Jordan Glover scored twice on RBI singles by Nick Follett, and Ryan Kelley ripped a run-scoring triple for the Chiefs.
In another South Jersey Group 4 quarterfinal, Jordan Rizzo's two-out single in the ninth inning scored Kyle Grim, giving No. 9 seed Williamstown a 6-5 upset at top-seeded Washington Township.
Reliever Mike Mosley wriggled out of a two-on, one-out jam in the bottom of the ninth to complete his four-inning stint and earn the win.
South Jersey Group 2. Zach Funk's two-run triple tied it in the fifth inning, and Kevin Smith's two-out single in the seventh won it for top-seeded GCIT, which survived a scare from No. 9 seed Delran, 3-2.
Winning pitcher C.J. Hertz tied the score with a two-out single in the sixth, and Donovan Casey raced home with the go-ahead run on a wild pitch, giving third-seeded Sterling a 3-2, come-from-behind win over No. 6 seed Overbrook.
Anthony Lopez did not allow an earned run while scattering six hits over six innings, and contributed a double and a triple in guiding second-seeded Buena past No. 7 seed Cinnaminson, 3-1.
Jarred Corniell and Justin Geri each scored a run and accounted for the Chiefs' other four hits.
Matt Bhaya and Chris Dengler each drove in three runs and Jack Speake added two RBIs for fourth-seeded Haddonfield, which erupted for six runs in the sixth inning to put away No. 5 seed Barnegat, 12-2.
South Jersey Group 1. Kevin Griese capped a five-run, seventh-inning rally in dramatic fashion, drilling a 3-2, two-out pitch off the wall for a double that brought home the tying and winning runs, as fourth-seeded Haddon Township's offense awoke in time to take down No. 5 seed Gateway, 6-5.
Senior Andrew Schorr struck out the side in the seventh inning, setting a single-game high of 16 strikeouts and closing the books on second-seeded Audubon's 4-3 quarterfinal victory over No. 7 seed Pitman.
Trevor Tassi's two-run single enabled the Green Wave to seize a 4-1 lead in the first inning.
Sophomore shortstop Drew Burdsall batted 4 for 4, drove in one run and scored three times and freshman first baseman Peyton Sorrels went 3 for 3 with four RBIs to back the one-hit pitching of Conner Dilks, as third-seeded Pennsville wiped out No. 6 seed Wildwood, 10-0.
Karal Ankuda drove in two runs with a pair of singles as 16th-seeded Maple Shade continued its improbable run with a 4-1 win at No. 9 seed Glassboro.
South Jersey Group 3. Brandon Kincaid and winning pitcher Justin Smith combined for five hits and five RBIs as top-seeded Hammonton outscored No. 9 seed Oakcrest, 8-6.
Bryan Dobzanski struck out seven and did not walk a batter in pitching a one-hit shutout, carrying seventh-seeded Delsea to a 3-0 win at No. 2 seed Burlington Township.
South Jersey Non-Public A. Colan Miller pitched a four-hit shutout and Christian Bilan delivered a bases-loaded double in a four-run seventh inning, sending 15th-seeded Camden Catholic to a 6-0, opening-round upset at No. 2 seed Immaculata.
Freshman righthander John Murphy lost his shutout bid in the seventh inning, but limited 12th-seeded Holy Spirit to five hits in pitching No. 5 seed Gloucester Catholic to a 7-1, first-round win.
Elliott McCummings (3 for 3) and Pat Kane (1 for 3) combined for three RBIs for the Rams.
Joe Gatto's two-run triple and a run-scoring double by Mike Elfreth in the fourth inning put 11th-seeded St. Augustine ahead to stay, as Kevin Baxter scattered four hits and four walks to help the Hermits surprise No. 6 seed St. Rose-Belmar, 3-1.
Chris Burns doubled and drove in three runs and John Adryan went 3 for 4 with one RBI for fourth-seeded Holy Cross, which scored seven times after the fourth inning to turn back No. 13 seed St. John Vianney, 8-3.
South Jersey Non-Public B. Andrew Ordile batted 3 for 3 with three RBIs in eighth-seeded St. Joseph's 7-1, first-round win over No. 9 seed Roselle Catholic.
Central Jersey Group 1. Pedro Perez allowed two base runners - on a leadoff walk and a fourth-inning single - and rang up 14 strikeouts in pitching fourth-seeded Burlington City past No. 5 seed New Egypt, 3-0.
Starter Greg Perri and reliever Heath Fillmyer teamed on a two-hit shutout, and Ben Horner drove in two runs to make sixth-seeded Florence a 5-0 winner at No. 3 seed Highland Park.
Central Jersey Group 2. Despite a two-run homer by Gerald Conover, third-seeded Bordentown couldn't overcome an early deficit in dropping a 6-5 decision to No. 6 seed Rumson-Fair-Haven.
Taylor Duffy's marathon loss at first singles proved to be the pivotal match, as Haddonfield fell to Holmdel, 3-2, in the NJSIAA State Group 2 championship at Mercer County Park.
Duffy lost the opening set in a 9-7 tiebreak, rebounded to win by 6-2, and then went down again, 9-7, to Derek Liu.
Mike Alberto posted a 6-4, 6-2 win at third singles and the tandem of Sean Campbell and Matt Godlewski prevailed, 6-3 and 6-3, at second doubles for the Bulldogs.
Haddonfield had advanced to the finals by blanking Bernards, 5-0, in the semifinals.
Pitman fell to eventual champion New Providence in the Group 1 semifinals, 41/2-1/2. Moorestown suffered a similar fate, dropping a 31/2-11/2 semifinal to Millburn, which went on to take the Group 3 crown. And Shawnee bowed out in the Group 4 semifinals, 4-1, against Westfield.