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.
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.