Gloucester

pitcher Wayne Cummiskey faced the minimum number of batters and struck out 15

Gloucester County Tech

hitters while throwing a 6-0 no-hitter yesterday in Tri-County Conference baseball.

Cummiskey took a perfect game into the seventh inning, but gave up a walk with one out, but the next batter grounded into a double play to end the contest.

The Lions were led on offense by Matt DiNardo with a single, double, two RBIs and a run scored.

Also in the Tri-County, Pitman improved to 7-1 with an 11-4 success at Clayton that featured a three-run seventh-inning homer by Kevin Gibbs, and two hits and three runs from Rob Cressman.

Bill Donovan dominated Gloucester Catholic's 15-5 win at Woodstown by hitting a two-run homer in the fourth inning and a another in the seventh, and finishing with four hits and four RBIs. Mike Gartland also homered for the Rams, as did the Wolverines' Dennis Hill and Ryan Ogilvie.

Mark Washko drove in three runs, and Jake Gallagher lined a single, double and a triple for three RBIs as Williamstown claimed a 12-4 win over visiting Clearview. Braves pitcher Scott Hammell worked a complete game with three strikeouts.

Mike DeFalco had half of Schalick's four hits and had one of the Cougars' six stolen bases in a 5-1 success against visiting Overbrook. Danny Thomas allowed three hits and hurled a complete game.

C.J. Baney pitched 51/3 innings with five strikeouts to get the win as Deptford defeated host Cumberland, 9-5. The Colts' Barry Larro (two RBIs) and Andrew Raymond had three hits apiece.

Colonial. Tom MacAlpine's fourth-inning home run kept Haddon Township moving up in the standings with a 5-2 success against visiting Sterling. Ian Lindsay added a double and scored twice, and pitcher Dan Fleming worked five innings.

Haddonfield rallied from a 4-2 deficit with three runs in each of the last three innings to overtake host Lindenwold, 11-4. Andrew Frangos went 4 for 5 with two RBIs, and Lindenwold's John Minch (2 for 4) hit a three-run homer.

Kevin Melvin fashioned a five-inning no-hitter as Audubon blanked host Woodbury, 13-0. Steve Rizzo knocked in four runs with two singles and a triple and also scored three times.

Olympic. Justin Delmonte registered a five-inning no-hitter as Cherry Hill West knocked off visiting Camden, 11-1. Delmonte struck out 11 Panthers and walked one, while Drew Schneider hit a three-run home run and Mike Cox went 2 for 3 at the plate.

Dan Sieracki doubled and homered for three RBIs, and Kevin Stephens doubled twice and drove in two runs to fuel Bishop Eustace's 21-3 triumph at Camden County Tech.

Henry Chou, Jim Tarabocchia and Matt Moceri each connected for home runs and powered Camden Catholic past host Shawnee, 11-2.

Burlington County. In a game that included a total of 27 hits, Delran outslugged visiting Maple Shade, 15-14. Will Murray doubled and homered to knock in five runs, and Cody Zwier and Dan Luber added three RBIs each for the Bears, and the Wildcats' Chris Szymczak collected six RBIs with a double and a home run.

Cape-Atlantic. Corey Caterina slugged a home run and a double as Sacred Heart limited host Middle Township to three hits in an 8-0 shutout.

Bridgeton also won by shutout, 9-0, at Cape May Tech behind a single, triple and two runs scored from winning pitcher Derek Hummel. Darron Harper chipped in with three hits, three runs and two stolen bases.

Buena secured a 12-2 win at Pleasantville with the help of Matt Preziosi's two-run homer in the first inning and three-run shot in the third.

Nonleague. Jazz Hendrick's three-run homer in the first inning started Westampton Tech toward a 14-6 win at Pennsauken Tech. Hendrick finished with four RBIs, and Pennsauken Tech pitcher Miles Roman homered to lead off the bottom of the first.

Baseball Standings

Through yesterday.

COLONIAL League   Overall   

W   L   W   L

Haddon Township. . . 7   2   9   3

West Deptford. . . 6   1   7   3

Sterling. . . 6   4   7   6

Haddonfield. . . 6   4   6   4

Gateway. . . 5   2   7   2

Collingswood. . . 5   2   6   2

Audubon. . . 5   2   6   3

Haddon Heights. . . 2   4   2   4

Woodbury. . . 2   7   2   8

Lindenwold. . . 1   8   1   9

Paulsboro. . . 0   9   1   11