Alex Scarlett's two-run, walk-off double in the bottom of the seventh inning capped a wild comeback and made host Holy Spirit a 9-8 winner over Oakcrest on Tuesday in Cape-Atlantic League baseball.

Reliever Mike Dilanni gave up one run over the final three innings to earn the win. The Spartans overcame an 8-3 deficit by rallying for four runs in the sixth and prevailing on Scarlett's winning hit, which brought home his twin brother, Chris Scarlett, and Ryan Solari.

Colonial. Nick Rutter set the Gateway career record with his 35th stolen base, eclipsing the mark set by Jay Etris in 1984, as the host Gators ran wild in a 19-4 romp past Paulsboro.

Olympic. Kevin Boswick never reached a three-ball count in facing 15 batters and fanned the final six to finish with a 12-strikeout perfect game through five innings - which is how long it took Shawnee to finish off host Triton, 11-0.

The win ensured the Renegades of at least a share of the Patriot Division title.

Burlington County. Tyler Trumbetti's two-out single in the top of the seventh inning brought home Isiah Hall with the go-ahead run, and Burlington Township went on to edge host Pemberton, 5-4, and clinch at least a share of the Liberty Division title.

Bryce DiPaola batted 4 for 4 and Brandon Knauss went 3 for 3 with four RBIs as host Rancocas Valley remained a half-game behind Township thanks to an 11-1 rout of Northern Burlington.

New Egypt's Reid Anderson hit for the cycle, including a grand slam, and scored three times as the Warriors emptied the bat rack in mauling host Maple Shade, 17-1.

Tri-County. John Brue, Tim Holder, and Brett Tenuto each had two RBIs for Gloucester Catholic, which locked up at least a share of the Diamond Division crown with an 11-1 win at Deptford.

Kyle Grim knocked in four runs with three hits, and Jordan Rizzo homered in going 3 for 4 with two RBIs as host Williamstown remained alive in the Royal Division race with a 9-1 win over Kingsway.

Friends Schools. Stephen Dwyer drove in two runs with one of Moorestown Friends' two hits, and Adam Quaranta supplied 11/3 innings of shutout relief to save the win for Colin Gregory and the host Foxes, 5-3, over George School.

Nonleague. Josh Rodgers starred on the mound and at the plate - striking out eight, pitching a two-hit shutout, and batting 4 for 4 with three RBIs - to lead host Pennsauken over Camden, 11-0.

Rodgers has doubled in each of his last five at-bats.


Rancocas Valley improved to 15-0 overall and clinched the Valley Division title of the Colonial Valley Conference, as the host Red Devils doubled up Hightstown, 14-7.

Aaron Bennett (3 goals, 4 assists) and Jack Goracy (3 goals, 3 assists) sparked the offense, and goalie Tim Corn turned away 10 shots.

In another Colonial Valley clash, New Egypt's fourth-quarter rally was not enough to prevent the host Warriors from falling to Lawrence, 11-10.

Tyler Emery led the late charge with five goals and three assists.

Olympic. Zach Wallace scored his fourth goal of the match in overtime, making host Bishop Eustace a 12-11 winner over Gloucester Catholic.

The Rams wasted a game-high five goals by Steven Jackson.