Junior Brooke Coleman dropped just one game at third singles, clinching the Eagles' championship after Lauren Kiger and Tori Nugent had won their matches.
Sarah Zuzulock scored and added an assist, and her Gateway team rode goalkeeper Janelle Orsino's 18 saves to a 3-1, Colonial Conference victory over visiting Sterling.
Tri-County. Pennsville junior Sabrina Necelis netted a hat trick, teammate Brielyn Hackett dished out four assists, and the Eagles rolled past Penns Grove, 6-0.
Leading scorer Chelsea Abhau added a goal, and keepers Dani Cornman and Alyssa Whipkey teamed for Pennsville's seventh shutout of the season.
Burlington County. Cheyenne Armstrong and Carly Newman scored as Riverside, victor of six straight, blanked Trenton Catholic, 2-0.
Cinnaminson's Janae Dockins knocked in the game's lone goal off a late corner kick, and her Pirates topped New Egypt, 1-0.
Nonleague. Egg Harbor Township keeper Antonia Maffia was peppered with 20 Williamstown shots, but stopped them all for a 1-0 win. Scoreless after the opening stanza, leading scorer Hannah Richman found Egg Harbor teammate Alexis Magruder for the Eagles' second-half winner.
Megan Kelly's second goal proved decisive, as her overtime winner sent Moorestown to a 2-1 thriller over Clearview.
Jade Freeberg scored three times and Amanda Hojnowski, Sydney Ponto and Claudia Theriault added two goals apiece as West Deptford romped to a 9-0 drubbing of Sterling in the Colonial Conference.
Also in the Colonial, Mariah Thomas' second-half goal proved the difference in Audubon's 2-1 victory against Gateway.
Tri-County. Clearview's contingent of juniors led the way, as Jackalyn Pauling's hat trick sprung the Pioneers to an 8-0 shutout against Williamstown. Classmate Holly Tevis chipped in two goals and an assist, and fellow third-year player Bella Mumma mirrored Tevis with two assists and a goal.
Caleigh West scored three goals, and Kingsway's suffocating defense held GCIT without a shot on goal in their 3-0 triumph.
Olympic. Timber Creek's trio of Candace Dunn, Jessie Kinzler, and Nicole Melchiorre hit the net in first half, and the Chargers held on for a 3-0 road win over Paul VI.
Burlington County. Delran's depth was on display, with seven players reaching the score sheet in a 7-0 win over host Palmyra.
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