Austin Counsellor gave up two runs on three hits over seven innings to earn the win Tuesday. He struck out five and walked none.
Ware will have a chance to break the record when Woodstown hosts Glassboro on Wednesday.
Tri-County Classic. Matt Bolle had a double and knocked in two runs in Wildwood's 10-4 win against visiting Clayton. Bolle also struck out five in two innings to earn the save.
Colonial. Kevin Terifay held Paulsboro scoreless for 61/3 innings, helping Audubon earn a 4-0 road win.
Matt Charlton and Troy Kondola each homered in Haddon Township's 12-4 win at Woodbury.
Cape-Atlantic American. Joe Gatto and Anthony Meduri combined to throw a no-hitter in St. Augustine's 3-1 home win against Atlantic City. The two pitchers struck out 12, and Meduri earned the win in relief.
Brandon Alfonso doubled and knocked in four runs in Hammonton's 6-3 win against visiting Oakcrest.
Nonleague. Justin Hagenman gave up one hit over five shutout innings in Bishop Eustace's 10-0 win over visiting Episcopal Academy.
GCIT's Matt Stanix doubled and picked up the save in a 7-6 win at Delsea.
Tyler Pagaduan, Tom Flacco, and Collin Fabio each had two hits in Eastern's 5-1 home win against Cherry Hill West. Flacco knocked in two runs, and Pagaduan scored twice.
John Murphy fanned eight in six scoreless innings for Gloucester Catholic, which held on for a 7-5 win against visiting Cumberland. Murphy gave up only one hit and walked two.
Chris Li drove in two runs with a double in the fourth inning to open the scoring, and Moorestown went on to win at Pemberton, 6-2.
Colin Stringham blasted two home runs and knocked in six runs in Holy Cross' 12-2 win at Pennsauken.
Austin Chaszar had three doubles in Rancocas Valley's 5-4 win over visiting Bordentown.
Sean Heslin had an RBI double in the first inning, and it was all Shawnee needed. Behind pitcher Scott Leventon, the Renegades held on for a 1-0 win at Seneca.
Chris Haruch gave up two hits over five shutout innings to earn the victory for host Washington Township, which beat Timber Creek, 5-1.