The Cumberland County College baseball team swept a doubleheader against Ocean County College 5-4 and 4-2 on Saturday to extend its winning streak to 21 games.

The Dukes, ranked No. 1 in the country among National Junior College Athletic Association Division III programs, improved to 29-2.

Brian Bromly (5-0) earned the win with five innings of relief pitching. He struck out three Vikings and walked none. Cumberland’s Dylan Scaranda doubled in Ryan McIsaac with the winning run in the ninth inning.

McIsaac had three hits. Donnie Stone and Scaranda each got two. Vinny Napolitano hit his eighth home run of the season.

In the second game, Stone hit a two-run homer, and Tyler Knox hit a solo homer.

Winning pitcher Jose Rodriguez (3-1) struck out seven in six innings. Joe Nestel earned the save, striking out three in two innings.

The Dukes’ next game is Tuesday at home against Camden County College. They also will play at home Thursday against ASA-Brooklyn and Saturday in a doubleheader against Northampton (Pa.) Community College.

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