A balanced attack enabled fourth-seeded

Cherokee

to upend No. 2 seed

Lenape

, 11-10, yesterday in the NJSIAA South Jersey Group 4 girls' lacrosse championship.

Liz Fox, Kelsey Overbeck, Kristin Thompson and Melissa Arthur scored two goals apiece for the Chiefs, who will meet North Jersey champ Bridgewater-Raritan for the state crown on Saturday at Robbinsville High.

Katie Duffy had a game-high four goals for Lenape.

South Jersey Group 2.

Breana Kilpatrick scored four goals and Kathleen Notos contributed two goals and three assists, but second-seeded

Camden Catholic

didn't have enough firepower to keep from falling in the title game, 16-11, at top-seeded

Hopewell Valley

.

Softball

Jasmine James scored twice and Celenia Rivera turned in a clutch pitching performance, helping

Westampton Tech

to win its first New Jersey Vocational Tournament championship, 2-0, over

Gloucester County Institute of Technology

in a game played at East Brunswick Tech.

Rivera, who scattered six singles and one walk, worked out of a second-and-third, one-out jam in the bottom of the seventh by recording her third strikeout and then fielding a comebacker to throw out the final batter.

Nadia Hamied drove in James twice with sacrifice bunts, and Westampton Tech finished its season with an 11-10 record.

Olympic.

Shannon Hutchinson drove in two runs with a triple and a single, and host

Washington Township

downed

Lenape

, 9-4, to clinch at least a share of the American Division crown.

Rachel Knable and Laura Pierce hit two-run homers and Kristen Rienstra tossed a two-hit shutout in

Cherry Hill West

's 11-0 triumph at

Cherry Hill East

.

Colonial.

Devin Burris pitched shutout ball over the final five innings and Fran Nicoletti had two hits and two RBIs, highlighting host

Haddonfield

's 7-1 win over

Gateway

.

Lauren Easterday doubled and homered for

Sterling

, which banged out 16 hits in a 12-1 romp at

Haddon Township

.