Seneca beat Delsea, 3-2, behind two wins from its doubles teams in the boys’ tennis South Group 2 quarterfinals on Tuesday. Nick Webb and Ben Yaroch beat Joe Lopresti and Sean Phillips, 6-2, 6-1. Vince Abate and Toby Megaw outlasted Jimmy Keenan and Ethan Mattson, 6-4, 6-7 (2-7), and 6-3. The fifth-seeded Golden Eagles face top-seeded Haddonfield on Thursday in the semifinals.

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Staying in the South Group 2 quarterfinals, Haddonfield moved on after taking down Cedar Creek, 3-0. The first and second singles matches were stopped due to rain. Alex Dante and Nico Cohen beat Caiden Blanchard and Colin Banda, 6-1, 6-0.

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In other South Group 2 quarterfinals action, West Deptford beat Deptford, 4-1, and will play the winner of Lacey and Pinelands in the next round.

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Top-seeded Cherry Hill East swept Eastern, 5-0, to move onto the South Group 4 semifinals against fourth-seeded Kingsway on Thursday. Adam Yu beat Jaisal Khatiwala, 6-0, 6-1, as the Cougars remained undefeated at 13-0. Arnav Gupta and Max Sobel downed Dom Stella and Abhi Kulkarni, 6-0, 6-1.

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In the other South Group 4 semifinal, Lenape beat Millville, 5-0. Sreejith Nair and Sidharth Peri both picked up singles wins for the Indians. Jimmy Li and Brandon Hsiao won 6-0, 6-2, over Gavin Smith and John Sheppard. Lenape plays Toms River North in the next round.

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Moorestown Friends advanced to the Non-Public South Group B semifinals with a 3-2 win over Bishop Eustace. Liam Schenk and Anthony Carrano each had a singles win. Schenk beat Adam Kinsley, 6-1, 6-0, as Carrano beat Declan Burke, 6-0, 6-2.

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St. Augustine remained undefeated with a 5-0 win over Bridgeton. The Hermits lost one game during the entire contest and have dropped just three total sets throughout its 16-0 season.

Girls’ Lacrosse

Cinnaminson cruised to a 16-2 win over Robbinsville in the first round of Central Group 2 play. Caroline Bailey had a game-high six goals, while teammate Grace Frasso followed with five. The Pirates will play fourth-seeded Jackson Liberty in the quarterfinals on Friday.

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West Deptford beat Triton, 17-2, to move onto the South Group 2 quarterfinals on Friday. Seven players scored two goals for the Mustangs, as Antonia Gismondi had six assists and Adriana Palumbo had four. They play third-seeded Middle Township on Friday.

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Washington Township beat Williamstown, 17-9, to move onto the quarterfinals in South Group 4. It will head to top-seeded Eastern.

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In other South Group 4 first round action, Shawnee got out to an 11-0 halftime lead in its 11-2 win over Cherry Hill East. The Regenades play third-seeded Clearview in the quarterfinals.

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Haddonfield went into halftime up 13-3 on its way to a 20-6 win over New Providence.

Boys’ Volleyball

Clearview tied a school record with 20 wins in a season after beating Camden, 2-0. The Pioneers are 20-2 on the year and have the chance to break the record with a win over Kingsway in the Gloucester County Tournament on Friday. Ethan Miller had 13 assists for Clearview, while Dylan Beer had eight digs, six kills, and three aces.

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Aiden Boorstein’s 27 assists led Williamstown over Pennsauken Tech, 2-0. Ryan Manion and Nassir Tinley had seven kills apiece for the Braves. Eric Luu had 14 assists and Moni Thach had 13 digs for the Tornados.

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Pennsauken beat West Windsor-Plainsboro North, 2-1.

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Sterling blanked Pennsauken, 2-0.

Softball

Renee Ridgway struck out 10 in Pennsville’s 14-1 win over LEAP Academy Charter in five innings. Danielle Werts had three hits including a double and scored three runs. Jade Hassler had a two-run home run for the Eagles. Paige Wilson and Ridgway both had doubles.

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Delsea captured its fifth consecutive Tri-County Conference Liberty division championship with a 3-1 win over Highland. The Crusaders are 56-0 in the division in the last five years.

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Williamstown beat Clearview, 2-1, as both teams combined for just nine hits. The Pioneers got on the board first with a solo home run by Devon Ellixson before the Braves scored a run in the third and fourth innings to take the lead.

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Atlantic County Tech shut out Holy Spirit, 10-0, in five innings. Samantha Dangler had two doubles and three RBIs, as Maura Furst picked up the win on the mound.

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Schalick scored five runs through the first two innings of its 10-0 win over Wildwood.

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Bordentown shut out Moorestown, 10-0.

Track and Field

The Olympic Conference track and field championships began on Tuesday and have been divided into three divisions for both girls and boys. In the Patriot Division, Seneca leads for the girls while Timber Creek leads for the boys. The Golden Eagles had first place finishes in the javelin, pole vault, and 4x800-meter relay events. In the National Division, Paul VI leads for both the girls and boys. The Eagles combined for seven first place finishes. In the American Division, Eastern picked up three top finishes to lead for the girls while Cherokee leads for the boys.

Baseball

Hammonton beat Highland, 13-12, in a game that had a combined 16 runs after two innings. Michael Oliveras went 3-for-5 with a home run, double, and two runs. Luke Attanasi also had a three-hit day, driving in two on three singles. Jared Beebe and Stephen Restuccio had three RBIs each for the Blue Devils.

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Josh Crowding, Caleb Ritchie, and Ben Maiers all had a double in Kinsway’s 4-1 win over Deptford.

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Vineland jumped out to a 7-0 lead after the first inning to beat Atlantic City, 9-0. Ervin Bogan and Andrew Rodriguez both had triples for the Fighing Clan.

Boys’ Golf

Noah Petracci qualified for the next round of the South Jersey Group 3 Sectional Tournament at Hopewell Valley next Monday after shooting a 74 on Tuesday.