Two Sacred Heart juniors reached milestones Tuesday during a 7-2 win against visiting Cedar Creek in a Cape-Atlantic National softball game.

Rosie LaGrotta gave up two runs on six hits in seven innings to pick up her 16th win this year and 58th in her career, tying her with Kylie Kristovic for the school's career record.

Kristovic graduated in 2010.

Catcher Danielle Lugo went 2 for 4 and picked up her 100th career hit in the sixth inning when she lined a base hit up the middle.

In other Cape-Atlantic National play, Ariel Magee and Jess Dougherty doubled to help push host Lower Cape May past Cape May Tech, 13-7.

Tri-County Royal. Kingsway's Kara Grogan had two hits and scored three times, including the game-winning run, in an 11-10 victory at Delsea.

Burlington County Tournament. After visiting New Egypt tied the game at 4-4 with two runs in the top of the seventh, Florence's Megan Goodspeed led off the bottom half with a base hit and scored on Gina Bruno's double to advance to the tournament final.

Colonial. Rutgers recruit Shayla Sweeney tossed a two-hit shutout with 10 strikeouts for Haddon Heights against visiting Gateway in a 3-0 victory.

Olympic American. Washington Township's Taylor Coroneos twirled a one-hit shutout to earn a 2-0 victory at Cherokee. Coroneos had eight strikeouts.

Nonleague. Meghin Stanton pitched a three-hit shutout and fanned 10 in Northern Burlington's 2-0 win against visiting Burlington Township.


Caitlin Delaney scored seven goals and Emily Johnson was right behind her with six for Cherry Hill East in a 19-11 win against visiting Kingsway in an Olympic Patriot matchup.

Colonial. Sterling's Tori Shinkowitz netted seven goals in a 21-6 victory at Gateway.


Cherokee's Jess Woodard, Timber Creek's Alicia Terrell, Seneca's Joey Webb, and Winslow Township's Torie Robinson each won two events at the Olympic Conference Championships at Washington Township.

Woodard won the shot put (42 feet, 81/2 inches) and discus (160-2).

Terrell took home the crown in the 100-meter hurdles (14.9 seconds) and the high jump (5-2).

Webb won the 800 run (2:19.12) and the 1,600 (5:12.10).

Robinson claimed first in the 200 (25.62) and 400-meter hurdles (1:02.45).