Delran exploded to its first softball victory this year when the Bears blasted Trenton Catholic, 19-0, Wednesday.
The win was gratifying to Alexis Grandinetti, Delran's first-year head coach who, with the rest of the team, has been suffering through rainouts and fields too wet to use.
Rachel Bintliff and Gabby Polizzi combined for a no-hitter. Meanwhile, Aubrey Paris went 4-for-4 with a pair of home runs, s single and three RBIs and Devin Bautz went 2-for-4 with a triple, single and 2 RBIs.
The Holy Cross offense continues to click, as the Crusaders prevailed by seven goals for the second time in three days — 8-1 over visiting Florence — in a Burlington County League clash.
Clare Macadams was at the heart of the attack, picking up an assist to go with her hat trick, and Catherine Lamplugh came through with a goal and two assists.
Liana Nedler’s goal midway through the second half enabled host Medford Tech to hold off Trenton Catholic, 3-2. Karyssa Rivera had a pair of second-half goals for TC.
P.J. Solowey buried a drop pass from Joe Roussin 30 seconds into the second overtime, completing host Delsea’s 2-1 come-from-behind victory over Deptford yesterday in a Tri-County Conference Royal Division boys’ soccer match.
Carlos Rodriguez gave Deptford the lead in the first half, but Steve Butenewicz pulled the Crusaders (3-0 overall, 2-0 division) even in the second half.
Brendan Reilly’s hat trick and Mario DeClerico’s shutout goaltending carried Holy Cross to a 6-0 romp at Florence.