Sam Nevius stole home to pull Deptford even and Lexi Croce followed with the game-winning single, highlighting a two-run seventh-inning rally that lifted the host Spartans over Highland, 6-5, on Thursday in Tri-County Conference softball.
In another Tri-County game, Erynn Sobieski pitched a three-hitter in posting her 11th win of the season, with offensive support from Taylor Thomas (2 for 2, 2 RBIs) and Taylor Favinger (3 for 4, 2 runs) ensuring GCIT's 4-1 victory over visiting Cumberland.
Burlington County. Megan Horvath roped a bases-loaded triple, Gabrielle Ashman and Caitlyn Szymczak added two RBIs apiece, and Brittany Granahan survived a shaky seventh in pitching Maple Shade to a 14-9 victory at Cinnaminson.
Cape-Atlantic. Angela Jackson reached 100 career hits and Cassidy Gorgo and Gabby Banks combined on a four-inning no-hitter, as host Millville mauled Cape May Tech, 15-0. Jackson batted 4 for 4, stole three bases, scored twice, and knocked in three runs to highlight the Thunderbolts' 20-hit barrage.
Colonial. Skylar Carpenter drove in two runs with three hits and winning pitcher Jenna Hohenberger benefited from an early five-run lead in holding off host Gateway, 5-3.
Run-scoring doubles by Maddie McCleery and Mariah Hans carried host Haddon Heights past Audubon, 5-1.
Nonleague. Rebecca Williams batted 3 for 3 with three RBIs for host Pitman, which used a seven-run first inning to make quick work of Woodbury, 13-3.
Gianna Bowe and Kim Tumolo had the Bishop Eustace defenders on their heels, as the pair combined for nine goals in Clearview's 15-6 road win.
Sara Kramer, Allison McCardell, and Julie Sutton had two goals apiece for the Pioneers, who stormed out to an 11-3 lead in the Olympic Conference interdivision match.
Also in the Olympic, Michelle Gonzales (5 goals) and Christine DiLullo (2 goals, 2 assists) keyed a fast start that allowed Cherokee to hold on for a 10-8 triumph at West Deptford.
Cape-Atlantic. Corrine Etter's game-high four goals and a 20-save performance by Felicia Branagan enabled host Millville to put away Mainland, 12-9.
Burlington County. Carleigh MacWilliams pumped in six goals and set up three additional scores for host Cinnaminson, which avenged a season-opening 12-11 loss by knocking off Northern Burlington, 18-12.