In other Olympic National play, Winslow Township beat visiting Seneca, 2-0, behind Darnell Maisonet's five-hit shutout.
Jon Gonzalez slugged a solo home run for Winslow Township.
Olympic American. Matt Rykaczewski delivered a two-run double as a part of a four-run third inning to lift host Cherokee over Lenape, 5-3.
Colonial. Sean Sack gave up three runs over five innings to pick up a win and went 3 for 3 at the blate with a pair of RBIs to lead Haddon Heights past visiting Sterling.
Frank Delaney picked up two hits, including a double, for Haddon Heights in the win.
Tylor Bane gave up two runs on three hits in seven strong innings for host Collingswood, which beat Overbrook, 8-2.
John Cappelli went 2 for 3 with a pair of singles and a sacrifice fly for Collingswood.
Haddon Township's Nick Marino gave up two hits on the mound and delivered a pair of his own at the plate, both doubles which, knocking in four runs, in a 13-2 rout of visiting Lindenwold.
Tyler Easterday doubled and drove in three runs for Haddon Township.
Burlington County Patriot. Cinnaminson's Cole Pewor went 2 for 4 and knocked in three runs in a 10-0 victory at Pemberton.
Bordentown's Austin Papp tossed a four-hit shutout with six strikeouts to beat visiting Delran, 6-0.
Burlington County Independence. Tim McHale tripled and Medord Tech held on for a 15-14 win despite a seven-run seventh inning by Westampton Tech.
Nonleague. Tom Kleinhans threw a four-hit shutout and struck out six to help GCIT top host Gloucester, 3-0.
Ryan Shinn fanned 11, doubled, and homered for Northern Burlington in a 10-6 win against visiting Triton.
Eric Arenberg and Jim Versage doubled in Middle Township's 13-0 home win against Camden County Tech.
Jon Cosenza knocked in a run and scored another in a three-run fourth inning for Delsea, which proved to be enough for a 3-2 victory at Woodstown.
Wilbert Pichardo and Benny Reyes doubled to help host Camden Academy Charter beat Bridgeton, 10-6.
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