Pitcher Nick Berardinucci shut down

Burlington Township

's bats and


can order championship jackets after the visiting Pirates clinched the Burlington County League Patriot Division baseball title with a 15-0 win yesterday.

Berardinucci scattered three hits and struck out six in the five-inning contest. Cinnaminson's 10-hit attack featured Brian Rudd's three-run homer and five RBIs, and Frank Sirolli's two doubles.

Also in Burlington County, Tom Reilly singled and tripled, and Mike Loffredo added a single and a double as Holy Cross secured a 9-1 win at Bordentown.

John Bujanowski dominated Burlington City's 14-4 win over visiting New Egypt by pitching five innings and going 4 for 5 at the plate with a triple and four runs scored.

Tri-County. Pitman took over first place in the Classic Division with a 4-1 win over visiting Pennsville. Jimmy Yurick had a key RBI in a two-run sixth inning, and Matt DeFlavia doubled in a run in the Panthers' fourth.

Williamstown (11-11) will be joining the field for the NJSIAA tournament after beating visiting Clayton, 10-0, with two-run singles from Dan Lang and Pete Bocchi. Teams with a record of .500 or better in games played through yesterday are eligible for the tournament.

Deptford followed Nate Fisher's four hits, three runs and three RBIs to a 15-0 victory over visiting Wildwood. Rob Blair contributed a single, a triple and two RBIs, and Dane Zelvis went 2 for 3 with two runs scored.

Olympic. Marko Smojver scored on a passed ball in the top of the eighth inning for the deciding run in Cherry Hill West's 5-4 thriller at Lenape.

Bill Rice, headed to the University of Maryland in the fall, pitched a one-hitter, went 3 for 4, and homered to steer Washington Township past visiting Winslow Township, 11-1. Bob Gorski also homered for the Minutemen.

Colonial. Junior shortstop Steve Rizzo launched a three-run to punctuate a five-run second inning as Audubon dealt visiting Haddon Heights a 10-0 setback. Bob Chiarulli pitched a two-hitter with six strikeouts, and Sean McKeever had two hits and two RBIs.

West Deptford's 13-1 win over visiting Lindenwold included David Giuliani's three-run homer and Jason Mullins' solid pitching. Giuliani, who will attend Stanford, also doubled and drove in five runs.

Cape-Atlantic. Owen Stout and Barry Chenman each singled in a run during a four-run third inning that lifted Mainland past visiting Egg Harbor Township, 4-2.

Zach Farnsworth's sacrifice fly scored D.J. Menchaca in the sixth inning with the run that made Ocean City a 4-3 winner over visiting Vineland.

Holy Spirit pulled away from a 3-2 lead with a seven-run fourth inning and defeated host Bridgeton, 15-2. Dan DiBartolomeo hit a grand slam in the fourth, Joe Collepardi went 3 for 4, and designated hitter Billy Chase knocked in three runs. Joe Ronketty had two of Bridgeton's seven hits.

Nonleague. Joel Salcedo and Johnny Rivera each had three hits and two RBIs for Pennsauken Tech during a 9-7 victory over visiting Camden County Tech.