In another Olympic Conference match, second-ranked Shawnee received scoring from 10 players, including a hat trick by Eric Meyer and Owen Demmerly's two goals and three assists, and goalie Chris Egan faced just two shots in blanking host Winslow Township, 17-0.
Nonleague. Goalie Joe Gigantiello stopped 10 shots in posting the shutout, and Steve Pontrello keyed the attack with four goals and two assists to lead top-ranked St. Augustine to a 6-0 nonleague win at Montclair.
Danny Willis stopped 13 shots, Matt Olbrich recorded a hat trick and Alex Martinelli contributed two goals and a pair of assists in leading third-ranked Moorestown to a 7-5 win at Hillsborough.
Steven Jackson was the game's top goal-scorer with five while Gloucester Catholic teammates Jake Turner, Nick Lanciano and Anthony Iacovone combined for 11 goals and nine assists, as the host Rams ran away from Moorestown Friends, 19-6.
Anthony Esposito worked a two-out walk in the bottom of the sixth inning, stole second and scored on John Griffin's humpback line drive to centerfield, making host Kingsway a 6-5 winner over Clearview in a see-saw Tri-County Royal Conference battle.
Griffin, a senior shortstop, atoned for two errors in the field by going 4 for 4 at the plate.
Also in the Tri-County:
Ryan Hawthorne's bases-loaded triple ignited a six-run sixth inning, enabling host Pennsville to put away Schalick, 9-2.
Mike Shawaryn struck out seven in pitching a five-inning no-hitter, and Giovanni Gussen singled, doubled and knocked in four runs to highlight Gloucester Catholic's 10-0 home win over Woodstown.
Olympic. Paschal Petrongolo batted 3 for 3, scored three runs and drove in six to power Paul VI to a 17-7 victory at Seneca.
Cape-Atlantic. A.J. Scibilia's two-run single in the bottom of the sixth rallied host Hammonton past Vineland, 2-1.
New Jersey Vocational. Gabriel DelValle homered twice in going 3 for 3 with seven RBIs as host Pennsauken Tech picked up its second tournament win with ease, 18-2, over Camden County Tech.
Nick Cappetti shot even-par 72 at Blue Heron Pines to take third place individually and help Burlington Township to a third-place team finish at the ninth annual Garden State Cup.
Bergen Catholic took the team title for the third straight year.