Pennsville and St. Augustine each clinched division baseball championships with victories yesterday.

Terry Hogate singled, doubled, scored two runs and drove in another as


beat visiting


, 13-3, to win the Tri-County Conference Classic Division title.

Keith Wilson pitched four innings of the five-inning contest to get the win.

Also in the Tri-County,


took sole possession of first place in the Royal Division by combining a 6-0 shutout of visiting


with Clearview's 3-2 loss to visiting Kingsway.

Matt Barr pitched Williamstown's two-hit shutout with seven strikeouts, and Nick Stola went 3 for 3 with a double and three RBIs as the Braves took a one-game lead in the division with two left.


rallied from a 2-0 deficit to win against


in the seventh inning as Kyle Kincaid singled, advanced on a sacrifice bunt, and reached third on a single by winning pitcher Joe McIntyre, who also had a two-run double.

Steve Whitaker then lofted the game-winning sacrifice fly to right field.


clinched at least a share of the Diamond Division championship with a 3-0 success at


. Joe Merlino threw a complete-game two-hitter, Brandon Price homered, and Chris Allebach lined an RBI double.


Alexi Colon allowed no hits in his 41/3 innings, and

St. Augustine

relievers Kyle Baxter and Brett Reale finished off the Hermits' 5-1 win over visiting

Holy Spirit

that wrapped up the National Conference Division I crown.

Steve Schrenk singled, tripled and knocked in three runs for St. Augustine.

Tom Salvesen's 100th career hit for

Middle Township

failed to prevent a 1-0 loss to visiting


. The Falcons' Jake Hagel fanned nine and outdueled Scott DeCecco, while Mike Galli's single plated Justin Quilus with the run.


Junior Dom DePasquale played every position on the field for


during a 12-7 win over visiting


. DePasquale also shined at the plate, where he singled, tripled, homered, drove in three runs, and scored twice.


Jason Gladden's 24th career home run was a grand slam that gave

Winslow Township

the lead for good en route to an 8-6 win over visiting

Bishop Eustace


Burlington County.

With an 8-1 victory over visiting



Northern Burlington

assured itself of at least a tie for the Liberty Division title. Chris Pula belted a two-run homer, and Russ Stupienski singled twice and knocked in a pair of runs.

By capitalizing on 13 hits and 13 walks,


overpowered host


, 18-1. Jesse Ravens scored five runs.

New Egypt

spotted visiting


a 6-0 lead before storming back to win, 7-6, when Mark Delannoy scored on an error in the bottom of the seventh inning. Dylan Rowley drove in three runs.

John Rose Tournament.

Zac Berwick doubled and homered to boost


to its second win this spring, 13-3, over host


in the consolation game of the four-team tournament.

Boys' Tennis



pulled off a 3-2 upset at second-seeded

Toms River North

in the semifinals of the NJSIAA South Jersey Group 4 tournament.

At second singles, Mike Humes suffered a cramp when he was down, 3-1, in the third set of the deciding match, but came back after a time-out to win five straight games and the match, 3-6, 6-2, 6-4.

Lenape will face

Cherry Hill East

for the title after the top-seeded Cougars blanked visiting


, 5-0. Ross Silverberg beat Michael Fiedler, 7-5, 6-4, in a feature match at first singles.

South Jersey Non-Public A.

Bill Horace won his 99th career match, 5-7, 7-6 (7-3), 6-1, at second singles to help

St. Augustine

beat visiting

Gloucester Catholic

, 5-0.

South Jersey Group 1.

Phil Cornman, Jake Wyshinski and Alex Lampe swept the singles in straight sets to give


a 3-2 semifinal win over visiting



South Jersey Group 2.

Middle Township

's 3-2 surprise at


featured a 6-3, 6-2 win at first doubles by Dylan Hughes and Tom Roullet.


bounced visiting


, 5-0, in the other semifinal. Tim McMahon, Aaron Taylor and Mike Steinberger gave the Bulldogs straight-set singles wins.

South Jersey Group 3.


cruised past visiting


, 5-0, into the finals as the doubles teams of Mike DeAngelis and John Portner, and Michael Bass and Brandon Greenwood combined to lose just one game in four sets.


will be the Quakers' final opponent after eliminating visiting


, 3-2. The Renegades won at both doubles behind Mark Massaro and Mike Harriett, and Andy Stiles and Josh Stepkin.