Northern Burlington High School’s Ryan Shinn earned his fourth pitching victory of the baseball season by stopping a Moorestown comeback bid in the bottom of the seventh inning and securing the Greyhounds’ 3-2 Burlington County League victory on Thursday.
The Greyhounds (12-1), ranked No. 2 in the Courier-Post’s Top 15 and winners of 11 straight games, escaped by scoring single runs in the fourth, fifth and sixth innings. Adam Rapp and Zach Wright provided two hits apiece, and Shinn, who was 5-1 as a junior last year, scattered six hits, giving up a run in the seventh.
Moorestown (6-6), which lost to Northern by 10-0 earlier in the season, got two hits each from Brian Gerber and Kevin Ho.
• Holy Cross 11, Pemberton 0: Steven Bowley threw a five-inning no-hitter at the Hornets with eight strikeouts. Brandon Simmons drove in three runs and Ryan Valentine added two RBIs.
• Bordentown 2, Cinnaminson 1: Each team had three hits, but the Scotties, which got nine strikeouts from Kyle Cope, pushed across a game-winning run in the bottom of the seventh.
• Burlington Twp. 14, Pennsauken 8: Isaiah Hall doubled twice and the Falcons pulled away from a 9-6 lead with a five-run sixth inning.
• Florence 5, Maple Shade 3: Joel Ramirez singled and doubled to knock in a run, and Adam Brickner and winning pitcher Matt Million (10 strikeouts) each had a hit and a run batted in for the Flashes.
• Palmyra 15, Westampton Tech 5: Matt Yanick and Zack Strom combined for three hits, three runs and seven RBI for the Panthers.
• Haddonfield 2, Gateway 0: The sixth-ranked Bulldawgs’ perfect record improved to 15-0 with their third shutout of the season, a four-hitter on 86 pitches by Drew Dark. John Tedeschi and Dark scored the runs.
• Sterling 11, Lindenwold 1: The Silver Knights’ Brandon Jenkins won his first game of the season in three decisions with a five-inning no-hitter, getting strikeouts for 13 of 15 outs, walking three batters and hitting two.
• Woodbury 10, Collingswood 0: David Atkinson tripled, scored twice and knocked in three runs in the Herd’s seven-hit attack. Pitcher Brandon Buckley scattered four hits over five innings.
• Lenape 6, Bishop Eustace 3: The No. 14 Indians got past fifth-ranked Eustace with help from Ryan Bensel’s two RBIs and Connor Milley’s two runs scored. Lenape pitcher Andrew Stagliano (9 strikeouts) outdueled Eustace’s Penn State-bound Justin Hagenman.
• Cherokee 13, Washington Twp. 5: The Chiefs overcame an early 5-3 deficit with four runs in the fourth inning and six runs in the sixth, sparked by Brett Bowles’ three hits and three runs batted in, and Nick Schnell’s three innings of scoreless relief.
• Triton 5, GCIT 2: Darren Aupperle went 3-for-3 at the plate with a double, and Brandon Hill drove in a pair of runs in support of Pat Ryder’s 11-strikeout pitching.