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.
Nonleague. Korhsae Butler, Jenna Montana and Halley Day combined for eight hits, 10 RBIs, and four runs for host Bridgeton, which scored 14 runs in the fourth inning to finish off Camden County Tech, 16-4.