Rebecca Schultz was outstanding in net for Moorestown (8-3-1), turning aside 16 shots.
In other Coaches Tournament openers:
Erica Graziosi's unassisted goal early in the match and flawless goaltending by Kristin McShane carried seventh-seed Paul VI to a 1-0 home win over 10th-seeded Clearview.
The Eagles (8-4-1) advance to next week's quarterfinal round against No. 2 seed Washington Township.
Top-seeded Lenape wasted little time in establishing its attack, scoring four times in the first half en route to a 5-2 triumph over No. 16 seed Egg Harbor Township.
Katie Rigby scored twice and Tori Prager dealt three assists, while Allison Johnson and Nikki Brooks split time in the nets for the Indians (13-1-1). Emmy Duffey, Nicolette Stoner, and Shannon Westhead rounded out Lenape's scoring. The Eagles showed some grit in the second half, getting goals from Amanda Bardello and Laina Matus.
Colonial. Paige Paratore pulled host West Deptford even with eight minutes to go in regulation, and Megan Kirschling's goal 1 minute, 40 seconds into overtime completed the Eagles' 3-2, come-from-behind victory over Haddon Township.
Cherokee's Megan Lacy cruised to the win in 18:53, but runner-up Natalia Ocasio and her Lenape teammates captured the team crown in the Burlington County Open at Mill Creek Park in Willingboro.
Amanda Hickman battled past Morgan Elam, 6-2, 6-7 (4-7), 6-2, at first singles to help second-seeded Millville survive an upset scare by No. 11 seed Lenape, 3-2, in the South Jersey Group 4 semifinals.
The Thunderbolts, who lost to Atlantic City in the sectional final two years ago, advance to Monday's championship match.
Montana Fleming put Bishop Eustace in command by picking up two of her three goals in the first half, and Kelly Quinn scored twice after intermission as the host Crusaders decisively handed New Egypt its first loss of the season, 6-0, in a nonleague match.
Alex Pecora made five saves in shutting down the Warriors, who had not scored less than two goals in any of their 13 wins.
In another key nonleague clash, Emily Arnot had two goals and Abby Watson scored once to lead host Shawnee past Robbinsville, 3-1.
Cape-Atlantic. Lower Cape May netminder Rebecca Holden came through with 29 saves and teammate Jess Dougherty produced the tying goal with 8:59 to go in the second half, as the host Tigers earned a 2-2 draw with Egg Harbor Township. Shannon Adams had both goals for the Eagles.