Kingsway goalie Steve Killian came through with 24 saves, and the 13th-seeded Dragons provided plenty of offensive support in scorching No. 20 seed Morris Knolls, 15-1, on Saturday in a NJSIAA State Group 3 boys' lacrosse opening-round match.

Mike Moran led the attack with four goals and two assists, Sam Trill had a hat trick and set up three goals, and Troy Gentile and Tim Kemner combined for four goals and three assists.

Kingsway (11-7) will head to No. 4 seed Mount Olive for a second-round game on Tuesday.

State Group 1. Matthew Porter scored five times and assisted on four goals as No. 14 seed Haddonfield hammered 19th-seeded Kittatinny, 18-8, in a first-round match.

Gunnar Apgar and Greg Halla added four goals apiece and Mike Walker notched a hat trick for the Bulldogs.

Baseball

Cody Brown improved to 8-0 and tied the Gloucester Catholic career record with his 22d win, as the Rams ran over Paul VI, 12-2, in a Diamond Classic quarterfinal played at Washington Township.

Brown, who had a double and a home run in a 14-hit attack, now sits atop the school's all-time victory list alongside Greg Burke, who established the mark in 2001.

Softball

Host Williamstown rallied late to upend Kingsway, 3-2, and clinch at least a tie for the Tri-County Conference Royal Division crown.

The Braves picked up four of their seven hits in the game-turning sixth inning, with all four going for extra bases. Amanda Martinez began the comeback with a home run, winning pitcher Tiarra Sanabria followed with a double and scored on Shannon Grim's triple. Ashley Mitchell then plated Grim with a two-base hit.

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