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Madison Dollard throws complete shutout, EHT No. 3 advances to semis: Roundup | High school

By on May 21, 2022 0

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Madison Dollard pitched a full game, allowed just two hits and struck out six to lead Egg Harbor Township High School’s top-ranked softball team to a 4-0 victory over the ninth seed. Toms River East series in the South Jersey Group IV quarter-finals on Friday.

The Eagles (22-1) are ranked No. 3 in The Press Elite 11.

Sofia Spatocco tripled and drove in two for EHT. Kayla Dollard doubled and scored. Payton Colbert had an RBI and a run. Madison Biddle scored. The Eagles scored three in the first inning.

Brooke Knight struck out three in six innings for Toms River East (13-7).

EHT will host the 12th-seeded Clearview Regional winner and fourth-seeded Gloucester Tech in the semi-finals on Tuesday.

(6) Reg. 2, (3) Lenape 1: Elizabeth Gosse pitched a full game, allowed just three hits and struck out five for the Rams (17-5). Sarah Lally hit a two-run homer in the first inning. Kylie Roberts also scored a point. Lenape 4-3 south exit.

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Leah Taylor had the only RBI for Lenape (17-3). Maya Knasiak pitched a full game and struck out nine.

The Rams will play second-seeded Kingsway Regional in the semifinals on Tuesday.

Quarterfinals SJ Group I

(5) Woodstown 4, (4) Buena Reg. 2: Tulana Mingin went 2 for 4 with two runs for Woodstown (14-4). Olivia Boultinghouse pitched a full game with three strikeouts. The Chiefs fell to 7-9. Woodstown will face the Audubon winner, seeded number one, and Schalick, seeded ninth, in the semifinals on Tuesday.

Quarterfinals SJ Group II

(1) Cedar Creek 6, Barnegat 1: Chasedy Johnson went 2 for 4 with two hits and a run for the Pirates (23-5). MaKenzie Baggstrom scored once and had an RBI. Liz Martin pitched a full game with seven strikeouts. Jaelyn Perry doubled and scored. Cedar Creek, seeded eighth in the Elite 11, will host fifth-seeded winner Cinnaminson and fourth-seeded Sterling in the semifinals on Tuesday.

The Bengals fell to 9-11.

Quarterfinals SJ Group III

(3) Toms River South 3, (6) Lacey Township. 0: Janelle Blaszka pitched a full game with 13 strikeouts for the win. Gillian Slowinski had two RBIs and a run. For Lacey (13-9), Sarah Zimmerman threw six innings and struck out six. Chelsea Melkowits and Abby Caruso each scored a single.

Wildwood 18, Salem 0: Sophia Wilber had four points and scored two for the Warriors. Kaydence Oakley went 2 for 3 with two runs and two RBIs. Imene Fathi went 3 for 4 with a triple, three runs and three RBIs. Gianna Carfagno scored three points. Charlotte Kilian struck out three batters in four innings. Ava Troiano had two strikeouts. Wildwood beat Salem 12-3 and scored 12 in the bottom of the first inning.

Atlantic Christian 26, Calvary Christian 6: Evangelina Kim went 4-for-4 with two triples and a home run for the Cougars (11-2). Taylor Sutton went 3 for 6 with a double. Ang Eggie went 3 for 5 with a double. Alli Schlundt also scored a brace. Atlantic Christian scored 14 goals in the sixth inning.

No. 10 Mainland Reg. 3, Saint-Joseph Academy 0: The host Mustangs, ranked 10th in the Press Elite 11, clinched a share of the Cape-Atlantic League National Conference title with the win. Mainland broke a scoreless tie in the sixth inning when Jack Haines hit a sacrifice fly to score Sam Wood.

Game-winning pitcher Cohen Cook went the distance and scattered five hits, with eight strikeouts. Noah Meyers doubled twice for the Mustangs, drove in a run and scored once. Christian Elliott added two hits and an RBI. For St. Joseph, Cohl Mercado had two hits and Colin Ahart doubled.

Lower Cape May Reg. 14, Bridgeton 4: Hunter Ray went 4 for 4 with five RBIs, three runs and three triples for the Caper Tigers (7-13). He also struck out nine batters in four innings. Drew Kroneneyer went 2 for 2 with two runs. Evan Shoffler went 4 for 5 with three RBIs, three runs and a double. Anderson Ryan scored two runs, drove two and doubled.

Camaron Dunkle had an RBI and scored once for Bridgeton (5-14). Erick Torres and Javier Reyes each had an RBI.

Quarterfinals SJ Group III

(3) Ocean City 13, (6) Brick Memorial 5: Tommy Schutta scored three goals and added four assists for the Red Raiders (12-7), who are sixth in the Elite 11. Pat Grimley had three assists and two goals. Jack Davis scored four. John Moyer scored twice and got an assist. Nick Volpe scored twice. Dylan Dwyer won 19 of 21 faceoffs and added an assist. Charlie Schutta got an assist. Winfield Dunn made seven saves.

The game was tied 2-2 after the first quarter, but the Red Raiders scored five goals in the second to lead 7-3 at halftime.

Ocean City will face the second-seeded Clearview Regional winner and seventh-seeded Jackson Memorial in a semifinal on Wednesday.

Hammonton 2, Triton Reg. 0: The Blue Devils (13-5) won by scores of 25-13, 25-19. Francesco Angelastro led with 14 service points, 10 assists, six aces, five digs and two kills. Aiden Nicholls added eight kills and eight digs. Emmanuel Waugh had eight blocks, six kills, six digs and three service points.

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