With two outs in the bottom of the seventh and a runner on third base, Oakcrest's Ryan Kelly hit a slow-rolling ground ball toward the St. Joseph shortstop that looked like it would be the final out.

Instead, the ball was bobbled, Kelly reached safely, and John Dodson scored to cap off the Falcons' 8-7 comeback win Saturday in the Rohrer Tournament final at Haddon Township.

Dodson had come to the plate with two outs and Oakcrest down, 7-6, in the bottom of the seventh. Jailen Heard, who was on first, stole both second and third. Dodson's double scored him.

That brought up Kelly. Dodson then stole third, and was knocked in by Kelly's ground ball on the next pitch.

Dodson finished 2 for 5 with an RBI and three runs scored. Tyler Manno earned the win, and Ryan Johnson was named tournament MVP after collecting six total hits (4 for 4 in the final).

Grand Slam Classic. Jose Rodriguez drove in two runs and earned the win as Vineland cruised past Timber Creek, 11-2, in the first round at Washington Lake Park.

Brett Parlante was 3 for 3, including a double, and knocked in three runs for Northern Burlington in its 10-6 win over Clearview.

Tri-County Conference. Chris Mormile allowed two hits and struck out nine over five innings as visiting Wildwood topped Salem, 9-0.

Nonleague. Winning pitcher Tyler Dixon went 2 for 3 with two RBIs as Eastern cruised past host Gateway, 14-4.

Nathan Zito and Vincent Naurath each drove in a run for Holy Cross as it defeated visiting Nottingham, 4-3.


Lauren Sandalier had two hits, including the game-ending single in the seventh inning, to give Washington Township an 11-10 victory over Clearview and its second straight Ron Vinick Tournament title at Millville. Sandalier finished with four RBIs.

Also for the Minutemaids, tournament MVP Jess Hughes went 3 for 4 with two home runs and five RBIs. Shannon Gasparovic earned the win in a three-inning effort.

In the semifinals, Washington Township topped Cumberland, 5-0, behind Lauren Shannon's no-hitter. She had 12 strikeouts in seven innings.

Also in the tournament, Jackie Lesher earned a win and went 3 for 4 with three RBIs as Cumberland took third place over Cedar Creek, 15-5. Alyssa Donato went 4 for 4, including a triple, and knocked in three runs.

Camden County Tournament. Maddie Chain earned a complete game victory and hit the game-winning home run to give Gloucester the Camden County Tournament crown with an 8-7 victory against Triton at Eastern. Chain finished 2 for 3 and drove in two runs.

Earlier in the day, Chain went 2 for 3 with a double and two RBIs to help lift the Lions over Delsea, 9-1, in the semifinals.

Tri-County Conference. Lindsay Przywara homered and Alexis Schauer tripled as host Williamstown edged Woodstown, 9-6. Taylor Hobbs earned the win.