Gloucester Catholic distanced itself with seven runs in the sixth inning.
Also in the Classic Division, Dani Merritt threw a six-hitter and went 4 for 5 from the plate to power Salem to a 10-2 win at Clayton. Dina Cable, Lauren Turner, and Merritt each doubled, and Jessica Pate was 5 for 5 and scored three runs. All the Rams' scoring came after the fourth inning.
Cape-Atlantic National. Six runs in the third inning vaulted Lower Cape May to a 10-7 win at Bridgeton. Autumn Sachs homered and drove in three runs.
Colonial. Zeaenna Brackett went 2 for 4 with a home run and two RBIs to lift Haddonfield over visiting Woodbury, 4-3.
Olympic National. Megan Wall clubbed her first career home run over the fence in right field en route to a 3-for-4 day at the plate to lead host Paul VI past Seneca, 22-8. Dylan Jarvis drove in six runs.
Nonleague. Brielle Morichetti struck out all 12 batters she faced as host Burlington City blanked Camden Academy Charter, 12-0.
Palmyra's Caroline Beuerle went 2 for 4, scored four runs, and knocked in three to help the Panthers cruise past visiting Lindenwold, 20-1. Nicole Broomhead's two RBIs came on a 3-for-3 day hitting.
For her second consecutive start, Julia Voluntad went the distance. The Delsea pitcher struck out 14 and scattered three hits as the Crusaders topped host Penns Grove, 8-2. At the plate, Voluntad went 3 for 4 with three RBIs and scored a run.
Rancocas Valley divided 14 goals three ways as the host Red Devils breezed past Northern Burlington, 14-1, in a Burlington County Liberty game.
MeKayla Montgomery paced Rancocas Valley with seven goals, Peyton Sventy added five, and McKenzie Montgomery had two.
Cape-Atlantic. Jenna Herlihy tallied five goals, and Allison Hunter and Julianna Riggitano each added a hat trick to power Middle Township to a 19-8 win at Mainland.
Olympic Patriot. Cherry Hill East pulled away in the second half as the visiting Cougars doubled up Cherry Hill West, 14-7. Taylor Patrizi and Meg Thompson each netted a hat trick. Thompson also recorded an assist.
Rachel Adap made eight saves to earn the win. Cherry Hill East led by only 4-3 at halftime.