The following are results from recent games played by Upper Township youth soccer teams:
U-9 Lighting vs. Indian Mills S.C. Warriors: Aurora Brown led the charge with two goals and Madison McHale, Sophia Thomas and Lola McGonigle each with a goal of their own. Strong goalkeeping by Lily Pettit and Aurora Brown and support from Peighton Clemen, Maddy Dever, Julianne Goodman, Grace Leiser, Tessie Mammele, Aubrey Schlembach and Abby Smith helped the Lightning to victory.
U-10 Wildfire vs. Moorestown Snipers: Adalyn DeAngelis scored two goals and Molly Quinn, Abbey Cappelletti, Carly Godfrey and Riley Grawl each added goals. Midfielders Thompson Sypherd and Rebecca Siteman provided constant pressure. Savanna Rolls and Quinn kept a clean sheet in net as the defense, led by Emily Keich and Hudson Scola, limited the Stompers to just a few chances.
U-11 Marlton Red 2, Tsunamis 0.
U-12 Wave 6, Delran FC 1: McKenna Chisholm and Hannah Cappelletti each netted two goals and Zoey Lappin and Julia Keich also added goals in the win. Anna McCabe and Cappelletti secured the net for the Wave, only conceding one goal off a penalty kick after a handball in the box.
U-12 Medford Union 1, Wave 0: Notable play by Ashley Rhodes, McKenna Chisholm and Tyler Connell in the midfield, and Madison Rossetti, Corinne Williams and Zoey Lappin on defense kept the pressure on the Union by keeping the ball on the Wave’s offensive end. Continued hustle up front by Charlotte Risley and Milllinda Marigliano had the Union on their heels during the second half. Keepers Hannah Cappelletti and Anna McCabe were stellar.
U-14 Indian Mills Warriors 1, Storm 0: Upper had very solid play in the middle from Cheryl Connell, Victoria Parks, Paige Noble and Gabriella Cotto. Good movement of the ball was also made by Dallys Rhubart, Anna Smith and Madelyn Burnett to help the Storm maintain pressure on the Warrior goalie.
U-15 Cyclones 6, Marlton Devils 1: Molli Dahms netted a hat trick, Mia Schlutz scored twice and Kamyrn Chisholm added a goal for the Cyclones. Jaycey Lin and Aneecia Morales each had an assist. The defense was anchored by Ava Bixby and Emma Robinson in the victory.
U-9 Avalanche vs. Cape Express: Gabriel Meron, Brady Dhams and Caden Schiemer scored early and set the pace for the game. Dominic Schultz had phenomenal goaltending throughout the game. Talon Ray and Cooper Marr played excellent defense and moved the ball forward to the offense with precise passing throughout the game. James Carr, Chase Wilson and Nolan Servis supported the offensive attack by constantly moving the ball down the field.
U-10 Riptides vs. Haddon Heights Gunners: Will Law scored a hat trick with assists from John Godfrey, who also scored a goal. Gregory Guyon and Luke Wildman handled the midfield. Bryce Wilson, Jacob Holzer and Jude McAfee played great defense. Quinn Olek, Dominic Vallese, Austin Azotea and Jack Wilson hustled throughout the game. Ryan Bacon was amazing in goal.
U-11 Derechos 5, Cherry Hill 0: Liam Zintner had a stellar performance in goal flanked by his defense of Jacob Collo, Caleb Servis, and Logan Fearnhead, all of whom played exceptional. Mason Raucci (3), Brendan Deegan (1) and Sean Hoag (1) created havoc in the middle and scored for the Derechos. Grady Hanson, Luke Tjoumakaris, Gavin Taylor and Dylan Wilson played great on the wing. Lukhas Tuthill controlled the midfield.
U-12 Monsoons 4, Indian Mills Warriors 1: Josh Jasiecki and David Schultz combined for a great game in goal. Kieran Bender scored a hat trick for the Monsoons.
U-13 Surge 2, Barrington 1: Brandon Argoe scored both Surge goals. Dusty Laricks was excellent throughout at both left back and left midfielder.