Mike Carr of Roman Catholic then struck out five in four innings to take the victory in Philadelphia's 17-3 rout of Pocono. The victory was highlighted by a three-run home run by Father Judge's Joe Affet in the fifth inning.
Matt Wright, a lefthander from La Salle, will start the gold-medal game for Philadelphia.
Northeast's Scott Hunter has led Philadelphia (3-0) in batting in the last three games, with five hits in nine at-bats. Hunter has also scored four runs, driven in two and stolen two bases.
Delaware Valley (2-1) will play Allegheny (2-1) for the bronze medal at 11 a.m. today, at Limeport Field in Allentown. Spring-Ford's Bob Wineberg had two home runs in Delaware Valley's 7-6 triumph over Pocono, including a leadoff shot to end the game in the bottom of the ninth inning.
His third-inning home run had tied the game at 3-3.
Council Rock's Carl Albrect got the victory in relief against Pocono, while Plymouth Whitemarsh's Greg Kriebel won a 7-3 decision over Blue Mountain.
Downingtown basketball players led the Delaware Valley male and female scholastic teams to victories in first-round action. Ed Barton had 19 points to pace his team to a 98-79 triumph over Great Lakes.
Tara Suber had 23 points and Tina Nicholson added 17 to lead their team to an 82-65 victory over Great Lakes. Lower Moreland's Heather Weindorfer added 17 points for Delaware Valley.
Delaware Valley remained undefeated in soccer.
Phil Julien of Ambler had two goals in the junior men's team's 7-0 rout of Pocono. Archbishop Wood's Carrie Spinelli had two goals in the junior women's 4-2 triumph over Pocono.
Golfers from the Philadelphia area led in two of the three women's divisions after 18 holes at the par-71 Bethlehem Municipal Golf Course. Loraine Connelly of Ardmore paced the collegiate division with a 78, while Emily Snyder of Malvern led the scholastic division with a 92.