Ryan Karr and Brett Burdsall delivered key hits in a three-run sixth inning as

Pennsville

took the lead for good and secured a 7-5 Tri-County Conference interdivision baseball win over visiting

Delsea

yesterday.

Karr doubled in two runs to break a 4-4 deadlock, and Burdsall, who pitched one inning to get the win, followed with an RBI single to complete the Eagles' (8-4) scoring and hand Delsea its first loss of the season.

Delsea (9-1), the Royal Division leader, got two doubles from Eddie Keener.

Olympic. After giving up four runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to force extra innings, Cherokee rebounded with four in the top of the eighth and beat host Lenape, 9-5. Ben Flanary homered for the Chiefs.

Camden Catholic used the long ball to pin a 14-4 setback on visiting Pennsauken. Matt Moceri homered twice and drove in five runs, and Jordan Fisher and Chris Dondarski also homered for the Irish.

John Hydock pitched five innings and Quinton Miller doubled to lift Shawnee past host Cherry Hill East, 3-2.

Colonial. West Deptford tuned up for today's showdown with Haddon Township by beating visiting Haddon Heights, 16-5, in a night game. Winning pitcher David Giuliani helped himself by going 3 for 5 with a double, a three-run homer, five RBIs and two runs scored.

Burlington County. Freshman Doug Rigg had two doubles and drove in a pair of runs as Westampton Tech stunned host Rancocas Valley, 4-1.

Cinnaminson's 10-0 win over visiting Palmyra was a six-inning three-hitter by Ryan Kennedy that also featured two RBIs each by Frank Sirolli (3 for 5) and J.J. Bowen (2 for 2).

Burlington City got a run in the top of the eighth inning on a sacrifice fly after a three-base error to make a winner of relief pitcher Alan Hasher and beat host Florence, 3-2.

Cape-Atlantic. Steve Schrenk knocked in three runs, Jordan Morey singled and tripled, and Alexi Colon had a pair of hits for St. Augustine in a 9-7 win over visiting St. Joseph.

Mike Blee dominated Holy Spirit's 8-3 success against visiting Middle Township by posting a triple and two singles for two RBIs and two runs scored.

Eric Ettore's second-inning grand slam was part of a six-RBI effort that fueled Hammonton to a 16-9 shoot-out win over visiting Millville. Mike Trout singled, doubled and tripled for the Thunderbolts.

Friends Schools. Mike Stobbe singled in the winning run, capping a four-run rally in the bottom of the seventh as Moorestown Friends edged visiting Abington Friends, 6-5.

Nonleague. Joel Salcedo went 3 for 4 with three RBIs and a home run, and John Rivera pitched a complete game to boost Pennsauken Tech past visiting Clayton, 11-6.

Egg Harbor Township scored in every inning, including Ross Costello's game-winning homer in the sixth inning, of an 8-6 triumph at Williamstown. The Braves scored four times in the bottom of the seventh to close the gap.

Sterling needed a four-run rally in the bottom of the seventh inning to get past visiting Triton, 7-6. Winning pitcher Lou Cammisa homered, and Vince Marchese bunted home the winning run with two outs in the seventh.

Jason Kelmer pitched a five-inning two-hit shutout with six strikeouts as Cherry Hill West blanked visiting Kingsway, 11-0. Kelmer also homered, and Matt Speckmann added two hits and three RBIs.

Tyler Price and Angelo Anello accounted for most of Winslow Township's nine-hit offense in a 9-4 win over visiting Oakcrest with three hits each. Anello lined three doubles and drove in four runs.

Josh Homan went 3 for 4 and drove in three runs, and also handled the pitching with an eight-strikeout complete game, carrying Paulsboro to its second win, 6-1, at Glassboro.

Track and Field

Ed Zubrzycki soared 14 feet, 11/2 inches to win the pole vault and set a

Highland

school record as the Tartans beat host

Williamstown

, 87-53, in a Tri-County Conference meet. Zubrzycki broke the mark of 14-0 set by Jim Brining in 1976.