Host Lower Cape May handed St. Joseph its first field hockey loss of the season on Thursday, when MaryBeth Keeler scored her second goal of the Cape-Atlantic League match off a pass from Jess Dougherty with 2 minutes, 41 seconds left in overtime for a 3-2 victory.

St. Joseph (10-1) jumped on top early, when Marissa Moreno and Ryan Quicksill scored three minutes apart, but the Wildcats were kept off the scoreboard the rest of the way by Tigers netminder Becca Holden, who was credited with 23 saves.

Lower Cape May (4-5) pulled even midway through the first half, with shots by Jess McDowell and Keeler finding the back of the cage in a two-minute span.

In another Cape-Atlantic match, Jacquie Fenton and Ali Stever combined for four goals and an assist in Ocean City's 5-0 home win over Millville.

Tri-County. Facing a must-win situation, Salem (7-2-1) captured the Classic Division title by edging host Gloucester, 2-1. Kayla Chapman and Shanna Scott scored first-half goals to back the solid goaltending of Ally George (11 saves). Abbey Meyer scored for Gloucester (7-3).

Kingsway claimed the Royal Division crown for the ninth consecutive season with an 8-0 rout of visiting Cumberland. Rachel Ippolite led the way with four goals, Alexa McIntyre added a goal and two assists, and goalie Kelsey Dominik made three saves.

Alexa Branco had two goals and an assist, Jackalyn Pauling scored twice, and Clearview goalie Ashley DiRienzo turned aside 17 shots in a 4-0 victory over visiting Delsea.

Beth Patrick posted a hat trick while Rachel Cressman contributed two goals and an assist, powering Pitman to a 7-2 win at Pennsville.

Olympic. Behind a hat trick by Tara Vittese, Camden Catholic took command early and coasted to a 6-0 victory at Paul VI.

Eastern ran its record to 14-0 with a 10-0 home win over Cherry Hill East. Austyn Cuneo's four goals led the assault.

Girls' Soccer

Williamstown maintained its spot atop the Tri-County Conference Royal Division standings, getting second-half goals from Amber Curtin and Taylor Walker to rally past visiting Kingsway, 2-1.

Burlington County. Amanda Wimmerberg cashed in a pass from Joan Logan with three minutes to go in regulation, and Jacki Laurenti provided shutout goaltending in Northern Burlington's 1-0 win at Rancocas Valley.

Colonial. Nicky Cutrera fed Taylor Clarke for the game-winning goal with four minutes left in the second overtime, enabling host Haddon Township to outlast Audubon, 2-1.

Alicia Barger stopped six shots in recording her sixth shutout of the season, and Paige Paratore assisted on a pair of second-half goals as West Deptford pulled away from visiting Collingswood, 3-0.

Olympic. Danielle Genay and Sydney Jackson each scored twice to pace Eastern to a 7-1 triumph at Cherry Hill East.

Girls' Tennis

Top-seeded Haddonfield and No. 2 seed Woodstown earned the right to face off for the South Jersey Group 2 team championship with easy victories.

Haddonfield dispatched No. 4 seed Buena, 5-0, as Taylor Ng set the tone with a 6-0, 6-1 triumph at first singles.

Woodstown handled third-seeded Barnegat, 5-0, highlighted by the first-doubles team of Jessica Demarest and Kensie Weatherstone's 6-4, 6-3 victory.