Brianna Young hit a walk-off grand slam in the seventh inning Wednesday to lead the Cedar Creek softball team to a 6-2 win against Cinnaminson in the South Group 2 quarterfinals. Young was 2 for 4 on the afternoon and drove in four runs.
Samantha McErlane struck out 11 in a complete game to lift Audubon past Woodbury, 6-1, in the South Group 1 quarterfinals. Nora Campo notched her 100th career hit in the first inning for Woodbury in the loss.
Olivia Dortu hit a double and a triple as Buena topped Pennsville, 6-2, in South Group 1 quarterfinal action. Sophomore Brigette Gilliano got her 100th career hit and became the first in school history to reach 100 hits as a sophomore.
Emily Spencer struck out 14 in a complete game as Seneca edged Delsea, 2-0, in a South Group 3 quarterfinal match-up. Kristen Szurley was 2 for 3 with an RBI in the win.
Jessica Szymanski doubled and hit a home run as seventh-seeded Delran upset second-seeded West Deptford, 4-3, in a come-from-behind win. Szymanski was 2 for 3 with an RBI while Jenna Casperite was 2 for 2 with two RBIs and a home run in the South Group 2 quarterfinal contest.
Abigail Evans scored six goals to propel No. 3 Woodstown to a 14-11 win against No. 2 Holy Cross in the South Group 1 semifinals. Devon Kelty and Charlie Baldwin scored three goals apiece in the contest. Ella Champingy and Emma DiPatri rounded out the scoring with a goal each.
Andrew Bregman and Bryce Reece tallied a hat trick each to lift top-seeded Lenape to a 10-1 win against Monroe in the South Group 4 semifinals. Luke Cole had a pair of goals while Matt Ingersoll and Will Mercado chipped in a goal each.
Jack Herman had three hits as Eastern blanked Sterling in the Camden County tournament semifinals. Herman hit a single, double and home run and has 140 career hits, which surpassed Eastern's school record set last year by Davis Schneider.