The final of the Jim Kelly baseball tournament had been delayed three weeks because of rain, but host Gloucester did not miss a beat and beat Woodbury, 11-1, on Saturday.

Aldie Carracino went 3 for 3 with a pair of doubles and drove in five runs to lead Gloucester. The Lions' Tom O'Donnell homered.

John Lindenborn added two doubles for Gloucester.

The tournament began on April 13.

Nonleague. Dan Gallone delivered a single in the seventh inning to lift Holy Cross to a 4-3 victory against visiting Riverside.

Tim Beck had Holy Cross' only extra-base hit, a double, and Corey McDermott had a triple for Riverside.

In other nonleague play:

Troy Domenick went 3 for 3 and scored three runs for Cherokee, which won at Egg Harbor Township, 16-0. Domenick, Matt Curry, and Justin Baglivo doubled for Cherokee, and Nick Follet picked up a triple.

Kingsway's Jim Candelora and John Paul Beshada each had a double and a home run in a 17-3 win at Sacred Heart.

Candelora finished with five RBIs.


Brandon Stern racked up six goals and two assists for host Cherry Hill East, which beat Cherry Hill West, 16-8.

Josh Cohen, Chris Hammerguis, and Ian Sheeky each added three goals for Cherry Hill East.

Josh Ensley led Cherry Hill West with four goals.

Nonleague. Brian Clegg and John VanFossen each netted three goals for Holy Cross in an 11-5 home win against Cinnaminson. Brad Peditto contributed two goals for Holy Cross.

Mike Sutton led a balanced St. Augustine attack to an 8-5 victory against visiting Lenape. Sutton had three goals, and Aaron Denesevich, Dean DiSimone, Joseph Eisele, James Kitchen, and Bryce Young each scored one. Andrew Streilein had three goals and Justin Holl had two for Lenape.

Timmy Carroll, Tyler Martin, and Chris Rispo each scored for Cherokee, but the Chiefs lost at Hillsborough, 5-3.

Mike Githens deposited a pair of goals for Shawnee in a 7-4 loss against visiting Bridgewater-Raritan.

Jake Dean and Nick Pressler also scored for Shawnee.