Claudia Dispasupil has accounted for five of the 14 goals netted by the Highlanders thus far, including both on Tuesday in a 2-1 victory against Indian Hills.
The Crimson Knights outlasted Middletown North, 4-3, on Tuesday keyed by a goal and two assists from Cara Capra. Amy Paternoster had already collected six goals and six assists.
Senior twins Jada (four goals, two assists) and Jasmine Colbert (five goals, two assists) set a blistering pace for the Patriots. Jasmine recorded a hat trick on Tuesday in a 3-1 decision against Colts Neck.
The defending state champions posted shutouts in their first three games, all road victories. The Admirals knocked off John Jay-CR, 3-0, on Saturday as Molly Feighan, Rebecca Campos and Alexa Peruffo scored and blew past Clarkstown South 5-0 on Tuesday.
The Panthers have been downright dominating, outscoring opponents by a telling 21-1 margin. Allison Lowery (six goals, one assists) has bordered on uncontainable in the final third, scoring in all four matches.
It’s been smooth sailing for the defending CHSAA state champions. Caitlin Kennedy and Caroline McDermot each had one goal and one assist and Liz Dorrian and Lauren Wasserman netted once apiece in a 4-0 win over South Shore. The Spartans also defeated Scranton Prep, 4-0. Next: Kellenberg (Sept. 13, 4:30 p.m.)
The Blue Devils ended a 16-game winless streak against Union County rival Scotch-Plains Fanwood on Saturday. Faith Dobosiewicz converted a feed from Josie Greenwood on a 25-yard blast in the 48th minute and Caitlin Amman pocketed the shutout with seven saves in a 1-0 victory.
The two-time Class L state champions put together back-to-back 8-0 wins over Bridgeport Central and Trinity Catholic to open the season. The Cadets are coming off a 20-win season and returns standout goalie Veronica O’Rourke.
Emily McNelis had a brace, Lexi Ramonetti and Victoria Colatosti had one goal and one assist apiece and Olivia Carner, Lili Buscareno, Elizabeth Cianciotti and Iris Savocchi had one goal each in an 8-0 win over Riverhead. Next: @ Bay Shore (Sept. 13, 4:30 p.m.)
The Friars opened the season on the road, competing in the New York State High School Girls Soccer Hall of Fame tournament at Herkimer County Community College and returned home with a pair of wins, beating Niskayuna, 1-0, and Shenendehowa, 2-0. Next: @ St. Francis Prep (Sept. 15, 4:15 p.m.)
Marisa Tava (two goals, one assist) scored twice in a season-opening 4-1 decision against Southern while Riley Kennett (two goals) and Emily Royson (two goals) scored in each of the two wins.
The defensive unit of Taylor Rupprecht, Gabi Casale, Eryka Fernandez and sisters Jen and Christina Delqualio, along with keeper Katie Rodgers has yet to concede a goal.
Alyssa Sparks had two goals and one assist, Madison Micheletti had one goal and two assists, Aaliyah Esmurria had a pair of assists and Hannah Franco had one goal and one assist in a 7-0 win over East Hampton. Next: @ Harborfields (Sept. 14, 4 p.m.)
The Pirates have stood strong against two large-school Rockland County powers in the opening two weeks of the season. They knocked off Clarkstown South 1-0 and played John Jay-Cross River to a draw on Tuesday.
The Mounties got off to an ideal start by knocking off rival Livingston, 3-2, on Thursday, sparked by two goals from senior Rebecca Van Siclen. The Lehigh commit found the back of the net twice more on Saturday in a 4-3 triumph over Caldwell, capped by junior Hanan Adellatif's golden goal in the first overtime.
Myla McLeod sparked a stunning rally that saw the Jets score three goals in 76 seconds to rally from a one-goal halftime deficit and beat Calhoun, 3-1. The freshman forward had one goal and two assists and Rachel Rose added a goal for East Meadow. Next: @ Hicksville (Sept. 13, 4:45 p.m.)
After knocking off Hunterdon Central, 2-0, on the strength of goals from Katie Arrigan and Sam Weyrauch to avenge last year’s loss in the Group 4 state final, Ridge bowed to Watchung Hills, 1-0, on Tuesday.
Annie Coogan finished a cross from Kerry Pearson midway through the first half and goalkeeper Julia Miguel made eight saves in an emotional 1-0 win over Massapequa in a rematch of last year’s Nassau Class AA final. The Colts followed that win with a tough 3-1 loss to East Meadow. Next: @ Port Washington (Sept. 13, 4:30 p.m.)
Keeper Sarah Oliviero turned away five shots and Ashleigh Sarafin struck for two goals to pace the Gaels to a 3-0 shutout of Sparta.
The Mounties opened their season on Tuesday with a 3-0 road win at John Jay-East Fishkill. Allie Goldstein had a goal and an assist and her sister Sidney Goldstein and Jessica Korman also scored for Suffern, which reached the Class AA sectional final last season.