Lower Cape May 7, Middle Township 2: Eric Goss got his first win of the season in a two-hitter for the Tigers. Erik Conrad helped at the plate in the home win with two RBIs on two hits.


Paulsboro 6, Haddonfield 5: Tyler Biernacki hit a walk-off solo homer for Paulsboro. Biernacki was 2 for 4 with two RBIs and also hit a double for the Red Raiders at home.

Overbrook 2, Gateway 1: The host Rams took the game on the back of Joel Minch, who struck out three in a two-hitter. Joshua Gigler went 2 for 2.

Haddon Township 3, Collingswood 2: The Hawks' Nick DeRitis threw a complete game in which he fanned nine, and Matt Brown drove in a run on a sacrifice fly in the sixth to give Haddon Township the lead at home.


Cherry Hill West 7, Seneca 0: Ian Schiedemann got the win on the mound and Kyle Bordener had two RBIs for the Lions at home.


Wildwood 17, Clayton 2: Jose Valentin homered, and Brendan Bean went 3 for 4 with three RBIs in a road win that included 17 hits for the Warriors.


Moorestown 1, Delran 0: Scott Zimmer pitched a one-hitter with 15 strikeouts for the Quakers at home in the first round. Moorestown will face Rancocas Valley on May 3.


Burlington City 8, Palmyra 7: Nick Gares went 3 for 4 with three RBIs and two extra-base hits in the home win for the Blue Devils. Charles Fryar also had three RBIs for Burlington City.

Cherokee 5, Rancocas Valley 4: Cherokee's Drew Tumbelty went 4 for 4 with a double, and Mike Follet doubled and tripled. Troy Domenick knocked in the game-winner in the eighth inning at home for the Chiefs.

Delsea 6, Lenape 4: Delsea's Adin Kolansky went 3 for 4 with one RBI to lead the charge for the Crusaders in Myrtle Beach.

Riverside 5, Pennsauken 4: With Riverside down by 4-3 in the bottom of the fourth, Tanner Clifford tied the game for the Rams with an RBI single. The winning run scored on a double play.

Triton 9, Glassboro 8: Mike Wade didn't allow a hit in the final 21/3 innings for the host Mustangs. Darren Aupperle had four RBIs, including a walk-off walk in the eighth.



Oakcrest 15, Absegami 2: Dylan Vargus led the Falcons with four goals on the road, and Jon Mitchell collected two goals and six assists.

Middle Township 15, Lower Cape May 0: The Panthers scored six goals in the third quarter in the road shutout.