After the first overtime, Clearview trailed, 11-9. The teams switched ends, and Clearview's Sara Kramer, a University of Michigan recruit, took over the game, scoring twice in a minute to tie it.
"She's a captain, and she was the perfect person to have the ball in that situation," Conklin said of Kramer, who finished with three goals. "She was very confident and very composed."
Host Pennsville won the Danielle Dolbow-Darby Tournament in a 12-11 final against Cumberland in eight innings.
Pennsville's Danielle Cornman went 2 for 4 with two doubles, two RBIs, and three runs.
In earlier tournament play:
Pennsville reached the final after it slammed Schalick, 10-0, behind Angela Lakatos, who tossed five scoreless innings of two-hit ball. Cornman and Taylor Brown each went 2 for 3 with two RBIs and two runs scored.
Courtney Buck went 3 for 3 and knocked in a pair of runs for Schalick, which sneaked past Holy Spirit, 4-3, in the first round.
Overbrook Tournament. Eastern won a pair of games to become the only team to reach the semifinals of the Overbrook Tournament on Saturday.
Jessica Heaton gave up one run on four hits over eight innings to get Eastern past Haddon Heights, 6-1.
Eastern clobbered Mainland in the first round, 12-0, behind Jackie Buckley and Kimi Jevic, who each homered.
In other first-round play:
Rachel Rivera went 2 for 3 with a home run and two RBIs for Millville, which beat Pennsauken, 11-1.
Haddon Heights' Shayla Sweeney gave up one run on three hits with six strikeouts in seven innings in an 8-1 win against Bishop Eustace. Sweeney also went 2 for 4 at the plate and scored a run.
Maddie Clarke's two home runs and four RBIs powered Woodstown past Sterling, 8-3. Allison Cabo earned the win, giving up three runs - two earned - on four hits, with six strikeouts over seven innings. Nicky Little crushed a two-run homer for Sterling.
Nonleague. Ocean City used some late-game magic to beat visiting Mount St. Joseph, 2-1.
Ocean City's Holly Mariano led off the seventh inning with a hit, then advanced to third after a single and a walk. Mariano raced home with the winning run when a ball bounced just far enough away from Mount St. Joseph's catcher.
Marissa Holt earned the win, giving up one run over seven innings. She struck out five and gave up five hits and a walk.
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