Millville sophomore Corrine Etter continued her torrid scoring pace, boosting her career total to 102 goals with a hat trick in the Thunderbolts' 9-7 win over Middle Township on Wednesday in Cape-Atlantic League girls' lacrosse.
Macki Groves had four goals for Millville, which ran out to a 7-3 lead and then held off the Panthers to improve to 7-1 overall and 6-1 in conference play.
Olympic. Host Eastern doubled up Cherry Hill East, 14-7, behind four goals and two assists from Austyn Cuneo.
Mikaela Geskas-Robinson had a match-high five goals and Morgan Wright contributed two goals and four assists, as host Bishop Eustace crushed Camden Catholic, 17-3.
Burlington County. Carleigh MacWilliams totaled five goals and an assist in carrying Cinnaminson to a 15-4 win at Maple Shade.
Nonleague. Ellie Blythe keyed the offense with six goals and Mary Narozanick supplied solid goaltending with a dozen saves, enabling host Seneca to pull away from Rancocas Valley. 12-8.
Andi Veneziale and Meredith Taylor each had three RBIs for Northern Burlington, which used a seven-run fourth inning to put away visiting Pemberton, 11-1, in the schools' inaugural Military Ball.
Both Burlington County League teams wore camouflage uniforms to honor veterans of the Army and Air Force.
Olympic. After surrendering five runs in the top of the eighth inning, host Cherokee took advantage of three Eastern errors to shock the Vikings, 6-5.
Chiefs' starter Tricia Griffin went the distance to earn the win, despite yielding Steph Wolfrom's two-run double and Melissa Parker's two-run homer.
Stephanie Heresniak hit a grand slam and Brielle Pietrafesa went deep twice, driving in three runs, as host Paul VI cut down Timber Creek, 13-3.
Danielle Martinez singled twice and scored three runs to spark Triton's 6-5, come-from-behind win over visiting Cherry Hill West.
Andrea Polis batted 3 for 4 and knocked in two runs as Lenape leveled host Cherry Hill East, 14-1.
Taylor Gilligan's two home runs and six RBIs fueled Shawnee's 19-0 romp at Pennsauken.
Cape-Atlantic. Becca Maguire set the Absegami school record for home runs in a season with her seventh blast in 13 games, eclipsing the six home runs hit by Jackie Long in 1978, in a 10-0 home rout of Mainland.
One day after setting the Braves' career mark for strikeouts, senior righthander Kelly Lupton shut down the Mustangs on one hit over six innings, recording 17 of 18 outs on strikeouts.