Ocean City High School’s softball team beat Absegami 10-4 in a Cape-Atlantic League National Division matchup Tuesday.

Hailey Neville hit two home runs, including a grand slam, and had seven RBIs for Ocean City (12-5). Lexi Illas was the winning pitcher for the Red Raiders.

For Absegami (8-13), Rhiannon Ginnetti had an RBI and two runs scored.

ACIT 10,

Holy Spirit 0

Jaiana Guatier had two singles, two RBIs and a run scored for ACIT (10-13). Samantha Dangler had two doubles and three RBIs. Zhanae Maldonado had two singles, two RBIs and two runs. Maura Furst struck out three.

Holy Spirit fell to 7-14.

Schalick 10,

Wildwood 0

Leah Benichou and Amanda Claudio each had a single for Wildwood (4-10).

Schalick improved to 13-9.

Atlantic Christian 16,

Baptist Reg. 0

Lauren Harmon pitched a one-hitter for Atlantic Christian (8-5), striking out eight. Sydney Pearson went 4 for 4 with two doubles, Shelby Einwechter was 3 for 3 with a triple and Olivia Chapman went 2 for 2 with a double.


Vineland 9,

Atlantic City 0

Erv Bogan had a triple for Vineland (11-7).

Luis Suarez was 2 for 3 for Atlantic City (2-16).

Atlantic Christian 11,

Baptist Reg. 1

Solomon Griffith hit two home runs, two doubles, scored three runs and had seven RBIs for Atlantic Christian (10-2). Dan Roland had a home run and a single. Elijah Chapman was the winning pitcher, striking out four.

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