Cole Pewor took clutch to another level on Thursday, driving in the tying run with two out in the seventh inning and capping a four-run, two-out rally in the eighth with the winning RBI, as Cinnaminson outlasted Willingboro, 7-6, in a Burlington County League baseball thriller.
Christian DeLuca, who scored the tying run on Pewor's hit in the seventh, preceded Pewor's game-winner with a two-run single.
Olympic. Tom Hildebrand laced a two-run single and Matt Long pitched six shutout innings, leading host Washington Township over Lenape, 6-1.
Jordan Glover (3 for 3, 2 RBIs) and Shane Garrett (2 for 3, 2 runs, 3 RBIs) enjoyed big days at the plate for host Cherokee, which seized control early in bouncing Bishop Eustace, 12-2.
Tyler Love went 3 for 4, drove in one run, and scored once to back Steve Prioli's shutout pitching, as host Eastern defeated Camden Catholic, 8-0.
Cape-Atlantic. Alex Boyle hit a two-run homer and Tio Casiano added a solo shot for Egg Harbor Township, which needed reliever Alex Biaramella to wriggle out of a seventh-inning jam to halt host Lower Cape May's comeback, 7-6.
Colonial. Senior lefthander Andrew Schorr set a career high with 15 strikeouts, and Audubon received two RBIs each from Boomer Wickersham and Doug Young in defeating visiting Haddon Heights, 8-3.
Junior third baseman Tyler Easterday's double chased home two runners in a five-run sixth inning, as Haddon Township's awoke in time to turn back visiting Sterling, 7-1.
Tri-County. Reliever Kevin Smith came on with the bases loaded and one out in the seventh and squelched the rally by inducing a pair of fly outs as GCIT won a wild one at Highland, 12-9.
Friends Schools. Moorestown Friends junior righthander Colin Gregory struck out seven, walked one, and scattered five hits for his first win of the year, 7-0, at Abington Friends.
Nonleague. Jarret Dehart's one-out single in the bottom of the seventh scored Nick Corbi from second, allowing host Shawnee to edge St. Augustine, 10-9.
Brian Lawler had a single, a double, and two RBIs for the Renegades, who appeared to blow the game open with an eight-run third inning.
Dan Schurer struck out seven, walked two, and gave up one hit - a second-inning single - in pitching host Moorestown past Hammonton, 3-0.
Doane Academy defeated a public school program for the first time, with Chris Scott fanning 10 in a 7-5 victory at Westampton Tech.
Pat McMenamin scored four goals, Steve Pontrello contributed a hat trick and two assists, and Mike Sutton scored three times to fuel St. Augustine's 15-7 win at Haddonfield in a nonleague match.
Colonial Valley. Aaron Bennett, Colin McDonald, and Jack Goracy combined for 11 goals and nine assists to pave the way for Rancocas Valley's 16-3 romp at New Egypt.