Cinnaminson High School used the long ball to avert an upset, edging host Moorestown 4-3 in a Burlington County League baseball game on Friday.
The Pirates, ranked No. 12 in the Courier-Post Top 15, trailed 3-0 heading into the fifth inning. Travis Pewor hit his first of two home runsto narrow the gap to 3-1. An inning later, Jimmy Cicale went yard to make the score 3-2.
Pewor slammed a two-run homer in the top of the seventh inning for the winning runs.
• Westampton Tech 18, Willingboro 8: Isaiah Lewis was 3-for-4 with a double, triple, and six RBIs for the host Panthers.
• Deptford 12, Woodstown 6: Nick Ferrett had two hits, scored two runs and knocked in three with a pair of doubles, while Shane Kelly went 3-for-4, crossed the plate four times and had two RBIs to power the visiting Spartans.
• Triton 11, Salem 0: The Mustangs rode the arm of Paul Farrell, who hurled a one-hitter in a five-inning game, striking out four. Darren Aupperle with three RBIs and Pat Ryder’s two RBIs and three hits, furnished the offense.
• Gloucester 10, Hammonton 4: Gavin Unitis went 2-for-3 with three runs scored and a pair of RBIs, while ,Marc Seibert and Steve Massaro combined for five RBIs for the host Lions.
• Williamstown 12, GCIT 1: The No. 15 Braves were led by Darryl Lindsey, who pitched a five-inning complete game, a one-hitter with five strikeouts. Denny Bentley went 3-for-3, Tyler Apt scored three runs and Paul Flagg, Steven Hawk and Tommy Gibson each drove in a pair of runs.
• Clearview 10, Pennsville 4: Kenny Mendoza allowed four hits and fanned seven in a five-inning stint for the Pioneers. Trip McCaffery went 3-for-4 and scored three runs, Tim Dezzi was 3-for-3 with a pair of RBIs, Ryan Lauk scored three runs and Eric Lauk had two hits and drove in two runs. Max Dineen had three RBIs for the host Blue Devils.
• Penns Grove 6, Glassboro 4: The Red Devils were sparked by Jake Rappa and Tyler Willis with two RBIs each.
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• Palmyra 8, New Egypt 3: David Lynch went 3-for-3 with two runs scored and two RBIs and Josh Fosbenner chipped in with three hits, driving in two runs as the Panthers gained a berth in the championship game.
• Collingswood 5, Bordentown 0: In the other semifinal game, Kevin Walters led the Panthers, knocking in two runs and winning pitcher Lucas Rollins went the distance, recording 12 strikeouts and allowing three hits.
• Paulsboro 8, Gateway 7: Joe Rizzo ripped his second double in the bottom of the seventh to drive in the winning run for the Red Raiders. Tyler Biernacki went the distance, striking out eight.
• Overbrook 9, Audubon 4: Winning pitcher Sean Morris tossed three scoreless innings in relief, helping his own cause with two hits, including a home run, while Joel Minch went 4-for-4 with two RBIs for the host Rams.
• Camden Catholic 9, Timber Creek 4: The Irish were paced by Dan Hartson who doubled, tripled and drove in four runs, and Jake Mackara who hurled a complete game, scattering five hits.
• Washington Township 8, Lenape 3: Rich Racobaldo threw a five-hit, complete game, with three strikeouts to lead the Minutemen. Mike Raggion clouted a pinch-hit, two-run home run in the bottom of the of sixth inning and Tim Seagraves added three RBIs for Washington Township.
• Wildwood Catholic 20, Bridgeton 2: Joe Babore, Anthony Zampirri, Joe Alosi combined for five hits, including three for extra bases and nine RBIs for Crusaders.
• Egg Harbor Township 6, Atlantic City 5: The Eagles nipped the Vikings as Kyle Transue went 2-for-4 with a RBI, Andrew Holmes scored two runs, and winning pitcher Tyler Fischer scattered six hits and struck out eight in a seven-inning performance.
• Absegami 5, St. Augustine 0: Nick Hilleshelm threw a complete-game shutout as the Braves upset the No. 5 Hermits. Drew Roesch went 3-for-3, including a two-run single in the sixth inning, while Matt Branco knocked in a pair of runs with a double in the fifth inning.
• Buena 5, St. Joseph 0: The No. 6 Chiefs posted the shutout as Denny Brady pitched five innings with seven strikeouts and Marco Rios finished up with three strikeouts in two innings. George DiBiase led the offense with three hits.
• Cedar Creek 9, Middle Township 3: Zach Newman drove in three runs and Justin McFadden collected three hits and scored four runs for the visiting Pirates.
• Cherry Hill West 6, Oakcrest 5: Mark Hutchinson picked up the win in relief, pitching the final two innings as the visiting No. 10 Lions averted an upset. Jake Campbell drove in three runs and Joseph Santaguiga had two RBIs.
• LEAP Academy 18, Life Center 3: Ediberto Santos struck out nine and allowed two hits while Leonardo Fernendez and Raymundo Rico each drove in a run.