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Shore streaks to second title field hockey Asbury Park PressSun. Nov. 23, 1980 B9 in By BILL EDWARDS Press Staff Writer WEST WINDSOR TOWNSHIP "That's it, I quit," Joked Nancy Williams, Shore field hockey coach, surrounded by friends and well wishers yesterday. "Forty-one ... I'm done." Shore's 1-0 victory over Vernon in the NJSIAA Group n showdown at Mercer County Park allowed Williams to turn poetic and her Blue Devils the opportunity to digest all that has come their way a second straight NJSIAA Group II crown, back-to-back 2M seasons, and a 41-game winning streak they'll carry into the 1961 season. Shore's last loss was a one-goal decision to Red Bank in the NJSIAA tournament two years ago. But that was another time, another Shore team. "I wouldn't have thought this was possible," said Williams yesterday. "They've carried a lot of pressure. "Last year was unbelievable," said Williams. "This year was unreal." In a certain twist of irony, center forward Sue Gallo, who had missed a handful of games at the start of the season with a hip injury, produced the only goal of the game, driving through the tough Vernon defense, colliding with goalie Carole Bernard, then finally pushing it Into the center of the net midway in the first half. "That wasn't as easy as it was supposed to be," said Williams, remindful of Vernon's deceiving 10-4-5 record. "That goalie (Bernard) was tough. Their defense was tough." "Now I know how they got in the tournament." Yet, the Blue Devils went about their business much as they have all season long. The Shore offense, beaded by a cast of many, applied pressure early and often, working the wings and the middle, enough to pelt Bernard with 21 shots on goal, Including 12 in the second half to go along with seven of its nine corner stroke opportunities. It eonsitttuted a busy game for Bernard, who was responsible for 17 saves. The defense, aided by Sausser, Sally Scallla, Allison Seger (who switched from back to center half in the second half in .order to strengthen Shore's mldfleld play), and Chris Collichio rendered listless much of Vernon's attack that managed Just (our shots on goal, all in the second half. That made matters relatively easy for Shore goalie Laura Kull (three saves), who was playing despite pain in an ankle. "Today," said Williams, "we put it all together. You could tell the difference in level they were hit and run. "When they (Vernon) needed stickwork, they didn't have it. Laurie Sausser blasted a hard wrist shot that just missed from 10 yards out in the first half. A Bonnie Payne shot from the right side in close was kicked away, and a Rosann Prima vera delivery from Just inside the circle that was deflected in front highlighted a second-half flurry as the Blue Devils threatened and threatened and threatened. "They had to play some good teams to get here," said Williams. "And they played us as well defensively as anyone." Shore 10 1 Vernon 00 0 Goal Sue Gallo 13:00. Savm Laura Kull (S) 3. Carol Barnard (V) 17. Shots Shore, 21-4. Records: Shora 204, Varnon 10-5-5. t ,-.: ... J ! A .-.-. v I Asbury Park Preti TR North goalie Linda Hann makes gave on shot by Montclalr's Chris Heady. Montclair blanks TRN, 3-0 WEST WINDSOR TOWNSHIP Becky Miller, Toms River North field hockey coach, had been forewarned that prolific-scoring Geraldine Nattaur was the heart of the Montclair offense and sweeper Harriet Atherton was the soul of its defense. It was that combination, to a large degree, that spelled out Montclalr's 3-0 victory over North yesterday in the NJSIAA Group IV championship game at Mercer County Park here. Nattaur, a senior right-inner, utilized some fancy stickwork to score her 16th and 17th goals of the season. And Atherton, a senior sweeper, supplied strong defensive support, with a number of trouble-saving clearing shots from in front that enabled goalie Lydia Calnan to (15 saves) post her 11th shutout of the season. "We shot quite a few times, but the luck wasn't with us getting it in the cage," said NJSIAA Football Playoffs NORTH HERSEY, SECTION t Group 4 Watt Eua 10 Baningar 7 Group S Rahway 26.'. PequannocK 8 , Summit 21 Morrii Hills 6 Group 2 Madison Boro 10 Clifford Scott 0 Whippeny Park IS Hackettstown 0 Group 1 (championship) Glan Ridge 20 Rosalia Park 6 NORTH JERSEY, SECTION t Group 4 Fair Lawn 27 Passaic 18 Passaic Val 33 Clifton 0 Group S Hobokan 10 Union Hal 0 Ramsey 18 Demarest 12 Group! Sparta 7 !.... 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But North's Andrea Abbott-Mary Kilgan-non assault Issued all kinds of aggression at the outset, tormenting the Montclair defense with an assortment of corner strokes, centering passes and a number of shots on goal. Then, suddenly, the flow changed dramatically, and it was Montclair that turned the aggressor. And Nattaur was right in the middle of it all. Nattaur intercepted a loose ball Just to the left of the goal cage and poked a shot past North goalie I4nda Hann 13 minutes into the first half. Nattaur gave the Mounties a 2-0 lead five minutes into the second half, on a virtually identical play, picking out a loose ball about 10 yards in front, sending her shot into the middle of the net,. Averyb Moun hammered the final nail in the Toms River North coffin with five minutes to go when she pushed in a Chris Heady shot from about five yards out. "Our defense has been pretty consistent but our offense has not," said Montclair coach Louise Bellace, who grew up in Point Pleasant Beach. "It Just hasn't been like it was today. "If It had," said Bellace, "we probably would have been undefeated." Montclair 12 3 TR North 0 0 0 OoaH(auist) Gereldin Nattaur 13 00 lit, Nattaur 5 00 2nd, Avery Moun (Chris Heady) 25 00 Saves Lydia Calnan (M) 15 Linda Hann (T) 9. Shots TR North. 16-11. Records: Montclair 13-3-3. TR North 16-3-3. r Excellence by Design At the Ski Haus, we know winter. And to brave winter's worst we know what you need. The finest in skiwear and ski boots. Total excellence by design. CB SPORTS"Apollo down parka, Ms and Ls in red, silver, and tan. CB SPORTS"Cheyenne cord parka, Ms in tan, royal, and gray, Ls in green, plum. UHGE 1000S "the soft performance VfiaTvsr-' 1 boot- GEfc; V SALOMON SX90 "the Rfpte mm Oceanport Ave. Little Silver II.J. 842-6666 Montville tops Ocean in overtime WEST WINDSOR TOWNSHIP "Every corner is a goal." The chant was beard throughout the Ocean Township-Monrvllle NJSIAA Group III Held hockey championship yesterday. It was heard most loudly by the Montville players. Three times Montville scored off a corner, and the third time was at the 4:45 mark of a 10-mlnute sudden death overtime period, giving the Mustangs a 3-2 victory and the championship over the Spartans at Mercer County Park. "Hey, we have nothing to be ashamed of," Ocean coach Marilyn Johnston told her players after the loss. "We got here, that means we're one of the two best teams In the state In Group m." Ocean started like it was going to run Montville off the field. Sue Haas scored at the five-minute mark with a wicked line drive from 15 yards out. Then Debbie Emery tapped in Ocean's second goal at 9:40 off a long corner, with Kathy Kieman getting the assist. But Montville's aggressive offense began to get untracked after the 2-0 Spartan lead, and the Mustangs' Debbie Tibasek punched in the first goal at 14:40. Colleen Carbery scored the tying goal at 24:30 of the first half, again off a corner, with Sue Cole getting an assist. The closest either team came to scoring for the rest of regulation was a penalty stroke attempt by Montville's Tina Heln-mann at 18:25 which freshman goalie Donna DeNoble stopped cold. "DeNoble's only a freshman and It was a lot of pressure for her," said Johnston. "But she handled the penalty stroke very well." DeNoble's heroics continued in the goal as Montville was awarded five comers in the last 10 minutes of the game. V L rv m i fi (3 Asbury Park Preaa Ocean players rejoice after scoring a goal in yesterday's game against Montville. Montville again pushed its way into the Ocean end during the 10-minute sudden death overtime, earning three straight corners, and the third one finally paid off as DeNoble's clearing kick sent the ball in front of the cage about 10 yards out. Tibasek got the ball and pounded the winning shot back into the goal. MontvM 2 0 13 Ocean 200 2 Goals(sit) Montville Debbie Tibasek 14 aft CoHeen Carbery (Sue Cole) 24 30; TibMek 4 50. ot: Ocean: Sue Haas 5 00: Debbie Emery (Kathy Kiernen) 950 Saves Montville Debbi Golebeii 2. Ocean: Donna DeNoble 12. 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