Garrett Conway shot a 79 yesterday at the difficult Beacon Hill Golf Club in Atlantic Highlands and led his


squad to the team title at the NJSIAA Golf Tournament of Champions.

The Indians' foursome of Conway, Brad Sanders (82), Matt Malinowski (84), and Craig Smith (88) posted a score of 333, edging

West Windsor-Plainsboro South

by a shot in a field of the state's top teams.

Conway finished second in the Group 4 individual competition. Lenape last won the state golf title in 1967.

Gloucester County Tech

came home with a state title, claiming the Group 1 trophy with a 356 total, edging runner-up


by 4 strokes, and

Gloucester Catholic

finished second in Non-Public B.


Cherry Hill East

was one strike away from being eliminated from the South Jersey Group 4 playoffs, but the Cougars rallied to win, 9-4, at

Winslow Township


Trailing by 4-2 in the seventh with two outs and an 0-2 count on No. 9 hitter Joe Cona, East came back with walks to Cona and Nick Petallino, a hit batter, a bases-loaded walk to Jeff Bohus, and another hit batter (Shaun Collins) for the tying run.

In the ninth inning, Brian Reynolds singled in a run and Brian Thompson doubled in two more.


Sacred Heart

clinched the National Conference title with a 13-1 win over visiting

Middle Township

in which Juan Velazquez hit his sixth and seventh homers of the season and drove in six runs.

Girls' Lacrosse

Michele Tumolo scored her 200th career goal as part of a five-goal performance that steered


to a dramatic 18-17 quarterfinal win over visiting

West Windsor-Plainsboro North

in the NJSIAA South Jersey Group 3 tournament. Jessica Loizeaux led the Pioneers with six goals.