N.J.: Saturday Football

Northern Burlington’s defense held visiting Woodrow Wilson to 158 total yards, while Derek Antonucci played a key role in the offense that drove the Greyhounds to a 13-0 win Saturday in Burlco/Olympic Patriot Division football.

Antonucci, a 5-foot-11, 190-pound senior, carried the ball 17 times for 85 yards, and scored the game’s first touchdown on a 7-yard dash.

Dan Van Mater added the insurance touchdown on one of his three carries. Northern (1-2 overall, 1-2 division) had 136 yards on the ground.

Wilson’s (0-3, 0-3) Charles Still was limited to 38 yards on 10 carries.

Cherokee 36, Cherry Hill East 0 — Andy Martin connected with Mike Zeuli for touchdown passes of 4 and 30 yards for two of Martin’s three TD strikes in the American Division shutout at East (0-3, 0-3). Zeuli also scored on a 60-yard run for the only score by the Chiefs (3-0, 2-0) in the second half.

Colonial Conference

Aaron Tilden ran for 110 yards and two TDs, and had 47 yards in receptions from Kevin Johnson (7 for 11, 152 yards), including a 46-yard TD, igniting Paulsboro (3-0) in a 44-0 shutout of visiting Gateway (0-3).


St. Joseph (2-1, 2-1) piled up 371 rushing yards, including 100 or more each by Sean Clark and Gordon Hill, en route to a 49-0 National Conference triumph over visiting Pleasantville (0-3, 0-3).

Hill gained 113 yards and scored three touchdowns on just seven carries, and Clark reached 100 yards on eight runs and scored twice. One of Hill’s touchdowns was a 28-yard catch from Darryl Smith (94 passing yards).


Triton’s first win was a 21-6 verdict at Camden (1-2) in which John Locascio threw for one touchdown and ran for another.
The defense of the Mustangs (1-2) contributed with Dan Bekier’s 25-yard return of an interception.

Penns Grove 28, Salem 0 — The solid defense of Penns Grove (2-0) was led by Corey Ransome’s two sacks and three tackles, and Cory Mills’ three tackles and one interception of a Salem (0-2) pass.

Woodstown 22, Clayton 0 — Cory Makos of Woodstown (1-2) scored on runs of 56 and 6 yards, highlighting the shutout of host Clayton (0-1).

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