GCIT pitcher Erynn Sobieski did not get much help against Tri-County Royal foe Delsea, but she got just enough in a 1-0 home win Friday.
Sobieski went the distance, giving up five hits and striking out eight.
GCIT scored in the fourth inning when Cheyenne Revoir drove in Claire Lucas with a sacrifice fly.
Delsea's Julia Voluntad was a hard-luck loser after giving up seven hits and striking out nine in seven innings.
Tri-County Classic. Pitman's Maggie Brown picked up her 100th career hit in a 17-2 win at Wildwood.
Olympic National. Sam Foster had three hits in Seneca's 1-0 win at Cherry Hill West. Seneca scored on a Cherry Hill West error in the first inning.
In other Olympic National action, Paul VI's Brielle Pietrafesa slammed two home runs in a 7-4 win against visiting Timber Creek.
Pietrafesa finished 3 for 4 with four RBIs.
Colonial. Gateway struck for seven runs in the sixth inning to earn a 10-4 home win against Sterling.
Kennedy White finished 2 for 3 with five RBIs, and Alyssa Welsh had the team's only extra-base hit, a double.
Burlington County Freedom. Florence's Brielle Emery went 2 for 4 with a triple and an RBI in a 14-2 win at Burlington City.
Rachel Levach contributed three hits for Florence, including a double, and scored twice.
Burlington County Liberty. Damali Young homered to lead Rancocas Valley to an 11-1 home win against Pennsauken.
Clare Monaghan and Elise Sullivan each picked up three goals to lead Bishop Eustace to a 13-7 win at Seneca in an Olympic Conference matchup.
Liz Wisan contributed two goals for Bishop Eustace.
Ellie Blythe led Seneca with three goals.
Nonleague. Caitlin Delaney netted six goals and had two assists for Cherry Hill East in a 19-5 victory at Paul VI.
Emily Johnson also deposited five goals for Cherry Hill East, and Kristin Bate led Paul VI with three.
Elsewhere in nonleague play, Carleigh MacWilliams finished with six goals in Cinnaminson's 17-0 home win against Moorestown Friends.
Taylor Hynes and Danielle Kenny each picked up three goals for Cinnaminson. Sarah Ritter had two.