Here is Friday's roundup:
Calvary Christian 34, Tower Hill (Del.) 7 — The host Cougars got a three touchdowns from tailback Ian Richardson and dominated throughout.
Mike Reichenbach, the quarterback and son of the Calvary Christian coach and ex-Philadelphia Eagle by the same name, scored on a 60-yard run off a quarterback keeper.
One of Richardson’s touchdowns was a 77-yard kickoff return in the fourth quarter after Tower Hill closed the gap to 28-7.
He also scored on runs of 1 and 23 yards.
Calvary Christian got stellar linebacking play from Patrick Franklin (nine tackles) and Ryan Freeman (eight tackles).
Jake Heilman scored the only defensive points of the day when he picked up a fumble and rumbled 39 yards for a touchdown.
Phil Curry made his first four extra points for the Cougars.
Richardson finished his day with 76 yards on 17 carries.
Morrisville 37, Princeton Day (N.J.) 7 — Matt Cookson found Eric Wilcox for a pair of scores as the visiting Bulldogs rolled to an easy win.
Abington 38, Plymouth Whitemarsh 0 — Julian Ireland rushed for two touchdowns as the host Ghosts rolled to the easy win over their rivals.
It’s been a rough couple of weeks for PW, a onetime powerhouse. The Colonials were blanked, 56-0, by LaSalle last week.
Two of the Abington touchdowns were set up by long passes from quarterback Sam Kind to wide receiver Anthony Hensley.
Pennsbury 24, Frankford 12 — The host Falcons built a 24-0 lead and then coasted past the Pioneers in a battle between powerhouses in their respective leagues.
Dante Devine scored on runs of 23 and 6 yards for the Falcons, while Joe Brown Pennsbury on the scoreboard on the second quarter on a short touchdown run.
Kicker Corte Rumph had a good game for Pennsbury (2-0), connecting on a 24-yard field goal in addition to all three of his extra-point attempts.
The Pioneers made the final score respectable on a 64-yard run by Tyrell Martin and a 2-yard run by Zaire Anderson, both in the second half.
Devine, a tailback, finished with 126 yards on 15 carries.
Pennsbury opened its season with a 34-3 win last week over fellow Fairless Hills (Bucks County) school Conwell-Egan.
Frankford fell to 0-2.
Central Bucks West 8, William Tennent 7 — A snap that sailed over the punter’s head went through the end zone with 3:19 left and gave the host Bucks the win.
The Bucks then had a defensive stop and ran out the clock to end the game.
Quakertown 28, Upper Merion 6 — The visiting Panthers posted their second impressive win, thanks to a pair of touchdown runs by Tony Latronica and an 80-yard Tyler Burke kickoff return in the third quarter.
Upper Perkiomen 34, Upper Dublin 0 — Shawn Wenhold scored three first-half touchdowns for the Indians, two on runs from scrimmage and one on a 63-yard punt return, to help forge a 28-0 lead at the half.
Neshaminy 13, Hatboro-Horsham 6 — Kyran Kervick intercepted a pass and took it 19 yards for the game-winning score with 45 seconds left in the third quarter.
The Redskins controlled the play throughout much of the game, thanks to the punishing running of Bryan Dean (29 carries, 110 yards).
St. Augustine (N.J.) 34, Roman Catholic 17 — The visiting Cahillites led, 3-0, for most of the first half, thanks to Chris Haber’s 25-yard field goal in the first quarter. St. Augustine, the No. 5-ranked team in the Inquirer’s South Jersey Top 10, took control with a 14-point third quarter.
Father Judge 28, Northeast 6 — Owen Radtke’s 26-yard field goal gave the visiting Crusaders a lead they would not relinquish. The longest touchdown for Father Judge (2-0) was a 30-yard pass from Tony Smith to John Donahue.
Upper Moreland 47, Pottstown 14 — Chris Smallwood rushed for 286 yards and five touchdowns as the host Golden Bears dominated.
Bishop McDevitt 27, Cheltenham 14 — Andrew Siegfried scored a pair of touchdowns as the visiting Lancers won the first night game over their neighborhood rivals.
Owen J. Roberts 31, West Chester East 6 — Ryan Brumfield gained 260 yards on 23 carries and scored four touchdowns for the host Wildcats. Last year, Brumfield rushed for 2,264 yards.
Bristol 29, New Hope-Solebury 14 — The Warriors rudely welcomed New Hope-Solebury back to football after a 79-year absence. The Lions last fielded a team in 1930. Woodrow Vorters rushed for 177 yards to lead Bristol.
Pennridge 20, Bensalem 0 — Jesse Knepp scored on a 55-yard run in the first quarter and added a 30-yard pass from Kyle Peters in the second quarter as the visiting Rams coasted to the win in Lower Bucks County.
Pennridge added a fourth-quarter touchdown on a 3-yard run by Ian Walbridge.
Junior tailback Sam Dixon-Dugan gained 106 yards on 15 carries and scored twice for Ridley in its 39-0 win at Lower Merion. Colin Masterson also tossed a pair of touchdown passes for the Green Raiders, who also got a pair of short touchdown runs from Jalen Randolph.
Marple Newtown 24, Springfield (D) 6 — The Tigers’ defense followed their shutout of Archbishop Ryan with another suffocating performance, this time on the road.
The Tigers (2-0) not only stopped the Cougars on all but one drive, but also scored a defensive touchdown. Billy Weaverling recovered a fumble in the end zone.
Marple Newtown scored in four ways: Fumble recovery, run, touchdown pass and a field goal. Adam Fender connected on a 36-yard field goal for the Tigers’ final three points and that was made all the more impressive by the fact it was successful despite a windswept rain.
Steve Turetsky caught a 25-yard pass from Ryan Gerhardt to give the visiting Pennington (N.J.) Lions a 6-0 lead over Lower Moreland Friday. Pennington went on to win. 25-6.
Mike Stewart scored both goals for host Shipley in its 2-1 win over nonleague rival Episcopal Academy. Stewart scored a goal in each half for the Gators, who got seven saves from Nick Irvine.
Chris Pawlowski scored twice as LaSalle earned a 3-0 win at Monsignor Bonner. The Explorers scored two second-half goals and got five saves from goalkeeper Steve Kelly. Kevin Pioprowicz scored the other LaSalle goal.
Pioneer Athletic Conference
Eric Giovagnoli scored a pair of first-half goals to help host Spring-Ford past Perkiomen Valley, 2-0.
Methacton remained unbeaten with a 3-0 nonleague win over visiting Marple Newtown behind Amanda Broderick’s two goals and Nicole Battista’s two assists. Leanne Heuer’s goal in the 67th minute turned out to be the game-winner for the Warriors (3-0), whose Alyssa Ardman recorded five saves to earn her second shutout in goal.
In other nonleague games:
Freshman Charlotte Moureaud scored midway through the first half and the lead held up for host Harriton in a 2-0 win over Germantown Friends. Garbielle Wawro added an insurance goal in the second half for the Rams (3-0).
Ali Herman had eight saves for the Rams to post her second shutout of the season.
Kristina Zahan scored a sudden-death penalty kick to give Episcopal Academy a 2-1 overtime win over Cardinal O’Hara in a semfinal game.
Zahan was the eighth penalty taker for the Churchwomen, who advanced to Saturday's 7 p.m. championship game. Kristen Hinckley scored the other goal for Episcopal Academy. Kelsey Verica scored for the Lions.
Pennridge scored a goal in each half to control a 2-0 Suburban One Continental League win over visiting Norristown. Kacie McCreesh and Sarah York scored the goals.
Unique Jefferson’s 20 kills helped Furness to a 30-28, 25-20, 25-20 Public League win over visiting Simon Gratz.