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Field hockey: Top 10

10/04/2017, 10:00pm EDT
By Matt Cosentino, SJSD

1. Eastern (10-0-1): The Vikings host a pair of out-of-state powers this week. First up on Friday night is Sacred Heart (Kentucky), the team that ended Eastern’s 143-game unbeaten streak last year. The Vikings will then face Wyoming Seminary on Saturday in a battle of top-25 teams in the country.

2. Moorestown (7-1): Five players have scored at least five goals this season for the Quakers, who take a six-game winning streak into tough road games against Burlington Township and Haddonfield to end the week.

3. Shawnee (7-2): Isabella Mancini, Toni Marmo and Ashley Wetzel all had goals as the Renegades defeated Cherokee on Monday, 3-1, to avenge a loss to the Chiefs in the season opener.

4. Delsea (11-0): Junior midfielder Sierra Giuliano, a Rider University recruit, has 14 goals and a team-leading 15 assists for the Crusaders.

5. Bishop Eustace (10-1): Senior goalie Sierra Nasoff had 10 saves in Saturday’s 1-0 victory over Camden Catholic, the Crusaders’ fourth shutout in their last five games.

6. West Deptford (9-1-1): Senior Camryn Ley found the cage twice in Monday’s 2-1 win over Rancocas Valley, helping the Eagles bounce back from a scoreless tie against Clearview.

7. Ocean City (6-3): The Red Raiders can avenge a 2-1 loss to rival Mainland in Wednesday’s rematch. Their challenging schedule continues Saturday with a game against Sacred Heart (Kentucky) at Eastern.

8. Millville (10-1-1): Freshman forward Casey Etter has eight goals and nine assists on the season after scoring a goal and adding two assists in a win over Bridgeton.

9. Clearview (8-1-1): Thanks to a 1-0 victory over rival Kingsway last week, the defending Tri-County Conference Royal Division champions are in first place again with a 7-0 division record.

10. Burlington Township (8-1-1): The Falcons’ only loss came to Moorestown on Sept. 15, and they can see what kind of progress they’ve made since then when they face the Quakers again on Wednesday.

T.J. Franden rushed for two TDs just five days after thumb surgery.
Denise Crudup is the side judge last week in Riverside-Maple Shade varsity football game.
Senior Nico Ferrari attends Gloucester Catholic.

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