Vinnie Biasiello's penalty kick in the 78th minute capped a late rally, enabling host Kingsway to upend second-ranked Williamstown, 2-1, on Wednesday in Tri-County Conference boys' soccer.

Riding a five-game winning streak that carried Williamstown (10-2 overall, 8-1 division) to the Royal Division title, the Braves jumped on top almost immediately - courtesy of Aaron Rose's goal 6 minutes into the match.

But Kingsway, which had dropped a 1-0 decision at Williamstown in the fourth game of the season, finally put a shot past Braves goalie Andrew McNellis (4 saves) in the 68th minute when Bryan Ahearn redirected Benny Gialloretto's free kick.

Ten minutes later Williamstown was whistled for a foul in the box, and Biasiello converted the spot kick to put the Dragons (6-5-1, 4-4-1) ahead. Kingsway keeper Jimmy Amorebella made three saves to preserve the lead.

In another Tri-County Conference match, GCIT pulled out a 2-1 triumph at Wildwood on a goal by Phillip Mastoriodis 1 minute, 7 seconds into overtime.

Eric Smith opened the scoring for the Cheetahs in the 16th minute. Wildwood evened the score with 15 minutes to go in regulation, with Valentine Rordiguez scoring off a scramble in front of the net.

Tom Kleinhans came through with a dozen saves for GCIT, which won for the third time in 13 games.

Burlington County. Justin Redziniak had a goal and an assist in fueling Cinnaminson's fast start, and Pirates goalkeeper Joe Colendo turned aside a dozen shots in posting a 3-0 home win over Burlington Township.

Kevin Sotell and Tim Temmerle also scored in the Pirates' three-goal first half.

Olympic. Mike Hartmann earned the shutout with seven saves and received offensive support from four teammates, as fourth-ranked Shawnee blanked visiting Winslow Township, 4-0.

Tyler Arsenault, Nick Cristea, Owen Demmerly and Ryan Schroy each had a goal for the Renegades.

Nonleague. Ryan Butler broke through for a goal in the 55th minute and goalie James Brett stopped 11 shots - including a crucial save in the waning seconds - to send Palmyra to a 1-0 win at Moorestown Friends.