There were flowers and green balloons waiting for Jackie Pauling on Thursday afternoon after Clearview's 17-1 victory over Kingsway in Olympic Patriot girls' lacrosse.

Pauling, a senior who has committed to St. Joseph's for field hockey, scored three goals in the victory, including the 100th of her career.

Ali Donohue and Holly Tevis also had three goals each for the host Pioneers.

Olympic American. Natalie Peel delivered the winning goal with 1 minute, 36 seconds remaining in overtime as Lenape outlasted visiting Shawnee, 17-16.

Gabby Fornia led Lenape with five goals, and Peel added four. Shawnee's Caroline Farley had four goals and six assists, and Liza Barr scored six times.

Olympic Freedom. Samantha Souder and Sam Budd scored three goals apiece in West Deptford's 19-6 victory at Gloucester Catholic.

Krista LaMaina notched a game-high four goals to help visiting Collingswood cut down Gateway, 11-6.

Olympic National. Katarina Ostbye and Katie Pileggi poured in four goals each as Haddonfield turned away visiting Paul VI, 14-8.

Kristin Biche had three goals, three assists, and three ground balls, and Kelsey McMahon paired two goals with two assists to lift Bishop Eustace at Camden Catholic, 11-4.

Softball

Overbrook's Rachael McClaskey slugged her fifth home run of the season, and Alyssa Briggs fired the first shutout of her varsity career as Overbrook blanked visiting Haddonfield, 10-0, in the Colonial Conference.

In addition to the home run, McClaskey, a shortstop, went 4 for 4 with three runs and three steals. Briggs scattered three hits in the victory.

Elsewhere in the Colonial:

Haddon Heights eased to a 10-0 victory over visiting West Deptford. Mariah Hans hit a two-run homer to get things going in the first inning.

Kennedy Whalen went 2 for 3 with three RBIs as Gateway rolled over visiting Lindenwold, 21-1.

Burlington County Freedom. Callie Forzley helped her cause on the mound by hitting a two-run home run in the bottom of the first inning to give Moorestown the lead for good in a 10-6 victory over Pennsauken.

Burlington County Patriot. Anna Price went 3 for 4 with three runs in Bordentown's 11-6 victory at Pemberton.

Olympic American. Alyssa Petner and Samantha DiClementi each had two RBIs to push host Washington Township past Shawnee, 4-1.

Nonleague. Erynn Sobieski tossed a three-hitter and also went 2 for 3 with an RBI at the plate as Gloucester shut down visiting GCIT, 4-0.

Britani Esser (5 for 5) and Madinah Cathcart-Rowe (4 for 5) hit back-to-back home runs to open the fourth inning of Westampton Tech's 14-5 triumph over visiting Baptist Regional.

Brielle Morichetti pitched a five-hitter and went 3 for 4 with a double as Burlington City won at Delran, 8-0.