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In a highly-anticpated matchup of teams near the top of the News 12 Varsity Tri-State Top 20, Wall and Northern Highlands battled to scoreless draw and garnered a share of the Group 3 final
Goals from sophomore Frankie McDonough and freshman Julia Eichenbaum send Shore past Glen Ridge, 3-2, for its second straight Group 1 state championship
Senior Brie Pavol buried a restart with clinical form to ignite Hunterdon Central, No. 1 in the News 12 Varsity Tri-State Top 20, to a 3-0 victory over Ridge, avenging its only loss and claiming its first NJSIAA Group 4 title
Winless in the month of September, eight games under .500 entering the post season and relaxed without the heavy burden of lofty expectations, Parsippany Hills exceded the wild dreams of everyone except itself, completing a magical run with 1-0 victory over Haddonfield for its first NJSIAA Group 2 state championship
After 39 years serving as the only coach the Ramapo girls soccer program has ever known, Paul Heenehan, the state's all-time leader in career wins, announced his retirement on Thursday
Junior standout Amy Paternoster defused the tension of a dramatic penalty kick in overtime and coolly converted the golden goal, sending Wall past Seneca, 2-1, and into the Group 3 state final for the first time since 1998
Junior Amy Paternoster deposited three goals to fuel top-seeded Wall to a 5-0 victory over fifth-seeded Allentown in the NJSIAA Central Jersey, Group 3 semifinals
Trailing, 1-0, with 14 minutes in regulation, Olivia Kraebel and Tori Muller provided goals to complement the netminding of Lizzy Stellakis as unranked Ramapo upset No. 1 Northern Highlands, 2-1
Ramirez fuels Pingry; Bathman, Sullivan lift Jackson Memorial; Balsamo, Herban, Jenkins drive Bishop Ahr; IHA edges Clifton; Paramus Catholic blanks Lakeland; Wayne Valley stays unbeaten
Sophomore Claudia Mischler punctuated a second-half sequence that highlighted Northern Highlands' emerging youth with the decisive goal to put away pesky Ridgewood, 1-0
Aidan Sheehan, Kelsey Espenhorst, Michaela Miranda, Giana Pittaro, Ariana Durling and Kelsey Gmitter are among a wealth of veterans anxious to build off a strong finish in '15
Yale-bound playmaker Sarah Jordan steers a versatile attack while sisters Brenna and Erin Jaffe team with keeper Michele Silva to provide a stout defense for the Thunderbirds
The defending NJSIAA Group 3 state champion and No. 1 side in the MSG Tri-State Top 20 returns many who were responsible for the 24-0-1 performance. However, the squad, which features Kayla Lee, Ali Ryan, Nicole Loehle and Lauren Feaster, will operate for a good part of the season without All-Metro Player of the Year Frankie Tagliaferri, a standing member of the U-17 U.S national team preparing for the World Cup later this month in Jordan.
Loaded with proven talent with the likes of Leanne Engemann, Cassandra Montgomery, Alison Cunliffe and Emily Leyson, the Wolfpack has all the components to contend for the Morris County Tournament title and a Group 3 state title.
Katarina Nilsson and Julie Cane orchestrate an offense capable of overpowering opponents while Niamh Harkins and Hannah Marino anchor a stingy defense for a Hopewell Valley squad looking to contend in the Colonial Valley Conference and beyond
In the unfamiliar position of the hunter for the first time since 2010 when it comes to pursuing the Group 3 title, the Highlanders prepare to reclaim the crown powered by veteran standouts Eva Hurm and Julia Homan.