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Softball: Top 10

05/19/2017, 12:45pm EDT
By Matt Cosentino

1. Egg Harbor Township (17-0): Alyssa Martini went 3-for-5 with two runs and two RBIs in Tuesday's 11-6 win over Mainland, as the Eagles completed their second straight undefeated regular season.

2. Rancocas Valley (17-3): The Red Devils prepared for the playoffs by winning their last two games by a combined 43-2 over Northern Burlington and Pemberton.

3. Northern Burlington (18-3): The Greyhounds clinched the Burlington County Scholastic League Liberty Division title with Tuesday's 3-2 win over Moorestown.

4. Kingsway (23-4): The Tri-County Conference Royal Division champs earned their second 1-0 win this season over rival Clearview on Tuesday.

5. Millville (19-6): The Thunderbolts' five-game winning streak heading into the playoffs includes impressive victories over Washington Township and Cherokee.

6. Bordentown (11-6): The Scotties have lost two straight going into Thursday's first-round playoff game against McNair in Central Jersey Group 2.

7. Cherokee (16-7): The Chiefs shared the Olympic Conference American Division title with Shawnee, who they meet in the first round of the South Jersey Group 4 playoffs on Thursday.

8. Delsea (17-2): After completing a perfect season in the Tri-County Conference Diamond Division, the Crusaders are ready to host Cherry Hill West in the first round of the South Jersey Group 3 playoffs.

9. Shawnee (13-5): The Renegades defeated Washington Township for the second time this season to earn a piece of the Olympic Conference American Division crown.

10. Washington Township (16-8): The Minutemaids will attempt to beat a red-hot Eastern team for the third time this season in the first round of the South Jersey Group 4 playoffs.

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