The following are results from recent games played by Upper Township youth soccer teams:


U-15 Tornados 5, Vineland Vipers 0: Max Gilbert scored twice while Reed Lindsay, Joey Garcia and Sergio Miller each added a goal. Nathan Zeigler, Kyle Harper and Drew Tarr all had assists. Chris Calabro, Conner James, Sean MacNaughton and Nick Chiccarine were outstanding on the defensive end. Luca Bongiovanni, Jude Hill, Max Fisher and Zach Dittus moved the ball creating scoring opportunities. Kyle Plenn was in the goal for his third shutout of the season.

U-14 Hurricanes 4, Vineland Union 0: Brendan McGonigle found the back of the net twice as Owen Ritti and Benny DeGenarro both scored to close out the game. Lucas Goodman came up huge with three monster saves to preserve the shutout.

U-12 Surge 3, Mainland Strikers 0: Ryan Weiand, Ryan Shaw, Anthony Videtto, Matthew James and Santino Lomas were strong defensively, helping Dan Leiser record his second straight shutout. Ethan Guest, Brandon Argoe and Patrick O'Hara all played very well in the midfield and created numerous chances throughout the game. Charlie Dunner scored two nice goals, one a header from a Mathew James corner kick and the other a nice strike off a Colin Bowman pass. Fischer Brogan launched a screamer into the back of the net to seal the Surge victory.

U-12 Elk Township 4, Vortex 2: Kieran Bender and Buddy Scheibinz each scored for the Vortex. Noah Quinn, Max McCoy, Sam Scarano and Titus Bromhead provided solid play.

U-10 Earthquakes vs. Marlton Lightning: Goals were scored by David O'Donnell, Elijah Ostrander, Drake Brogan, Dean Lappin and Joey Goodman. Defensively, Luke Tampellini, Triston Schimdt and Joey Porreca played wonderfully.. 

U-10 Derechos vs. Monroe Township: Goals for the Derechos were scored by Logan Fearnhead and Luke Tjoumakaris. Parker Ramsi and Liam Zintner played tough in goal. Caleb Servis, Dylan Wilson, Lukas Tuthill and John Godfrey played staunch defense while Zach Fassman, Sean Hoag, Gavin Taylor and Cole Haas played in the offensive zone with great hustle.

U-9 Thunder vs. EHT Eagles: Dominic Schultz scored on a pass from Cooper Marr. James Carr added a second goal on a beautiful pass from David Risley that was redirected by Brady Dahms. J.P. Urban was tough in the keeper position. Nathaniel Roberts and Lucas Gartner contributed to a strong defense.  


U-14 Cyclones at Mount Laurel Columbus Day Tournament: The Cyclones posted wins over Cinnaminson and Hamilton to reach the championship game, which was canceled due to inclement weather. Emily Badger scored three goals and Shannon Kavanaugh chipped in two over the two games. Ava Bixby provided two assists and Emma Robinson had one. Molli Dahms, Mia Schultz, Sophie Mammele, Jaycey Lin, Megan Coan, Madelyn Farley Michala Francesconi and Makeena Marr led the team’s defensive efforts in front of goalie Alexa Schlembach.

U-12 Wave vs. Cape Express White: McKenna Chisholm scored twice and Malia Dahms and Julia Keich added goals for the Wave. Chisholm and Zoey Lappin added assists. Anna McCabe and Hannah Cappelletti in the net secured the win, along with exceptional play by defenders Corinne Williams, Ashley Rhodes, Madison Rossetti and Alina Alcantara. The Wave never let up and continued the pressure via Taylor Amstutz, Madison Pratt, Charlotte Risley and Cappelletti in the midfield.

U-11 Tsunami vs. Haddonfield: Emily Leonard scored twice, Maeve Quinn once and Mina Bixby scored her first goal of the season. Kaia Ray and Briana Ortiz handled the goaltending. Brooke Liebrand, Shaela Gannon, Emily Swan, Abby Marr, Gwen O’Hara and Ella Jefferson continued to play strong defense. The midfield was controlled by Maeve Smith, Gianna Vallese and Maeve Quinn.  

U-11 Tsunami vs. Hammonton Heat: Emily Leonard, Brooke Liebrand, Maeve Quinn, Emily Swan and Briana Ortiz provided the scoring. Gianna Vallese, Maeve Smith, Ella Jefferson, Mina Bixby and Maeve Quinn controlled the game from the midfield. The defense was led by Brooke Liebrand, Abby Marr, Shaela Gannon and Gwen O’Hara. Goaltenders Kaia Ray and Briana Ortiz stopped multiple shots in goal. Emily Swan and Briana scored their first goals of the season.