S. Jersey Girls: Tues. S.J. girls: Kelly comes through for Delsea

Madison Kelly stood at the plate with two strikes, two outs, and three baserunners who needed to come home for the Delsea softball team on Tuesday.

With her count at 2-2 in the bottom of the seventh inning, Kelly cracked a walk-off, bases-clearing double over the leftfielder's head to give Delsea a 6-5 nonleague win over visiting Deptford.

The three-RBI double completed a five-run inning for the Crusaders.

Pitcher Julia Voluntad struck out 12 to get the win.

Burlington County Patriot. Chrissy Dalton got the win in the circle and a double at the plate for Bordentown, which shut out Delran, 16-0, on the road. Anastasia Salera added a triple.

Delani Pecchioli, Jess Grant, and Brooke Figiel each recorded a double during Cinnaminson's 14-11 home win over Pemberton. Shannon Profy earned the win with three strikeouts.

Tri-County Classic. Angela Lakatos went 2 for 4 with a double, three runs, and two RBIs to lead the offense for host Pennsville, which rolled over Wildwood, 15-1.

Taylor Brown blasted a three-run home run. Brooke Coleman got the win, allowing one run on two hits and striking out six.

Olympic National. Brielle Pietrafesa went 2 for 4 and drove in five runs for Paul VI, which trumped Timber Creek at home, 15-6.

Sam Sack and Abbey Lord smacked two hits each.

Cape-Atlantic National. Lynnsie Collins homered for Buena, which rode a six-run sixth to beat host Middle Township, 9-3. Pitcher Lauren Dwyer got the win.

Khyasia Floyd belted three hits, scored four runs, and batted in four runs for Bridgeton, which took down Our Lady of Mercy, 19-9, on the road. Jenna Montana, the winning pitcher, was 2 for 3 with three runs and two RBIs.


The wind and wet weather didn't throw off Lenape's Erica Han, who shot a 2-over-par 37 to win the 11th annual South Jersey Ladies Invitational Golf Tournament at Centerton Golf Club in Pittsgrove Township.

Janice Shpadier, of Buena, finished second with a 41. Pinelands' Danielle Elia also shot a 41, but lost the tiebreaker in a match of cards.

Han and Taylor Hughart also finished first with a team score of 80. Gillian Marini and Aine Filler, the team from Moorestown, was second with an 89.