Atlantic County Institute of Technology earned the program's first varsity win in just its third game of its first year as it defeated Bridgeton 11-5 in a Cape-Atlantic League National Conference Division II softball game Tuesday.

Idalas Disla had three hits including a home run for ACIT. Sophomore winning pitcher Molly Wisnewski pitched a complete game and struck out 10.

For Bridgeton, Jenna Montana had a double, triple and three runs scored. Kiara Martin was 3-for-4 with an RBI and a run scored for the Bulldogs.

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Bridgeton 101 111 0-5 8 9

2B-Montana B; Willis ACIT. 3B-Montana B. HR–Disla ACIT.

WP-Molly Wisnewski 10K. LP-Montana 4K.

Records-ACIT 1-2, Bridgeton 0-2.

St. Joseph 15,

Atlantic City 3, 5 innings

Dominique D'Andrea had two home runs for St. Joe. She was also the winning pitcher and struck out 11 in five innings. Sierra Jordan went 2-for-3 for Atlantic City.

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Records-S.J. 3-1, Atlantic City 1-2.

Buena Regional 26,

Lower Cape May Regional 4, 4½ innings

Allison Collins earned her first win of the season with four strikeouts.

Victoria Battelini recorded a triple, a walk and five RBIs. Carly Linus added three hits for the Chiefs, to go along with four runs scored and two RBIs.

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Buena Regional (13)50 8X-26 20 3

2B-Polloit LCM; Surran BR. 3B-Battelini BR.

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Records-LCM 0-1, Buena 4-0.

Cedar Creek 17,

Cape May Tech 3

Home runs by sisters Amanda and Shannon Fletcher led Cedar Creek's offensive explosion. Winning pitcher Cheyenne Meyer had two triples and four RBIs.

Tina Sacco and Sarah Clayville each drove in runs for the Hawks.

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Records-C.C. 3-2, CMT 0-1.

Vineland 4,

Hammonton 2, 8 innings

Bridgette Garvey went 3-for-4 with a double and a run scored for Vineland. Liz Carpani was 2-for-4 with a run scored and an RBI.

Raelynn Genovese doubled and scored a run for Hammonton. Skylary Wylie had an RBI single for the Blue Devils.

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Records-Vineland 3-0, Hammonton 3-2.

Egg Harbor Township 8,

Mainland Regional 5

Jess Wollowitch went 2-for-5 with a double and two runs scored for Egg Harbor Township. Nicole Wisser went 3-for-3 with three RBIs and Hunter Irvin was 3-for-4 with two RBIs for the Eagles.

Jillian Bruno had a triple, two RBIs and two runs scored for Mainland. Gab Guarracino went 2-for-4 with a double and an RBI.

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Mainland Regional 001 310 0-5 8 1

2B-Wollowitch, Irvin EHT; Guarracino, Haberkern MR. 3B-Bruno MR.

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Records-EHT 1-3, Mainland 1-3.

Middle Township 3,

Wildwood Catholic 1

Brittany Robertson hit the game-winning, two-RBI single in the bottom of the fourth for Middle. Maddie Ellis and Alyssa Discepola each had two hits. Ellis scored two of the team's three runs.

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Records-W.C. 0-1, Middle 1-2.

Oakcrest 8, Absegami 4

Oakcrest pitcher Logan MacIntosh struck out seven for her second win this season. Christina Garguilo had an RBI triple. Logan Day and Jessica Liepe each had two hits for the Falcons.

Absegami's Becca Maguire and Sara Pietropola were each 2-for-4 in the loss.

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Oakcrest 002 240 x-8 10 5

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Records-Absegami 0-3, Oakcrest 2-2.

No. 5 Sacred Heart 2,

Ocean City 1

Samantha Caterina ripped a one-out double to left field in the bottom of the fourth to score Kaila Smith for the go-ahead run.

Smith led off the inning with a double. She was 2-for-3.

Rosie LaGrotta (3-0) pitched a complete game with seven strikeouts and one walk.

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2B-Castellini, Kaila Smith, Caterina SH.

WP-Rosie LaGrotta (3-0) 7K. LP-Holt (0-1) 4K.

Records-S.H. 3-0, Ocean City 0-1.

Shore Conference

Barnegat 10,

Long Branch 0, 6 innings

Senior Emily Gambuti recorded a no-hitter as Barnegat defeated visiting Long Branch. It was Gambuti's first solo career no-hitter. She combined with Marissa Stadtmauer for a no-hitter on Monday.

Gambuti had 11 strikeouts and four walks, while going 2-for-3 with three RBIs on offense. Holly Walker was 2-for-4 with 4 RBIs.

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Records-L.B. 1-4, Barnegat 2-1.

No. 4 Toms River East 6,

Southern Regional 0

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Toms River East 120 210 X-6 9 0

Records-Southern 1-3, TRE 4-1.

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Tri-State Christian

Baptist Christian 8,

Atlantic Christian 1

Joanie Mercadante, Jamie Zalman and Sarah Kimmerly each recorded two hits for Atlantic Christian. Mercadante had a solo home run.

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2B-Zalman, Kimmerly AC; Grace BC. HR- Mercadante AC.

WP-name unavailable (1-0) 17K. LP-Hitchner (0-1) 6K.

Records-Atlantic Christian 0-1, Baptist 1-0.

Calvary Christian 15,

Pilgrim Academy 1

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Calvary Christian School 425 4X-15 2 n/a

WP-n/a 7k. LP-Costa 3k.

Records-Pilgrim 0-2.

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