Roxbury, coming off back-to-back one-run losses to Chatham and Mount Olive, trimmed Pope John 5-4 in eight innings on Thursday, April 14.
Emily Song and Katlyn Lloyd had two hits apiece and Madison Amdur drove in two runs for Roxbury. Natalie Decena and Vanessa Dash also knocked in a run apiece.
Song, the winning pitcher, went the distance, striking out four and walking three for the Gaels (3-4). Katherine Fahsbender had two hits and two RBIs for the Lions (4-3).
Morristown-Beard 11, St. Elizabeth 1
Morristown-Beard, which received a complete-game two-hitter from Katie Wright, improved its record to 4-2 with a win over St. Elizabeth on Thursday, April 14.
Wright and Gianna Rella had three hits apiece for the Crimson.
Rella, Bay Naples and Sophia Gallant knocked in two runs each.
Morristown 5, Chatham 2
Morristown, buoyed by Tatum Mullins' three hits and three RBIs and Jenna Stiesi's pitching, picked up its first win of the season, overtaking Chatham, 5-2, on Wednesday, April 13.
Among Mullins' hits was a double. Lauren Champi contributed two doubles and two RBIs for the Colonials (1-3). Stiesi pitched five innings, allowing two hits.
Samantha Druhot, Bonnie Kennedy, Kelly Krincek and Hallie Pellegrin each a single for Chatham, which suffered its first setback after seven victories.
Mount Olive 7, Roxbury 6
A fielder's choice scored Izzy Hendrickson in the bottom of the ninth inning and boosted Mount Olive to a victory over Roxbury on Wednesday, April 13.
Henderson was one of the offensive standouts for the Marauders, stroking four hits, including a double, and knocking in a run. Gabby Grillo singled and knocked in a run for Mount Olive, now 5-1.
The Gaels were led by Hailey Womer, who slugged two home runs and finished with four RBIs.
Kinnelon 6, Parsippany 4
Sam Schwed singled, doubled and had three RBIs to highlight Kinnelon's win over the Red Hawks on Wednesday, April 13.
Marissa Jacobia also had three hits for the Colts, who scored four runs in the lower half of the seventh inning.
Meg Leitner doubled, homered and had three RBIs for Parsippany (5-3).
Morris Knolls 7, Lenape Valley 1
Brooke Wiarda registered 14 strikeouts and gave up two hits to power the Golden Eagles past Lenape Valley on Wednesday, April 13.
Jess Heitmann and Allie Schey had RBI singles in the first inning for Morris Knolls (5-1).
Nicole Catalina homered to give Lenape Valley its only run.
Sparta 12, Parsippany Hills 3
Paige Smith's five-hitter and 3-for-4 showing at the plate propelled the Spartans past the Vikings on Wednesday, April 13.
Smith struck out 10 and walked two. Courtney McKenna's triple in the first inning produced two runs. Smith knocked in three runs as did Tatiana Esteva-Ingram, who had a pair of hits.
Krissy Baxter doubled twice and drove in a run for the Vikings.
Whippany Park 5, Madison 0
Jessica Klein and Emily Sanchelli had two hits apiece to pace the Wildcats on Wednesday, April 13.
Klein ended with three RBIs and Sanchelli scored twice.
Alyssa DeBiasse, Mitra Sharif, Jenna Tierney and Caitlyn Massaro had hits for Madison.
Jefferson 14, Sussex Tech 0 (5 inn.)
The Falcons rode Morgan Carr's no-hitter and seven strikeouts to a shutout over Sussex Tech on Wednesday, April 13.
Chelsea Bitondo had four hits, including two doubles, and knocked in two runs for Jefferson (5-1).
Diana Gatto had two hits and three RBIs for the winners.
Butler 6, Hanover Park 0
The Bulldogs, fueled by Larissa Spellman's four-hitter and Aleks Apkarian's four RBIs, handed the Hornets their first setback on Wednesday, April 13.
Spellman, who aided the attack with two hits, drove in a run for Butler (6-0).
Nicole Petrovich had two hits for the Hornets (5-1).
Pequannock 20, Villa Walsh 6
Hannah Brizek went 2 for 5 with four RBIs to bolster Pequannock's attack on Wednesday, April 13.
Carly Klimek chipped in with three hits and knocked in a run for the Golden Panthers (4-1-1). Taylor Van Sant had two hits and knocked in two runs for Pequannock.
Shea McGuire had three hits, one of them a home run, and three RBIs for the Vikings.
Chatham 6, Westfield 3
Chatham, behind a home run by Anya Radaam and two hits and two RBIs by Camryn Davies, defeated Westfield on Tuesday, April 12 to remain unbeaten after seven games.
Sarah Stubeck also homered for the Cougars.
Anna Lengner picked up the pitching victory by scattering six hits, striking out three and walking two.
Butler 6, Livingston 1
Senior Larissa Spellman batted and pitched the Bulldogs to a win over the Landers on Tuesday, April 12.
Spellman had two hits and two RBIs. The veteran right-hander struck out 14 and surrendered six hits.
Aleks Apkarian contributed two hits for Butler (5-0).
Chatham 5, Roxbury 4
An error allowed the winning run to score in the top of the 11th inning when Chatham defeated Roxbury on Monday, April 11.
Hallie Pellegrin had two RBIs for the Cougars. Chatham's Bonnie Kennedy had two hits and stole two bases. The Gaels' attack was paced by Katlyn Lloyd's two hits, two walks and two RBIs.
Melissa Landry, a junior, went the distance for the winners, striking out 11. Roxbury pitcher Emily Song turned in fine effort, amassing 15 strikeouts.
Morristown-Beard 7, Madison 4
Sara Seuffert rapped out four hits and notched the pitching victory with a complete game to pace the Crimson on Monday, April 11.
Seuffert's second-inning grand slam gave Morristown-Beard a 4-0 lead. She was effective in the circle, finishing with nine strikeouts.
Gianna Rella's run-producing triple highlighted the third inning. Lauren Conway tripled in the fourth inning to knock in a run.
Hanover Park 10, Mountain Lakes 0
Senior third baseman Alex Consenzo doubled and homered in Hanover Park's shutout of the Lakers on Monday, April 11 to attain the 100th hit of her career.
Cosenzo, who ended with three RBIs, slugged her double in the first inning. Nicole Rothenberger had four hits and drove in three runs for the Hornets .
The Lakers' hits came off the bats of Jessica Torch and Katie Preston.
Mount Olive 17, Morris Hills 4
The Marauders' attack on Monday, April 11 was paced by Alyssa Borozan, who went 3 for 6, including a home run, and five RBIs.
Annalee Smith homered and knocked in three runs for Mount Olive.
Morris Hills received three hits and an RBI from Victoria Aspiazu.
Whippany Park 21, St. Elizabeth 1
Lauren Greenfield's three hits and two RBIs helped Whippany Park gain a win over St. Elizabeth on Monday, April 11.
Rachel Grabowski, Jessica Klein and Brianna Crane had three RBIs apiece.
Ellie Martine stroked a hit for the Panthers.
Morris Knolls 9, Montville 0
Brooke Wiarda and Meaghan Thompson combined for the shutout for the Golden Eagles on Monday, April 11.
Wiarda yielded one hit and struck out seven in five innings of work before giving way to Thompson, who struck out one.
Jess Heitmann, Morgan DeLoreto and Carly Shaw powered Morris Knolls at the plate.
Mendham 6, West Morris 4
Emily Laird, Kaylee Allatta, Gabby Donofrio and Courtney Gionco had two hits each to fuel the Minutemen on Monday, April 11.
Laird doubled and had a pair of RBIs for Mendham.
The Wolfpack's Julia McGroarty doubled twice. Mackenzie Staley chipped in with three hits and an RBI.
Parsippany 8, Villa Walsh 0
Caitlin Brennan allowed four hits and struck out eight to propel the Red Hawks on Monday, April 11.
Luisa Barone sparked the offense with two hits, including a double, and had two RBIs. Meg Leitner doubled and walked twice.
Christina Romagnoli went the distance for the Vikings, notching four strikeouts.