League Baseball Results, 2003
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  Frankford 3, Northeast 1:
Wearing a special batting helmet to protect his nose, broken in the semifinals when he fouled a ball off his face, Matt Colon had a double and scored a run in a two-run third (Adam Hartman followed with an RBI double) and made a running catch in left-center to start a key doubleplay in the fourth. Colon was the catcher all season; he switched positions with Hartman, normally an outfielder. Cory Shaeffer's triple added an insurance run in the sixth. Joe Farina pitched a four-hitter with six strikeouts. Bryan Adamson stroked three of those hits, including a double, and had an RBI. Frankford finished 17-0 against PL opposition (one league game canceled) and 19-0 overall.

  O'Hara 5, La Salle 4:
As they'd done in the semis, scoring four to edge Conwell-Egan, 10-9, the Lions won it in the bottom of the seventh. They only needed two runs this time. Mike Antonini's squeeze bunt brought in the tying run and pinch-hitter Paul Titchenell, with two away and a 1-2 count, slammed a single to right for the win. The hit scored Joe DiMenna, who was dashing down the line in an attempt to steal home. Brian Placido went 2-for-2 with a walk and two RBI and Mike Greeley smacked a solo homer. Josh Rickards (5.1 innings) and Brian Campbell did the pitching. After spinning a no-hitter in the semis, a 9-1 win over Carroll, La Salle's Dan Waters went five innings on two days of rest. He allowed six hits. O'Hara was coached by John Fleming, Antonini's stepfather, as Frank Allison continued to nurse injuries suffered in an off-season fall.

MAY 31
   La Salle 9, Carroll 1:
Senior lefty Dan Waters pitched a no-hitter with 10 strikeouts and faced just 22 batters, one over the minimum, as the Explorers rolled. Leading off the second inning, Matt Smith reached second for Carroll when Waters bobbled his comebacker and then, with no play, threw the ball past first for a double error. He later scored on Chris Cashman's sacrifice fly. Kevin McLoughlin and Andrew Carnevale had two-run singles and Carnevale, the shortstop, made a spectacular play on a groundball up the middle (he was two steps beyond the bag) to end the fifth and preserve the no-hitter.
  O'Hara 10, Conwell-Egan 9: Dan Thiel, the fourth player to occupy the second spot in the order, lofted an RBI single to right to cap a four-run home seventh and end the game. Paul Titchenell (walk) and Mike Antonini (two-run single) also had RBI in the uprising. Steve Cook went 4-for-4 with two doubles, one RBI and an intentional walk. Brian Campbell won in relief and went 2-for-4 with two RBI. For C-E, Matt Brazil and Mike Kane (four RBI) had three-run doubles.

MAY 29
   Conwell-Egan 5, Judge 4 (10 inn.):
Todd Puzycki's groundball single down the leftfield line scored an unearned run with two out in the home 10th to make a winner of reliever Mike Kane (three perfect innings). Nick Natriello (double) and Tim Carroll (sacrifice fly) drove in runs in the seventh to erase a 4-2 deficit. Judge catcher Dale Curry had an RBI triple among two hits and threw out two baserunners.
   Carroll 3, Roman 1:
Frank Gailey fanned 11 in a three-hitter while Matt Smith and Colin McHale had RBI doubles in a three-run third. Roman's Chris Corkery homered.
   Frankford 6, Central 2:
Joe Farina allowed four hits while fanning nine and had an RBI single. Frosh DH Ramon Reyes had a two-run double. Erick Navas got Central on the board with a two-run single with two out in the seventh. 
   Northeast 11, Washington 5:
Andrew Lihotz went 2-for-3 with a double, triple, sacrifice fly and three RBI and pitched 3.1 innings in relief for the win. Jeff Barow went 3-for-5 with a double and one RBI. The games were played simultaneously, with this one at Piccoli Playground. For Washington, Dennis Massott and Adam Eisman had two hits, one RBI.

MAY 27
   Roman 4, Bonner 1:
Matt Daley fired a three-hitter and received all the support he needed in a four-run first. Mike McFarlane led off with a homer and Chris Corkery added a two-run shot. After the early barrage, Bonner's Jay Kluka retired 17 of 19 batters.
   Judge 7, North Catholic 1: Kevin McDevitt, son of North assistant Brian McDevitt, stroked a two-run single to break a 1-1 tie in the fifth. Joe Cione pitched a four-hitter and Dale Curry smacked a two-run homer. Five North starters were held out at the beginning for violating a team rule; they eventually played.   
   Frankford 9, Edison 4: Carlos Rivera (eight, five innings) and Joe Farina combined to strike out 13 and Farina went 3-for-4 with a double and three RBI. Matt Colon added two hits and an RBI. Edison’s Braulio Marquez went 2-for-3 with an RBI.
   Northeast 9, GAMP 3: Bryan Adamson went 3-for-3 with a double, homer and two RBI to support Craig Solomon (four innings). Andrew Lihotz pitched three hitless innings, extending his playoff streak to eight. Dennis Heebner and Jay Banks added two RBI apiece.
  Central 7, Lincoln 3: Brandon Watson went 3-for-4 with a double and two RBI and pitched one-hit ball over the final 2.2 innings to save Craig Baumbach’s win. Ryan Abrams also had two RBI.
  Washington 7, Olney 2: Harry Parfitt's two-RBI effort included a two-run homer and he pitched one-hit ball over the final two innings in relief of winner Dennis Massott. Adam Eisman had a two-run single in a five-run first.

MAY 22
  Northeast 10, Kensington 0: Andrew Lihotz pitched a five-inning no-hitter with seven strikeouts. Bryan Adamson had a solo homer and two-run single. Jeff Barow had two RBI singles and Jay Banks added two doubles for one RBI.
  GAMP 5, Mastbaum 1: Mario Malatino fanned 12 and walked three in a no-hitter and homered in the first inning. Dave Scirrotto (3-for-3) and Gabe Natale (2-for-3) added one RBI apiece.
  Olney 6, Bartram 1: Edwin DeLeon pitched a two-hitter with nine strikeouts while adding two hits, two RBI. Kelington Tejada went 3-for-4.
  Lincoln 12, Saul 2: Shane O'Connor went 2-for-4 with two RBI to help make a winner of Devin Wirt (six-inning four-hitter). Rob Cowie contributed two hits, two RBI.
  Washington 10, Prep Charter 0: Harry Parfitt fanned seven in a five-inning three-hitter and Ada Eisman went 2-for-3 with a double and four RBI. He had a two-run single in a five-run first and two-run double in a four-run second.
  Frankford 17, Dobbins 0: Joe Farina pitched a five-inning perfect game, his second of the season, with 13 strikeouts and had two triples en route to five RBI. The other two outs were grounders. Carlos Rivera (three RBI) had a two-run homer.
  Central 11, Franklin LC 1: Craig Gould allowed three hits and fanned eight. Support came from Craig Baumbach (4-for-4, double, four RBI) and Brandon Watson (4-for-4, triple, three RBI).
  Edison 12, Roxborough 11: The Owls rallied from an 11-3 deficit to make Danny Camacho a winner. Braulio Marquez had a two-run homer. Carlos Maldonado went 3-for-4 with two RBI.
  Conwell-Egan 6, Ryan 1:
Chris David fanned eight in a six-hitter and had an RBI triple as the Eagles earned second place in the North. Tim Carroll had a three-run homer. Ryan's Fran Schick had a no-hitter before C-E exploded for five in the fifth.
O'Hara 7, North Cath. 3: Kevin Ahern went 3-for-3 with a triple and two RBI to make Josh Rickards a winner. Joe DiMenna had a two-run triple. North's Danny Paluch homered.
  Judge 10, Dougherty 2: Jim Glowienka threw a three-hittter and Dale Curry went 4-for-5 with a double, triple and six RBI.
  McDevitt 5, Carroll 3: Bob Mitros allowed four hits and Brian Fisher smacked a three-run double.

MAY 21
  Wood 14, McDevitt 0: Chris Kirk struck out 14 and threw a one-hitter, allowing only an infield single in facing 23 batters. Kirk also had three hits, and catcher Travis Roth added three hits, three runs and two RBI.
  Carroll 33, West Cath. 0: No details.
  Penn Charter 14, Malvern 2: Matt Ryan (five RBI) had two doubles among three hits. Taylor Baum added four RBI.

MAY 20
  Roman 12, Kennedy-Kenrick 4: Matt Daley pitched a seven-hitter and received home run support from Anthony Capella (3-for-4, four RBI) and Chris Corkery.
  Bonner 7, Neumann 2 (8 inn.): In a showdown for the fourth playoff spot in the South. Jay Kluka allowed six hits and Bonner collected six hits in a five-run eighth. Mike Shalon had a two-run single and J.J. Jordan had two hits in the frame. Shalon had a two-run double in the second; it was Bonner's only hit through seven innings.
  Dougherty 6, Conwell-Egan 3: Dan Metague pitched a six-hitter with seven strikeouts and Mike Wood went 4-for-4 with two doubles, a triple and two RBI.
  O'Hara 8, SJ Prep 4: Mike Antonini fanned eight in six innings as the Lions clinched first in the South. Brian Campbell added a double and two RBI while Nick Longmore scored twice. Prep's Jim Fee went 3-for-4.
  La Salle 6, North 4: Dan Waters struck out eight to outduel Shaun Gallagher and clinch first in the North for the Explorers. Andrew Carnevale's RBI triple made it 4-4 in the fifth and Kevin McLoughlin's RBI single made it 5-4.
  Ryan 13, McDevitt 4: Mike Maule went 3-for-4 with a triple and three RBI to make Tom Dolan a winner. Greg Michalowski and Joe Kline added two RBI apiece. McDevitt's Anthony Kunz doubled and tripled.
  Wood 4, Judge 2: Bryan Parsons got the win. Andrew Sierocki doubled.

MAY 19
   Edison 4, Olney 3:
Oscar Colon's single scored German Sanchez in the home seventh after Carlos Rosado's two-run single had created a 3-3 tie in the top half.
  Neumann 4, West 1 (8 inn.): Jon Brady pitched a three-hitter with seven strikeouts and Joe Camperchioli's RBI single capped a three-run visiting eighth. Tom Daly doubled and tripled.
  La Salle 13, SJ Prep 6: Dave Achey went 5 1/3 innings for the win. Kevin McLoughlin (four RBI), Pat Riley and Tony Liberatore (three apiece) all went 3-for-4. Prep's Rob McDonnell doubled and tripled.
  McDevitt 6, North 5 (8 inn.): Brian Mitros delivered an RBI single in the visiting eighth to make a winner of his brother, Bob. Brian stole fve bases and scored twice. Tim Myers had two RBI. Mike Berretta went the distance for North.
  Judge 4, Roman 3: Joe Cione spun a five-hitter. Consecutive doubles by Eric Blade (two-run), Steve Sellers and Kevin McDevitt fueled a four-run third. Dale Curry added three hits, including a double.
  Conwell-Egan 7, Bonner 6: Matt Fischer went 3-for-4 with three RBI.
  Kennedy-Kenrick 11, Dougherty 6:
Dan Connor went 3-for-4 with three RBI while Victor Evangelist went 3-for-4.
  Malvern 10, Chestnut Hill 0: Will Romanowicz fanned nine in a four-hitter.
  Gtn. Academy 3, Haver. School 0: Sean Grieve whiffed 14 in a three-hitter as the champion Patriots finished 9-1 in league play. Tyler Stampone and Matt Bruderek had RBI.
  Episcopal 10, Penn Charter 5: Jason Brown went the distance to get the win for EA and had an RBI single, Brian FitzPatrick and Joe Rosati had RBI singles and Dan Williams collected a two-run double on a popup lost in the sun.

MAY 18
   Kennedy-Kenrick 10, Bonner 7: Jon Smolenski pitched a three-hitter. Marcus Ronca poled a three-run homer en route to four RBI and Josh Eidell added two RBI.
   La Salle 8, Wood 7: Tony Liberatore had a two-run homer and an RBI single to make it 8-0. Travis Roth hit a grand slam for Wood.
   Carroll/McDevitt: night game.

MAY 17
   Gtn. Academy 7, Chestnut Hill 0:
The Patriots (8-1) clinched their first title since '96 as Joe Matteo pitched a two-hitter and Matt Bruderek clubbed a three-run triple.
   Penn Charter 8, Haverford School 1:
Mickey Maley had two hits, two RBI. R.J. Hollinshead added two doubles for winner Sean Rust.

MAY 15
  Prep Charter 4, Dobbins 1: PC, a first-year PL member, earned second in Division C as Matt Brydges pitched a three-hitter with six strikeouts and Steve McCann stroked a two-run single in a three-run second. Cedric McNear had an RBI double for third-place Dobbins.
  Edison 10, Mastbaum 9: Braulio Marquez homered and scored the winning run in the visiting seventh on Matthew Padro's single. Danny Camacho got the win. Oscar Colon had three doubles.
  Northeast 14, Bartram 0: Craig Solomon earned the easy win.
  Washington 8, Lincoln 4: Eric Seidman saved Dennis Massott's win ad Marcus Kennedy went 2-for-4 with an RBI and two steals.
  Germantown 11, Overbrook 1: Haneef Hill pitched a five inning two-hitter with 10 strikeouts and slammed a three-run homer.
  Frankford 3, Central 2: Carlos Rivera fanned nine in a six-hitter. With two outs in the sixth, Cory Shaeffer was hit by a pitch, Howard Sherman doubled and Carlos Masip delivered an RBI single to break a 2-2 tie.
  Franklin 12, Penn 2: Darell Daniels allowed four hits.
  Gratz 11, Lamberton 7: Karl Howard went the distance and Akeem Sanders doubled twice. Losing pitcher Tim Bryant doubled and tripled.
  Kensington 14, King 2: Josh Williams fanned eight in six innings.
  Mansion 10, E&S 7: Matthew Johnson had three hits and five RBI.
  West def. Southern: forfeit.
  North Cath. 4, Judge 2: Working on two days rest, Shaun Gallagher fired a four-hitter with seven strikeouts. Chris Wenger (2-for-3, two RBI) and Brian Wehrman (2-for-3, triple, two runs scored) led the offense.
Roman 1, SJ Prep 0: Matt Daley pitched a three-hitter with 10 whiffs and Jim McKeaney (double) scored in the second on Joe Jelinski's fielder's choice.
  O'Hara 5, Carroll 4 (12 inn.): In the home 12th, Sean Barksdale singled, stole two bases and scored on a wild pitch to make reliever Mike Antonini (one inning) a winner. Kevin Ahern's two-run homer with two out in the seventh forced extra innings.
   Wood 10, Neumann 4: Travis Roth was 3-for-4 (two doubles) and Chris Kirk notched a complete game.
  Gtn. Academy 1, Episcopal 0: Peter Vernon allowed four hits and fanned five as the Patriots (7-1) clinched a tie for the title. In the fourth, Dan Overcash doubled and scored on Matt Brown's single.

MAY 14
  Gratz 5, Southern 4: Donald Curtis lashed a two-run double in the sixth to provide a 5-3 lead and make a winner of Johnny Torres (six-hitter, nine strikeouts).
  Frankford 21, Northeast 4: Matt Colon smacked three-run and solo homers to make Cory Shaeffer a winner. Andrew Lihotz homered for Northeast.
Lincoln 20, Bartram 10: Rick Bates got the win and went 3-for-6 with a double and three runs scored. Andrew Brown and Randall Eggleton each went 2-for-4 for Bartram.
  Olney 6, Mastbaum 3: Edwin DeLeon scattered seven hits and had a key double. Mastbaum's Johnny Marrero fanned nine.
  Overbrook def. Mansion: forfeit.
  Kensington def. West: forfeit.
  La Salle 6, McDevitt 0: Dan Waters mowed down 13 in a five-hitter and went 3-for-4 with two doubles. Kevin McLoughlin added two doubles, two RBI.
  SJ Prep 1, Kennedy-Kenrick 0: K-K's Josh Eidell pitched a one-hitter and it decided the game in the home seventh as Kevin Walker singled home Mark Noonan. Joe McElwee fanned just one in a five-hitter.
  North 10, Wood 4: Brian Wehrman got the win and Stan Orzechowski went 3-for-4 with a double. Chris Wenger added two hits, one RBI.
  Neumann 13, Carroll 8: Christian Lannutti (3-for-4, four RBI), winner Jon Brady and Joe Camperchioli homered for Neumann while Billy Canady went 3-for-5 with two doubles and three steals. Pete Novak and John Gardner homered for Carroll.
  Bonner 4, Roman 3: Jay Kluka spun a four-hitter with eight strikeouts and J.J. Jordan (solo homer) scored the decisive run in the visiting seventh on a walk. Roman's Anthony Capella had a two-run homer.
  Dougherty 5, Ryan 3: Dan Metague fanned eight while adding two hits and one RBI. Chris Jackson had two RBI.
  Judge 9, C-Egan 0: Steve Sellers pitched a two-hit shutout, and helped himself with a double, triple and two runs batted in.
  O'Hara 14, West Catholic 1: Kyle Reynolds allowed three hits and struck out six. Kevin Ahern (3 for 3, three RBI) and Joe DiMenna (2 for 4, three RBI) hit home runs.
  Penn Charter 8, Chestnut Hill 1: Matt Ryan got the win and went 2-for-2 with a double, triple and two RBI. Dave Skinner went 2-for-3 and scored twice.

MAY 13
  Saul 16, Furness 14: Mike Koszowski had two triples and three RBI, and Andy Godlewski added two triples and two runs scored.
  Edison 19, FLC 6: German Sanchez homered in a 17-hit attack.
  Southern 14, Lamberton 6: Mike Montana and Mark Lee each went 3 for 4 and combined for five RBI.
  Central 17, Roxborough 2: Mark Gillman’s three hits and three RBI, and John Bauhof’s three RBI supported pitcher Kevin Hausch.
  C-Egan 2, North Catholic 0: Chris David threw a five-hit shutout with five strikeouts. Nick Natriello was 3 for 3 with a double and stole three bases to reach 20 for the season.
  Judge 7, Ryan 2: Dan Higgins and Steve Sellers each posted two hits, two runs scored and a run batted in.
  Malvern 1, Germantown Ac. 0: Will Romanowicz pitched a no-hitter with nine strikeouts and one walk. Buck Schaaf’s sacrifice fly plated Paul Keldsen in the seventh.
  Episcopal 8, Haverford School 2: Dan Williams homered, and Joe Rosati contributed two singles, a triple, two runs and three RBI.

MAY 12
  Frankford 3, Northeast 2:
Carlos Rivera's second RBI came in the home seventh and plated Adam Hartman with the winning run. Joe Farina pitched a four-hitter with 11 strikeouts to outduel Andrew Lihotz.
  Mastbaum 5, Saul 4 (9 inn): Jose Colon struck out 14 batters but Mastbaum needed four walks to get the winning run in the ninth inning.
  Edison 12, Furness 2: German Sanchez poked a two-run single in the first and winning pitcher Luis Garcia tripled.
  Central 13, Roxborough 3: Mark Gillman homered, and Kurt Haverly and Erick Navas each had two hits and drove in two runs.
  GAMP 10, Washington 4: David Scirrotto knocked in five runs, including a three-run homer. Kyle Torreiro added three RBI.
  Lamberton 5, Franklin 4 (8 inn.): Tim Bryant struck out 14 and got the win when Dennis Gainer’s infield single scored Brandon Lovell.
  Germantown 16, King 10: Akil Stokes went 3 for 5 with a homer and three RBI, and Corey Pace struck out 11 in four innings. League officials decided that G-town's six forfeits will stand; they came when the team was without a coach to start PL play. 
  E&S 8, Penn 1: Kevin Nuble and Maurice Hinson had doubles.
  Dobbins 15, Overbrook 10: Cedric McNear and Tyrone Barringer each had a single and a double, and Keon Richardson was 3 for 3 with three runs scored.
  Lincoln 11, Bartram 1: Michael Hearn drove in three runs, and winning pitcher Shane O’Connor had a single, double and scored twice.
  Bok 17, FLC 16: Davyon Brooks drove in seven runs with two singles and a double, and Joe DeSalis homered. Anthony Bove homered for FLC.
  Kensington 14, Gratz 4: Francis Colon went 3 for 3 with three runs scored and also pitched five innings with eight strikeouts.
  Prep Charter 18, West Phila. 0: William McGovern got 14 of 15 outs by strikeout, and Matt Brydges and Kevin O’Donnell (grand slam) hit home runs.
  Olney 15, Fels 5: Kelington Tejada homered, pitcher Edwin DeLeon had two doubles, and Carlos Rosado added a double and a triple.
  La Salle 6, C-Egan 4: Winning pitcher Dave Achey matched Nick Brechbill with two hits and one RBI each.
  McDevitt 8, Judge 7 (8 inn.): Sean Cahill’s two-out single scored Steve Norris with the winning run in the bottom of the eighth. Robert Dougherty had a three-run homer and five RBI. McDevitt rallied from a 7-0 deficit.
  Ryan 7, Wood 4: Tom Dolan hit a three-run homer and also pitched six innings for the win.
  North Catholic 8, Dougherty 2: Tim Wallace drove in three runs, Mike Berretta scored twice and Shaun Gallagher pitched five shutout innings.
  O’Hara 7, Bonner 4: Steve Cook, Brian Placido and Nick Longmore each had two hits.
  Carroll 7, K-Kenrick 5: Carroll notched its school-record 11th straight league win behind Frank Gailey’s 10 strikeouts. KK’s Jon Smolenski had two doubles and a triple.
  Roman 8, West Catholic 0: Sal Zampitella pitched a one-hitter with nine strikeouts and one walk.
  SJ Prep 6, Neumann 2: John Griffin doubled in three runs in the second inning and Bob Muth doubled in two runs in the third.

MAY 10
  Ryan 22, West Catholic 0

  King 14, West Phila. 3

  Franklin 11, Overbrook 1: Luis Santiago had two singles, a double and four RBI in support of Dorell Daniels’ 10-strikeout pitching.
  Bok 6, Fels 1: Cedric Green gave up two hits and fanned eight, and Justin Stewart had two hits and two RBI.
  King 10, Gratz 9 (8 inn): In the bottom of the eighth, DeShan Lupton walked, stole second, advanced on a fielder’s choice and scored the winning run on Larry Allen’s single up the middle. Gratz' Akeem Sanders hit a three-run homer.
  Central 8, GAMP 5 (9 inn.): Central scored three in the ninth to win. Craig Baumbach hit a two-run homer in the sixth.
  Prep Charter 13, E&S 3
  Malvern 14, Haverford School 3: Mike Lorentson struck out 10 and scattered five hits.

  E&S 19, Southern 12: Kevin Nuble hit a home run, and Kevin Knight went 4 for 5 with a pair of doubles.
  Kensington 10, Overbrook 1: Ed McCleery knocked in four runs, Antonio Rodriguez poked three hits and Josh Williams struck out 11 batters.
  FLC 16, Bok 6: Roger Catlett homered and Victor Meronyck lined two doubles among FLC’s 10 hits.
  Saul 14, Fels 10: Mike Koszowski was 4 for 5 with a double and three-run homer.
  Wood 6, McDevitt 3: Andrew Sierocki’s three-run double in the fourth inning was the game-winning hit.

  North Catholic 9, Judge 2: Shaun Gallagher struck out 10 and also hit a two-run homer. Chris Wenger was 3 for 3 and Stan Orzechowski homered.
  La Salle 7, Dougherty 1: Jim Harkins doubled and tripled for three RBI, and Doug Interrante singled and doubled for two RBI.
  K-Kenrick 14, West Catholic 0: In the first game of a doubleheader, Chris Lubanski was 5 for 5, hitting for the cycle, including a three-run homer. Josh Eidell threw a one-hitter.
  K-Kenrick 23, West Catholic 2: Lubanski had two triples and a homer, went 5 for 6, including three hits in a 15-run fourth inning, and finished the doubleheader 10 for 11 with 12 RBI.
  Carroll 8, Roman 0: Carroll took sole possession of first place with its 10th straight division win. Dave Puliti and winning pitcher Brandon Gribbin (3 for 4) homered.
  Bonner 12, SJ Prep 1: Frank Nunan was 4 for 4 with two RBI and three runs scored in support of pitcher Jay Kluka.
  Germantown Ac. 4, Penn Charter 2: Pete Vernon threw four innings to get the win, but Sean Grieve faced 10 batters and fanned nine. GA’s Matt Bruderek and PC’s Zack Zeglinski had two hits each.


  Lamberton 11, E&S 1: Sean Hearn had three RBI, including a two-run single in support of pitcher Tim Bryant, who fanned seven in four innings.
  Prep Charter 21, U. City 12

  O'Hara 12, Neumann 3: Steve Cook, Kevin Ahern and Joe DiMenna (single, double, triple) drove in three runs each, and Josh Rickards struck out 10 batters.

  Episcopal 2, Malvern 1: A sacrifice fly by winning pitcher Jason Brown and a fielder's choice by Dan Williams plated two runs in the third inning.
  Haverford School 8, Chestnut Hill 7: Bryan Savage singled, doubled, scored twice, drove in three runs and helped HS build an 8-1 lead. Tom Close pitched a complete game.

  Germantown 10, Gratz 1: Haneef Hill fanned 14 in a six-inning four-hitter. Christen Johnson had a two-run double.
  Northeast 8, Lincoln 3: Craig Solomon pitched a five-hitter with nine strikeouts while Chris Steinke had a homer and five RBI.
  Frankford 12, Washington 3: Carlos Rivera allowed three hits and went 3-for-5 with a double, triple and three RBI. Joe Farina went 4-for-4 with a walk and three RBI.
  Kensington 11, Franklin 1: Francis Colon threw a five-inning one-hitter with 10 whiffs. Ricardo Feliciano had a two-run homer.
  Fels 13, Franklin LC 4: Ulysses Garcia got the win.
  Central 6, Bartram 2: Andrew Reynolds allowed three hits and Brandon Watson went 3-for-3 with a triple and two RBI.
  Univ. City 17, Penn 12: Ian Thomas got the win in a game mostly devoid of earned runs.
  Bok 11, Saul 4: Rosario Messina allowed five hits and Cedric Green had a solo homer en route to three RBI.
  Mastbaum 11, Furness 1: Johnny Marrero threw a five-inning three-hitter with 10 Ks.
  Dobbins 8, King 3: Keon Richardson fanned nine in five innings and Algie Cuffee’s triple keyed a three-run sixth.
  Prep Charter 6, Southern 3: Matt Brydges spun a three-hitter with 13 strikeouts.

  Edison 16, Olney 4: Luis Garcia started the game with an inside-the-park homer. German Sanchez went 3-for-3 and scored three runs.
  GAMP 24, Roxborough 9:
  Overbrook def. West Phila.: Forfeit.
  Conwell-Egan 8, Wood 5: Mike Kane got the win and went 2-for-4 with two RBI. Matt Fischer also had two RBI.
  Bonner 17, SJ Prep 3: Frank Nunan whiffed 10 in six innings and went 4-for-5 with two doubles, a homer and six RBI. Kevin Ward added a double, grand slam and six RBI.
  Dougherty 5, McDevitt 4: Pat Peters’ RBI single in the home seventh made reliever Jose Medina a winner.


  Lamberton 1, Penn 0: Matt Shuebrook pitched a four-hit shutout with four strikeouts and two walks. Tim Bryant singled home Shuebrook with two outs in the second inning.
  Kensington 8, S. Mansion 7: Winning pitcher Josh Williams had three hits and three RBI. Francis Colon’s RBI single provided an 8-3 lead.
Germantown 17, U. City 7: Akil Stokes had three hits and three RBI and Haneef Hill also knocked in three runs.

  Franklin 18, West Phila. 6: Jason Baldwin, Frank Anderson and winning pitcher Tariq Sabree belted homers.
Dobbins 5, E&S 0: Sophomore Jamil Phillips pitched a five-inning no-hitter with seven strikeouts and one walk. Phillips also delivered a two-out, two-run double in the first.

  Carroll 10, Bonner 7: Dave Puliti was 3 for 4 with two RBI, and winning pitcher Frank Gailey homered and knocked in three runs. Brian Rorick got the save. Bonner’s Frank Nunan and Dan Ward homered on the first two pitches in the home first.

  Episcopal 15, Chestnut Hill 2: Andy Barks posted a single, double, two walks, four RBI and three runs scored. Joe Rosati (two RBI), Dan Williams and Brian Fitzpatrick added two hits each.
  Penn Charter 4, Malvern 3: Ryan Nanni’s sacrifice fly in the fifth knocked in the winning run for eighth-grade pitcher Mark Adzick.

  Washington 24, Northeast 23: Adam Eisman delivered an RBI single with one out in the home seventh to win the 4-hour, 6-minute marathon. He finished with five RBI. Bruce Bauer added six RBI. Harry Parfitt won in relief. The Eagles overcame 8-0 and 15-8 deficits. Northeast's Bryan Adamson had two doubles and a triple en route to four RBI.
  Edison 17, Bok 7: Juan Colon had a homer and two doubles. Gilbert Boria also homered.
  Saul 4, Fels 2: John Loftus got the win and Mike Koszowski poled a two-run homer.
  Lincoln 12, Roxborough 4: Rick Bates fanned 10 in a six-hitter and Alex Tsafos slammed a three-run homer. Pat Kennedy went 2-for-4 with a double and two RBI.
  Southern 12, S. Mansion 2: Tyler Bowker pitched a five inning one-hitter with nine strikeouts. Support came from Ralph Digneo (3-for-3, homer, four RBI) and Mark Lee (solo homer).
  Dobbins 16, Lamberton 12 (8 inn.): Keon Richardson went the distance and Byron Daniels tripled twice. Lamberton's Tim Bryant fanned 15.
Bartram 13, GAMP 3: A.J. Gramlick went 3-for-3 with two doubles and five RBI to make Jason Mink a winner. Randall Eggleton added three hits, three runs.
  Germantown 11, Kensington 7: Robert Fisher, Andre Fisher, Cristen Johnson, Akil Stokes and Lamar Fulton doubled for G-town, while Tyree Jones tripled. Haneef Hill got the win. Antonio Rodriguez homered for Kensington.
  West 19, Penn 9: Maurice Polen fanned 12 in five innings and had three RBI.
  Mastbaum 13, Franklin LC 3: Jose Colon struck out 10 in five innings. FLC's Brandon Richardson homered.
Franklin 9, King 8: The Electrons scored four in the home seventh as Luis Santiago provided the capper (single plating Demetrius Atwell).
  Eng. and Science 18, Overbrook 14: David Knight (three-run homer) and Mervin Woodlin (4-for-5) led the way. Overbrook's Ron Bubas went 4-for-5 with a double and triple.
  Olney 10, Furness 0: Winner Kelington Tejada and Edwin DeLeon smacked two-run homers.
  Frankford 12, Central 1: Winner Joe Farina had a two-run double in an 11-run second.
  Conwell-Egan 5, Wood 2: Todd Puzycki got the save and capped a four-run fifth with a sacrifice fly. Tim Carroll had an RBI triple.
O'Hara 8, Kennedy-Kenrick 7: Mike Antonini pitched a five-hitter with six whiffs. Michael Conn had three RBI. Nick Longmore scored twice. K-K scored two in the home seventh to draw close.
  Roman 14, Neumann 9: Jerry Reed went 3-for-4 with a double, homer and two RBI. Jim McKeaney (four RBI) and Pete Fischer (three) helped. Neumann's Anthony Meccariello had a three-run homer.
  La Salle 14, Ryan 4: Dave Achey got the win and went 2-for-3. Nick Brechbill went 3-for-5.

  S. Mansion 17, Penn 7: Chris McBee struck out 13 in five innings and Andrew Hobson hit a two-run homer. Penn’s James Fields also homered.
  Franklin 14, Southern 11: Raymond Colon was 3 for 5 with a double and three RBI in support of Luis Santiago’s 10-strikeout pitching. Southern’s Ralph Digneo tripled and homered.
  Gratz 15, West Phila. 8: Kareem Sanders fanned 12, walked 20 and still got the win, helping himself with three hits, three RBI and four runs scored. West’s Chuck Henryhand was 3 for 4 with four RBI.
  E&S 8, U. City 2
  La Salle 5, Judge 4: Pat McCusker singled home Pat Riley with the winning run in the sixth. In a four-run first inning, Riley and Nick Brechbill had back-to-back two-run doubles.
  North Catholic 4, Ryan 3: Chris Wenger knocked in Timmy Wallace with the deciding run in the seventh. Ryan’s Tom Dolan struck out 10.
  C-Egan 7, McDevitt 3: Todd Puzycki was 3 for 3 with a double, and winning pitcher Chris David added two hits and an RBI.
  Wood 3, Dougherty 1: Ryan Parsons allowed three hits.
  O’Hara 1, Roman 0: O’Hara closed the gap on first-place Roman as Kevin Paul and Josh Rickards teamed for the four-hit shutout. In the sixth, Steve Cook was hit by a pitch, stole second, advanced on a single and scored on Kevin Ahern’s fielder’s choice.
  Carroll 4, SJ Prep 1: Matt Smith clubbed a two-run homer, and winning pitcher Brandon Gribbin singled, doubled and scored twice.
  Neumann 16, K-Kenrick 9: In the completion of a game suspended on April 4, Joe Camperchioli was 4 for 4 with three runs scored, and Bill Canady was 3 for 5 with two RBI.
  Neumann 9, K-Kenrick 4: Justin Lannutti, who won the first game by pitching 3.2 innings of relief, also won the second with 10 strikeouts in seven innings. Lannutti also went 3 for 4 with two RBI and two runs scored.
  Bonner 20, West Catholic 0: Kevin Horning rapped a single, triple and two-run homer for five RBI, and Frank Noonan added a grand slam.

  Fels 7, Bok 5: Mike Raimo had a two-run double and Josh LaCosta added two hits, two RBI and two runs scored.
  Prep Charter 10, King 3: Bill McGovern struck out 13 in 6.1 innings.
  Olney 5, Mastbaum 4: Ben Beltre’s sacrifice fly scored Wilfredo Maldonado with the winning run in the bottom of the seventh. Carlos Beltre fanned nine.
  Northeast 13, Bartram 10: Jeff Barow had two singles, a double, four RBI and scored two runs.
  Washington 14, Lincoln 4: Harry Parfitt struck out 10 in six innings and also homered. GW’s Ken Radziak and Lincoln’s Mike Hearn had home runs.
  Frankford 16, Roxborough 3: Cory Schaeffer fanned eight in five innings, and Joe Farina and Carlos Rivera each went 3 for 4 with three RBI.
  Central 2, GAMP 1: Ryan Abrams had an RBI double in the two-run third inning.
  Edison 13, FLC 1
  Saul 18, Furness 8

  Germantown Ac. 6, Episcopal 4: GA scored all six in the seventh, including Matt Brown’s grand slam and Kevin Gordon’s two-run double.
  Haverford School 9, Penn Charter 8: In the seventh, Jason Leone doubled, advanced on a sacrifice fly and scored the winning run on an error. PC’s Matt Ryan hit a grand slam to tie the game at 7-7.
  Malvern 5, Chestnut Hill 0: Mike Lorentson pitched five innings of the three-hit shutout, and Paul Keldsen was 3 for 4 with a double.

   Ryan 20, O’Hara 16: Tom Dolan went 3-for-3 with a triple, homer, three walks and four RBI. Anthony Carter had four hits, three RBI. O’Hara’s Kevin Ahern had nine RBI on a three-run double, grand slam and two-run single.
  Neumann 12, Conwell-Egan 6: Michael Clancy went 5.2 innings for the win. Jimmy Porreca went 2-for-4 with a homer and five RBI. Tom Daly and Chris Lannutti added two RBI apiece. C-E’s Nick Natriello homered.
  Bonner 12, La Salle 3: Mike Shalon (two), John Cucinotta and Kevin Horning homered to support Frank Nunan. Dan Waters homered for La Salle.
  Carroll 7, Wood 6: Frank Gailey homered and pitched a six-hitter with 11strikeouts. Brandon Gribbin added a homer and three RBI.
  Roman 8, Dougherty 3: Jerry Reed (three RBI) and Anthony Capella homered and Sal Zampitella fanned seven in 4.1 innings.
  Judge 10, West 3: Steve Sellers struck out 12 in a four-hitter and Kevin McDevitt went 4-for-5 with two homers and nine RBI.
  North 7, Kennedy-Kenrick 5 (8 inn.): Brian Wehrman delivered a two-run single in the visiting eighth to make Mike Berretta a winner. Stan Orzechowski had two triples. Chris Wenger went 2-for-3 with two walks. K-K’s Chris Lubanski homered.
  SJ Prep 12, McDevitt 7: Ed Sullivan doubled and tripled en route to five RBI. Kevin Walker added two doubles, three RBI. Joe McElwee got the win.
  Northeast 8, Roxborough 0: Andrew Lihotz fanned 12 in a two-hitter and Joe Cross doubled twice.
  Frankford 16, GAMP 1: Carlos Rivera got the win and went 4-for-4 with three doubles and five RBI. Cory Shaeffer homered.
Lamberton 17, Univ. City 7: Winner Will Simon smacked a three-run homer.
  Dobbins 13, Gratz 3: James Allen (three RBI), Cedric McNear and Keon Richardson (two apiece) made Jamil Phillips (eight Ks) a winner.
  Southern 20, Overbrook 8: Ralph Digneo went 3-for-5 with a homer and three RBI. Tyler Bowker got the win. Keith Whittaker homered for ‘Brook.
  Olney 13, Saul 1: Edwin DeLeon fanned nine in four innings and Carlos Beltre homered. Saul’s Andrew Godlewski also homered.
  Franklin LC 15, Furness 5: Victor Meronyck’s grand slam made Roger Catlett a winner. Brandon Richardson added three hits, two RBI.
  Washington 15, Bartram 5: Adam Eisman smacked a two-run homer and Brian Morgan went 4-for-4 with three RBI. Dennis Massott fanned seven.
  Lincoln 11, Central 2: Shane O’Connor pitched a five-hitter with seven strikeouts. Rick Bates homered en route to three RBI and Michael Hearn had two doubles, two RBI.
Kensington 20, Eng. and Science 7: Josh Williams got the win.
  Edison 11, Fels 1: German Sanchez poled a grand slam and pitched a five-inning one-hitter.
  Mastbaum 15, Bok 9: Jose Colon fanned 10 in 5.1 innings and went 4-for-5 with two RBI. Johnny Marrero had a double and triple for five RBI.
  Germantown 15, Franklin 7 (corrected score; final version, hopefully!)
  West-King: Moved to May 6.

  Northeast 10, GAMP 0: Craig Solomon fanned seven in six innings. Andrew Lihotz went 2-for-2 and scored four runs.
  Mastbaum 10, Franklin LC 0: Johnny Marrero pitched a five-inning perfect game with 13 strikouts. He also had a two-run double and three RBI total. Jose Perez had three RBI.
  Franklin 16, Gratz 6: Luis Santiago got the win. Frank Anderson went 2-for-2 with three RBI.
  King 17, Overbrook 7: Jeff Campbell struck out nine in five innings while adding a triple and two-run homer. Roberto Hernandez went 4-for-4 with three RBI.

  North 3, La Salle 0: Shaun Gallagher allowed four hits while fanning eight. Stan Orzechowski homered.
  Carroll 10, West 5: Dan Ritter won in relief and Ryan Stewart cracked a two-run homer.
  Judge 6, Wood 2: Joe Cione pitched a three-hitter and Steve Sellers went 3-for-4 with a double and three RBI. Wood's Travis Roth homered.
  O'Hara 8, SJ Prep 5: A four-spot in the home sixth made reliever Brian Campbell a winner. A two-run double by pinch-hitter Paul Titchenell broke a 5-5 tie.
  McDevitt 15, Ryan 11
  Penn Charter 11, Chestnut Hill 5: Ryan Nanni went the distance while Taylor Baum went 3-for-3 with a double, homer and three RBI. Zack Zeglinski also had three RBI.

  Germantown Ac. 9, Malvern 8: Sean Grieve was 3 for 4 with two RBI and Dan Overcash added a single and a two-run triple. GA won with three in the sixth on Grieve's two-run single and an RBI single by winning pitcher Joe Matteo.
  Haverford School 4, Episcopal 1: Tom Close's two-run homer with two outs in the bottom of the sixth sealed the win for pitcher Ben Fineman.

  Kensington 13, Dobbins 3: In the battle of unbeatens, Francis Colon struck out a dozen batters and hit a three-run homer in a five-run first inning. Jamie Phillips homered for Dobbins.
  Lincoln 7, GAMP 3: Shane O’Connor singled and tripled for two RBI and scored twice in support of Devon Wirt’s complete-game, eight-strikeout pitching.
  Mastbaum 10, Fels 0: Jose Colon threw a five-inning no-hitter with nine strikeouts and no walks.
  Washington 22, Roxborough 6: Brian Morgan was 4 for 4 with a triple, three runs scored and two RBI, making a first-time winner of sophomore pitcher Marc Tankel. Ken Radziak doubled and tripled in an 11-run first inning.
  Olney 9, FLC 1: Sophomore Carlos Beltre struck out 18, walked none and gave up one hit. Carlos Rosado tripled and homered for two RBI.
  Central 6, Northeast 3: Central took the lead for good on Erick Navas’ two-run double in the fifth inning.
  E&S 15, King 9: E&S scored in every inning but the fourth to make a winner of Mervin Woodlin.
  Overbrook 16, U. City 6: Marcus Susay drove in four runs with a single and a double, and winning pitcher Ron Bubas struck out 11.
  Southern 13, Penn 0: Tyler Bowker’s five-inning no-hitter featured 14 strikeouts. Ralph Digneo doubled twice, tripled, scored twice and knocked in four runs.
  Bok 10, Furness 6: Justin Stewart’s grand slam in the fifth inning was the game-winning hit.
  Frankford 13, Bartram 0: Joe Farina threw a perfect game for five innings, striking out 11. Farina also had four RBI with three hits, and Matt Colon added three hits and three RBI.
  Prep Charter 12, S. Mansion 1: Bill McGovern had 12 strikeouts in a five-inning one-hitter.
  Lamberton 15, West Philadelphia 7
  Edison 20, Saul 15

  C-Egan 14, Dougherty 12: Matt Fischer tripled and hit a two-run homer, and Matt Burns added a double and a triple.
  Neumann 3, Bonner 1: Jonathan Brady homered, Justin Lannutti pitched a complete game, and Christian Meccariello added two hits and three stolen bases.
  Roman 5, Kennedy-Kenrick 2: Joe Jelinski homered, and Matt Daley threw a complete game.

  Lamberton 12, S. Mansion 7: Sean Heard had two singles, a double and drove in seven runs. Mansion’s Morris Hobson hit a two-run homer.
  Edison 17, Furness 7
  Olney 8, Fels 6
  E&S 16, West Philadelphia 0


  McDevitt 12, North Catholic 11: Anthony Kunz went 3 for 4 with a triple and three RBI. North scored four in the top of the seventh but the rally ended when second baseman Brian Mitros leaped to catch a line drive.
  Judge 8, Dougherty 6: Judge bunched five of its nine hits in a five-run first inning, and Dale Curry was 2 for 3 with three RBI.
  La Salle 8, Wood 2: Dan Waters hit a two-run homer in his first at-bat and finished 3 for 4 with two runs and two RBI. Andrew Carnevale doubled and tripled.
  Ryan 8, Conwell-Egan 3: Mike Maule had three hits and two RBI, and Ed Root added three RBI, including a two-run single in the third inning.
  Roman 5, SJ Prep 1: Chris Corkery struck out 11 and Roman iced the game with two runs in the fifth on Corkery’s fielder’s choice and Lee McInerney’s RBI single.
  Kennedy-Kenrick 4, Bonner 3: In a three-run third inning, Marcus Ronca hit a two-run double and Victor Evangelist singled in a run. Tom Grady doubled twice.
  Carroll 8, O’Hara 6: Brian Rorick (2 for 3, 3 RBI), Matt Smith and Brandon Gribbin homered to account for seven of Carroll’s runs.
  Neumann 15, West Catholic 4: Jimmy Porreca, Joe Camperchioli and Thomas Daly homered in support of Joanthan Brady’s 14-strikeout pitching.

  Frankford 8, Lincoln 4: Joe Farina knocked in three runs with three hits, and Ivan Colon singled, doubled and scored twice.
  Roxborough 18, Bartram 7: In a 14-hit attack, Terrence Ford had a single, two doubles and three RBI, and Shaun Monaghan added a single, double and three runs scored. Bartram’s Randall Eggleton homered.
  Dobbins 20, Franklin 10: Byron Daniels homered, and Cedric McNear went 4 for 4 with two RBI and three runs scored.
  Edison 4, Mastbaum 0: Oscar Colon struck out 11, allowed two hits and also drove in a run. Juan Colon singled in another run.
  Southern 18, King 6: Tyler Bowker and Ralph Digneo each had two hits and three runs scored.
  Fels 19, Furness 12: Michael Raimo fanned a dozen batters and drove in three runs with three hits, and Ulysses Garcia had three hits and four RBI.
  Prep Charter 8, Overbrook 3: John DeMarco homered in support of Matt Brydges’ 13-strikeout pitching.
  Olney 10, Bok 2: Edwin DeLeon had two hits and two RBI, and also handled the pitching with 12 strikeouts in a three-hitter.
  Washington 8, Central 6: Harry Parfitt (4-1) won the game with Bruce Bauer’s two hits and two RBI pacing the offense. Central’s Eric Heisler drove in four runs with two doubles.
  Kensington 10, U. City 0: Lefty Josh Williams threw a five-inning no-hitter with eight strikeouts and also had three doubles and three RBI.
  GAMP 2, Northeast 0: Anthony Caines’ two-run homer with two outs in the third made Mario Malatino (11 strikeouts) the winning pitcher.

  FLC 11, Saul 5: Winning pitcher Anthony Bove broke a scoreless tie with a bases-loaded double in the third.
  West-Gratz: ppd. to ???

  Germantown 17, E&S 3
Penn Charter 6, Episcopal 3:
Matt Ryan singled, tripled, drove in five runs and also pitched a complete-game four-hitter.
  Germantown Ac. 16, Chestnut Hill 2: Matt Brown homered, and Matt Bruderek had a single, triple, two runs scored and six RBI.
  Haverford School 3, Malvern 2: Nick Tom scored the winning run on an error in the sixth inning. Bryan Savage had two hits and an RBI.

  Roman 2, Bonner 1: Jim McKeaney and Joe Jelinski had RBI singles and Anthony Capella struck out four in two innings to save Pat Dunn's win. Bonner's Frank Nunan fanned 10 in a four-hitter.
  North 5, Wood 1: Shaun Gallagher pitched a three-hitter with eight strikeouts. Stan Orzechowski (RBI double) and Mike Karpovich (2-for-3, RBI) led the offense.
  Kennedy-Kenrick 4, SJ Prep 3: Jon Smolenski fanned seven in a row while saving Marcus Ronca's win. Joe Harris' triple brought in the decisive run. Prep's Mark Noonan homered.
  McDevitt 6, La Salle 3: Andrew Kovach went 2-for-3 with two RBI to make Bob Mitros (six whiffs) a winner.
  Carroll 5, Neumann 2: Brandon Gribbin fanned nine in a three-hitter and Chris Cashman stroked an inside-the-park homer.
  Conwell-Egan 10, Judge 3: Mike Kane allowed five hits and doubled. Matt Fischer and Matt Brazil had triples.
  O’Hara 25, West Catholic 1: Kyle Reynolds picked up the win for O’Hara, which banged out 30 hits.
  Dougherty 5, Ryan 4: Chris Jackson tied the game with a single and Pat Peters drove in the winning run with another single as  Dougherty scored twice in the visiting seventh to win.

  La Salle 4, Dougherty 3:
Nick Brechbill (2-for-3) had a key single in a two-run sixth. Dan Waters struck out 10 while walking one.

   La Salle 9, Ryan 5:
Dan Waters (three-run triple) and Andrew Carnevale (two-run single) had big hits to make Anthony Massaro a winner.
   Dougherty 7, McDevitt 6: Winning pitcher Jose Medina, Chris Jackson, Mike Copestick and Bill Van Sciver had two hits apiece for the winners. Pat Peters scored the winning run on an error.
   Roman 14, Neumann 1: Jim McKeaney had four hits, including a grand slam. Anthony Capella homered while Joe Jelinski and Pete Fischer added three hits apiece.
   Carroll 5, Bonner 3: Ryan Stewart delivered a grand slam. Brian Rorick saved Frank Gailey's win.
   West 3, SJ Prep 2: Kyle Whalen went the distance and his mates were guilty of just one error. Chris Sheeran had two hits, including an RBI double, and turned a spirit-killing doubleplay in the seventh. The Burrs had dropped 41 of their last 42 CL games.

  Ryan 9, Kennedy-Kenrick 8:
Mike Maule doubled and homered for four RBI, and Anthony Carter singled down the left-field line in the bottom of the seventh to drive in Nick DiEnno with the winning run.
  La Salle 4, Neumann 3: Andrew Karnevale’s sacrifice fly drove in Danny Waters with the deciding run.
  Dougherty 13, West Catholic 3: Dan Metague tripled and homered, and Bill Van Sciver doubled twice for Dougherty, which scored nine runs in the third inning.
  McDevitt 6, Bonner 5: Jim Romano’s triple brought in the winning run in the bottom of the seventh. Andrew Kovach contributed a double and two RBI. Bonner’s John Cucinotta and Kevin Horning homered.
  SJ Prep 10, Wood 3: Kevin Walker clubbed a grand slam in the first inning, and Tom Noonan and winning pitcher Jim See each had a single, double and two RBIs.
  Roman 13, North Catholic 8: Jim McKeaney drove in five runs with two doubles and a triple, Pat Dunn homered, and Chris Corkery had three hits, four runs scored, three RBI and three stolen bases.
  O’Hara 3, Judge 1: Michael Antonini pitched a complete game with three strikeouts, no walks and three hits allowed.
  Carroll 1, Conwell-Egan 0: Brandon Gribbin fashioned a three-hit shutout with eight strikeouts. Carroll got a first-inning run when Chris Cashman singled with two outs for the RBI.

  Conwell-Egan 5, North Catholic 4: In the 10th inning, Tim Carroll singled in the winning run.
  Ryan 5, Judge 2: Fran Schick allowed no earned runs in a complete-game effort. Mike Maule was 2 for 4 with three runs scored, and Nick Dienno, Anthony Carter and Mike Leone drove in a run apiece.
  O'Hara 13, Kennedy-Kenrick 12: O'Hara tied the game with five runs in the bottom of the sixth on Sean Barksdale's two-run homer and Kevin Ahern's three-run homer, and won it in the eighth on Paul Titchenell's two-out, RBI single.
  Haverford School 4, Chestnut Hill 3: Nick Tom drew a bases-loaded walk in the fifth inning to force in the winning run, making a winner of pitcher Tom Close.
  Germantown Acad. 5, Penn Charter 3: Sean Grieve (five innings) outdueled Matt Ryan (121 pitches) and Pete Vernon earned the save by inducing a bases-loaded doubleplay grounder to end it.  

  Carroll 2, Kennedy-Kenrick 0:
Frank Gailey scattered six hits in doing the nearly impossible, pitching a shutout at Carroll's tiny field. Dave Puliti (double) and Brian Rorick (RBI single) had hits in a two-run fourth. K-K's Jon Smolenski pitched a four-hitter with 11 strikeouts.
  SJ Prep 11, Neumann 2: Joe McElwee fanned 10 in a seven-hitter.
  La Salle 3, Conwell-Egan 2 (8 inn.): Dan Waters allowed five hits, whiffed 10 and drove in the winning run. Tim Harkins went 3-for-4. Kevin McLoughlin went 2-for-2 with an RBI. Matt Burns and Matt Fischer doubled for C-E.
  Judge 8, McDevitt 1: Dale Curry had four RBI on a double and triple. Chris Panas went 4.2 innings for the win.
  Roman 19, West 5: Anthony Capella went 4-for-6 with a double and four RBI. Jim McKeaney had two RBI. Mike Krimm went four innings for the win.
  Bonner 10, O'Hara 6: Frank Nunan fanned seven in four innings and homered.
  North 5, Dougherty 0: Shaun Gallagher pitched a one-hitter with 10 strikeouts and one walk. Mike Berretta went 2-for-3 with one RBI.
  Wood 3, Ryan 1: Brian Klumpp spun a two-hitter with eight Ks. Justin Cunnane's two-run single highlighted a three-run fourth.
  Episcopal 7, Chestnut Hill 1: Jason Brown shook off 10 hits and struck out six. Matt Deasey had a two-run triple and Fran Grunde went 2-for-3 with two runs. CH's Anthony Biello went 3-for-3.

   O'Hara 10, Neumann 1:
Mike Antonini hurled a two-hitter with 17 strikeouts as the Lions improved to 9-0 overall. Mike Greeley had two doubles, three RBI.

  Prep Charter 10, Penn 0: Matt Brydges pitched a five-inning five-hitter, and also went 2 for 2 with a double, triple, two runs scored and three RBI.
  GAMP 5, Washington 2: Mario Malatino struck out 15, including the last seven batters he faced, and gave up three hits. In
GAMP’s five-run third inning, Anthony Caines had a successful suicide squeeze bunt and Davis Scirrotto singled in a run.
  Mastbaum 8, Saul 4: Jose Colon fanned 11 to get the win, but gave up a homer to losing pitcher Mike Koszowski, who struck
out 12.
  Gratz 17, E&S 10: Winning pitcher Johnny Torres hit a three-run homer, and Philip Harris (two runs) and Kareem Sanders
(three RBI) had two hits each.
  Roman 11, Carroll 1: Chris Corkery (four RBI) hit a three-run homer in the first and Jerry Reed (four RBI) hit a two-run
homer in the second in support of pitcher Matt Daley (11 strikeouts).

  Germantown Acad. 3, Haverford School 0: Pete Vernon’s fourth start was his fourth win, a seven-strikeout, five-hit shutout. In
the three-run sixth, Matt Bruderek doubled in a run and Tyler Stampone doubled in two.

  Dobbins 17, Southern 10: Keon Richardson, Cedric McNear and winning pitcher Byron Daniels had two hits each.
  Saul 6, FLC 5: Saul rallied with three runs in the bottom of the sixth, including Matt Crawford’s double, Mike Koszowski’s RBI triple and Tom McAllister’s two-run single.
  Frankford 5, Lincoln 0: Carlos Rivera fanned 12, and Joe Farina (two runs scored) and Andrew Bracero had two hits apiece in a 10-hit attack.
  Fels 9, Furness 6: Michael Raimo lined three doubles.
  Franklin 5, S. Mansion 4: Winning pitcher Luis Santiago had 11strikeouts and also drove in the winning run.
  Bartram 20, Roxborough 9: Jerry Rogers went 3 for 4 and scored four runs, and winning pitcher Jason Mink was 2 for 4 with an RBI.
  Washington 3, Central 2: Jim Miceletti scored the deciding run in the eighth on Ken Radziak’s bunt. Bruce Bauer and winning pitcher Harry Parfitt (3-0) slapped RBI doubles.
  Olney 9, Bok 6: Olney rallied from a 6-2 deficit behind Edwin DeLeon (3 for 4, two RBI) and Carlos Rosado (2 for 3, three RBI).
  Judge 8, La Salle 7: Pinch-hitter Eric Blade drove in the tying run and scored the winning run on a hit by Dan Winterbottom (2 for 3, three RBI).
  McDevitt 7, Conwell-Egan 5: Andrew Kovach and Bob Mitros (two RBI) had two hits each in support of Brian Rooney’s complete-game pitching.
  Ryan 4, North Catholic 3: Rob Fisher and Joe Kline scored two runs each for Ryan. North’s Stan Orzechowski homered.
  O’Hara 17, Roman 4: Sean Barksdale hit a grand slam in the first inning, Joe DiMenna knocked in five runs, Brian Campbell was 3 for 4 and Kevin Ahern had three RBI.
  Bonner 9, West Catholic 0: Frank Nunan hurled a six-inning no-hitter with 14 strikeouts and also had two doubles during a seven-run third inning.
  SJ Prep 4, Carroll 1: Jim Fee went 3 for 3 at the plate, scored twice, drove in two runs and also handled the pitching chores with eight strikeouts.
  Neumann/Kennedy-Kenrick: Result not final. Game was suspended by darkness and will be resumed at a time TBA.

  Wood 6, Dougherty 1: Sophomore Chris Kirk threw a one hitter.  Multiple hit performances were turned in by Andrew Sieracki (3), Travis Roth (2) and Kirk (2). Sean Regan had a two-run double in the sixth.

  Strawberry Mansion 8, King 7: Brandon Powell drew a walk in the bottom of the seventh to force in Darius Humphries with the winning run.
  Saul 17, Bok 7: Andy Godlewski doubled twice, hit a solo homer and finished with four RBI. Mike Koszowski contributed three hits, three RBI and three runs scored.
  Central 14, Bartram 9: Central scored 10 in the top of the first and Craig Gould pitched a complete game with seven strikeouts for the win.
  Prep Charter 19, Lamberton 9: Matt Brydges had two doubles, three RBI and scored three times. John DeMarco added a double and triple.
  Franklin 12, E&S 2: Darell Daniels fanned 10 batters, Darrell Fincher had three hits and scored three times, and Frank Anderson also scored three runs.
Mastbaum 11, Furness 2: Jose Colon allowed three hits in the five-inning game to get the win.
  GAMP 8, Roxborough 3: Dominic DeMarco poked two singles and drove in a pair of runs.
  Overbrook 10, W. Penn 0: Josiah Barnes (four runs) and Keith Whitaker (three RBI) each went 3 for 3 in support of Ron Bubas’ 14-strikeout pitching.
  Kensington 16, Southern 1: Josh Williams had two doubles and a single, and Antonio Rodriguez added two singles, a double and three runs scored.
  Frankford 13, Washington 3: Matt Colon, who also doubled twice, broke a 1-1 tie with a three-run homer and finished with six RBI.
  Olney 8, Edison 7
  FLC 6, Fels 1

Dobbins 13, Univerity City 3:
Tyrone Barringer homered, Cedric McNear tripled in two runs and winning pitcher Keon Richardson was two for two with three RBI and three runs scored.
  Edison 9, Bok 3: Miguel Rodriguez pitched five inning to get the win, backed by Luis Garcia’s double and home run.
  O’Hara 10, Dougherty 2: Home runs by Brian Placido, Michael Greeley and Joe Dimenna accounted for half of O’Hara’s runs.
  Bonner 7, Wood 2: Frank Nunan had two doubles and three RBI, Steve DeVito notched two hits and two RBI, and Mike Shalon poked a single, double and triple for Bonner.
  North Catholic 13, West Catholic 1: Stan Orzechowski led the win with three hits, three runs, two steals and two RBI. Brian Wehrman and Danny Paluch each chipped in with two hits and two RBI.
  Neumann 5, McDevitt 2: John Brady doubled in a run, William Canady tripled in another and winning pitcher Michael Clancy was one out short of a nine-strikeout complete game.
  Carroll 2, La Salle 1: Brian Rorick’s second homer of the season aided an 88-pitch, seven-strikeout complete game by Frank Gailey.
  Roman 7, Ryan 1: Pat Dunn fanned 11 batters, Jerry Reed singled in two runs and Pete Fischer knocked in three.
  Conwell-Egan 5, St. Joe’s Prep 3: C-E scored four in the seventh, including a three-run hit to center field by Matt Brazil.

  Judge 8, Kennedy-Kenrick 7

  Olney 4, Saul 3:
Olney pushed a run across the plate in the fourth inning and held on. Juan Torres scored the winning run on a fielder's choice, making a winner of Edwin DeLeon, who struck out 10 and drove in two runs on two hits.
  Northeast 17, Roxborough 0: Kamil Harris ripped a grand slam.
  Bartram 11, Washington 3: Chironn "Goober" Davis cracked three triples and a single. The Maroon Wave scored three unearned runs in the fourth inning to take a 5-1 lead.
  Mastbaum 10, Bok 2: Johnny Marrero struck out 15.
  Kensington 8, Prep Charter 4: Ricardo Feliciano picked up a pair of singles and a double. Antonio Rodriguez and Juan Perez ripped three singles each for the Tigers.
  Dobbins 23, West Phila. 8: Byron Daniels, Cedric McNear and Tyrone Barringer homered for Dobbins.
  Frankford 11, GAMP 1: Joe Farina limited  GAMP to three hits and helped himself with a triple.
  Central 6, Lincoln 0: Craig Gould pitched the complete-game shutout with seven Ks and no walks. Ryan Abrams tripled for the Lancers.

  Kensington 15, Lamberton 1: Francis Colon fanned five in three innings while Antonio Rodriguez (five RBI) and Josh
Williams (four) led the offense.
  Frankford 10, Bartram 0: Carlos Rivera pitched an 11-strikeout one-hitter over five innings.
  Washington 14, Roxborough 0: Harry Parfitt spun a five-inning no-hitter with 11 whiffs. He also had a grand slam and six
  Mastbaum 4, Fels 1: Jose Colon pitched a two-hitter with 17 strikeouts. Luis Alicea drove in the deciding run.
  Prep Charter 10, Franklin 0: Matt Brydges pitched a five-inning two-hitter as PC won its PL debut.
  Northeast 7, Central 2: Steve Sandberg poled a two-run homer and Andrew Lihotz won in relief.
  Gratz 6, Overbrook 1: The game featured 33 strikeouts from winner Johnny Torres (16, four-hitter) and Ron Bubas
(17, five-hitter). Kazeem Sanders had two RBI.
  Lincoln 14, GAMP 1: Shane O’Connor got the win.
  Dobbins 11, Mansion 3: Keon Richardson fanned 11 and allowed one hit in the first start of his life. Byron Daniels had two
key hits.
  Olney 6, Franklin LC 1: Carlos Beltre spun a one-hitter.
  Bok 10, Furness 5: Rasheed Fleming had two doubles, three RBI. Rob LaMotta got the win. Furness’ Michael Rohrbach had a
three-run homer.
  Edison 12, Saul 8: Juan Colon’s two-run homer helped make Oscar Colon a winner.