S. Jersey Boys: Audubon rallies to beat Overbrook, 5-4

Posted: May 15, 2014

Michael Tole's walk-off single capped a five-run rally Tuesday in Audubon's 5-4 Colonial Conference win over Overbrook.

In other Colonial play:

Michael McLaughlin tossed six perfect innings with 14 strikeouts in Haddonfield's 10-0 home win over Lindenwold. McLaughlin also went 3 for 4 with an RBI and a run.

Lucas Rollins belted a grand slam and tossed his seventh complete game of the season in Collingswood's 8-6 win at Gateway.

DJ Alexander laced a pair of doubles in Haddon Heights' 3-2 win over visiting Paulsboro.

Donovan Casey gave up two hits and fanned 11 in Sterling's 7-0 victory against visiting Woodbury.

Burlington County Freedom. Tanner Clifford took a no-hitter into the sixth inning and pitched Riverside to a 6-1 win at Burlington City. Clifford finished with one unearned run on two hits with 12 strikeouts in six innings.

Burlington County Patriot. Kyle Kafer struck out eight with no walks in a four-hitter, helping Bordentown earn a 2-0 win at Holy Cross.

Marc Ayala went 4 for 4 with two RBIs in Pemberton's 7-6, eight-inning win against visiting Delran.

Burlington County Liberty. Dallas Clark scored on a wild pitch before two batters before Devin Connelly singled home Justin Vargas for the winning run in the sixth inning in Moorestown's 2-1 home win over Northern Burlington.

Tri-County Classic. Jared Cornman gave up two hits and struck out six in Pennsville's 3-0 victory at Wildwood.

Cape-Atlantic American. Mike Vasturia tossed his fourth straight complete game in host St. Augustine's 1-0 win against Mainland. Vasturia gave up three hits and struck out eight.

Austin Fottrell didn't give up an earned run in Egg Harbor Township's 3-1 home win over Oakcrest.

Cape-Atlantic National. Erik Arenberg struck out six and tossed a complete game in Middle Township's 4-2 home win over Cape May Tech.

Penn-Jersey. Trent Eastman's home run iced Doane Academy's 20-8 win over visiting Mercy Vocational in a semifinal matchup, Doane's first baseball playoff win in school history.

Lacrosse

After Trey Anderson netted eight goals, including his 100th, Aaron Alnutt scored the game-winning goal with 1 minute, 36 seconds left in Winslow Township's 9-8 victory against visiting Ewing.

Olympic National. Pat Burns and Pat Richardson each had three goals and three assists in Gloucester Catholic's 15-4 home win over Woodstown.

Track and Field

Timber Creek won all three relays and four individual events at the Olympic Conference Championships at Washington Township.

The Chargers finished the 4x100 in 42.46 seconds, the 4x400 in 3 minutes, 21.34 seconds, and the 4x800 in 8:03.75.

Timber Creek's Jamaad Muse won the 400 (48.24), Dominick Munson took the 3,200 (9:49.43), Kevin Hagamin won the 110 hurdles (13.73), and Tyler Davis-Rozycki finished first in the pole vault (13 feet).

Eastern's Mikhail Michaeux won both the long jump (23 feet, 61/2 inches) and the triple jump (46 feet, 111/2 inches).


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