Megan Sharkey went 4-for-4 and had three RBIs for Wildwood Catholic High School in a 10-1 win over  host Roselle Catholic in a South Jersey Non-Public B softball playoff game Thursday.

The Crusaders, the No. 9 seed, advance to face top-seeded St. Joseph. Jenna Long was 2-for-4 and Jackie DeLong was 2-for-3 with two RBIs. Roselle Catholic was the No. 8 seed.

DeLong was also the winning pitcher and struck out 11.

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2B-Long WC. 3B-Tammaro, DeLong WC.

WP-DeLong 11k. LP-Ramirez 4k.

Records-Wildwood Catholic 11-9.

S.J. Group II

(1) Buena Regional 18,

(9) Bridgeton 0, 5 innings

Natalie Giannascoli went 2-for-3 with a double, three RBIs and two runs scored for Buena. Carly Linus was 3-for-4 with two RBIs and three runs scored. Jenny Cimino went 3-for-4 for the Chiefs.

Winning pitcher Sam Fiocchi pitched a complete game no-hitter and struck out 11.

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Buena Regional 882 0X-18 18 1

2B-Surran, Giannascoli Br. 3B-L. Collins, A. Collings BR.

WP-Fiocchi 11k. LP-Montana 0k.

Records-Buena 24-4; Bridgeton 12-11.

S.J. Group IV

(4) Toms River North 5,

(5) Vineland 4, 8 innings

Toms River North won the game on an infield single in the bottom of the eighth inning.

Vineland took a two-run lead in the top half of the inning thanks to runs by Brigette Garvey, who scored on a sacrifice fly by Liz Carpani, and Kayla Rodriguez, who scored on an infield single by Alyssa Ellis.

Carpani had two RBIs for the Fighting Clan.

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2B-Garvey, Finley V.

WP-unavailable. LP-Murray.

Records-Vineland 13-7; TRN 18-7.

S.J. Group III

(2) Hammonton 20,

(10) Delsea Regional 7,

4.5 innings

Hammonton's Raelynn Genovese was 4-for-4, including a three-run home run, scored four runs, had five RBIs and one stolen base. Six other Blue Devils' players had multiple RBIs.

Hammonton will face either Timber Creek or Kingsway Regional in a sectional semifinal.

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Hammonton 2 13 4 1x-20 21 2

2B-Baldi, Hellyer (2), Mathes H. 3B-Genovese H. HR-Visco, Genovese, DiVello H.

WP-Hellyer (12-4) 4k, 1w. LP-Voluntad 2k, 2w.

Records-Hammonton 17-8.

(4) Pinelands Regional 1,

(5) Burlington Township 0,

10 innings

Stephanie Healy made the suicide squeeze to score Lindsay McClelean for the win.

Brianna Wilson had a sacrifice bunt to move the international tie breaker runner to third.

Emma Neuweiler struck out 15 batters in the game.

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WP-Neuweiler 15k. LP-Nixon 2k.

Records-Pinelands 23-6.

Cape-Atlantic League

Mainland Regional 10,

Absegami 7

Gab Garacino was 2-for-3, including a double, for Mainland. Katharine Hutton also doubled for the Mustangs.

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2B-Garacino, Hutton MR.

WP-Roberts 6k. LP-Beck 2k.

Records-Absegami 0-19; Mainland 10-13.

Millville 5,

Egg Harbor Township 0

Millville pitcher Cassidy Gorgo tossed a one-hit shutout and struck out 12. Corie Collins and Amanda Buckson each had two RBIs.

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2B-Buckson, Collins M.

WP-Gorgo 12k. LP-Irvin 7k.

Records-Millville 14-8.

Lower Cape May Regional 26,

Pleasantville 9, 4 innings

Lower Cape May's Ariel Magee went 4-for-4 and hit for the cycle. Carissa Scott doubled twice.

For Pleasantville, Brianna Knight was 2-for-3.

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Pleasantville 330 3-9 5 14

2B-Scott (2), Magee LCM. 3B-Magee LCM. HR-Magee LCM.

WP-Poullott 1k. LP-Knight 4k.

Records-LCM 7-16; Pleasantville 0-15.

Oakcrest 15,

Atlantic County Institute of Technology 0, 4 innings

Jess Liepe led the Falcons by going 2-for-4 with four runs scored and two RBIs. Emily Brown was 2-for-3 with a triple and three RBIs. Devin Frantz was 2-for-3 with a double and an RBI.

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Oakcrest 10(10) 400 0-15 9 1

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Records-ACIT 7-17; Oakcrest 11-12 .

Ocean City 11,

Cape May Tech 4

A two-run double by Lauren Norbury broke open a five-run sixth inning for Ocean City. Arianna Segich contributed three hits and two runs for the Red Raiders.

For Cape May Tech, Marissa Mulville and Hannah Stone each had an RBI.

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Cape May Tech 201 100 0-4 4 5

2B-Norbury OC

WP-Holy (6-12) 7k, 5w. LP-Gehring (5-13) 4k, 3w.

Records-CMT 5-13; OC 7-13.

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