The Rams were less effective in the batter's box, managing just five singles and a walk while striking out 13 times against winning pitcher Haley Broomell.
In other Tri-County action:
Four days after pitching her first perfect game, Kingsway ace Kelsey Dominik lost her no-hit bid on a lead-off single in the seventh inning but recovered to shut out visiting Clearview, 5-0.
Freshman rightfielder Isabella Bradian batted 3 for 3 and scored twice for the Dragons.
Annie Murphy and winning pitcher Breanna Worrell combined for six hits, three RBIs and two runs as host Deptford rallied past Clayton, 4-3.
Trista Mokienko and winning pitcher Julia Voluntad teamed up to produce five hits, three RBIs and five runs scored as host Delsea dumped Wildwood, 14-4.
Burlington County. Andi Veneziale slapped a two-run single in the eighth inning to enable host Northern Burlington to outlast Moorestown, 5-3.
Samantha Beckett (2 for 3, 1 RBI) and Jenna Rodriguez (1 for 2, 1 run) accounted for all of New Egypt's hits in a 4-1 win over visiting Holy Cross.
Kayla Rafferty had a double and three RBIs for host Cinnaminson, which used a six-run first inning to hold off Willingboro, 8-5.
Olympic. Sophomore shortstop Sierra Machinski picked up six RBIs on a single and a double, and Alyssa Sims went 4 for 4, knocked in two runs and scored three times to lead host Cherry Hill West over Seneca, 9-4.
Susan Wysocki fanned 13 batters while limiting Timber Creek to three hits and a walk, and Karley Kercherski went 3 for 3 with two RBIs and one run in Camden Catholic's 7-0 road win.
Cape-Atlantic. Selena Santiago singled, tripled, scored one run and drove in one to key Egg Harbor Township's 6-1 win at Bridgeton.
Wildwood Catholic pushed across three runs in the sixth and seventh innings to finish off host Ocean City, 9-2. Winning pitcher Jackie DeLong struck out nine while yielding just three hits.
Nonleague. Jessica Harrell tripled three times in going 3 for 3 with three runs and five RBIs, highlighting Schalick's 15-0 home romp over Camden Academy Charter.
In a battle for first place in the Cape-Atlantic League, host Ocean City supplanted Millville atop the standings with a 13-8 win.
Casey Hanna and Tess Solazzo had four goals apiece, and Megan Devlin contributed two goals and two assists for the Red Raiders (11-3 overall, 11-1 league).
Corrine Etter and Macki Groves each scored twice for the Thunderbolts (12-3, 11-2).
Olympic. Rachel Krott (4 goals) and Paige Paratore (3 goals) sparked a fast start that sent host West Deptford to a 14-6 rout of Gloucester Catholic.
Nonleague. Alli Hawco and Ellie O'Neill each scored five times, and goalie Shauna Lamaina stopped seven shots to help Collingswood nip host Delran, 10-8.