Ten was a perfect number for Lower Moreland running back Sean Duffy on Saturday.
Duffy scored four touchdowns, three from 10 yards out, as the Lions rolled over visiting Delco Christian, 46-14, in a Bicentennial League game.
Duffy gave the Lions (5-4 overall, 5-1 league) a 7-0 lead on a 22-yard run, then followed that up with three 10-yard touchdown runs. In between, Brandon Kennedy scored on a 50-yard pass from Frank Gleason and Tom Parisse scored on a 60-yard interception return to help the Lions take control.
Delco Christian, playing its first year of varsity football, slipped to 1-7, 1-6.
Cedric Madden helped host Chestnut Hill Academy control the clock with a 29-carry, 140-yard effort on the ground in a 24-6 win over visiting Penn Charter.
Madden, who scored on a 50-yard run to give the Blue Devils a 24-0 lead in the fourth quarter, carried the bulk of the offensive load and teammate Dan Gallagher added 55 yards passing on four completions in nine attempts.
Chestnut Hill Academy (4-4, 3-0) also played superb defense, getting interceptions from Brian Dones and Corbin Booker.
The Quakers (3-5, 0-3) got 133 yards on 17-for-29 passing from quarterback John Loughery.
Anthony Davis scored three touchdowns, one on a fumble recovery, to help Chester past visiting Chichester, 39-0.
Davis scored his two touchdowns from scrimmage in the first quarter to give the Clippers a 13-0 lead. His touchdowns covered 51 and 33 yards. He added a 75-yard fumble return for the final touchdown of the game in the third quarter.
Davis finished with nine carries for 160 yards.
Ian Sholl tossed a pair of touchdown passes to Adam Regensburg and Lee Marvel added 121 yards on the ground as Hill School earned a 41-21 win at Blair Academy (N.J.).
Sholl's first touchdown covered 30 yards and gave the Blues a 7-0 lead. His second, a 15-yarder, gave Hill School a 20-7 lead.
The Blues later added touchdowns on Will Hering's 90-yard kickoff return and Chris Sitko's 52-yard interception return.
In a Class AAAA game at Plymouth Whitemarsh, La Salle, the No. 1-ranked team in The Inquirer's Top 10, rolled to a 31-7 win over rival St. Joseph's Prep. The Explorers are now 8-1, 4-0, while the Hawks dropped to 4-5, 2-2.
Pennington Prep (N.J.) remained on top of the league standings with a 45-26 win over visiting Springfield (Montgomery County).
Marcus Fullmore scored on three short touchdown runs for the Red Raiders (7-1, 4-0), who survived three touchdown passes from the Spartans' Doug Bauer, two to Max Vido.
The Spartans (7-2, 2-2) also got a 5-yard touchdown run from Clay Ewell.