SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ -- South Brunswick scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to rally for a 4-3 baseball victory over Piscataway on Monday.
Justin Cross needed just 76 pitches to throw a complete game and gain the victory for the Vikings (2-2). Cross struck out three batters, walked none and scattered seven hits.
Kyle White ripped two singles and drove in two runs for South Brunswick, which trailed, 3-0, until the bottom of the sixth inning. The Vikings scored one in the sixth and three more in their final at-bat. Matt Lauri singled and scored a run and Mike Slover had a double for South Brunswick.