Jake Campbell doubled home the winning run for a second straight game to lift Cherry Hill West to a 3-2 home win Wednesday against Cherokee in nonleague baseball.
After Kyle Bordner doubled in the fifth inning, Campbell delivered his own two-bagger.
Brandon Zachary earned the win. He gave up two runs (one earned) on two hits. Zachary struck out 12 and walked one.
In other nonleague play:
Matt Jefferson beat out a bunt single for his third hit of the day and a nine-inning win as Deptford topped visiting Schalick, 10-9.
Keith Ryback tossed a three-hit shutout with 11 strikeouts to lead Clearview to a 2-0 win at Penns Grove.
Angel Rodriguez delivered a single in the seventh inning to score Andrew Boulden and get host Gloucester a 3-2 win against Kingsway.
Tyler Diaz gave Pennsauken a 6-5 win with a hit in the ninth inning against Burlington City.
Michael Foytik doubled and knocked in two runs to help Cumberland win at Woodstown, 7-4.
Austin Fottrell launched a three-run homer in the first inning, and behind his work on the mound, Egg Harbor Township never looked back en route to a 9-4 win at Burlington Township.
Steve Mannion had three hits, including a home run, for Moorestown Friends, which beat visiting Woodrow Wilson, 15-1.
Adam Rapp crushed two home runs, including a game-ending shot in the sixth inning to invoke the mercy rule in Northern Burlington's 11-1 home win against New Egypt.
Tyler Bene struck out six and gave up two runs to earn the win and reached base three times and scored three runs as Collingswood routed host Pitman, 12-2.
Burlington County Patriot. Marty McDonald blasted a home run and drove in a pair of runs as Cinnaminson won at Pemberton, 12-9.
Colonial. Skyler Glover, Connor Beckas, and Jesse Weick each had a double in Haddon Heights' 21-0 win at Lindenwold.
James Higginbotham broke a pair of Gloucester Catholic records in a 16-0 win at Holy Cross in an Olympic National matchup.
Higginbotham, a Lebanon Valley recruit, set the single-game goals record with seven and, adding four assists, set the single-game scoring mark with 11 points.
Olympic American. Kyle Borbi scored three times and Jack Tyrrell and Dan Wigley added two goals each in Shawnee's 11-3 win at Washington Township.
Olympic Patriot. Zack Aho netted five goals in Seneca's 16-2 victory over visiting Paul VI.
Cape-Atlantic. Jon Mitchell and Paulie Stablini each scored four times to guide Oakcrest to a 14-6 home win over Mainland.
Nonleague. Trey Anderson scored seven of Winslow Township's eight goals in an 8-4 home win against Ewing.