Pete Galiano fired a pair of touchdown passes to Andrew Racobaldo as Camden Catholic scored a 21-10 victory over Moorestown Saturday in a WJFL Constitution Division game.
Galiano and Racobaldo, a pair of seniors, hooked up for scoring plays covering 21 and 65 yards.
Junior RB Jarred Alwan scored Camden Catholic's other TD on a 6-yard run.
Camden Catholic, No. 4 in The Inquirer Top 10, improved to 7-0.
The game was played in difficult conditions -- snow, rain, sleet and gusting wind. The field was a quagmire.
Moorestown coach Russ Horton called it the "worst" playing conditions he's ever been associated with.
"But it was the same for both teams," Horton said.
Andrew Lisa was 20-for-31 passing for 192 yards for Moorestown (5-3).
The Quakers took a 7-0 lead but the Irish capitalized on a fumbled punt to tie the score on Alwan's run. Galiano's 21-yard TD pass to Racobaldo gave the Irish a 14-7 lead at halftime.
Moorestown pulled within 14-10 on Alex Martinelli's 32-yard FG but on the next play Galiano found Racobaldo for a 65-yard touchdown.
"Pete did a great job finding me on both plays," Racobaldo said.
-- Phil Anastasia