Audubon 10, Haddon Heights 2: The victory, coupled with Woodbury's loss to West Deptford, clinches a return trip to the Joe Hartmann Diamond Classic for the visiting Green Wave.
Wayne Test struck out nine and allowed one earned run in a six-hitter for Audubon. Eric Schorr went 3 for 4 with four RBIs and fell a single short of the cycle.
West Deptford 10, Woodbury 7: Kyle Garrison went 2 for 4 with a three-run homer to power the host Eagles.
Haddonfield 5, Haddon Township 2: Charlie Clarke went 3 for 3 with two runs scored and Mark Ostbye drove in two runs for the host Bulldogs.
BURLINGTON COUNTY TOURNAMENT
Cinnaminson 3, Florence 2: Marty McDonald was hit by a pitch with the bases loaded, scoring Travis Pewor and giving the host Pirates a walk-off victory. Chris Pawlikowski went 2 for 3 with a steal and a run for Cinnaminson.
BURLINGTON COUNTY INDEPENDENCE
Westampton Tech 11, Trenton Catholic 1: Isaiah Lewis struck out 13 over five no-hit innings and went 3 for 3 with four RBIs at the plate for the host Panthers.
BURLINGTON COUNTY LIBERTY
Rancocas Valley 1, Burlington Township 0: Stevie Stevenson struck out seven and walked two in a two-hitter for the host Red Devils. Chris Contiliano drove in the only run.
BURLINGTON COUNTY PATRIOT
Delran 7, Holy Cross 5: Dave Geary went 4 for 4 with three runs and two RBIs and Brandon Pell chipped in three RBIs for the visiting Bears.
FRIENDS SCHOOLS LEAGUE
Moorestown Friends 11, Westtown 2: AJ Dunham drove in three runs, scored three runs, and stole two bases to help the Foxes at home. Mitchell Mullock recorded three hits, one RBI, and one run.
Washington Township 14, Williamstown 6: Nick Evangelista threw three innings of no-hit relief to shut the door for the host Minutemen.
Gloucester Catholic 11, Highland 1: Tyler Mondile struck out 10 in five innings to earn the win for the visiting Rams.
Pennsauken Tech 10, Camden 8: Wesley Romero went 3 for 5 with four RBIs and two runs to propel the Tornadoes on the road.
Clearview 15, Cherry Hill West 3: Michael Mannino, Tyler Richardson, and Matt Donnelly each tallied three goals to guide the Pioneers on the road.