Winning the Grand Slam Classic is becoming commonplace for the Minutemen.
Junior Mark Scarpa pitched seven shutout innings as Washington Township defeated Cherokee, 1-0, to win the Grand Slam Classic championship for the third year in a row.
Scarpa struck out five, walked none, and was named the tournament's most valuable player.
"It's a tough tournament," Washington Township head coach Bill Alvaro said. "We're fortunate that we've been able to win it a couple of years in a row."