Woodbury's Matt Atkinson rapped a one-out single to right field in the seventh inning, breaking up a no-hit bid by Overbrook's Zack Cooper, but Cooper finished the host Rams' 8-0, one-hit win on Wednesday.

Cooper struck out seven and walked three in the Colonial Conference matchup to boost his record to 3-0. Josh McCouch drove in three runs with a single and a double.

Also in the Colonial, Audubon's Andrew Schorr pitched a five-inning no-hitter with a dozen strikeouts, stopping visiting Collingswood, 12-0. Keith Michalski homered to left field and joined Trevor Tassi and Doug Young with two RBIs each.

Haddonfield's Robert Perkins had a double, triple, and home run for three RBIs in leading a 12-3 win over visiting Lindenwold.

Kevin Kasilowski's two-run triple punctuated a four-run sixth inning that wrapped up Haddon Township's 5-0 win over visiting West Deptford. Pat Burns threw a three-hit shutout.

Tri-County. Joe Tenuto doubled in the tying run in the bottom of the seventh inning and scored the winner on Joe Brooks' single as Gloucester Catholic rallied past visiting Highland, 5-4.

Rightfielder Ridge Herrman doubled twice and knocked in two runs, and Conner Dilks allowed five hits in Pennsville's 7-1 win over visiting Glassboro.

Olympic. Chris Jones had half of Bishop Eustace's six hits and scored three runs as the host Crusaders dealt Lenape an 8-3 setback.

Eastern needed eight innings and Steven Volpe's 15-strikeout pitching to survive a 4-3 win at Winslow Township.

Camden Catholic broke open a close game with a seven-run fifth inning and dumped visiting Triton, 11-1. Matt McElhatton ended the game with a grand slam to center field.

Tom Hildebrand ripped a two-run triple and also pitched an inning in relief of winner Mark Scarpa as Washington Township upended host Timber Creek, 7-1.

Burlington County. Moorestown blanked visiting Northern Burlington, 3-0, with Dan Schurer's two-hit pitching and Drew Pederson's two hits, two runs scored, and three stolen bases.

Cape-Atlantic. Beau Hall's two-run single in the third inning combined with Rich Dillenberger's pitching to make Ocean City a 2-1 winner at Lower Cape May.

Egg Harbor Township's 8-4 victory over visiting Middle Township was powered by Troy Dixon's four hits and two RBIs, Zack Meyer's three runs batted in, and Monny Strickland's home run to left field.

Lacrosse

Jake Turner led Gloucester Catholic's attack with three goals and four assists as the visiting Rams beat Camden Catholic, 11-3, in the Olympic Conference.

Cape-Atlantic. Guy Loggi's six goals and Chris Kaczmarski's three goals and four assists led host Mainland past Lower Cape May, 17-2.