Just a junior,

Gloucester

's Kelsey Cutler earned an impressive accomplishment yesterday, becoming a member of the 100-career-hit club.

Cutler collected three hits, including the milestone knock, during the Lions' 10-0 home win over Pitman in a Tri-County Conference Classic Division game.

Taylor Chain linked together 13 strikeouts and one walk over six one-hit innings for Gloucester, which inched closer to wrapping up the Classic Division title.

In other Tri-Co action:

Katie Trotter and Brianna Molino drove in three runs apiece as Williamstown earned its 14th win with a 10-0 rout of visiting Schalick. Trotter held the Cougars to three hits and fanned 12.

Annie Zeilman racked up three hits and five RBIs to spark Delsea's 10-0 home win over Woodstown. Lauren O'Rourke contributed two hits and two RBIs for the Crusaders.

Olympic. Two days after absorbing a 10-0 loss to Washington Township in the semifinal round of the Hammonton Invitational, Lenape got revenge with a 6-5 win over the host Minutemaids. The victory gave the Indians the inside track to the American Division title. Jaime Moir struck out 11 for Lenape, which was outhit by 9-3 but took advantage of eight Township miscues.

With a 4-1 victory over visiting Triton, Cherry Hill West controls its own destiny in its chase for the Patriot Division title. Michele Hermanns roped a two-run triple and Ali Hird delivered a two-run single for the Lions, who moved one game ahead of Triton in the division. Kristen Rienstra handcuffed the Mustangs on three hits and finished the game with six shutout frames.

Alyssa O'Connell fanned 14 as Camden Catholic dealt visiting Timber Creek a 5-0 loss. Alyssa Chico and Kathleen Portella each had two RBIs.

Brittany Hicks fired a five-hit shutout with six strikeouts as Eastern blanked host Cherry Hill East, 9-0. Laura Stagliano had two of the Vikings' 10 hits.

Colonial. Alyssa Krajewski collected three hits and four RBIs as Audubon rolled to a 13-6 home win against Gateway. The Green Wave established the momentum early with an eight-run first inning.

Christina Puggi knocked in two runs and Miriam Podheiser added an RBI as Haddonfield pinned a 3-1 loss on visiting Collingswood.

Burlington County. Lori Mann doubled and scored the winning run on an error in the bottom of the eighth inning as host Delran kept its divisional title hopes alive by beating rival Holy Cross, 3-2.

Erika Esposito and Kathie Martinovich combined for 11 strikeouts en route to a six-hit shutout as Maple Shade silenced visiting Palmyra, 4-0. Colleen Sweeney and April Moyer each had an RBI.

Lindsay Rohn went 3 for 3 with three RBIs to highlight Northern Burlington's 11-0 win at Willingboro.

Kelly Garganio fanned eight over five one-hit innings as Florence knocked off visiting Pemberton, 10-0.

Cape-Atlantic. Amber Beauchemin rang up 10 strikeouts on her way to a five-hit shutout as Absegami dispatched visiting Mainland, 2-0. Laura Pietropola had two hits.

Kellye Duvilla tripled twice, driving in two runs, and Chrissy Hults homered as Millville pulled out a 6-5 win at Lower Cape May.

Samantha DiPompo had two RBIs, raising her school-record career total to 117, in St. Joseph's 21-0 home rout of Pleasantville. DiPompo erased the old mark of 115, set by Tiffany Unger in 1988. Kirsten Maser hit a grand slam and finished with five RBIs.

Allie Weiser had 14 punch-outs en route to her first no-hitter as Wildwood Catholic chalked up an 11-0 win at Cape May Tech. Maggie Senatore had three RBIs.

Maria Goeller fired a one-hitter with seven strikeouts as Buena crushed host Bridgeton, 16-0. Tessa Messore and Gina Cifaloglio each had two hits for the Chiefs.

NJVTAC Tournament. Jessica Van Loan had three hits and three RBIs, Ashley Rowand homered, and Lorianne Hann tossed a one-hitter as Medford Tech eliminated East Brunswick Tech, 12-0.

Nonleague. Winning pitcher Allie Gentile helped her cause with two hits and two runs scored as Paul VI pounded out a 10-2 win at Cinnaminson.

Macy Cutshaw produced two hits, two RBIs, and three runs scored as Burlington City posted an 18-0 home win over Woodrow Wilson. Brooke Boyd fanned 14 of the 15 batters she faced en route to a no-hitter.