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Cape Express soccer teams begin spring season

The following are results from recent games played by Cape May Express youth soccer teams:



U-12 Cape Express Riptide 6, EHT Lady Eagles 1: A quick start with goals by Madison Adams, Delaney Kampmeyer (2), Emma Vince (2) and Allison Walker propelled the Riptide past the Lady Eagles. Several more scoring chances were created by offensive players Stephanie Byrne and Alexandra Grier. Cape was anchored by the strong defensive line of Caelyn Domsic, Ainsley Frederick and Zoe Super who helped the goalies Ciara Jonassaint and Madison Adams hold EHT to one score. 

U-13 Cape Express Sirens 1, Collingswood Bobcats 0: The Sirens battled Collingswood for a long time before Kate Walker opened the scoring for Cape with a nice shot from in front of a crowded goal. The strong back line of Cara Myers, Olive Cray, Riley Odom, and Morgan Jastremski helped Meredith Lutjen post the shutout in goal.

U-14 Cape Express Crush 0, Voorhees 0: Solid defensive play and strong play in net by goalie Briana Ortiz helped the Crush keep Voorhees off the board.


U-8 Cape Express Rage vs. Washington Township: The Rage had a tremendous offensive push from Jaclin Adams, Liza Matthews, and Jessica Alegre, who each scored goals. They were aided by a great effort from Willa Simon, Miranda Hernandez, and Natalie Heun.

U-12 Cape Express Riptide 5, Seneca Stars 3: Seneca  lead the game 2-0 at halftime. The Riptide started the scoring in the second half, but the Stars quickly scored to put their lead back to two goals. Cape then scored four unanswered goals to win the game. Riptide goal scorers were Allison Walker, Alexandra Grier, Emma Vince, Parker Milstead and Delaney Kampmeyer.  Strong midfield play by Karmela Freeman and Madeline Bernacki helped keep the ball in the offensive zone in the second half. 

U-13 Cape Express Sirens 1, Logan Revolution 1: Cape went up 1-0 in the first half when Sophia Smith sent a free kick into the box and Riley “Frank” Deignan tapped it in. Strong possession and plenty of scoring chances from Katie Sharp and Gabby Oliver kept Logan on their heels for most of the game. A late push from Logan led to a tying goal in the last few minutes.



U-10 Cape Express Surge 2, Cherry Hill 2: Carter Evans and Finn Matthews each scored goals for the Surge in draw.