (16:26) finished sixth through ninth, respectively.

Sept. 19

South Jersey Shootout — Dougherty (16:30.3) and Brady (16:53) finished seventh and ninth, respectively, in the first and second runners race.

In the third and fourth runners race, DiBona (17:22.96) and Ciocco (17:27.74) finished 11th and 13th at Gloucester County College.

Phillip Iuliucci (18:00.66) was seventh in the fifth, sixth and seventh runners race with teammate Jeff Bailey (18:24.39) coming in 15th.

Coming up — Hammonton hosts Kingsway and Triton on Sept. 29 at Hammonton Lake Park.

Girls’ cross country

Sept 15

Hammonton 18, Highland 45 — Hammonton’s Diane Hoffman (19:33) and Isabella Massey (20:45) finished 1-2 in the win.

Riley Patterson (21:07), Marina Elias (21:21) and Megan McFerren (21:42) finished fourth through sixth.

Hammonton 24, Triton 34 — Hoffman (19:33) finished second against Triton.

The Blue Devils took the win when Massey (20:45), Patterson (21:07), Elias (21:21) and McFerren (21:42) took spots four through seven.

Sept. 19

South Jersey Shootout — Hammonton’s top two runners, Hoffman (22:16.54) and Massey (22:47.07) finished 30th and 33rd, respectively, in the one and two runners race.

Elias (22:06.92) was 21st and Patterson (23:30) was 25th in the three and four runners race. McFerren (23:37.47) was 23rd and Alexis Braun (25:12.21) took 34th in the five, six and seventh runners event.

Coming up — The Blue Devils host Kingsway on Sept. 29.

Girls’ tennis

Sept. 14

Delsea 3, Hammonton 2 — Kayla Lisek won 6-1, 6-4 at first singles, and Julia Harrington won 6-1, 6-1 at third singles for Hammonton.

Sept. 16

Hammonton 3, Highland 2 — The Blue Devils swept singles for to earn the win. Lisek won 6-2, 6-3 at the top spot while Kara Samuel picked up a point at second singles, winning 6-4, 6-2. Harrington cruised to a 6-0, 6-0 win at third singles.

Sept. 17

Hammonton 5, Timber Creek 0 — The Blue Devils won their second straight match with a sweep of Timber Creek.

Hannah Cohen and Alexandra Guillot won at first doubles, and Julia Clancy and Sarah Richardson picked up a point at second doubles. Lisek, Samuel and Harrington all won in straight sets during singles play.

Coming up — Hammonton hosts GCIT on Sept. 24 and is at Kingsway on Sept. 28.

— Giuseppe Ungaro

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