SPOTSWOOD, NJ - The last meeting between the Spotswood High School girls varsity soccer team and Wardlaw-Hartridge High School ended in a scoreless tie after double overtime. Wardlaw-Hartridge got on the scoreboard first, going into the halftime break with a 1-0 lead. Spotswood tied up the game in the second half sending the matchup into overtime. The Rams found the back of the goal to take the 2-1 victory. Gabriella Wysocki and Angelina Vargas netted goals for the Rams while Izabel Korycki and Loveleen Sindhar earned assists. Kirti Craig had the lone goal for the Chargers.
Julia Masucci made 14 saves and her counterpart Nikolett Aponte made seven. Masucci has allowed only seven goals in 14 games for Spotswood. The loss drops the Chargers' overall record to 10-2-2. Spotswood's 12 game win streak to start the 2019 season was stopped on Friday by Metuchen High School. The Chargers were the last unbeaten team in the Greater Middlesex Conference before the October 4 loss to the Bulldogs. Spotswood has a 10-1-2 record in the GMC's Blue Division.
The Chargers will look to get back on track against Calvary Christian on Thursday at the Spotswood High School Varsity Soccer Field. Game time is 4 p.m. Old Bridge's Calvary Christian has an 8-4 overall record and a 7-3 GMC record. This is the first-ever meeting between the two teams.