At the start of the season, Haddon Heights coach Brad Kent set a few goals. At the completion of Wednesday's home soccer game, the Garnets accomplished one of them.

Haddon Heights (14-4-0 overall) clinched the program's first Colonial Conference Patriot Division championship with a 2-0 victory over division rival Haddon Township.

Alex Pease started the scoring in the first half and assisted Sara Roselle on her second-half goal. Kacie Pisani made four saves.

"We are very pleased," Kent said. "But we're not done. Our next goal is to go deep in the playoffs."

Olympic American. Taylor Ryan and Olivia Schuck each netted a goal in the first half to lead Shawnee over visiting Cherokee, 2-0. Caroline Farley made eight saves.

Field Hockey

Paul VI beat visiting Cherokee, 4-3, in overtime of an Olympic Conference inter-division game.

Breck Urban scored the winner, off an assist from Carly Murphy. Marie Green had a hat trick.

Nonleague. Erin Campbell scored a pair of goals in host Camden Catholic's 3-1 win over Lenape.

Mackenzie Karcher scored five goals and had an assist to lead visiting Maple Shade in a 8-2 rout of Moorestown Friends. Carolyn Bennett, Nicole Lloyd and Makayla Muse also scored.

Haddonfield's match at Rancocas Valley ended in a 1-1 tie. Meghan Smart scored in the first half. Rancocas Valley's Kayla Jabkowski scored a second-half goal off an assist from Damali Young.

Gymnastics

Cherokee's Paige Rhoads took first place with an all-around score of 36.7 in the Olympic Conference championship held at Cherokee.

Softball

Haddon Heights named Lisa Benedetti as its new head coach, replacing Michelle Schlichtig, who resigned after the 2014 season to become the head coach at Rutgers Camden. Benedetti was one of Haddon Heights' assistant coaches last season.