Zach Fadio homered to open the game and fifth-seeded

Audubon

never looked back, cruising to a 14-2 victory at fourth-seeded

Overbrook

yesterday in an NJSIAA South Jersey Group 2 quarterfinal playoff.

Fadio, who drove in four runs and finished a triple shy of the cycle, was just one of the hitting stars for the Green Wave. Steve Rizzo knocked in four runs with a double and a three-run home run, and Tom Dyer launched a two-run shot as Audubon ended the onslaught with an eight-run rally in the fifth inning.

Wade Gies limited the Rams to three singles despite a bout of wildness that saw him walk eight. The Overbrook runs came on a wild pitch and a bases-loaded walk.

Audubon advanced to Tuesday's semifinals against the winner of today's game between eighth-seeded

Woodstown

and top-seeded

Haddon Township

.

Cape-Atlantic.

Rob Wallace drove in five runs, four on a grand slam in the sixth inning, as

Holy Spirit

poured it on late to put away host

Middle Township

, 15-3.

Kyle Baxter's two-run triple ignited a seven-run outburst in the opening inning, and Matt LaTorre and Dom DiPietro combined on a two-hit shutout, as host

St. Augustine

silenced

Oakcrest

, 10-0.

Winning pitcher Wellie Gonzalez, who finished with three RBIs, lashed a two-run single in the first inning to put host

Wildwood Catholic

on course for a 10-1 rout of

Bridgeton

.

Tri-County.

Scott Milden knocked in four runs, with the key blow a bases-loaded double in the second inning, as host

Clearview

cruised past

Williamstown

, 6-1.

Keith Eliason raced home on a fielder's choice grounder by Bill Donovan in the sixth inning, putting

Gloucester Catholic

ahead to stay in an 8-7 win at

Pennsville

.

Colonial.

Steve Williams roped a two-out, two-run double in the sixth inning, and

Haddon Township

went on to down host

Sterling

, 5-2.

Volleyball

Scott Sweeten ended his 15-year run as coach at

Cherry Hill West

, finishing with a record of 243-92, as the 14th-seeded Lions fell at second-seeded

Southern Regional

, 2-0, in the second round of the NJSIAA South sectional tournament.

Asad Jamil's five kills and 11 digs led West, which finished the season 15-12.