Despite being held to just one hit,


mustered enough firepower to bring down South Jersey's last remaining unbeaten team.

Stephanie Krawick scored on a fourth-inning passed ball as the host Rams ended Gloucester's 13-game unbeaten streak with a 2-1 decision in a Tri-County Conference Classic Division softball game.

Salem remained one of the area's hottest teams with its eighth straight victory. The Rams are 9-2.

Brittany Smith had Salem's lone hit in the first inning. After singling, she stole two bases, including home.

Callie Emel held Gloucester's heavy-hitting lineup to a pair of singles. She struck out three.

In other Tri-Co action, Jamie Minix was one out away from a no-hitter and struck out 11 during Kingsway's 5-0 home win against Deptford. Kaitlin Higgins had two hits and a run scored for the Dragons. Devon Watkins broke up the no-hit bid with a two-out triple in the seventh.

Olympic. Alyssa Marsdale singled home Krista Contantine with the decisive run in the sixth inning as Shawnee won, 4-3, at Cherokee.

Susan Jackson fanned 13 en route to a one-hitter as Seneca pinned a 4-1 loss on visiting Timber Creek. Chelsea Palumbo had two hits and two RBIs for the Golden Eagles while Alexa Gibson accounted for Timber Creek's lone hit with an RBI double.

Stefani Graham singled home the decisive run in the bottom of the seventh as Bishop Eustace scored three unanswered runs in the final two frames to beat rival Camden Catholic, 5-4.

Colonial. Tori Gardner roped a RBI triple and Brooke Szymanski followed with a RBI single as Audubon grabbed the inside track in the conference title race with a 3-2 victory at Haddon Township. Heather Morgan scattered four singles and struck out three en route to the win.

Burlington County. Megan Gilbride knocked in five runs to highlight Holy Cross' 14-3 romp at Pemberton.

Ashleigh Johnson twirled a no-hitter with eight strikeouts as Bordentown silenced Medford Tech, 11-0.

Cape-Atlantic. Ashley Landi homered and Samantha Capriotti delivered an RBI single - both in the bottom of the seventh - as Vineland emerged with a 5-4 win over Mainland.

Amber D'Ambrosio went 4 for 4 with six RBIs, Laura Hilbert hit a grand slam, and Briana Quigley tossed a one-hitter for her first win as Holy Spirit defeated Pleasantville, 22-0.

Steph Labas collected two hits and two RBIs to spark Millville's 6-3 win over visiting Oakcrest.

Boys' Tennis

Cherry Hill West

's Mikhail Chernyavskiy captured the Camden County singles championship with a 4-6, 6-4, 6-1 comeback win over


's Max Schultz at Eastern.

Haddonfield's Josh Green and Richard Garvey knocked off teammates Dennis Sobolewski and Andrew Larzelere, 6-2, 4-6, 7-5, to claim the doubles trophy.


Bishop Eustace

, ranked No. 1 in South Jersey by The Inquirer, needed a four-run rally in the bottom of the seventh inning to defeat visiting

Camden Catholic

, 15-14, in the Olympic Conference.

Greg Brodzinski's three-run homer tied the game, followed by Shane Fox's double and Jeff Browne's game-winning RBI single to right field with two outs. Dan Sieracki gave the Crusaders two doubles, a grand slam, and a two-run homer.

Colonial. Alex Dalsey had a single, double and two-run homer for three RBIs as West Deptford beat host Haddon Heights, 14-3.

Tri-County. Kevin Wood's one-out single scored Matt Chiavorolli with the winning run in the bottom of the sixth to make Gloucester County Tech a 5-4 winner over visiting Clayton.

Pitman and Gloucester each won extra-inning thrillers, including Pitman's 5-4 success against visiting Overbrook ended by Matt DeFlavia's game-winning hit in the eighth that scored Rob Cressman. The Panthers had rallied with a three-run seventh inning.

Gloucester clipped visiting Salem, 2-1, when James Nelson raced home on Mike Marchionne's single in the ninth inning.

Cape-Atlantic. Tim Ahlquist went 3 for 4 with a double, and Sean McNiss singled home winning pitcher Mike Trout with two outs in the top of the seventh inning as Millville clipped host Oakcrest, 4-3.

Olympic. Washington Township got its first hit of the game on Bill Rice's sixth-inning homer, sparking the Minutemen's 9-7 comeback against visiting Paul VI.