The Clearview boys' volleyball team made history on Monday, becoming the school's first program to win five consecutive championships, when the Pioneers blanked host Moorestown, 2-0, to clinch the Olympic Conference Patriot Division title.

Sam Pisker served two aces to go with 14 kills, Adam Coughlan added seven kills, Zach Hickman recorded 15 assists, Adam Herman made five blocks and John Schnatz chipped in two digs for Clearview (8-5 overall, 7-1 division).

Lacrosse

Shawnee, The Inquirer's fifth-ranked team in South Jersey, wrapped up the Olympic Conference Patriot Division crown with an 18-4 home rout of Cherry Hill West.

Owen Demmerly (4 goals, 3 assists) and Eric Meyer (2 goals, 3 assists) sparked an early onslaught that saw the Renegades run out to leads of 10-1 and 18-2 in the first half.

Shawnee (10-5 overall, 9-0 division) also received multiple goals from Kyle Borbi and Zach McHale, which each netting a hat trick, and Cory Munger, who scored twice.

In other Olympic action:

Sixth-ranked Eastern kept its American Division title hopes alive with a 14-6 win at Clearview.

Alex Haubrich led all scorers with five goals, C.J. Penberthy scored four times and Robby Weingart contributed a goal and four assists for the Vikings (10-3, 6-2), who cemented the win with a 6-1 second-half spree.

Baseball

Kingsway and Clearview climbed back into the Tri-County Conference Royal Division race with a pair of stunning road wins.

After squandering a three-run seventh-inning lead, Kingsway scored twice in the 10th to pull out a 5-3 victory at first-place Delsea. Brody Moran batted 3 for 5 with one RBI and John Griffin added a single, a double and two runs scored for the Dragons.

Clearview, behind three RBIs apiece from Matt Pennell and Joe Reichl, scored five times in the third and seven in the sixth to stun second-place Williamstown, 13-3.

Pennsville's Luke Westfield struck out 11 over five innings while holding Clayton hitless, and the host Eagles emptied the bat rack in an 18-0 romp.