Mark McGowan homered and Drew Smick pitched a solid game in relief as Woodstown rallied from a 4-0 deficit for a 7-5 upset of visiting Delsea in Tri-County Conference baseball Tuesday.
Delsea (10-7) jumped out to an early lead against Wolverines starter Rich Stuart, but Woodstown (3-7) took the lead for good with a four-run fifth inning.
McGowan went 2 for 4 with two runs scored and two runs batted in, and Nick Battle and Sam Nowicki added two hits apiece in support of Smick, who got the win with 21/3 innings of relief.
Olympic. Chris Jones poked three hits and Bishop Eustace broke open a close game with a five-run fifth inning, handing host Timber Creek a 9-3 setback.
Burlington County. Home runs off the bats of Matt Zizzamia and Chris Burns launched Holy Cross toward a 10-0 shutout at Willingboro. Pat Graham tossed a three-hitter for the win.
Clinton Hart and Marty McDonald drove in two runs each, and Tim Kemmerle earned the pitching win as Cinnaminson knocked off visiting Westampton Tech, 13-3.
Cape-Atlantic. Troy Dixon and Alex Ciaramella each had two singles and a triple as Egg Harbor Township rapped nine hits in a 9-2 win at Absegami. Mike Chontas struck out 11 Braves.
Friends Schools. Colin Gregory led off the bottom of the sixth with a single and Ethan Magaziner followed with a game-winning home run over the right-field fence as Moorestown Friends clipped visiting Westtown, 2-1.
Nonleague. Moorestown's Tim Miller, a senior righthander, struck out 11 Sterling batters and helped himself by slapping a pair of singles and driving in four runs as the visiting Quakers prevailed, 9-1.
GCIT's Matt Stranix got his first varsity pitching win, 14-4, over visiting LEAP Academy. Tommy Kleinhaus drove in three runs.
Mark Tattory broke the Delran school record in the 800 meters with a winning time of 1 minute, 55.9 seconds during a 92-27 Burlington County League win over visiting Cinnaminson.
Colin McDonald's only goal in Rancocas Valley's 17-0 nonleague win over visiting Hamilton West was the 100th of his career. McDonald also had two assists, and Aaron Bennett notched five goals.
New Egypt goalie Boomer Dohn made eight saves, including the 700th of his career, as the Warriors stifled visiting Steinert, 8-2. Tyler Emery scored four goals.
Cape-Atlantic. Mainland scored the first five goals of the game and handled host Oakcrest, 9-3. Guy Loggi scored five times, and Chris Kaczmarski assisted on three.