Isaiah Morton blocked a punt and returned it 22 yards for a touchdown Thursday in Deptford’s dominant 44-6 win over Cherry Hill East. The Spartans scored 34 points in the first half.
Quarterback Jamir Robinson had two touchdown passes, both more than 40 yards, as well as a 51-yard touchdown run.
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Lee Chandler and Elijah Jones hauled in the touchdown passes from Robinson. Mikel Hamlet and Gary Pitts added two scores on the ground. Angelina Schilling drilled a 22-yard field goal in the fourth quarter.
JR Cima’s overtime goal lifted Washington Township over Shawnee in the Olympic American battle, 2-1. GianLuca Lockahart also scored for Washington Township. Aidan Lewis notched the lone goal of the afternoon for Shawnee.
Aiden Sommers scored both goals for Triton in a 2-0 shutout of Deptford. Ryan Gale and Tyler Guadagno assisted on the two goals.
Billy Pickering, Drew Ruehlicke and John Verrecchia’s combined to lift Bishop Eustace over Seneca, 3-2. Luke Leach scored both of Seneca’s goals.
Rancocas Valley outlasted Moorestown Friends in a 5-3 victory that included seven second-half goals between the two teams. Jamie King, Ryan McCarthy, Jaliyl Melvin, Eddy Rivera, and Rony Rivera scored for Rancocas Valley. Matt D’Ottavi scored all three of Moorestown Friends’ goals in the second half.
Kelli McGroarty, Cami Silvestro, and Riley Tiernan scored to deliver Eastern a 3-1 win on the road at Lenape. Sara Brocious, Devyn Shapiro and Tiernan assisted on the Vikings’ three goals.
Two second-half goals from Brianna Wons and Sydney Cicha lifted Cherry Hill East over Cherokee, 2-1.
Medford Tech scored four first-half goals in its 6-0 win over STEM Civics Charter. Kylie Barber, Emilie MacCallum, Elizabeth Miller and Savannah Sparks scored for the Jaguars.