Bridgette Allessandrini raced home on a two-out wild pitch in the bottom of the seventh inning, giving host Hammonton a 1-0 victory over Absegami on Friday in Cape-Atlantic League softball.
Kimmy Hellyer went the distance for the win, shutting out the Braves on six hits. Kelly Lupton took the loss even though she gave up only two hits and two walks and struck out 11.
In other Cape-Atlantic action:
One day after pitching her third perfect game of the season, Brittany Scott tossed her fourth no-hitter in Buena's 5-0 home win over Middle Township.
Scott (12-2), a senior righthander, struck out 16 and walked one. Janessa Rios batted 3 for 3 and scored one run for the 14-2 Chiefs.
Karissa Scott's seventh-inning double brought home Arielle Magee, making host Lower Cape May a 9-8 winner over Ocean City. Mary Beth Keeler had a single, a double, a triple, and two RBIs for the Tigers.
Gabby Banks' bases-loaded, two-out suicide squeeze plated the go-ahead run in the fourth inning, and host Millville went on to nip Vineland, 2-1.
Olympic. Lindsey Manera struck out six in pitching a perfect game and Taylor Warrick hit an opposite-field home run, highlighting Lenape's 4-0 home win over Winslow Township.
Colonial. Maresa Malcolm ripped a bases-clearing double, and winning pitcher Shayla Sweeney contributed two hits and three RBIs as host Haddon Heights handled Lindenwold, 11-0.
Tri-County. Lindsey Gaines doubled in Emily Pettie in the second inning, and Shayla Loud made the lead stand, striking out seven and scattering five hits and two walks in Cumberland's 1-0 win at Williamstown.
Coaches for Cancer Tournament. At Triton, Jean Romer made her varsity debut by going 3 for 4 with one run and one stolen base, and Brandi Chester laced a two-run single in the top of the seventh to allow GCIT to edge Paul VI, 5-4.
Burlington County Tournament. Eighth-seeded Rancocas Valley scratched out two runs in the sixth inning and one in the seventh to rally past No. 9 seed Bordentown, 6-5, in an opening-round game at RV.
Lenape, ranked fourth in South Jersey by The Inquirer, turned up its attack after intermission to pull away from No. 10 Seneca, 12-6, in an Olympic Conference interdivision match.
Rena Carabases, Emily Duffey, and Olivia Streinlein each had a hat trick, and Carly Walters contributed three assists for the visiting Indians, who used a 6-1, second-half surge to improve to 9-1 overall.
West Deptford also closed strong to put away visiting Sterling, 16-8, in an Olympic Conference National Division clash.
Maddie Waschko scored five times and Emily Whalin added three goals and two assists for the Eagles, who held a 7-5 lead at halftime. The Silver Knights' Tori Shinkowitz had a game-high six goals.
Cape-Atlantic. Jenn Eisenberg set a career high with four goals, Mainland goalie Brianna Gerstel stopped 13 shots, and the Mustangs qualified for the state playoffs by holding off host Egg Harbor Township, 16-14. The Eagles wasted Melissa Williams' seven-goal outburst.