Hamza Husain and Dan Schafhauser battled past Sebastian Calderon and Kevin Alexander, 6-2, 6-4, at first doubles. Jacob Fox and Peter Nicholson completed the sweep with a 6-1, 6-0 victory at second doubles.
Haddonfield ran its sectional title streak to a perfect 10 years, as the top-seeded Bulldogs feasted on No. 2 seed Middle Township, 5-0, in the Group 2 title match at Pitman's Shertle Park.
Luke Grabiak's 7-6 (7-2), 6-0 triumph at third singles proved to be Haddonfield's toughest test.
South Jersey Non-Public B. Moorestown Friends' bid for a fourth consecutive sectional title came up short, as the top-seeded Foxes fell, 4-1, to No. 2 seed Gill St. Bernard's in Hamilton Township.
Jake Turner set the Gloucester Catholic single-game record with six goals, and the Rams took command with a 6-1, second-quarter spree in routing host Father Judge, 15-3, in a nonleague match.
Turner, a senior with 95 career goals, added three assists and eclipsed the previous single-game mark of five goals shared by six players.
Camden Catholic kept its title hopes alive and spoiled Bishop Eustace's celebration plans, as Pete Galiano's three-run homer in the first inning put the Irish ahead to stay in a 6-3 road victory.
Nick Browne belted a two-run homer for Bishop Eustace, which could have clinched the Olympic Conference National Division championship outright with a win.
The Crusaders are ensured of sharing the crown with the winner of Monday's game between the Irish and host Paul VI.
Cape-Atlantic. Bill Bendig walked the first batter of the game and was perfect the rest of the way, as the sophomore righthander kept Cape May Tech hitless in St. Joseph's 10-0 home win.
Bendig (2 for 2, 3 RBIs) also joined Mike Earling (3 for 3, 2 RBIs) in leading the Wildcats offense.
Tri-County. Nick Freijomil had two RBIs for host Delsea, which clinched at least a share of the Royal Division title by getting four late runs to rally past Clearview, 5-3.
Mike Pollastrelli batted 3 for 3, drove in two runs, and scored three times to highlight Williamstown's 9-5 win at Kingsway.
Colonial. Christian Walsh launched a three-run homer to back winning pitcher Ryan McGoldrick, as Sterling crushed host Collingswood, 10-2.
Nonleague. Tom Hildebrand's walk-off single capped a two-run, seventh-inning rally that lifted host Washington Township over Highland, 10-9.
Gateway's Nick Rutter tripled to open the first inning for his 100th career hit, and the host Gators scored five times in the opening frame en route to a 7-6 victory over Glassboro.
Giovanni Gussen's two-run single in the sixth inning put Gloucester Catholic ahead to stay in a 5-3 win at Sacred Heart.