Dave Hydock slugged a two-run homer in the first inning, igniting Shawnee to a 10-0 win over visiting Pennsauken on Wednesday as the Renegades wrapped up the Olympic Conference Patriot Division baseball championship.

Kevin Boswick pitched a five-inning two-hitter with seven strikeouts for the Renegades, ranked No. 9 in South Jersey by The Inquirer.

Hydock finished with two hits and three RBIs in Shawnee's 10-hit attack.

Also in the Olympic, Lenape's 10-4 win at Cherokee allowed Washington Township to clinch the American Division title. Jeff McGarry and Steve Doulong homered for the Indians.

Eastern's 20th win was a 12-1 success against visiting Cherry Hill East in which Sean Hunter lined a three-run double, and Matt Lawson went 3 for 3 with four RBIs.

After scoring two runs in the bottom of the seventh to tie the game, Seneca got two more in the eighth to beat visiting Paul VI, 6-5. Mark Steen, the winning pitcher in relief, had three RBIs, including the winner.

Tyler Krusch doubled and eventually scored on a suicide squeeze in the bottom of the ninth inning as Timber Creek clipped visiting Winslow Township, 7-6.

N.J. Vocational Tournament. GCIT won the tournament with a 10-6 verdict over visiting Bergen County Tech. The Cheetahs received two RBIs each from Justin Frisby, Tommy Kleinhans, Jake Danner, and Chris Gilcrest.

Burlington County. Florence clinched at least a share of the Freedom Division title by beating visiting Riverside, 11-6. The Flashes scored 11 runs in the first two innings, aided by Jake DeWitt's two-run homer and Heath Fillmyer's three-run homer.

Bordentown pitcher Drew Pedersen fashioned a five-inning no-hitter, stopping visiting Palmyra, 14-1. Tommy Walters piled up three singles, a double and three RBIs.

Burlington Township subdued visiting Cinnaminson, 9-1, as Aaron Crichlow drove in three runs, and Eddie Hoffman and David Viselli added two RBIs each.

Medford Tech edged host Pemberton, 9-8, in eight innings as winning pitcher Jerry Taylor slapped a two-run single in the eighth and struck out the Hornets' last batter with a runner on second base.

Colonial. Brett Phillips' two-run homer in the third inning put Audubon ahead to stay en route to a 5-3 win over visiting Gateway.

Tri-County. Gloucester's Kyle Gaff and Brandon Blackiston combined for five hits and five RBIs, highlighting a 14-4 triumph at Salem.

Two RBIs by Steve Keane and shutout pitching by Steve DiCarlo paced Clearview past host Glassboro, 4-0.

Cape-Atlantic. Hammonton freshman Justin Smith clubbed a leadoff home run in the bottom of the ninth inning to bring a sudden end to a 4-3 win over visiting Vineland.

Nonleague. Overbrook coach Chuck Marciano beat his son Frank's Triton team for the second time this spring, 4-3. Shane Graham's infield single in the top of the seventh plated Alex Parisi with the winning run.

Pennsauken Tech finished an 11-12 season with a 10-3 win over visiting LEAP Academy. Melvin Garcia struck out nine in his final game, and had a single, a triple, and three RBIs.

Mark Zagunis, hitting .700 this spring, scored four runs and stole five bases in Holy Cross' 11-1 at Highland.