Riverside High School rallied for two runs in each of the last three innings and captured the Burlington County League Freedom Division baseball championship with a 7-4 victory at New Egypt on Tuesday.
The defending champion Rams (18-6) took the lead for good when John McFadden broke a 3-3 tie with a two-run, two-out single in the sixth inning. McFadden also homered in the game.
Sam Guckin doubled twice for Riverside, and reliever Kasey Getz notched the win.
• Cinnaminson 2, Pemberton 1: The No. 13-ranked Pirates clinched a share of the Patriot Division title with Holy Cross. Center fielder Nick Thevanayagam, who stole three bases, became the first Cinnaminson player in two years to register 100 career hits, reaching base on an infield single in the third inning.
• Palmyra 10, Medford Tech 2: Leadoff hitter David Lynch rapped three hits, and Matt Yanick and John Fosbenner drove in three runs each for the Panthers.
• Florence 3, Burlington City 2: The Flashes needed two runs in the bottom of the seventh to escape with a win. Jeff Korinko doubled twice, and Jimmy McCown, Josh Newton and Joel Ramirez drove in the Florence runs.
• Gloucester Catholic 6, Pitman 0: Rams coach Mike Rucci won his 100th game and Sean Breen doubled for his 100th career hit to highlight the win. Breen had two RBIs, and Anthony Harrold and Alex Krug added two hits each.
• Cumberland 7, Deptford 6: Jake Ogden came through with a two-run single in the bottom of the seventh for the Colts’ walk-off hit. Ogden was 3-for-4 with three RBIs.
• Clearview 9, Delsea 7: The Pioneers’ (15-8) sixth straight win was ended by Ryan Lauk’s walk-off, two-run homer in the seventh. Lauk also doubled and drove in four runs, and Kenny Mendoza knocked in two runs and scored twice.
• Audubon 9, Haddonfield 8: Down by 8-2 after five innings, the Green Wave edged No. 6 Haddonfield with help from a six-run sixth and Dillon Tassi’s two hits and two runs batted in.
• Eastern 9, Lenape 4: Third-ranked Eastern got a solo home run from Davis Schneider and posted back-to-back three-run innings in the fourth and fifth to beat the Indians. Collin Fabio was 3-for-4 with two RBIs, and Joe Caruso and Ryan Keen each had two hits and a run batted in.
• Bishop Eustace 11, Cherry Hill East 1: The Diamond Classic champion Crusaders stayed hot as Chris Jones singled, doubled and homered for four RBIs, and pitcher Kurt Elmer scattered four hits over six innings.
• Timber Creek 5, Washington Twp. 3: Tyriq Campbell went 3-for-4, and starter Anthony DiMartino combined with reliever Jason Reynolds to subdue the Minutemen.
• Holy Spirit 9, Atlantic Tech 0: Four pitchers combined for a five-hit shutout, and Joe Hartley drove in two runs for the Spartans.
• Cedar Creek 5, Bridgeton 4 (8 inns.): Winning pitcher Martin Ortiz raced home with the winning run in the eighth on Zach Newman’s third hit of the game, a single through the left side of the infield.
• Millville 9, Egg Harbor Twp. 7: Andrew Richter and Buddy Kennedy accounted for three RBIs apiece for the Thunderbolts, who came back from a 7-3 deficit.
Shawnee 6, Haddon Twp. 5: The Renegades plated four runs in the seventh inning to make a winner of pitcher Jake Guertin.