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Wed. S.J. girls: Absegami outlasts AC
Andrew Parent, Inquirer Staff Writer Posted: Thursday, April 3, 2014, 3:01 AM
With Absegami trailing by a run in the top of the seventh inning and down to its last out, Taylor Martin came through with a triple to knock in Tiffany Vibora and send the softball game to extra innings.
Jenna King then drove in Martin with a double in the top of the 10th inning to help Absegami pull out a grueling 6-5 win at Atlantic City in Cape-Atlantic American action Wednesday.
Bobbie Beck pitched all 10 innings for the victory, striking out five, walking four, and scattering 10 hits.
Cape-Atlantic National. Bridgeton put together a five-run fourth inning and a four-run fifth to break open its matchup with visiting Cape May Tech and went on to a 10-0 win.
Jenna Montana took care of business in the circle and at the plate, earning a three-hit shutout and getting two hits in four at-bats. Montana had four RBIs and scored two runs.
Colonial. Overbrook began its night with a six-run first en route to winning a high-scoring game against host West Deptford, 15-10. The Rams amassed 20 hits in the win. West Deptford smacked 23 hits.
Didi Miller picked up three hits and Courtney Miller slugged a double as Schalick downed visiting Wildwood, 9-1. Nic Fox and Mac Huber each had two hits for the Cougars, and Janna Gaburo was the winning pitcher.
Nonleague. With runners on second and third in the bottom of the sixth inning, Taylor Thompson came to the plate with a chance to give Cherry Hill West a lead, and she delivered.
Thompson cracked a go-ahead RBI single and helped the host Lions top crosstown rival Cherry Hill East, 2-1.
Becca Gurst chipped in a 2-for-3 performance from the plate, and winning pitcher Jamie Robinson fanned four to send the Lions (1-1) to their first win of the season.
In another nonleague game, Danielle Martinez slugged two doubles and scored twice as visiting Triton bested Highland, 5-3.
The Mustangs had 12 hits in the win and overcame an early 3-0 deficit by scoring two runs in the third inning and three in the fourth. Lacrosse Peyton Sventy helped fuel a dialed-up Rancocas Valley offense, scoring six goals to help lead the hosts past Pennsauken, 19-2, in a Burlington County Liberty game.
Layne Rogers and Kiersten ONeill recorded hat tricks, and Paige Maino contributed two goals.
Danielle Garfole and McKayla Montgomery also scored for Rancocas Valley, and Cerelia Cupit netted both goals for Pennsauken.
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