Doug Schwartz hit an RBI single in the bottom of the eight inning to lift fifth-seeded Middle Township High School to a 2-1 victory over 12th-seeded Lower Cape May Regional in a South Jersey Group II first-round playoff game Monday.

Chris Dougherty led off the inning with a walk and scored the winning run for the host Panthers.

Schwartz pitched a complete-game two-hitter.

Josh Pennington struck out 13 in seven innings for Lower Cape May.

Lower Cape May Regional 000 001 00-1 2 1

Middle Township 001 000 01-2 1 0

WP-Schwartz 3k. LP-Pennington 13k.

Records-LCM 11-12; Middle 18-6.

(1) Buena Regional 10,

(16) Atlantic County Institute

of Technology 0

Marco Rios went 3-for-4 with two RBIs for Buena.

Taylor Cheli added two doubles and two RBIs, while Derrick Corniell doubled and had two RBIs for the Chiefs.

ACIT 000 00-0 1 3

Buena Regional 201 16-10 10 2

2B-Cheli (2), Corniell BR.

WP-Capriotti 4k. LP-Sieg 1k.

Records-ACIT 6-16; Buena 20-5.

(4) Cinnaminson 4,

(13) Barnegat 3

Further details were unavailable.

Barnegat 010 001 1-3 9 1

Cinnaminson 130 000 0-4 7 2

Records-Barnegat 9-13; Cinnaminson 14-8.

S.J. Group III

(6) Hammonton 5,

(11) Seneca 4 (nine innings)

Hammonton's L.T. Struble singled in Keith Salmon with the winning run in the bottom of the ninth inninng. Salmon had walked and was sacrificed to second by Anthony Cruz.

Alex Padovani was 3-for-4 with an RBI for Hammonton. Mike Earling, Struble and winning pitcher Steve Cahill each had two hits. Earling, Padovani and Struble each tripled. Cahill worked four innings of relief to get the win.

Seneca 000 022 000-4 9 0

Hammonton 022 000 001-5 10 3

2B-Vena, Donnelly S. Cahill, Earling, Ezzi H. 3B-Earling, Padovani, Struble H.

WP-Cahill 2k (1-2). LP-Santora 7ks.

Records-Hammonton 8-12.

No. 8 (3) Ocean City 15,

(14) Camden County Tech 0

Sean Mooney went 3-for-3 with two doubles and four RBIs as the host Red Raiders, ranked eighth in The Press Elite 11, won their 16th straight game.

The game ended in the fifth inning on the 10-run rule. Vince Terry was 2-for-2 with four RBIs, and Christian Candeloro was 2-for-2 with a double. Winning pitcher Kyle Andrews allowed no hits and combined on a one-hitter with Dylan Craver and Josh Arnold.

Third-seeded Ocean City hosts No. 6 Hammonton at 2 p.m. Friday in a Group III second-round game.

Camden County Tech 000 00-0 1 1

Ocean City 4(11)0 0x-15 11 1

2B-Mooney (2), Candeloro, Tracey OC.

WP-Andrews 4k (6-1). LP-Lobiondo 0k.

Records-O.C. 19-3.

(5) Burlington Township 5,

(12) Oakcrest 2

Oakcrest fell to 13-11, and Burlington Township improved to 12-6. Further details were unavailable.

(13) Winslow Township 13,

(4) Cumberland Regional 6

Further details were unavailable.

Winslow Township 230 016 1-13 9 2

Cumberland Regional 400 000 2-6 4 1

Records-Cumberland 13-9; Winslow 11-16.

S.J. Group IV

(7) Lenape 3,

(10) Egg Harbor Township 1

Misael Castillo went 2-for-3 for Egg Harbor Township.

Egg Harbor Township 000 000 1-1 4 0

Lenape 010 020 X-3 7 0

2B-Tilley, Gonzalez L.

WP-Milley 12k. LP-Chontos 6k.

Records-EHT 11-10.

(4) Williamstown 12,

(13) Absegami 8

Further details were unavailable.

Absegami 200 033 0-8 9 7

Williamstown 430 302 X-12 8 3

Records-Absegami 7-13; Williamstown 15-8.

(1) Eastern 4, (16) Millville 2

Tom Flacco had a two-run homer in the first for Eastern.

Kyle Cox doubled for Millville.

Millville 001 000 1-2 4 1

Eastern 201 010 0-4 6 1

2B-Cox M. 3B-Bussison E. HR-Flacco E.

WP-Priolo. LP-Clark.

Records-Millville 11-11.

Shore Conference

Red Bank Regional 2,

Pinelands Reg. 0 (10 innings)

Bailey Taylor and Vinnie Bonzinello each doubled for Pinelands Regional in the loss.

Red Bank Regional 000 000 000 2-2 10 0

Pinelands Regional 000 000 000 0-0 2 2

2B-Taylor, Bonzinello PR.

WP-Wikoff 4k. LP-Carney 1k.

Records-Pinelands 5-19.

Nonleague

Wildwood 11,

Wildwood Catholic 1

Anthony Korobellis went 2-for-4 with two doubles, two RBIs and a run scored for Wildwood in a game that ended after six innings on the 10-run rule.

Mikal Poteat also had two doubles, two RBIs and a run scored for the Warriors.

Tyler Norris had two hits for Wildwood Catholic.

Wildwood Catholic 000 100-1 6 3

Wildwood 801 002-11 12 0

2B-Korobellis (2), Poteat (2) W; Laffey WC. 3B-Rucci W.

WP-Bolle 4k. LP-Zampirri 2k.