Colin Roualet's timely hat trick enabled host Cherry Hill East to defeat Cherokee for the first time in program history, 6-5, on Wednesday in Olympic Conference boys' lacrosse.

Roualet scored the final three goals of the match, with the game-winner coming with just over five minutes remaining in the match.

Goalie Brent Roseman made 15 saves for the Cougars (3-4), who had lost each of their previous 12 meetings with Cherokee - dating back to 2005.

Nonleague. Dylan Wills scored four times, boosting his career total to 96 goals, and dealt a pair of assists to guide host New Egypt past Ewing, 17-5.

Joe Puza added two goals and scooped up a game-high 20 ground balls for the Warriors.


Cinnaminson caught lightning in a bottle with two outs in the bottom of the eighth inning, as junior catcher Jon McGugan delivered a two-run, bases-loaded single to lift the Pirates over Burlington Township, 5-4, in the Burlington County League.

The Bucs trailed by one and had nobody on base when sophomore designated hitter Cole Pewor drew a walk to ignite the rally.

Burlington Township had tied the game with a run in the seventh and then briefly took the lead in the eighth.

Delaney Classic. Tournament MVP Dan Reed tossed a two-hitter, and Jordan D'Orazio produced two hits, two runs and four RBIs in leading host Clayton past Woodbury, 11-4, in the championship game.

Olympic. Gabe Santone belted a go-ahead three-run home run in the bottom of the sixth, as Seneca's bats got going late to defeat visiting Eastern, 5-4.

Colonial. Sterling manufactured a four-run, seventh-inning rally on two hits, a walk, two batters hit by pitches and a pair of errors, as the host Silver Knights shocked West Deptford, 4-3.

Cape-Atlantic. Gabe Casillas scored the winning run on a bases-loaded walk in the bottom of the eighth, as Sacred Heart outlasted Holy Spirit, 18-17. Tovine Potts drove in three runs with two hits, and pitched the final three innings to earn the victory.

Tri-County. Ron Reagen doubled twice and drove in four runs to highlight Highland's 5-4 home win over Williamstown.

Nonleague. Haddon Heights had to work to remain unbeaten, pushing across six runs in the top of the seventh to outlast host Camden Catholic, 21-18.

Fourteen of the game's 41 hits went for extra bases. Tyler Failoa batted 6 for 6, including two of Camden Catholic's four home runs.


Kathleen DiMaggio's two-out, bases-loaded single in the bottom of the seventh brought home Macie McGeehan, as host Bishop Eustace battled past Overbrook, 5-4, in a nonleague thriller.

Junior first baseman Kelsey Dominik lofted a two-run home run to right-center field in the sixth, capping host Kingsway's 6-3 comeback win over Shawnee.

Sophomore Shayla Sweeney struck out eight and walked two in pitching her second no-hitter of the season, and Chelsea Thomas scored the game's lone run on a throwing error in the bottom of the eighth to allow host Haddon Heights to nip Buena, 1-0.

Tri-County. Senior centerfielder Amanda Martinez led off the game with a triple and went on to bat 3 for 4 with two runs scored, one RBI and a stolen base to spark Williamstown's 6-2 win over visiting Gloucester Catholic.

Boys' Tennis

Freshman Shane Monroe validated his position as St. Augustine's No. 1 singles player by knocking off his brother and Hermits teammate, junior Matt Monroe, 6-1, 7-5, to win the Cape-Atlantic League singles championship at Vineland.

Girls' Lacrosse

Dana Pennock came through with seven goals and two assists while Sam Washington stopped 14 shots, allowing host Northern Burlington to defeat Maple Shade, 13-10, in a Burlington County League match.

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