Eastern clinched its first Olympic Conference American Division girls' soccer title since 2004, and coach Jamie McGroarty earned his 300th career win with the Vikings' 2-0 victory Wednesday at Cherokee.
"When you retire, you look at those things," McGroarty said of the personal milestone. "More importantly, we clinched a conference."
Sarah Kane and Madison Tiernan scored, and Imani Taylor made five saves to pick up the shutout.
"It's a real big accomplishment for the kids," McGroarty said. "To clinch it with three games left in our conference, it's a really big achievement."
Olympic National. Kristen Bate broke a scoreless tie in the second half to propel Paul VI past host Seneca, 1-0.
Cape-Atlantic. Brooke Muhlbaier set up two goals in less than a minute to give Millville a 2-1 win over visiting Egg Harbor Township.
Brianna Robinson tied the game with 18 minutes, 3 seconds remaining before Jamie Parent scored the winner with 17:20 left.
In other Cape-Atlantic play, Hammonton's Zoe Conover scored in a 1-0 home victory against Vineland.
Nonleague. After two halves of scoreless play, Tori Prager scored a minute into overtime, and Lenape won at Shawnee, 1-0.
Leah Simpson scored four times and Doane Academy beat visiting Mercy Vocational, 6-1.
Simpson completed the hat trick in the first half before adding her fourth goal in the second.
Julia Braungart, Juliet Esposito, and Shannon McCormick scored to lead Camden Catholic over Winslow Township, 3-1.
Florence rallied for three goals in the second half to win at Bordentown, 4-3, in a nonleague match.
Lexi Smith and Heather Horner each scored twice.
In other nonleague play, Shawnee scored twice in the second half to pick up a 3-2 win at Camden Catholic. Casey Eck scored the winning goal with 10 minutes remaining.
Rancocas Valley outshot Cinnaminson, 19-2, but scored its lone goal with 26:21 remaining for a 1-0 victory. Alicia Belko scored the game-winner, unassisted, for the Red Devils.
Gina Tamburri scored in overtime, her second goal, to lift Moorestown Friends over visiting Maple Shade, 2-1.
Host Delran topped Northern Burlington, 3-1, behind a pair of first-half goals. Danielle Conti, Sammie Gericke, and Marissa Green scored for the Bears.
Despite 40 saves by Paul VI's Meredith Stocklin, Cherokee picked up a 2-0 road win. Lauren Thomas and Lily Feldman scored.
Devin Muracco scored five goals in Washington Township's 6-1 victory at Cherry Hill West.
Melissa Henry, Carly McCausland, and Kalyn O'Brien scored to give Seneca a 3-1 home win against Cherry Hill East.
Holy Cross struck for five first-half goals and won at Burlington City, 7-1.
Jessie Kinzler scored and dished out three assists for Timber Creek, which beat visiting Highland, 8-2.
Colonial. West Deptford outshot Haddonfield, 30-4, and picked up a 4-1 home win. Brooke Brown, Jade Freeberg, Rachel Krott, and Sydney Ponto provided the goals for the Eagles.
Kim Flacco and Alexis Pietrusz each recorded a hat trick in Haddon Township's 8-0 home victory against Lindenwold.
Shauna Penney also scored twice.
Cape-Atlantic. Emily DeMarco's hat trick and two assists led St. Joseph's past visiting Hammonton, 6-2.
DeMarco tied Molly Mullee, who scored twice in the contest, for the team lead with 12 goals this season.
In other Cape-Atlantic play, Corrine Etter scored twice and host Millville dropped Vineland, 5-0.
Gianna Giacinto and Kailey Stangle each scored a pair of goals, and Mainland beat visiting Absegami, 7-0.