In other South Jersey Group 3 openers:
Nyasia Flores was hit by a pitch, moved to second on a walk and scored standing up on Taylor Rizzotte's single to center in the bottom of the seventh, making fourth-seeded Hammonton a 4-3 winner over No. 13 seed Manchester Township.
Shilah Snead drove in four runs with a pair of singles and Brittany Schwegel went 3 for 4 at the plate and scored twice, highlighting sixth-seeded Delsea's 11-1 romp over No. 11 seed Lacey Township.
South Jersey Group 1. Rightfielder Amber Snyder made a sliding catch in the sixth inning to preserve Hunter Urban's no-hitter as sixth-seeded Audubon stopped No. 11 seed Clayton, 10-0. Urban struck out 12 and walked two, and her cousin, Sarah, went 3 for 3 with two RBIs.
Jessie Blythe dumped a double into right field to score Sarah Gawrysiak with the go-ahead run in the bottom of the sixth, and freshman Katey Griese pitched a complete game in just her third varsity start, as eighth-seeded Haddon Township trimmed No. 9 seed Gateway, 2-1.
Seventh-seeded Pitman's 13-3 win over No. 10 seed Woodbury included Danielle Carr's home run and four RBIs, and three RBIs by pitcher Julie Gillespie.
Lindsey Van Etten and Jessica Harrell each drove in three runs and Kyle Barton added two RBIs, allowing No. 5 seed Schalick to outscore 12th-seeded Salem, 10-8.
South Jersey Group 2. Buena's Brittany Scott set a school record with her 15th shutout of the season and fired her eighth no-hitter as the top-seeded Chiefs blanked No. 16 seed Cinnaminson, 7-0. Scott struck out 13, breaking Jenna Berenato's 2002 shutout record of 14, and Alex Lolly hit a three-run homer.
Chelsea Thomas' third hit of the day, a two-out double in the seventh inning, brought in the winning run for third-seeded Haddon Heights' 5-4 defeat of No. 14 seed Collingswood.
GCIT ace Erynn Sobieski complemented her no-hitter by singling in a pair of runs, as the second-seeded Cheetahs ran away from No. 15 seed Bridgeton, 11-0.
Sophomore Victoria Raffaele's second-inning double staked eighth-seeded Middle Township to an early lead, and senior righthander Veronica Walters took care of the rest - shutting down No. 9 seed Deptford, 2-0.
South Jersey Group 4. Third-seeded Eastern manufactured a first-inning run on a single, a sacrifice bunt, a stolen base and a fielder's choice ground out, and Steph Vuono (9 strikeouts) did the rest in shutting down No. 14 seed Toms River North on five hits, 1-0.
Jackie Pezzato tossed a two-hit shutout and Sam Guarino singled, stole a base and scored in the third inning of second-seeded Shawnee's 1-0 victory over No. 15 seed Cherry Hill West.
Desiree Martinez's three-run home run ignited No. 8 seed Triton's 6-1 win over ninth-seeded Atlantic City. Pitcher Brielle Reighn scattered five hits and also went 3 for 4.
Central Jersey Group 1. Rachel Levach ripped a two-run double in the fifth inning and Heather Horner batted 3 for 3 with one RBI, pacing third-seeded Florence, 9-1, over No. 14 seed Highland Park.
South Jersey Non-Public A. Stephanie Heresniak belted a three-run home run for No. 5 seed Paul VI, which emptied the bat rack in blasting No. 12 seed Bishop Eustace, 14-2.
Brielle Pietrafesa doubled twice in going 3 for 4 with two RBIs, and Samantha Harner and Dylan Jarvis combined for five hits and four RBIs for the Eagles.
Brittany Bollendorf pumped in five goals and Megan Tiernan picked up three assists to go with her four goals, powering top-seeded Washington Township past No. 5 seed Jackson Memorial, 16-11, in a South Jersey Group 4 semifinal.
Christina Brennan added a hat trick and Jenna Dingler chipped in a goal and a pair of assists for the Minutemaids, who will host No. 3 seed Clearview in Thursday's title game.