Delran softball coach Nancy Fanelli celebrated her 300th career victory Monday, when the host Bears defeated Palmyra, 8-1, in the Burlington County League.
Danielle McNeill's bases-loaded triple ignited a five-run second inning, and Jackie Korang limited the Panthers to three hits to earn the victory.
South Jersey Non-Public B. Taylor Steele tossed a two-hit shutout and Stephanie Wood's aggressive baserunning keyed the Holy Cross attack as the third-seeded Lancers rolled over No. 6 seed Cardinal McCarrick, 10-0, in a NJSIAA tournament quarterfinal.
Steele struck out 11 and did not walk a batter in keeping the Eagles in check. Wood batted 3 for 3, stole three bases and scored three times, while Tara Mason contributed three hits, three RBIs and a pair of runs.
Tri-County. Shannon Grim doubled twice and drove in four runs and Ashley Brancato chipped in two RBIs to back the three-hit shutout by Jessica Martinez, sending Williamstown to a 13-0 win at Clearview.
Olympic. Leadoff hitter Jackie Hetzler tripled twice in going 3 for 4 and scored three times, and host Washington Township pushed across eight runs in the fifth inning to finish off Cherry Hill East, 12-2.
Winning pitcher Stephanie Vorwerk stroked a pair of doubles and knocked in five runs, as host Seneca erased a four-run first-inning deficit to pound Paul VI, 14-4.
Burlington County. Linda Fisher and Colleen Sweeney combined for four hits, four RBIs and three runs in powering host Maple Shade past Medford Tech, 14-2.
Victoria Vasapolli scored from second on Ariel Schuck's sacrifice bunt, beginning a three-run rally in the sixth that boosted host Burlington City over Burlington Township, 3-1.
Penn-Jersey. The battery of sophomore righthander Mary Brodowski and senior catcher Wilhy Eugene teamed up to lift host Doane Academy over Girard College, 9-6, for its fourth consecutive league championship.
Brodowski pitched a complete game and helped herself by producing two hits, two runs and one RBI. Eugene batted 3 for 4, scored twice and knocked in two runs.
Nonleague. Alyssa Garcia's two-out, two-run single capped a six-run sixth inning, as host Cherry Hill West rallied past Woodstown, 8-6.
Caitlyn Brostrand's hat trick gave the Camden Catholic junior center 200 career goals, providing the Irish a highlight in a 16-6 loss at Olympic Conference rival Haddonfield.
Brostrand became the third player in program history to reach the 200-goal milestone. The school record of 236 career goals was set in 2002 by current Camden Catholic coach Bridget Bigley.
Brostrand's individual accomplishment wasn't enough to overcome Haddonfield's balanced attack, which featured three goals from Caroline Pease and two goals each by Lindsey Brophy, Gretchen Kiep, Alex Marshall, Taylor Ng and Kate Welsh.
Cape-Atlantic. Danielle Tombleson (six goals, one assist) and Katie Stump (four goals) supplied the bulk of the scoring for host Millville in a 17-6 romp past Lower Cape May. The Thunderbolts wrapped up the division title.