St. Joseph 8, Wildwood Catholic 5 – Steve Brady doubled twice and drove in three runs as the Wildcats topped the Crusaders.
Joe Marino added two singles and two RBIs for St. Joseph, who scored a run in the bottom of the fourth to take a 6-5 lead. The Wildcats tacked on two more runs in the sixth.
Buena 12, St. Joseph 6 – Hakim Salaam hit two doubles in the Wildcats’ loss.
St. Joseph 12, Bridgeton 0 – Diego Martinez had two hits, including a double, drove in a run and scored two in the Wildcats’ triumph over the Bulldogs.
Ryan Stansbury singled, walked and knocked in two runs in the victory. Stansbury also pitched four scoreless innings to pick up the win.
Coming up – The Wildcats are at Wildwood Catholic on May 4. After a brief break, they’ll be at home against Lower Cape May on May 9 and at ACIT on May 10.
Wildwood Catholic 2, St. Joseph 1 (8 inn.) – Gianna Morganti hit a solo home run in the sixth inning to tie the game for the Wildcats, however, the Crusaders won it with a run in the eighth.
Kyra Berrios, Sara Raubertas and Taylor Sirolli all registered a hit in the loss. Sirolli was the hard-luck losing pitcher, allowing two runs on five hits in a complete-game effort.
St. Joseph 20, Bridgeton 1 – Sirolli drove in six runs on four hits, including a home run and a double, in the victory. Raubertas added three hits, including a triple, and knocked in two runs, and Cara Owsley and Laurent Rutt both had two hits.
Coming up – St. Joseph is at Audubon on May 4 and home on May 6 against Wildwood Catholic. The Wildcats are at Lower Cape May on May 9 and home on May 10 at ACIT.
Wildwood Catholic 169, St. Joseph 186 – Dillon Kramer shot a team-best 42 for the Wildcats. Brad Lomax and Dom Grassi both carded a 47.
Lower Cape May 168, St. Joseph 202 – Lomax shot a 48 in the loss.
Coming up – St. Joseph is at Bridgeton on May 4 and at Wildwood Catholic on May 6. The Wildcats are home against Cedar Creek on May 9.
– Giuseppe Ungaro