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.

Matt Ennis struck out seven while limiting Gloucester to three singles and three walks, and Pitman used an early scoring outburst to come away with a 5-2 road win.

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.

Freshman second baseman Adam Quaranta went 3 for 4, stole two bases, drove in two runs, and scored once, and junior shortstop Spencer Bard singled, tripled, scored one run, and knocked in one for the Foxes.

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.

Tyler Kaiser's groundout in the second inning brought home Nick Savino with the game's first run.

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.

In defeat, Warriors goalie Boomer Dohn stopped 17 of 33 shots to increase his school-record save total to 686.