After a scoreless first quarter, Vineland scored 60 unanswered points to roll to a 60-6 win over Cumberland on Friday. Nihym Anderson scored four total touchdowns, a trio of 33-yard runs, a 51-yard run, and a 30-yard fumble return. Isaih Pacheco ran for two touchdowns of 55 and 25 yards, respectively. He added a 70-yard punt return for good measure. The Fighting Clan improves to a perfect 4-0, and will host Clearview on October 14.
Gateway 47, Maple Shade 12: Matt Goetz threw for two scores, both caught by Logan Cruet, and added another on the ground as the Gators defeated the Wildcats. Kyle Albeser and Enrique Marquez added scores on the ground. Derrick Parker's interception return for a touchdown made the score 40-6 at halftime. Evan Wilkerson added a 20-yard run. Gateway enters a bye week at 3-1, and will host Glassboro on October 13.
Holy Cross 14, Florence 7: Tim Petrucelli rushed for two touchdowns of six and 13 yards in the Lancers' 14-7 vicotry over the Flashes. Holy Cross will take on Willingboro at home on October 6.
Pleasantville 29, Schalick 16: Greyhounds' quarterback Shamir Jones ran for the go-ahead score with 6:08 remaining in the 29-16 triumph over the Cougars. Jones threw a 14-yard touchdown to Elijah Glover. Pleasantville will take on Holy Spirit next week on the road. Holy Spirit beat Delsea, 43-35, in overtime on Friday.
Gloucester Catholic 20, Middle Township 12: The Rams jumped out to an early 13-0 lead, and held on to beat the Panthers, 20-12. Deshaun Harris rushed for two scores, including a 52-yarder in the first-half. Danny Deangelis threw a touchdown pass to Dameal Rudolph. Nick Nocella and Matt Gray contributed with interceptions. Gloucester Catholic will host Wildwood on October 7.
Shawnae Keith scored five goals Friday for the Overbrook girls' soccer team in a 6-3 win against visiting Glassboro. Kaitlyn Blaylock tallied theo final goal for the Rams. Glassboro got a goal each from Olivia Beltran, Ava Powell and Kimberly Sorbello.
Kieran Lees notched the only goal of the match in the first half as Moorestown Friends edged visiting Palmyra, 1-0. Maura Scott made 18 saves in the loss.
Marlene Gonzalez scored a hat trick to lift Deptford past Gloucester Catholic, 4-0, at home. Leah Giles had three assists while Olivia Carter chipped in a goal.
Caitlin Phillips scored twice for Florence and Sandra Cosenzo, Rebekka Johnston and Gaby Obayanju added a goal each in a 5-0 win against visiting Pennsauken. Kayla Brown made 25 saves between the posts for the visitors.
Rancocas Valley got a pair of goals from Caroline Rockhill and a goal from Alexis Linton to top Delran, 3-1, at home. Kaitryn Cloud tallied the lone strike for Delran.
Allison Bimmer tallied a pair of goals, including the game winner in the first overtime to lead Maple Shade past host Pemberton, 2-1, in Burlington County League action. Marissa Rosario equalized for the Hornets in the second half.
Jackie Giordano, Carly Gregg and Lauren O'Neill each scored for Collingswood in a hard-fought 3-2 win against Colonial Conference rival Audubon. Gabby Bobo and Rachel Hershey scored a goal apiece for host Audubon.
Hannah Cioffi found the back of the cage three times and Jenna Georgette and Giovanna Laganella added a goal each to lift Pitman past Cumberland, 5-2, in Tri-County Conference action.
Regan Dougherty notched a hat trick and Olivia Parker added a goal for Haddon Township in a 4-1 win against visiting Overbrook. Siani Carpenter had the lone strike for Overbrook.
Lauren Cates and Amanda Cooper scored two goals apiece to lead Moorestown Friends to a 5-0 win against visiting Riverside. Kelvia Williams made 12 saves for the Rams.
Northern Burlington got goals from Megan Berg and Jamie Specca in the first half to blank host Pennsauken, 2-0. Aida Ingram made 13 saves for the visitors.
Moorestown edged Rancocas Valley, 2-0, thanks to goals by Kayla Frank and Avery Powell. Kristen Adams made 18 saves in the cage to earn the shutout.
Nick Hazel scored four times for Florence in a 6-0 win against visiting Trenton Catholic. Gagandip Kaler and Nick Yurcho each added a goal in the win.
Glassboro got a goal each from Ian Carter and Sinan Tuzcu to shut out Sterling, 2-0, at home.
Michael Torres scored twice as host Hammonton routed Wildwood, 7-2, in Tri-County Conference play. Christopher Barts, Cole Chiumento, Thomas Dawson, Robert Gardner and Vincent Petulla each added goal in the victory.
Akeem Sterling tallied the lone strike of the match in the first half to lift Mainland past Middle Township, 1-0, on the road. Matt Stellitano made seven saves to earn the shutout.
Jordan Tracy notched a pair of goals to lead Medford Tech past Paulsboro, 6-0. Devon Gumaer, Eric Henshaw, Howard Holden and Mitchell Hughes also scored for the hosts.