Scott (12-2), a senior righthander, struck out 16 and walked one. Janessa Rios batted 3 for 3 and scored one run for the 14-2 Chiefs.
Karissa Scott's seventh-inning double brought home Arielle Magee, making host Lower Cape May a 9-8 winner over Ocean City. Mary Beth Keeler had a single, a double, a triple, and two RBIs for the Tigers.
Gabby Banks's bases-loaded, two-out suicide squeeze plated the go-ahead run in the fourth inning, and host Millville went on to nip Vineland, 2-1.
Olympic. Lindsey Manera struck out six in pitching a perfect game and Taylor Warrick hit an opposite-field home run, highlighting Lenape's 4-0 home win over Winslow Township.
Colonial. Maresa Malcolm ripped a bases-clearing double, and winning pitcher Shayla Sweeney contributed two hits and three RBIs as host Haddon Heights handled Lindenwold, 11-0.
Tri-County. Lindsey Gaines doubled in Emily Pettie in the second inning, and Shayla Loud made the lead stand, striking out seven and scattering five hits and two walks in Cumberland's 1-0 win at Williamstown.
Coaches for Cancer Tournament. At Triton, Jean Romer made her varsity debut by going 3 for 4 with one run and one stolen base, and Brandi Chester laced a two-run single in the top of the seventh to allow GCIT to edge Paul VI, 5-4.
Burlington County Tournament. Eighth-seeded Rancocas Valley scratched out two runs in the sixth inning and one in the seventh to rally past No. 9 seed Bordentown, 6-5, in an opening-round game at RV.
Lenape, ranked fourth in South Jersey by The Inquirer, turned up its attack after intermission to pull away from No. 10 Seneca, 12-6, in an Olympic Conference interdivision match.
Rena Carabases, Emily Duffey, and Olivia Streinlein each had a hat trick, and Carly Walters contributed three assists for the visiting Indians, who used a 6-1, second-half surge to improve to 9-1 overall.
West Deptford also closed strong to put away visiting Sterling, 16-8, in an Olympic Conference National Division clash.
Maddie Waschko scored five times and Emily Whalin added three goals and two assists for the Eagles, who held a 7-5 lead at halftime. The Silver Knights' Tori Shinkowitz had a game-high six goals.
Cape-Atlantic. Jenn Eisenberg set a career high with four goals, Mainland goalie Brianna Gerstel stopped 13 shots, and the Mustangs qualified for the state playoffs by holding off host Egg Harbor Township, 16-14. The Eagles wasted Melissa Williams' seven-goal outburst.
Macki Groves (5 goals, 2 assists) and Megan Hoffman (4 goals) led the assault for Millville, which received scoring from 10 players in an 18-6 rout of visiting Absegami.