Brett Tenuto became Gloucester Catholic's third baseball player this season to reach 100 career hits, as the senior third baseman batted 3 for 3 with two runs scored and four RBIs in Friday's 14-0 romp at Tri-County Conference rival Woodstown.
John Brue and Elliott McCummings previously reached the milestone for the Rams, who are ranked No. 2 in South Jersey by The Inquirer.
Tenuto and Brue (1 for 2, 2 runs, 1 RBI) each had a home run and Joe Santone had a bases-loaded triple in support of Steve Mondile, who blanked the Wolverines on five hits.
In another Tri-County game, reliever Jay Smith worked his way out of a bases-loaded jam in the seventh inning, preserving the win for Frank Angeloni and host Highland, which held off Delsea, 4-3. Joe Sigismindi doubled twice and scored two runs, and Matt Miniconzi added two RBIs for the Tartans.
Olympic. Sophomore righthander Mark Scarpa rang up nine strikeouts and scattered three hits and two walks, and top-ranked Washington Township used a four-run fourth inning to turn back visiting Shawnee, 5-0.
Vinny Paola drove in three runs with two hits, including a two-run homer in the fifth inning that enabled host Bishop Eustace to top Triton, 7-1.
Nick Ciocco batted 3 for 5 with two RBIs and Jason Renna belted a solo home run, sending Cherry Hill East to an 8-1 win at Seneca.
Cape-Atlantic. Freshman Denny Brady struck out nine and walked one in pitching a three-hit shutout, and Manny Colon drove in three runs with a double and a home run and scored twice, as seventh-ranked Buena turned a 1-0 fourth-inning lead into an 8-0 victory over visiting Middle Township.
Senior righthander Kevin Baxter hurled his third consecutive shutout, and junior shortstop Christian Adorno stole four bases in St. Augustine's 3-0 home win over Millville.
Gio Casiano belted a three-run homer in the first inning, and Dylan Martello scored the winner in the bottom of the eighth on an overthrow, lifting host Egg Harbor Township over Hammonton, 8-7.
Steve Zellers opened Ocean City's second inning with a home run and Justin Healey added a bases-loaded triple later in the frame, putting the host Red Raiders on track for a 5-1 defeat of Lower Cape May. Junior righthander Kyle Andrews fanned 11, walked none, and held the Tigers to three singles in improving to 3-0.
Burlington County. Pete Perez struck out 16 and lowered his ERA to 0.92 by shutting out Riverside on two hits, and the junior joined Anthony Coniglio and Vinnie Vasapoli in going deep in Burlington City's 8-0 home win.
Joey Frey's two-run double ignited a five-run seventh inning, as Moorestown pulled out a 7-2 triumph at Burlington Township.
Nonleague. Tom Jakubowski walked, stole second and third, and scored the tying run on a throwing error, and Harry Sturgis followed with a game-winning single that scored Chris Dellaquilla, as West Deptford rallied in the bottom of the seventh to upend Penns Grove, 4-3.
Eagles reliever Zach Moran struck out the final Penns Grove batter to strand the bases loaded in the top of the seventh.
Luis Vargas, Roberto Presinal, and Alex Ortiz combined for eight hits, 10 RBIs, and eight runs scored to power host Pennsauken Tech past Camden, 19-3.
Jake Turner's five goals and five assists, along with a fast start, carried host Gloucester Catholic over Camden Catholic, 18-9, in the Olympic Conference.
Nonleague. Tim Corn (8 saves) recorded Rancocas Valley's fourth shutout of the season, and the host Red Devils provided plenty of firepower in dismantling Cinnaminson, 17-0. Aaron Bennett (5 goals, 2 assists), Killian McGiboney (4 goals, 3 assists), Colin McDonald (3 goals), and Jack Goracy (1 goal, 4 assists) took turns hurting the Pirates.
Isaac Anderson and Luke Grabiak battled back for a 3-6, 6-5, 6-4 victory at first doubles, lifting Haddonfield over Moorestown, 3-2, in the championship of the Moorestown Classic.