Gateway girls' soccer coach Rudi Klobach celebrated his 250th career win on Wednesday, as the Gators rolled, 6-0, at Lindenwold in a Colonial Conference match.

Alisha Fox scored twice, while Kaitlyn Zuzuloc, Kelly Diehl, Haven Lewis and Angel Villari each added a goal.

Klobach, who is in his third season at Gateway after a 17-year run at Delran, improved to 250-103-16.

"If you stick around long enough, you'll win a lot of games," Klobach said. "I have a lot of nice memories and hope I've been able to influence a lot of young ladies in a positive way."

Burlington County. Julie Mirabella tallied twice in a nine-minute span late in regulation, sending Rancocas Valley to a 2-0 win at Burlington Township.

Freshman Allison Gross picked up her first career shutout in her second varsity start, stopping four shots as host Palmyra blanked Westampton Tech, 5-0. Megan Skelly paced the Panthers attack with two goals.

Caroline Eckerle deposited a pass from Brooke Harvey in the 64th minute, putting Holy Cross ahead to stay en route to a 4-2 triumph over Northern Burlington.

Becky Forcellini scored and set up Allie Greenfield's goal, leading host Cinnaminson past Moorestown, 2-0.

Kayla Bancroft capped her hat trick by putting in a penalty kick with 22 minutes left, giving New Egypt a 3-2 home win over Maple Shade.

Olympic. Second-half goals by Kaitlyn Buoni, Emily Haggerty and Cathryn McCarry propelled host Washington Township past Eastern, 3-1.

Katie Rigby opened the scoring with 16 seconds left in the first half, and added an insurance goal midway through the second half, carrying Lenape to a 2-0 victory at Cherokee.

Taylor Baranowsky of Bishop Eustace and Seneca's Shelby Lyon traded second-half goals, leaving the teams in a 1-1 draw at Seneca.

Field Hockey

Eastern netminder Alana Barry posted her 66th career shutout, pulling her within one of tying the national record, and the host Vikings broke through for four second-half goals to defeat Washington Township, 4-0, in an Olympic Conference match.

Tara Vittese picked up her 25th goal of the season with just under 6 minutes to go, giving Camden Catholic a 1-0 win at Lenape.

Montana Fleming had a goal and an assist for host Bishop Eustace, which peppered Seneca goalie Katie DeCarlo with 39 shots in cruising to a 5-1 victory.

Aisha Desai and Rebekah Alter combined for five goals and two assists in powering visiting Timber Creek past Paul VI, 5-4.