Alissa Schoelkopf continued her climb in the Washington Township softball record book Tuesday, surpassing 500 career strikeouts and pitching a no-hitter in the Minutemaids' 7-0 victory over visiting Timber Creek.
Schoelkopf fanned 11 and walked two in taming the Chargers. The Monmouth-bound senior finished the game with 503 career strikeouts, putting her third behind only Melanie Helterbran and Alyssa Maiese in program history.
Kylie Mulholland starred at the plate for Washington Township, batting 3 for 4 with three runs scored and one RBI in the Olympic Conference game.
Tri-County. Samantha Shockey tossed a three-hitter, Jenna Gayeski knocked in three runs and Annie Murphy batted 3 for 4 with one run scored and two RBIs to highlight Deptford's 11-1 win over visiting Woodstown.
Breanna Worrell, Rachel Blair, Crystal Germscheid and Carla Tarrach scored two runs apiece for the Spartans.
Home runs by Lexy Fair and Taylor Favinger keyed an 11-hit attack that carried GCIT to a 6-3 triumph at Cumberland. Megan Moore supplied half of the Colts' six hits.
Burlington County. Melissa Callahan's RBI single in the sixth helped Riverside come out on top, 4-2, in a pitchers' duel at Palmyra.
Kaili Matthews went the distance for Riverside, scattering five hits and three walks to earn the win. The Panthers committed five errors behind Gloria Lloren, who took the loss despite striking out seven and limiting the Rams to three hits and no walks.
Maple Shade saw six of its 11 hits fall in for extra bases, allowing the Wildcats to rally from a 2-0 first inning deficit to defeat host Burlington City, 11-3. Winning pitcher Lauren Routzahn doubled and drove in three runs.
Cape-Atlantic. Brittany Scott struck out 16 and did not walk a batter in pitching host Buena past Bridgeton, 13-0. Samantha Shepherd's two-run triple was the big blow for the Chiefs.
Lindsay Dwyer singled twice and drove in a run to back the five-hit pitching by Rosie LaGrotta, leading Sacred Heart to a 3-1 win at St. Joseph. Losing pitcher Liz Puentes had two of the Wildcats' three doubles.
Mark Demko's two-run double capped a three-run rally in the bottom of the seventh inning that lifted Burlington Township past visiting Allentown, 8-7, in a nonleague game. Mike Zier added two hits and two RBIs for the Falcons.
Lenape split a pair of games against New York opponents on its spring trip, beating Sutherland, 7-5, and dropping a 15-2 verdict to Chesterfield. Stefan Kancylarz had six hits in the doubleheader.
Collingswood rallied from a 5-1 deficit to beat visiting Delsea, 7-5, giving junior pitcher Morris Smith his first varsity win.
Olympic. Jonny Morad singled, doubled, and knocked in a run, and also handled the pitching for Washington Township in a 7-6 win over visiting Timber Creek.
Burlington County. Cinnaminson pitcher Lars Sailor fashioned a 5-0, one-hit shutout at Medford Tech. Sailor struck out 13 and walked four, Harry Cicale had two hits and two RBIs, and Frank Shallow drove in two runs.
Jeff Singer clubbed a three-run homer in the top of the eighth inning for the decisive runs in Holy Cross' 5-2 victory at Bordentown.
Tri-County. Sophomore Stephen Bobo's first pitching win of the season for Gloucester was a 10-0, five-inning no-hitter against visiting Clayton. Bobo struck out five, and Tom Lindsay and Dalton Dunn each had two hits and scored twice.
Colonial. Audubon's Keith Michalski hit his third homer of the season and matched teammate Bret Phillips (three RBIs) with three hits in a 13-4 win over visiting Paulsboro.
Cape-Atlantic. Tom Coholan pitched a five-hit shutout with five strikeouts, and Alex Coyle and Dylan Martello poked two hits each as Egg Harbor Township blanked host Absegami, 3-0.
Oakcrest's Sean Carberry stifled visiting Atlantic City, 4-0, with three strikeouts and three hits allowed.
Megan Tiernan's five-goal effort led six Washington Township players in the scoring column, as the fourth-ranked Minutemaids escaped with a 13-12 Olympic Conference win at No. 9 Seneca.
Christina Brennan posted a hat trick and Katie Gill added two goals for the visitors. Seneca received four goals apiece from Carlie Flake and Danielle Hubbs.
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