Down by a run, the St. Augustine baseball team scored three runs in the home sixth to knock off St. Joseph’s-Metuchen, 5-3, to win the South Non-Public A title on Friday. Kevin Foreman went 3-for-4 and Cole Vanderslice went 2-for-2 with a run scored. Jayson Hoopes tossed six innings and struck out five for the Hermits, who have won the title for the fourth straight year.

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Noah Putney went 3-for-4 with a double, a home run, and five RBIs as Glassboro cruised past Schalick, 13-0, in the South Group 1 final. Justin Tongue got the win going five inning and allowing just three hits. Coty McArthur doubled twice and drove in three runs for the Bulldogs.

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Anthony Solometo struck out 11 in five innings and surrendered three hits to lift Gloucester Catholic over Trenton Catholic, 11-0, in the South Non-Public B final. Tyler Cannon and Lillo Paxia each doubled and drove in a pair of runs for the Rams.

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Mike Bonomo tripled and drove in a run as Eastern topped Cherry Hill East, 7-2, in the South Group 4 final. Sam Portnoy went 5 2/3 innings in the win for the Vikings.

Softball

Annabella Pisapia threw a one-hitter with nine strikeouts in five innings as Bordentown rolled past Delran, 15-0, in the Group 2 semifinals. The Scotties will play Ramsey on Saturday for the title.

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Natalie Ampole pitched a six-hitter with four strikeouts to lead Buena over South Hunterdon, 9-0, in the Group 1 semifinals. Bridgette Gilliano went 2-for-4 with three RBIs and Reyna Torres added an RBI on three hits for the Chiefs, who will play Cedar Grove on Sunday.

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Diana Parker allowed a run in the first inning and Delsea wasn’t able to recover, losing to Middletown North, 1-0, in the Group 3 semifinals. Malori Bell allowed one hit and struck out 12 for the victors.

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Kingsway couldn’t solve Allie Bridgman, who scattered three hits and struck out seven as Highstown blanked the Dragons, 5-0, in the Group 4 semifinals.

Boys’ Lacrosse

Conor McDonough scored a game-high three goals to lift Moorestown over Chatham, 9-6, to win the Group 3 title. Nick Cataline and Shane Knobloch added two goals apiece for the Quakers.