A balanced offensive attack led by quarterback Mason Jones and running back Will Dogba keyed Neshaminy's 42-14 nonleague victory over Downingtown West.

Jones had an efficient first half throwing the ball. He completed six of 13 passes for 180 yards and two touchdowns, the first to Mike Garlick and the second to Cory Joyce. Both passes were more than 50 yards.

Dogba carried 12 times for 74 yards and a touchdown in that same span.

Mike Crescenzo replaced Dogba in the fourth quarter and iced the game with two rushing touchdowns.

Neshaminy is ranked fifth in southeastern Pennsylvania by The Inquirer.

In other nonleague action:

No. 8 Malvern Prep 21, No. 6 La Salle 12: Kevin Doyle threw for one touchdown and ran for another for the Friars at Franklin Field.

No. 3 North Penn 38, Pennsbury 0: Nick Udinski completed 19 of 23 passes for 315 yards in the first half for the visiting No. 3 Knights.

Interboro 36, Neumann-Goretti 0: Matt DiSands had three interceptions for the visiting Buccaneers and Chris Thomas carried 15 times for 96 yards.

Perkiomen Valley 38, No. 10 Pennridge 20: Stephen Sturm threw for 300 yards and three touchdowns in the first half for the host Vikings. Justin Jaworski accounted for 227 of those yards and scored two touchdowns.

Upper Moreland 41, Upper Perkiomen 34: Sterlen Barr rushed for 211 yards and three touchdowns for the host Bears.

Souderton 42, Hatboro-Horsham 27: Koby KLahn rushed for 127 yards and five touchdowns for the visiting Indians.

Central League

Anthony Paoletti threw for over 200 yards for the third straight week and host Marple Newtown defeated Radnor, 28-7.

Paoletti added 100 rushing yards and three touchdowns.

Boys' Soccer

Seumus Crossett scored with three minutes remaining in the second overtime to give host Council Rock North a 1-0 victory over Council Rock South in a Suburban One National game.

Girls' Soccer

Jenna Buttermore and Gia Dragoni both scored and Garnet Valley defeated Episcopal Academy, 2-1, in a nonleague game.

In other nonleague action, Arianna DiPalma and Casey McCormick scored and visiting Archbishop Wood defeated Germantown Academy, 2-1.