SOFTBALL

NONLEAGUE

Haddon Heights 8, Penns Grove 6: Kacie Pisani was perfect at the plate with four hits, including the eventual game-winning RBI single, to lead the visiting Garnets on Friday. Lauren Simmons added two hits, two RBIs, and two runs. Chelsea Thomas went 3 for 5 and scored twice. Mariah Hans, who recorded her 100th hit on Thursday, doubled in Friday's game.

Rancocas Valley 14, Pemberton 4: Damali Young tripled, homered, and finished with two runs and four RBIs as the Red Devils won at home. Alexis Dunphy went 3 for 4 with two runs and three RBIs. Natalie Hardiman allowed two runs on six hits in four innings to pick up the win.

Westhampton Tech 15, Trenton Catholic 0: Tamara Peterson pitched a four-inning one-hitter to get the win on the road. She struck out nine.

COLONIAL CONFERENCE

Sterling 20, Gateway 1: Gabby Ochinegro doubled twice in the Silver Knights' home win. Haley Pease and Nicky Little had one double each. Marissa Naegle had a triple.

OLYMPIC NATIONAL

Paul VI 8, Timber Creek 4: Brielle Pietrafesa mashed three hits, drove in three runs, and scored twice for the visiting Eagles. Breck Urban went 3 for 3 with a walk.

Seneca 5, Cherry Hill West 0: Kaila Gerber scattered four hits and struck out 11 in the shutout at home. Kendra Decker finished 2 for 3 with an RBI. Gianna Decker belted one hit, knocked in one run, and scored twice.

TRI-COUNTY CLASSIC

Pennsville 11, Clayton 1: Carly DiDonna went 3 for 3 with two doubles, two runs, and two RBIs. The host Eagles scored all 11 runs in the fourth inning. Brooke Coleman allowed one run on three hits in the five-inning game.

LACROSSE

CAPE-ATLANTIC LEAGUE

Ocean City 20, Mainland 6: Kelly Hanna poured in nine goals to lead the Raiders on the road. Kristi Rohrer netted four goals. Rialee Allen added a hat trick.

Middle Township 21, Our Lady of Mercy 3: Bridget Ruskey and Emily Wonder each recorded a hat trick to lead a balanced scoring attack for the visiting Panthers. Middle Township received goals from 12 players.

OLYMPIC PATRIOT

Clearview 19, Seneca 6: Hannah Quast deposited a game-high four goals to power the Pioneers on the road. Kasey Diodati, Chandler McFeeley, Jackie Pauling, and Holly Tevis added hat tricks.

OLYMPIC AMERICAN

Shawnee 14, Eastern 6: Caroline Farley found the back of the net five times for the host Renegades. Caroline Shinske followed with a hat trick. Maddie Bray had two goals.