Woodstown's Lee Ware became the second baseball coach in South Jersey history to win 600 games, reaching the mark Tuesday night with a 19-0 win against host Bridgeton at the John Rose Tournament.
Along with a group of former players, Ware's family from Virginia joined him to celebrate the win, which they commemorated with a postgame ceremony.
"It was a really big night," Ware said. "It was really overwhelming. I really appreciate it."
Ware, who received a cake and signed bat from his players, gave a game ball to the pitcher who got him his first win 40 years ago, Jake Lenahan.
Ware is second in South Jersey history in wins. Russ Spicer, who spent most of his time at Haddonfield, holds the record with 603.
Woodstown played Cumberland earlier in the day and lost, 10-1.
Nonleague. Karal Ankuda capped a four-run rally in the seventh inning Tuesday with a two-run single to lift Maple Shade to an 11-10 home win game against Riverside.
Riverside had scored four runs in the top of the seventh to take the lead.
In other nonleague play:
Moorestown's Jesse Fante dropped a suicide squeeze bunt to score Johnny Clark in the fourth inning and it stood as the game's only run, as Tyler Kaiser held visiting Cherokee to three hits.
Millville's Calvin Clark limited Holy Spirit to one unearned run in six innings and fanned nine in a 9-6 road win.
Winslow Township's Tyler Fletcher threw seven scoreless innings, allowing three hits and striking out 10, in a 6-0 win against visiting Burlington Township.
Jeremy Lopez delivered a single in the bottom of the ninth inning to score Michail Duran and give Pennsauken Tech an 11-10 home win against Woodrow Wilson.
Delran's Tim Macey and Brendan Pell each knocked in two runs in an 11-1 win at Trenton Catholic.
Bordentown's Cullen Carter went 3 for 3 with a home run, three RBIs, and three runs scored in an 11-2 home win against Pennsauken.
Tri-County Royal. Jimmy Dilsaver's base hit in the eighth inning plated John Paul Beshada and gave Kingsway a 1-0 home win against Delsea.
Olympic American. Eastern's Steve Priolo gave up one run on six hits with eight strikeouts on the mound and had a pair of hits and three RBIs at the plate in a 5-1 win at Lenape.
Colonial. Zach Welsher hit a pair of home runs and Audubon won at Collingswood, 8-2.
Ryan McGoldrick and Justin Ford each had a pair of doubles for Sterling, which earned a 14-5 win at Lindenwold.
Jordan Krug collected four goals in Cherokee's 7-3 win at Bishop Eustace, including two in a decisive four-goal fourth quarter.
Eastern's Mikhail Micheaux highlighted the Olympic Conference championships, which took place at Washington Township.
Micheaux won the long jump with a jump of 23 feet, 13/4 inches, and the triple jump with a 44-10 effort.
Micheaux also finished sixth in the 400-meter dash with a time of 50.39 seconds.