Madison Kelly stood at the plate with two strikes, two outs, and three baserunners who needed to come home for the Delsea softball team on Tuesday.

With her count at 2-2 in the bottom of the seventh inning, Kelly cracked a walk-off, bases-clearing double over the leftfielder's head to give Delsea a 6-5 nonleague win over visiting Deptford.

The three-RBI double completed a five-run inning for the Crusaders.

Pitcher Julia Voluntad struck out 12 to get the win.

Burlington County Patriot. Chrissy Dalton got the win in the circle and a double at the plate for Bordentown, which shut out Delran, 16-0, on the road. Anastasia Salera added a triple.

Delani Pecchioli, Jess Grant, and Brooke Figiel each recorded a double during Cinnaminson's 14-11 home win over Pemberton. Shannon Profy earned the win with three strikeouts.

Tri-County Classic. Angela Lakatos went 2 for 4 with a double, three runs, and two RBIs to lead the offense for host Pennsville, which rolled over Wildwood, 15-1.

Taylor Brown blasted a three-run home run. Brooke Coleman got the win, allowing one run on two hits and striking out six.

Olympic National. Brielle Pietrafesa went 2 for 4 and drove in five runs for Paul VI, which trumped Timber Creek at home, 15-6.

Sam Sack and Abbey Lord smacked two hits each.

Cape-Atlantic National. Lynnsie Collins homered for Buena, which rode a six-run sixth to beat host Middle Township, 9-3. Pitcher Lauren Dwyer got the win.

Khyasia Floyd belted three hits, scored four runs, and batted in four runs for Bridgeton, which took down Our Lady of Mercy, 19-9, on the road. Jenna Montana, the winning pitcher, was 2 for 3 with three runs and two RBIs.


The wind and wet weather didn't throw off Lenape's Erica Han, who shot a 2-over-par 37 to win the 11th annual South Jersey Ladies Invitational Golf Tournament at Centerton Golf Club in Pittsgrove Township.

Janice Shpadier, of Buena, finished second with a 41. Pinelands' Danielle Elia also shot a 41, but lost the tiebreaker in a match of cards.

Han and Taylor Hughart also finished first with a team score of 80. Gillian Marini and Aine Filler, the team from Moorestown, was second with an 89.