2. Cherokee (2) 23-6
The Chiefs got major production all season from senior centerfielder Jordan Glover, who batted .477 with five homers, 31 RBIs and 17 stolen bases.
3. St. Augustine Prep (3) 19-10
The Hermits' hottest hitter, sophomore Joe Gatto, missed the end of the season with a knee injury.
4. Washington Township (4) 24-3
The Minutemen were 23-1 in non-tournament games, and the only loss was to Cherokee in an Olympic American clash in Cooperstown, N.Y.
5. Bishop Eustace (5) 19-7
The Crusaders finished the season on a 12-2 run, going 6-1 in Joe Hartmann Diamond Classic and Non-Public South A games.
6. Audubon (9) 24-6
The Green Wave finished the season on an 8-1 run and captured the program's eighth state title, and seventh since 1994, with a 6-1 victory over Pompton Lakes in the Group 1 championship game on Saturday.
7. Buena (7) 25-8
The Chiefs' only losses after May 12 were to Non-Public A state champion Gloucester Catholic (twice) and Group 2 state champion Mahwah in Saturday's title game.
8. Hammonton (6) 20-7
Sophomore righthander Justin Smith was the pitcher of record in all five tournament games, going 4-1 and taking the loss in a 2-1, 13-inning setback to Freehold Boro in the Group 3 state semifinals.
9. Holy Cross (7) 23-5
The Lancers got great work all season from senior third baseman John Adryan, who batted .506 and generated 23 extra-base hits (eight home runs, four triples, 11 doubles).
10. Lenape (10) 16-10
The Indians' late-season surge included victories over Millville, Eastern, Pennsauken, and Williamstown after May 21.
- Phil Anastasia