With five first-place finishes, the
girls' track team steamrolled to the Burlington County Open team championship yesterday at Maple Shade.
The Indians accumulated 130 points, well ahead of runner-up Seneca, which finished with 66.
Dana Cataldo (200 meters), Miya Johnson (800), Caitlin Orr (3,200) and Lindsey Walsh (100 hurdles) won individual events for the Indians.
Pemberton's Shanna Campbell was the lone double winner, placing first in the shot put (41 feet, 7 inches) and discus (112-9).
's Tessa Messore collected her 100th career hit and 100th career RBI during the Chiefs' 12-0 nonleague home win over
. Messore accomplished the feat in the same inning when Buena rang up 10 runs in the third.
Pitcher Christina Lawson and Nikki Hensel each had two hits and two runs scored for the Chiefs, who earned coach Pam Pickett her 401st career victory.
Sacred Heart leadoff hitter Brooke Simpkins also notched the 100th hit of her career during a 2-for-4 effort in the Lions' 10-1 win at Woodstown.
Simpkins matched the feat accomplished in the first game of the season by her twin sister, Shannon. Arielle Bruno added three hits, three RBIs and three runs scored.
Colonial. Junior Sammi Giambri went 5 for 5 with four doubles and four RBIs, and also struck out 10 batters in Sterling's 9-0 shutout at Collingswood.