South5, 2: paced South (15-0), going 3-for-4 with three . Katherine earned the win, pitching seven innings with four strikeouts. also had an RBI double at the plate. Kate hit an RBI double and Jill hit an RBI triple in the third inning for (7-9).
Monroe 19, J.F. Kennedy 0 (4 innings):clubbed two home runs and collected five for Monroe (10-1). Kendra added a three-run shot for the Falcons. earned the win in two innings of work and combined with Nicole Van for the shutout. Madison had the lone hit for J.F. Kennedy (6-8).
5, 4: helped herself out with two doubles and three , while getting the win with four strikeouts through seven innings for (11-1). Julia scored three times for the Chargers. Mackenzie Thomas knocked in two runs with a double and Kendra added a run and an RBI for (5-9).
8, South Brunswick 0: Erin pitched a four hit shutout with nine strikeouts for (7-3). Kelly Duffy and Brush each hit home runs and Emily added two with a single and a double. Leann took the loss for South Brunswick (7-5).
7, Academy 1: went 3-for-3 with a triple, an RBI and two runs scored to pace (12-1). Nicole also scored two runs for the Destroyers. Tiffany Ho went 2-for-3 with an RBI for Academy (1-10).
Highland Park 4, East Brunswick Tech 1: Sydneyhit a three-run home run during a four-run third inning for Highland Park (6-5). Carly scored on hit and knocked in the other run in the inning. Zoe scored a run and earned the win with six strikeouts. Amanda Lopez drove in a run for East Brunswick Tech (3-11).
Franklin 4,0: Sarah Smith pitched a two-hit shutout with four strikeouts for Franklin (7-6). Smith also drove in two runs at the plate. Amanda Jordan went 2-for-3 with a triple and a run scored for the Warriors.
PerthTech 20, Tech 4: Michelle went 3-for-4 with three and three runs scored for Perth Tech (7-6). Vega added two and four runs for Perth Tech. Rebecca Piper earned the win with five strikeouts in two innings. Margarita Lopez had an RBI and a run scored for Tech (0-12).
Edison 7, Old Bridge 6: Edison (3-10) scored four runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to come away with the win.hit a two-run home run and Sarah Goodman had an RBI double for the Eagles. hit a triple and collected three for Old Bridge (3-9).
7, North Brunswick 6: Nicole went 3-for-4 with a home run and two for (4-9). Rios added a run and an RBI for . Katrina Lauri scored two runs and added an RBI for North Brunswick (2-13).
South Amboy 8, Timothy Christian 6: Kaleigh Keegan earned the win for South Amboy (8-3) and Alissa Bikowski went 3-for-5 with a double for the Governors. Amanda Labib went 3-for-4 with an RBI for Timothy Christian (4-7).
South Amboy 19, Timothy Christian 18 (8 innings): Jenna Makar had the game-winning RBI with two outs in the eighth to lead South Amboy. The game was the continuation of a suspended match. Alissa Bikowski had four RBIs and five runs scored for the Governors.
Wardlaw-Hartridge 8, South River 7: Freshman Brittany Wilson hit a walk-off two-run homer run in the bottom of the seventh to lead Wardlaw-Hartridge (7-3). Rachel Voeltzel and Julia Linger each scored two runs for Wardlaw-Hartiridge. Mackenzie Garrick collected 14 strikeouts and two RBIs for South River(10-5).
Bishop Ahr 11, Perth Amboy 1 (5 innings): Christine LaRochelle pitched a one-hit shutout through five innings with eight strikeouts for Bishop Ahr (9-4). LaRochelle also had three RBIs for the Trojans and Sarah Franczak scored three times. Samantha Nunez went 1-for-2 for Perth Amboy (1-12).