Haddonfield's Joe Falana became the second boys' soccer coach in South Jersey history to reach 600 career victories on Wednesday, when the Bulldogs rallied for a 3-2 win at Sterling.

Trailing the Colonial Conference match at halftime, Haddonfield pulled even when Sam Ottenberg scored off a scramble in front of the net. Brendan Werner's corner kick bent inside the post to put the Bulldogs ahead with 5 minutes to go in regulation.

Shawnee coach Brian Gibney is South Jersey's all-time winningest coach, with 656 wins.

In other Colonial Conference matches:

Kevin LaFleur stopped six shots to secure the shutout and received offensive support from Ian Kirkpatrick and Bob Tegan, lifting host Audubon over Woodbury, 2-0.

Ryan Wells converted a penalty kick and set up one of Ryan Gavin's three goals, highlighting Gateway's 4-0 triumph over visiting Lindenwold.

Zach Curl's pair of assists steered Haddon Township's balanced attack past visiting Paulsboro, 4-0.

James Hicks, Matt Taylor and Nate Weaver supplied the scoring for Haddon Heights in a 3-1 win at Collingswood.

Olympic. Jim Bottini scored twice in the first half for Cherokee, which parlayed a fast start into a 3-0 win at Lenape.

Francis Kailondo headed in Jorge Nava's corner kick with 2 minutes to go in regulation, giving host Winslow Township a dramatic 1-0 victory over Pennsauken.

Burlington County. Travis Ward knocked in a pass from Eric Wig 5 minutes into overtime, making New Egypt a 1-0 winner over visiting Bordentown. Kyle Ingenbrandt made five saves in shutting down the Scotties.

Ryan Sanders of host Rancocas Valley stopped seven shots, and Burlington Township goalie Ryan Liberty made three saves as the teams played to a scoreless tie.

Cape-Atlantic. Christopher Miller fed Chase Tenbrook for the game-winning goal with 1 minute, 20 seconds left in the second half, as St. Augustine pulled out a 1-0 victory at Hammonton. Hermits keeper James Higbee earned the shutout with five saves.

Tristan Johns ended the scoring drought in the second half, and Ocean City goalie Kieran Keyser (three saves) made the lead stand up as the host Red Raiders edged Millville, 1-0.

Anthony Maruca put Absegami ahead 7 minutes into the second half, and Ryan Taylor (four saves) kept host Oakcrest off the scoreboard for a 1-0 win.

Nonleague. Jesse Hamilton scored twice, including a penalty kick, and Corey Hamilton contributed a goal and an assist as host Maple Shade picked up the pace in the second half to pull away from Moorestown Friends, 5-2.