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.
Mentioned: Rancocas Valley Regional High School | Deptford Township High School | Glassboro High School | Cinnaminson High School | Pitman High School | Haddonfield Memorial High School | Moorestown High School | Kingsway Regional High School | Shawnee High School | Bridgeton | Buena | Burlington City | Burlington Township | Collingswood | Cumberland | Egg Harbor Township | Holy Spirit | Maple Shade | Middle Township | New Egypt | Oakcrest | Pennsville | Riverside | West Deptford | Wildwood | Overbrook (NJ) | Washington Twp.
Megan Comunale recorded the fourth shutout of the season for fourth-ranked Bishop Eustace, but the host Crusaders (5-0-1) were unable to put any of their 21 shots past Peddie School netminder Carolyn Horner, ending the nonleague match in a scoreless draw.
Andie Fennimore’s second half goal, off a pass from Emily Bausher, and shutout goaltending by Katie Francis (nine saves) lifted New Egypt (5-0, 3-0) over host Florence, 1-0, and gave the Warriors the Freedom Division lead.
Eastern girls’ soccer coach Jamie McGroarty celebrated his 250th career victory yesterday, when the fifth-ranked Vikings jumped on top early and held off host Cinnaminson, 3-2, in a nonleague match.
Kelsey Long opened the scoring less than 2 minutes into the match and Eastern (4-1) went on to build a three-goal lead by intermission. Sydney Certullo and Madison Tiernan also scored for the Vikings, while Vicky Schuarski and Ali Stuffo tallied for the Pirates (2-2).
Ocean City senior captain Julie Burnell made 11 saves in posting her third consecutive shutout, and the visiting Red Raiders received balanced scoring to knock off ninth-ranked Egg Harbor Township, 3-0.
Fran Babore, Jillian Baltz and Leia Shutz each had a goal for Ocean City, which improved to 2-0-1. The 3-1 Eagles had won their first three matches by a combined score of 8-0.
Mentioned: Rancocas Valley Regional High School | Cinnaminson High School | Mainland Regional High School | Audubon Jr./Sr. High School | Collingswood | Eastern | Egg Harbor Township | Gateway | Haddon Heights | Lindenwold | Maple Shade | Middle Township | New Egypt | Northern Burlington | Ocean City | Our Lady of Mercy | Vineland | Woodbury
Mainland gave up a tying goal with 12 minutes left in regulation but rebounded with Jason Schwab’s penalty-kick goal in overtime to beat host Oakcrest, 3-2, Monday in Cape-Atlantic League boys’ soccer.
Schwab’s goal, scored one minute into overtime, was his second of the contest.
Oakcrest tied the game on Tommy Aguirre’s goal off a corner kick with 12 minutes to play in regulation.
Mentioned: Pitman High School | Mainland Regional High School | Audubon Jr./Sr. High School | Atlantic City | Bordentown | Burlington City | Burlington Township | Haddon Heights | Millville | New Egypt | Northern Burlington | Oakcrest | Paulsboro | Penns Grove | St. Augustine | Vineland | Overbrook (NJ)
Kayla Pagnani scored three goals before spending some time in goal in relief of Jess Dixon (five saves) and making a pair of saves, highlighting Bordentown’s 7-1 Burlington County League win over visiting New Egypt.
Alex McTamney scored twice.
Moorestown’s balanced attack produced a 5-0 win at Maple Shade with single goals by Maria Brew, Jess Kerwin, Katrina Martinelli, Carly Taglienti and Nicole Varela.
Brooke Hullings broke a scoreless tie with 7 minutes, 33 seconds left in overtime, wrapping up Delran’s 1-0 thriller in Burlington County action at Pemberton.
Gianna Andreula rapped in a goal in the fourth minute of the second half for the only offense New Egypt needed to trip visiting Northern Burlington, 1-0. Warriors goalie Katie Francis made 10 saves.
Cinnaminson dominated host Burlington Township, 5-0, with a defense that allowed no shots on goal. The Pirates’ Jaima Dell-Priscoli, Sam Faber, Mark Jack, Melissa Jones and Ashley Lippincott each scored a goal.
Sophomore Tara Ballay scored her second goal of the match four minutes into the second overtime period, giving host Delran a 2-1 triumph over Burlington Township in a Burlington County League thriller.
The teams traded first-half goals, with Dana Feuerhammer tallying for Township, then the goalies took over — with the Bears’ Breanna Brown making six saves and Morgan Bennett turning aside 15 shots for the Falcons.
In another Burlco match, Kathleen Wolff connected on a direct free kick midway through the second half and Erica McCool preserved the lead by making 10 saves, making host Moorestown a 1-0 winner over Cinnaminson.
Victoria Vasapolli victimized New Egypt’s defense four times — enabling host Burlington City to double up the Warriors, 4-2.
Julia Logan and Shambree Bonner combined for two goals and two assists host Northern Burlington defeated Pemberton, 3-0.
Mentioned: Deptford Township High School | Camden Catholic High School | Cinnaminson High School | Moorestown High School | Burlington City | Burlington Township | Clayton | Cumberland | Delran | Gateway | Gloucester | Highland | New Egypt | Pennsville | Salem | Schalick | Seneca | West Deptford | Wildwood Catholic | Willingboro | Winslow Township | Sacred Heart NJ
Erica Mecchella set up a first-half goal and converted a penalty stroke early in the second half, helping host Gloucester hold off Glassboro, 3-1, in a Tri-County Conference match.
Angela Harris and Johanna James also scored for the Lions, while Glassboro’s goal came off the stick of Alexis Mazzeo.
In other Tri-County Conference matches:
Gabby D’Amico put in a pair of first-half goals and Alyssa Wileczek made the lead stand up, stopping four shots, to make host Clearview a 2-0 winner over Williamstown.
Mentioned: Clearview Regional High School | Rancocas Valley Regional High School | Camden Catholic High School | Glassboro High School | Cinnaminson High School | Haddonfield Memorial High School | Audubon Jr./Sr. High School | Bishop Eustace | Bridgeton | Buena | Burlington City | Collingswood | Cumberland | Florence | Gateway | Gloucester | Haddon Heights | Highland | Maple Shade | Middle Township | Moorestown Friends | New Egypt | Paulsboro | Pemberton | Pennington | Seneca | Sterling | Timber Creek | Triton | West Deptford | Wildwood | Williamstown | Winslow Township | Woodbury | Overbrook (NJ)
In South Jersey football action on Saturday:
Burlington City 34, New Egypt 12 - Devon Jones and Charles Jones are not related, but the Burlington City running backs had New Egypt defenders seeing double.
The Jones tandem combined to rush for 235 yards and four touchdowns in leading host Burlington City to victory in a Burlco/Olympic Freedom Division football opener.
Devon Jones picked up 128 yards and three TDs on 11 carries, while Charles Jones rolled up 107 yards on nine rushes — including a 34-yard scoring burst.
Shaquan Hall added 74 yards receiving, with a 40-yard catch that extended City’s lead to 20-6 just before intermission.
(We will be updating this as the information comes in)
Cinnaminson has postponed its football game tonight with Palmyra. The game has been rescheduled for 6 p.m. Monday.
Cinnaminson athletic director Jim Weber said all sporting events have been postponed.
Mentioned: New Egypt | Cinnaminson High School | Lindenwold | Palmyra | West Deptford | Rancocas Valley Regional High School | Moorestown High School | Bordentown | Pitman High School | Clayton | Collingswood | Gloucester | Schalick | Clearview Regional High School | Cherry Hill High School East | Washington Twp. | Gloucester County Tech | Woodstown | Sacred Heart NJ | Northern Burlington | Pemberton | Woodbury | Deptford Township High School | Cumberland | Delsea | Highland | Lenape High School | Lenape High School | Eastern | Eastern