The Quakers shut out Brick Township, 2–0, in the Group III state semifinals on Tuesday.
Moorestown High School girls’ soccer is just one win away from the program’s fifth state championship. The Quakers defeated Brick Township, 2–0, in the NJSIAA Group III state semifinals on Tuesday night to advance to the state championship game on Sunday.
According to the box score reported to NJ.com, Moorestown got a pair of first half goals from Julia Dalmass and Ciara Imhotep in the win. The victory was also the Quakers’ fourth consecutive shutout this postseason.
Moorestown will battle Northern Highlands on Sunday in the NJSIAA Group III state championship game. The match will be played at Kean University at 5:30 p.m.