Thanks to weather postponements, we have Wednesday state girls soccer playoffs.  We’ve got a dramatic finish courtesy of Old Bridge, a Saint Rose upset and dominating efforts by Red Bank Catholic and Moorestown.

Red Bank Catholic 3 Mount Saint Mary 0 – Non-Public South “A” Semifinals

Freshman Morgan Cupo got the scoring started in the first five minutes and seniors Casey Pavlick and Sofia Giamanco added second-half scores to put the Caseys in the Non-Public “A” South finals against Pingry on Thursday.  JSZ has the highlights from Red Bank:

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Old Bridge 1 Monroe 0 – Central Group 4 Semifinals

Wednesday’s Central Group 4 Semifinal between Greater Middlesex Conference rivals 11th seed Monroe and second seed Old Bridge was a physical thrill ride that needed more than 80 minutes to play. With two minutes remaining in the first overtime sophomore Emmi DeNovellis scored the only goal of the game to send the Knights to their first sectional final in six years. They will face top seed Hunterdon Central on 11/9. JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez has the highlights:

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St. Rose 1 Rutgers Prep 0 | 2018 NJSIAA  Non-Public “B” South Semifinals

The 3 seed takes out the 2 seed in the South Non-Public B Girls Tournament. St. Rose’s defense kept them in this one, while Gabrielle Hueth came in clutch with a late 2nd half goal for the win. Check out full highlights now:

Moorestown 5 Ocean City 0 – NJSIAA South Jersey, Group 3 Tournament, Semifinal

The Moorestown Quakers scored three times in the first half of their semifinal game against Ocean City on Wednesday. Less than six minutes into play, senior Isa Arvelo put the Quakers on the scoreboard with a beautiful kick that made it in the top left corner. Just nine minutes later, junior Ciara Imhotep took advantage of her good field position, as she put up the second goal for Moorestown. Maggie Brown and Rylee Brown also each scored a goal for the Quakers. Additionally, Imhotep scored the last goal for Moorestown, and the Quakers walked away with a 5-0 South Jersey Group 3 Semifinal win on Wednesday. JSZ has the highlights from Moorestown:

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