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Friday football roundup

Here is the Friday football roundup

Friday football roundup

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Here is the Friday football roundup

Washington Township went to the air against visiting Rancocas Valley and Nick Valori’s passing led the Minutemen to a 41-7 Burlco/Olympic American Division win.
Valori completed 30 of 34 passes for 236 yards and five touchdowns as part of Township’s (3-0 overall, 2-0 division) 493 yards of total offense.
Adam Marcucci caught eight passes and scored twice, and when Township moved on the ground, Charlie Huff gained 106 yards rushing, including an 18-yard run for the game’s first TD.

Shawnee 31, Moorestown 6— Shawnee (1-2, 1-1) spotted visiting Moorestown (1-2, 0-2) a 6-0 lead before rallying in the Liberty Division matchup to win its first game.
Ed Royds scored on runs of 17 and 19 yards, and Ben Schwing also had a pair of TDs covering 2 and 70 yards.
Brian Garganio was 4 for 4 on conversion kicks and finished the game’s scoring with a 37-yard field goal.

New Egypt 22, Riverside 7 —Jamel Smith’s 70-yard kick return for a touchdown after a safety was the spark for the Warriors’ (1-2, 1-2) win over visiting Riverside (0-2, 0-1).

Colonial Conference

Chip Davis and J.P. Marquess combined for 147 of Haddonfield’s 322 rushing yards and they piled up four touchdowns while igniting Haddonfield’s 54-13 romp against visiting Overbrook.
Davis scored on runs of 21, 15 and 3 yards, and Marquess led the Bulldogs in rushing with 83 yards on eight carries. Marquess also made a dozen tackles on defense.

West Deptford 47, Collingswood 6 — Six first-half touchdowns carried West Deptford (3-0) to a win at Collingswood (1-2). Jimmy Owens led the Eagles with 14 carries for 187 yards and two touchdowns, and Ken Tamasitis scored three times.

Tri-County Conference

Kingsway (2-1, 2-1) scored in every quarter of its 31-7 Royal Division victory over visiting Deptford (0-3, 0-2).
Rasheed Williams, a 6-foot, 195-pound senior, was the Dragons’ catalyst, running for TDs of 31, 47 and 24 yards.

Cape-Atlantic League

Tejay Johnson, a 6-foot-2, 180-pound senior, provided all of the touchdowns for Egg Harbor Township (3-0, 3-0) in a 21-0 American Conference shutout at Oakcrest (1-2, 1-2).
Johnson found the end zone at the end of runs of 76 and 6 yards on his way to a 116-yard rushing performance on 10 carries. He also caught a 23-yard TD pass from Scott Miller.

Holy Spirit 48, Middle Township 6 — Nigel Jones’ 63-yard TD run was part of a 118-yard running effort, and Donte Pollock scored three TDs, including a 24-yard return of a blocked punt, as the Spartans (3-0, 3-0) returned from Middle (0-2, 0-2) with a big win.
Middle’s Nolan Quinn collected 126 yards on 10 carries.

Bridgeton 26, Buena 13 —Senior running back Mike Cisrow piled up 246 yards on 33 carries and scored the last two TDs for Bridgeton (2-1, 2-1) in an impressive win over the visiting Chiefs (1-1, 1-1).

Nonleague

Glassboro, which has outscored its three opponents 102-19 this season, improved to 3-0 with a 29-7 victory over visiting Cumberland (0-3).
Brandon Stephens opened the scoring with a 15-yard touchdown pass to Dillon Marrone, and Paul James dominated the rest of the contest. James, a junior tailback, ran for 192 yards and two touchdowns on 17 carries.
The Bulldogs’ defense featured a 68-yard interception return for a touchdown by Shaefon Davis.

Burlington Twp. 35, Burlington City 6 — Vinnie Pini scored on a run and a pass reception, steering Burlington Township (3-0) past its visiting city rival.
Quarterback Justin Barner directed the Falcons’ attack, hitting Pini and T.J. Maderia with scoring passes, and also scoring on a 1-yard sneak.
City (1-1) got on the scoreboard late with O.J. Johnson’s 83-yard scoring dash.

Cinnaminson 31, Maple Shade 6 —The Pirates (3-0), buoyed by a 10-play, 56-yard scoring drive after the opening kickoff, won the early battle of unbeatens with a defense that held visiting Maple Shade (2-1) to 28 yards on the ground and 138 yards in total offense.
Michael Gallo scored on a pair of 1-yard runs, and Anthony Clayton had the game’s big play when he returned a punt 53 yards for a touchdown.
Eric Riley followed Clayton’s TD with a key score, running 3 yards to the end zone with just 18 seconds left before halftime for a 21-0 lead.

Pennsville 35, Wildwood 7 —Ken Emmons contributed 126 passing yards, 96 rushing yards and a pair of touchdown passes to Pennsville’s win over the visiting Warriors (0-2).
Tim Haslett ran for three touchdowns on his way to a 94-yard performance.

Wilmington Friends 14, Pitman 0 —Pitman quarterback Nick Capella completed 11 of 17 passes for 119 yards, but the host Panthers (1-2) fell short against Wilmington Friends.

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