Dan Angelo's 100th career hit went over the fence at
for a home run yesterday, helping the Irish defeat visiting
, 10-4, in Olympic Conference baseball.
Angelo, a senior catcher, went 2 for 4 at the plate, scored two runs, and drove in three more. Chris Dondarski added a pair of home runs and Jim Tarabocchia hit another among the Irish's 15 hits.
Also in the Olympic, Triton will need wins in its next two games to qualify for the tournament after falling, 4-3, at Cherry Hill West in eight innings. Ryan McNally's pinch-hit single scored Jason Kelmer with the bases loaded in the eighth to end the game after Triton tied the score in the seventh when Will Marthins scored on a wild pitch.
Seneca tuned up for today's showdown with Bishop Eustace by beating visiting Woodrow Wilson, 15-3. Dan Grovatt homered, and Dustin Worthman doubled and tripled.
Cherry Hill East tripped visiting Eastern, 9-8, as the Cougars picked up three runs in the sixth inning on Shaune Collins' sacrifice fly, Andrew Newfield's RBI single, and Ryan Martin's swinging-bunt RBI single. Jeff Bohus tripled twice and drove in two runs.
Shawnee's John Montemurro went 3 for 5 with three RBIs, and Quinton Miller slugged a home run in the first inning, igniting Shawnee's 17-9 win at Pennsauken.
Lenape pitcher Dave Bohrer scattered four hits in a complete-game effort, and Ryan Serviolo hit a home run as the Indians defeated host Washington Township, 14-5.
Burlington County. Mike Partyka's three-hit shutout was his second straight complete game, leading New Egypt past visiting Medford Tech, 11-0. Bob Miranda hit a two-run double in a 10-run fourth inning, and T.J. Smith went 3 for 3 with two RBIs.
Northern Burlington rolled past visiting Willingboro, 14-2, as Matt Vereb homered and Bryan Henry added a single and two doubles to the Greyhounds' 15-hit attack.
C.J. Szymczak and Kyle Moore each registered three hits and two RBIs to fuel Maple Shade's 13-3 win at Palmyra.
Colonial. Bryan Miller launched a walk-off two-run homer in the bottom of the seventh inning to wrap up Gateway's 14-12 shoot-out win over visiting Audubon. Miller was 3 for 3 with three RBIs, Justin Brandon had three hits and scored three runs, and Brad Kaighn added a single, a double, and three runs scored for the Gators.
Collingswood used a pair of five-run innings to pin a 12-6 setback on visiting Haddonfield. Brad Kline and Tim Akers each went 4 for 4 for the Panthers.
Tri-County. Matt Barr hit a three-run homer, drove in five runs, and also earned the pitching victory with seven strikeouts in Williamstown's 13-2 five-inning win at Penns Grove.
Matt DiFlavia singled in the tying run in the bottom of the seventh, and Steve Snyder scored on Scott Myers' sacrifice fly an inning later as Pitman escaped with a 6-5 thriller over visiting Gloucester.
Overbrook stunned visiting Delsea, 15-5, as all but one Rams starter had a hit. Ryan Haren went 4 for 4 with a home run and four RBIs, and Tom Wilczynski went 3 for 3.
Wildwood built a 6-0 lead, then held off host Gloucester County Tech for a 7-6 triumph. The Warriors got two hits each from Luke Bottoms, John Richards (two RBIs) and Jim Cosimi.
Nate Fisher had four hits and Ricky Rodgers homered among his three hits as Deptford beat host Glassboro, 14-7.
Cape-Atlantic. Wade Battelini hit a two-run homer in the third inning and added a grand slam in the fifth to power Buena past visiting Bridgeton, 12-2. Kyle Morganweck also homered for the Chiefs.
C.J. Rodriguez's single, double and two RBIs led Middle Township to a 6-4 win at St. Augustine, which wasted a 4-for-4 day by Russ Carmolingo.
Nonleague. After giving up two runs and the lead in the top of the seventh, Millville responded with a run in the bottom of the inning when Matt Farrington scored on an error to beat visiting West Deptford, 7-6.
Moorestown Friends (6-6) reached the .500 mark with a 9-3 win over visiting Westampton Tech that featured Ryan Solow's home run and Nick Harbist's three hits and four RBIs.
Kevin Smith scored three goals and reached the 100-goal plateau for his career while steering
to a 7-5 Olympic Conference win at