North Shore has won a first-ever Long Island title. Find out where the Vikings are in this week's Tri-State Top 20 Girls Soccer poll
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Northern Highlands, Wall, Freehold Twp. stand pat; Westfield, Ridge, Toms River North, East Brunswick, Allentown, Roxbury, Morris Knolls gain ground; Toms River East debuts and Scotch Plains-Fanwood returns
Junior keeper Sara Ghorashi complemented a critical save in regulation with two more in the penalty-kick shootout and junior forward Claudia Dipsupil converted twice as top-seeded Northern Highlands advanced over third-seeded Roxbury for its seventh straight NJSIAA North Jersey, Section 1, Group 3
Wall ascends to No. 1 as Middletown South springs upset to shake up poll and gain entrance; Freehold Twp., Ridge and Allentown make moves; Shore returns
Group 2 state champion Wall finishes season at No. 1 followed by Group 4 co-champs Freehold Twp. and Ridge and Group 3 winner Allentown
Northern Highlands, Freehold Twp., Wall, Bridgewater-Raritan, Westfield head field; Ridge, Allentown, Toms River North, Jackson Memorial, East Brunswick and Steinert gain ground; Roxbury, Morris Knolls move in
Parsippany Hills scored 28 unanswered points in a 28-14 victory over Roxbury for a big win in Morris County.
Morris Knolls rolled to a 10-0 victory over Randolph in the North 1, Group 4 quarterfinals.
Delbarton continues to try to overcome injuries by executing in big situations and the Green Wave did it on Tuesday in a 4-1 win over Roxbury.
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