Hunter Irvin pitched a complete-game shutout striking out 10 and allowing four hits as Egg Harbor Township beat visiting Mainland Regional 2-0 Tuesday in a Cape-Atlantic League American Conference softball game.

Irvin also provided her own run support with a two-run double in the first inning, which was all the Eagles needed to hold on.

Mainland Regional 000 000 0-0 4 2

Egg Harbor Township 200 000 X-2 8 2

2B-Irvin (2) EHT.

WP-Irvin (6-5) 10K. LP-Roberts 2K.

Records-Mainland 6-9, EHT 7-6.

St. Joseph 11,

Atlantic City 0, 5 innings

St. Joseph's Mikaela Power was 4-for-4 with four RBIs, including a two-run double that ended the game in the fifth inning. Emily DeMarco was 3-for-3 with two RBIs for the Wildcats.

Atlantic City 000 00-0 1 3

St. Joseph 315 02-11 13 0

2B-Dandrea, Power, DeMarco (2) SJ.

WP-Dandrea (10-2) 7k. LP-Shea.

Records-A.C. 7-7, St. Joseph 13-3.

Bridgeton 17,

Atlantic County Institute of Technology 0, 4 innings

Jenna Montana struck out 10 and allowed one hit in four shutout innings for Bridgeton. She also doubled twice.

Bridgeton 390 5-17 16 0

ACIT 000 0-0 1 12

2B-Montana (2), Price (2) B. 3B-Pantaleon B.

WP-Montana. LP-Wisniewski.

Records-Bridgeton 7-6, ACIT 5-11.

Buena Regional 17,

Lower Cape May Regional 0, 4 innings

Sam Monfredo improved to 8-2 allowing two hits and striking out three. Ashley Surran led the Chiefs, going 2-for-3 with two runs and three RBIs. The Chiefs scored 17 runs on 13 hits, which ended in the fourth inning due to the mercy rule.

Avery Smith doubled for Lower Cape May and Arielle Magee singled.

Buena Regional 267 2-17 13 0

Lower Cape May Regional 000 0-0 2 2

2B-Surran BR; Smith LCM.

WP-Monfredo (8-2) 3K. LP-Sheehan 1K.

Records-Buena 16-3, LCM 4-9.

Middle Township 4,

Wildwood Catholic 2,

10 innings

Middle Township posted two runs in the top of the 10th inning for the win. The Panthers connected for six hits and improved to 9-7.

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Oakcrest 8, Absegami 1

Jessica Liepe was 1-for-2 with three runs scored as Oakcrest evened its record at 8-8.

Ryann Guy doubled and struck out seven for Absegami. Bobbi Beck was 2-for-3.

Oakcrest 203 021 0-8 5 1

Absegami 001 000 0-1 5 3

2B-Guy A.

WP- Macintosh 4K. LP-Guy (0-9) 7K.

Records-Oakcrest 8-8, Absegami 0-15.

No. 5 Sacred Heart 7

Ocean City 2

Gabby Castellini went 3-for-3 with a run scored and RBI to lead Sacred Heart. Danielle Lugo contributed with a two-run double for the No. 5 Lions.

Ocean City's Arianna Segich posted three hits, including a double, and Rachel Veides drove in two runs.

Sacred Heart 002 311 0-7 10 0

Ocean City 001 000 1-2 8 1

2B-Lugo, Caterina, Makos SH; Segich OC.

WP-LaGrotta ( 14-2) 4K. LP-Holt (4-8) 3K.

Records-S.H. 19-3, Ocean City 4-9.

Shore Conference

Barnegat 12,

Point Pleasant Boro 0,

5 innings

Barnegat junior Kerry Butler got her 100th career hit. She went 2-for-4 and scored three runs.

Bengals' pitcher Emily Gambuti threw a five-inning perfect game with five strikeouts. At the plate, Gambuti was 2-for-3 with three RBIs.

Barnegat 100 (11)0-12 12 0

Point Pleasant Boro 000 00-0 0 3

2B-Moehring, Gambuti (2) B.

WP-Gambuti (8-12) . LP-Caputo (2-9).

Records-Barnegat 8-12.

No. 3 Toms River East 6,

Pinelands Regional 1

Pinelands Regional, the No. 3 seed, was held to four hits and one run in the semifinal game of the Ocean County Tournament.

Stephanie Healy was 2-for-2 with a run scored and sacrifice bunt.

Jordan Weed struck out 13 for Toms River East, the No. 2 seed and No. 3 team in The Press Elite 11.

Pinelands Regional 000 001 0-1 4 2

Toms River East 210 300 X-6 8 2

2B-Weed, Bencivenga TRE.

WP-Weed (16-3) 13K. LP-Stas (7-2) 2K.

Records-Pinelands 15-5, TRE 16-3.

Tri-County Conference

Cumberland Regional 8,

Woodstown 0

Jodi Cook was 3-for-4 with three runs for Cumberland Regional. Shayla Loud tossed a six-hit shutout.

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Woodstown 000 000 0-0 6 0

2B-Cook CR.

WP-Loud. LP-Broomell 4k.

Records-Cumberland 12-3, Woodstown 7-11.

Tri-State Christian

Atlantic Christian 17,

Pilgrim Academy 4, 5 innings

Samantha Grawl and Tatiana Tennant each tripled for Atlantic Christian which won the game in five innings.

The Cougars jumped out to a 9-1 lead after the first inning.

Atlantic Christian 904 40-17 9 4

Pilgrim Academy 130 00-4 2 3

3B-Grawl, Tennant AC.

WP-Hitchner (7-2) 5K. LP-Mallory 4K.

Records-A.C. 7-2.