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Sat. S.J. boys and girls: Eustace bumps New Egypt

Bishop Eustace's offense did its job on Saturday, and Devin Smeltzer made it impossible for the opponent's lineup to do the same.

Bishop Eustace's offense did its job on Saturday, and Devin Smeltzer made it impossible for the opponent's lineup to do the same.

Smeltzer pitched all seven innings, allowing one earned run and striking out 12, and the Crusaders downed New Egypt, 8-2, in the first round of the Joe Hartmann Diamond Classic at Washington Township.

Smeltzer had full control of his repertoire, walking just one.

Sam Steele and Dan Marano each registered three hits for Bishop Eustace. Zac Gallen had two doubles, scored a run, and added an RBI.

In other Diamond Classic action:

Eric Schorr scored from second on an errant throw from a Delsea infielder, and Audubon won a 6-5, eight-inning nail-biter at Maple Shade. With two out and Schorr on second base, Bob Panico reached on an error after a throw sailed over the first baseman. Schorr came around to score the eventual winning run.

Vineland used five doubles and two four-run innings to oust Northern Burlington, 12-5, at Deptford. John Malatesta hit a double and earned the win. Tyler O'Dell hit a double and a triple for Northern Burlington.

Senior Brad Machinski missed a five-inning no-hitter by one batter, but it did no serious damage as Cherry Hill West rolled to a 11-0 win over Buena at Deptford. Machinski allowed just one hit, an infield single with two out in the fifth. He walked two and struck out four.

Boys' Lacrosse

Paul VI's Sam Jarvis scored his 100th goal, but it was overshadowed by Brad Peditto's performance for Holy Cross in the Lancers' 11-9 home victory in a nonleague game. Peditto scored a game-high five goals and assisted on four others. Jarvis collected four goals and two assists.

Drew Hillman (four goals, three assists) was involved in seven of Moorestown's nine goals, lifting the Quakers over visiting Lawrenceville, 9-8.

Boys' Track and Field

Sterling compiled 121 team points to win the Camden County Championships at Haddon Township. Victor Ogbuehi of the Silver Knights placed first in the high jump with a 6-foot, 4-inch leap. Teammate Jimmy Daniels topped the 3,200 meters in 9 minutes, 34.07 seconds. Timber Creek finished second with 115.5 points.

Girls' Track and Field

Winslow Township finished first with 156.5 points in the Camden County Championships. In the 800 meters, Jordan Austin came in first in 2:28.53, just ahead of teammate Mia Coleman (2:29.30). Haddonfield placed second among teams with 127 points.