EDISON, NJ - The two undefeated girls varsity soccer teams in the Greater Middlesex Conference Blue Division took the field yesterday, but it was Wardlaw-Hartridge High School that came away with a 2-0 win over Spotswood High School. The win moves the Rams into first place in the conference and the Chargers into second place.

Antonella Doglio netted both goals for the Rams while Nikolette Aponte made seven saves to earn the shutout. Wardlaw-Hartridge has only allowed two goals thus far this season in their first six games, notching four shutouts. Spotswood only allowed one goal in their first four outings and has three shutouts. Julia Masucci made a dozen saves for the Chargers in Friday's loss. Isabella Wysocki and Olivia DeSousa both had assists for Wardlaw-Hartridge.

The loss stops the Chargers win streak at four and moves their overall season and conference record to 4-1. Spotswood will look to bounce back Monday when the team travels to Carteret High School for a 4 p.m. game. The Chargers defeated Carteret 5-0 on September 6 in the 2018 season opener. Senior Carolina Fernandez scored a hat trick in the win.