Steph Wolfrom celebrated a record-setting day and joined her teammates in helping Eastern clinch its second Olympic Conference American Division softball title in three seasons, as the Vikings cruised, 13-2, at Cherry Hill East on Tuesday.
Wolfrom roped a two-base hit to give her the school career record with 19 doubles.
Meg Parker and Jax Buckley each had a single, double, and triple for Eastern, which banged out 16 hits in support of winning pitcher Steph Vuono.
In other Olympic action:
Shawnee completed its 8-0 run through Patriot Division competition, claiming the crown with a 4-2 triumph at second-place Triton.
Lily Shontz put the Renegades ahead to stay with a two-run double in the third inning.
Alyssa Petner knocked in three runs with a pair of singles, Jessica Hughes doubled twice in going 3 for 5 with two RBIs, and Abria Tinsley shut out Cherry Hill West over the final four innings to close out Washington Township's 13-5 home win.
Burlington County. Brielle Morichetti was perfect over three innings, recording eight of the nine outs on strikes, and Brielle Rodriguez batted 3 for 3 with four RBIs and two runs scored as Burlington City made quick work of host Trenton Catholic, 15-0.
Florence and New Egypt received dominant pitching performances to remain tied for first place - and stay on course for a May 15 showdown that should determine the Patriot Division champion.
One day after tossing a six-inning perfect game, New Egypt senior Alison Martino struck out 11, walked none, and limited host Delran to four hits in a 2-0 victory.
Florence freshman Anna Reed fanned eight and scattered four singles and two walks in shutting down host Holy Cross, 3-0.
Colonial. Audubon widened its Patriot Division lead to 21/2 games as the Green Wave rolled to a 14-5 home win over second-place Haddon Township.
Valerie Pineiro hit a three-run home run in finishing with six RBIs on two hits, and Sarah Urban slapped a bases-loaded double in support of her cousin, winning pitcher Hunter Urban.
Liberty Division leader Haddon Heights ran its conference record to 12-0, with Shayla Sweeney tossing a two-hitter and seven Garnets players contributing at least one hit in a 12-0 romp at Haddonfield.
Cape-Atlantic. Demi Murry lost her perfect-game bid on a seventh-inning single but finished with a dozen strikeouts and a one-hit shutout as Vineland edged host Mainland, 2-0.
Tri-County. Marissa Cappello, subbing for injured starter Abby Merryman (hand), picked up her second win in two days with a three-hit shutout as Gloucester Catholic dropped host Deptford, 13-0.
Cait Eltholtz had three hits in four at-bats, including two doubles, to highlight the Rams' 12-hit attack.