Mike Ancona’s 29-yard rushing touchdown gave Clearview a 14-7 win over Kingsway in double-overtime on Friday night in a game that didn’t see its first score until the fourth quarter. The Dragons had a final chance on the ensuing possession from nine yards out on fourth down, but their pass fell incomplete.

Elias Collins put the first points of the game on the board with a 16-yard run and Nicholas Tanzola converted the PAT to give Kingsway a 7-0 lead. Ancona then found Rashaan Thompkins for a 23-yard touchdown reception with 2 minutes, 14 seconds remaining in regulation to tie the game after Hunter Logan’s converted PAT. Clearview did have a chance to win the game in regulation, but a 45-yard field goal attempt from Logan went wide left with just under 11 seconds remaining. Both teams missed field goals in the first overtime, Kingsway from 32 yards away and Clearview from 54.

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Xavier Coleman’s four-touchdown night helped Lenape cruise past Tottenville (N.Y.), 41-21. The Indians returned three kickoffs for touchdowns, including two by Coleman.

Coleman began his night with a one-yard rushing touchdown to give Lenape an early 14-0 lead on a drive that was set up by a defensive fumble recovery. He then scored his first of two kickoff returns from 90-yards out in the third quarter, giving the Indians a 29-7 lead. His next came with 22 seconds remaining in the quarter, this for 88 yards. Coleman capped his night off with a 31-yard touchdown reception in the fourth quarter that extended Lenape’s lead to 42-15.

The Indians began the game with a Connor Kennedy 90-yard opening-kickoff return for a touchdown, their first of three kickoff return scores on the night.

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Cinnaminson overcame a 10-7 halftime deficit by scoring 14 unanswered points to beat Delran, 21-10. Carmen Saginario’s three-yard rush and A.J. Torres’ 19-yard run in the third quarter lifted the Pirates.

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Matt Wesley threw two touchdowns and rushed for one to lead Shawnee over Rancocas Valley, 45-7. The Renegades took a commanding 30-0 lead going into halftime. The Shawnee defense forced two safeties and scored on a one-yard fumble recovery. A.J. Hugee’s 90-yard kickoff return put Rancocas Valley on the board in the first half, but it was too little too late, already down 30-7. Shawnee responded with their second safety, a Dom Frigiola 45-yard touchdown reception and a Jaylen Horsley two-yard rush.

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Williamstown beat Vineland, 28-7, behind two Chris Foreman rushing touchdowns and a Taylor Robinson pick-six. Robinson’s 37-yard interception score gave the Braves a 21-0 lead in the third quarter before Ryan Shelton found Jonathan Toney for a Vineland touchdown to cut the lead to 14. Forman scored his second of the night from a yard out to bring the lead back to 21 while the Williamstown defense held the Fighting Clan scoreless in the fourth quarter.

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Moorestown broke a 7-7 halftime tie by scoring 17 unanswered points to beat Seneca, 24-14. Jonathan Miller scored from 26-yards out on the ground to break the tie, as Nathan Mendy then tacked on a field goal and Robert Damerjian tallied his second rushing touchdown of the night to give the Quakers a 24-7 lead over the Golden Eagles in the fourth quarter.

Girls’ Soccer

Isabella Iervolino’s game-winning goal in overtime led Maple Shade to a 5-4 win over Medford Tech. After leading 2-0, the Wildcats gave up four unanswered goals before Kayla Olesky’s penalty kick brought them to within one with 10 minutes left in regulation. Fallon McGraw tied the game minutes later to tie the game at four.

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After both teams were held scoreless in the first half, Delran tacked on three goals in the first 20 minutes of the second half to beat Pemberton, 3-0.

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Aileen Fallon notched her first career win as the head coach of Haddon Township, shutting out Overbrook, 7-0. Danielle Bishop and Sydney Farnham scored two goals apiece, while Keagan McGovern had two assists.

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Olivia Giordano’s goal with 26 minutes and 48 seconds remaining in the second half proved to be the difference in Millville’s 2-1 win over Hammonton. Kyra Parsons had 10 saves for the Thunderbolts. Jada Thompson scored for Hammonton.

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Kennedy Garcia, Cameron Maruca and Hanna Reinhard scored a goal each to lead Rancocas Valley past Clearview, 3-1.

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Salem blanked Cumberland, 4-0. Genevieve Bechard led the Rams with two goals.

Boys’ Soccer

Jose Botello’s two goals led Maple Shade in its 6-0 win over Medford Tech. John Galloway, Timur Rozikov, Jose Silva and Manuel Trejo all had a goal each.

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Lindenwold held Woodbury scoreless, winning 4-0. Ezequiel Estrada, Jesus Llanes, Fernando Lobo and Brando Rodriguez had a goal each.

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Charles McCormick scored a goal and notched two assists in Gateway’s 6-1 win over Paulsboro. Pheneus Lightfoot scored the Red Raiders’ lone goal.

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CJ Gee and Josh Pereira netted a goal apiece to lead Cinnaminson over Burlington Township, 2-0.

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Austin Carbone scored the only goal of the game, as Audubon beat Woodstown, 1-0.

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Carlos DeLaRoca netted two goals in Riverside’s 4-1 win over Burlington City. The Rams took a 3-1 lead going into halftime.

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Clearview outlasted Kingsway in overtime, 2-1. Jack Accorsi had the game-winning goal for the Pioneers.

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Egg Harbor Township beat Delsea behind Kevin Aguiriano’s two goals.

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Field Hockey

Courtney Farren scored four goals as Gateway shut out Paulsboro, 9-0.

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Marley Lane’s goal proved to be the only one of the game, as Woodbury beat Lindenwold, 1-0.

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Cherokee and Shawnee went to overtime but neither could capitalize, resulting in a 3-3 tie.

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Four players scored a goal each to lead Rancocas Valley to a 4-0 win over Bordentown. The Red Devils went into halftime up 1-0.