Chris Carlantonio slugged a game-winning grand slam in the fifth inning, capping

Cherokee

's stunning comeback from a 9-1 deficit to beat visiting

Paul VI

, 13-10, in an Olympic Conference baseball game yesterday.

Home runs by Matt Gregory and Dave Grear led Paul VI to its big lead in the third inning before Cherokee started its comeback with seven runs in the bottom of the third.

Carlantonio, who finished with six RBIs, hit his grand slam in a five-run fifth to end the scoring. Gary Wilson added a single, double, two RBIs and two runs scored.

Also in the Olympic, Greg Brodzinski's two-run homer and Chris Bzozowski's three hits sparked

Bishop Eustace

's 11-2 victory at

Triton

.

Tristan Keyser's two-run triple was part of a six-run sixth inning that made the difference in

Winslow Township

's 11-8 win over visiting

Timber Creek

.

Two hits each by Nick Petalino and Brian Thompson helped

Cherry Hill East

hand host

Seneca

a 6-1 setback.

Colonial.

Host

Haddon Heights

stunned league leader

West Deptford

, 5-2, avenging a 9-4 loss. Brendan Butler doubled twice, and Pat D'Ascenzo homered in the sixth inning and pitched the last 2/3 inning to get the save for winner Hunter Dempsey.

Haddon Township

moved up in the league standings via a 17-1 win over visiting

Lindenwold

that included Steve Williams' home run and Ryan Easterday's 4-for-4 effort with a double and four RBIs.

Cape-Atlantic.

Josh Spivey struck out seven in five innings and pitched

Millville

's 17-0 no-hitter at

Atlantic City

, allowing the Thunderbolts to clinch at least a share of the American Conference Division I title. Efren Fernandez, Daron Moore and Vaughn Hulitt homered.

Mike Ney belted three-run homers in the third and fifth innings, and winning pitcher Ken Miles went 3 for 5 with a double and two RBIs as

Buena

beat host

St. Joseph

, 18-2.

Scott DeCecco fashioned a five-inning perfect game with 12 strikeouts as

Middle Township

notched a 23-0 win at

Bridgeton

. DeCecco also hit a two-run homer in the first inning and a grand slam in the third.

Tri-County.

Lee Kite doubled twice and Taylor Smith lined a game-winning two-run single as

Pennsville

clipped host

Clayton

, 4-2.

Steve Wilgus rapped three hits and drove in four runs as part of a 12-hit attack that carried

Gloucester Catholic

to a 19-5 win at

Pitman

. Nick Capelli homered for the Panthers.

Burlington County.

Max Himmelstein of

Moorestown

drove in eight runs, including six on three-run homers in the first and fourth innings, leading the Quakers past host

New Egypt

, 15-5. New Egypt's Mike Fassl and Taylor Steen hit back-to-back homers.

Marc Mount drove in three runs with a double and a triple, Mike Wasco poked two hits, and

Riverside

coach Gary Herron won his 250th career game, 13-3, over visiting

Burlington Township

.

Delran

nailed down a 3-0 shutout at

Bordentown

as Cody Zwier pitched all five innings of the rain-shortened game. Jesse Revenis hit a clinching fifth-inning homer.

Nonleague.

Medford Tech

ended a 9-12 season with a 6-2 win over visiting

Camden County Tech

. Tim Fleming drove in four runs, and winning pitcher Ryan Murtaugh fanned nine Warriors while pitching a two-hitter.

Lacrosse

Chris LaPierre and Ben Schwing scored three goals apiece, and LaPierre added a pair of assists to drive

Shawnee

to a 12-3 win over visiting

Kingsway

in the first round of the NJSIAA state Group 3 tournament. Matt Munger added two goals, and goalie Roy Byrd made nine saves.

Also in Group 3,

Clearview

ousted visiting

Mainland

, 18-9, as Nick Philippi contributed four goals and four assists, and Ben DeBlois had four goals and two assists. Mainland's Ian Previti tossed in five goals.

Tennis

Haddonfield

(30-3) wrapped up a perfect Colonial Conference season by clinching the league title with a 5-0 win over visiting

Sterling

. Tim McMahon, Aaron Taylor and Mike Steinberger combined to sweep the singles, dropping a total of three games.