UNION TOWNSHIP — The St. Joseph High School softball team couldn’t stop history Sunday night.

Immaculate Conception hit two home runs and beat the Wildcats 4-0 to win the state Non-Public B championship at Kean University. Immaculate Conception (22-4), of Lodi, has won a state-record seven consecutive state softball championships. No other softball team in the state has even won four in a row.

“They have a powerful lineup,” St. Joseph coach Les Olson said. “You have to be at the top of your game on every pitch. Two hits was the difference in the game.”

Abby Tabaka and Christina Braid hit home runs for Immaculate Conception. Katie Dainton, Davianna Jimenez and Emily Jost had hits for St. Joe.

“We were excited and ready to play,” Jost said. “We just came up short.”

Fans filled the bleachers to watch the game, which began after an hour-long rain delay.