kept its quest for at most a share of the Olympic Conference Patriot Division softball championship alive by completing its part of the puzzle yesterday.

Now, the Mustangs must sit and wait to see whether the other piece fits into their title hopes.

Lindsey Sampolski homered to spark a five-run third inning and powered Triton to a 9-1 victory over visiting Shawnee.

Triton finished its Patriot Division schedule at 6-2. The Mustangs are anxiously awaiting the decision on the Cherry Hill West-Pennsauken game that was suspended by Wednesday's rain with the score tied, 5-5. No information has been presented on when that game will be completed.

Cherry Hill West, which has clinched at least a share of the title, is 6-1. If the Lions lose the game against Pennsauken, Triton and Cherry Hill West will share the title.

Britney Yocum scattered seven singles to pick up the win for Triton. The Mustangs pounded out 11 hits, including six for extra-bases.

In other Olympic action:

Seneca captured the National Division crown with a 1-0 victory over visiting Paul VI. Jamie Miles doubled home Melissa Vorwerk for the game's lone run in the fifth inning. That was plenty of offense for Susan Jackman, who shut down Paul VI on three hits and struck out seven.

Alyssa Maiese fired a no-hitter with 16 strikeouts and one walk as Washington Township rolled to a 5-0 win at Cherry Hill East.

Colonial. Pounding out 21 hits, Haddon Township kept its conference title hopes alive with a 14-3 home rout over Paulsboro. Bridget Settles went 4 for 4 with a homer and four RBIs and Nicole Thomas added three hits, including a home run for the Hawks. Casey Francis also homered for Township.

Heather Morgan pitched a two-hit shutout and Keara Ahern drove in a run as Audubon chalked up a 2-0 win at Collingswood.

Tri-County. Maura Bianchini homered twice as visiting Highland knocked off Diamond Division champion Gloucester Catholic, 9-3. Bianchini led off the game with a home run as the Tartans marched to a 6-0 lead in the first frame. Bianchini finished with five RBIs, including a three-run homer in the third.

Adrienne D'Acqua roped a two-run single in the top of the ninth as Kingsway earned a 5-3 victory at Pennsville.

Laura Core homered and Lindsay Teideken tossed a two-hit shutout with seven strikeouts as Clearview blanked visiting Clayton, 7-0. Core finished with three hits and three RBIs and Jaclyn Gangemi drove in two runs for the Pioneers.

Allison Pfrommer, Erika Knorr and Chelsea Rambone each collected RBI singles to lift Delsea to a 3-1 home win over Deptford.

Burlington County. Chelsey Kehr and Kelly Garganio each blasted home runs as Florence erupted for 16 hits en route to an 8-2 win at Northern Burlington. Melissa Mehrer fanned 10 and yielded four hits to pick up the victory.

Paige Mollineaux and Vanessa Hejnas connected for back-to-back homers to highlight Delran's 9-2 win at Riverside. Diana Santucci threw a one-hitter and Cait Suter had three hits for the Bears.

Cape-Atlantic. Nicole Pagano tossed a one-hitter as St. Joseph captured the National Conference overall title with a 3-0 shutout over Buena. Pagano had 12 strikeouts for the Wildcats, who denied Chiefs coach Pam Pickett her 400th win. Buena travels to Middle Township today at 4 p.m.

Allie Weiser rang up 12 strikeouts en route to a one-hitter as Wildwood Catholic silenced visiting Bridgeton, 16-0. Maggie Senatore homered and Amanda Palumbo and Heather Nannos each scored twice for the Crusaders.

Shannon Simpkins twirled a no-hitter with 11 strikeouts and no walks as Sacred Heart pinned an 18-0 loss on host Bridgeton.

Laura Cardone collected two hits and three runs scored as Millville pushed across 10 unanswered runs on its way to a 10-2 win at Ocean City. Kellye Duvilla chipped in two hits and two RBIs for the Thunderbolts.

Nonleague. Marlee Youngkin coaxed a two-out walk, stole two bases and scored on a wild pitch in the sixth inning as Lenape pulled out a 3-2 win over visiting Rancocas Valley. Jamie Moyer dazzled the Red Devils, striking out 14 and scattering two hits. Her counterpart, Dana Bieniek, struck out 10 in a losing effort.