Delsea Regional High School football coach Sal Marchese is now the program’s all-time wins leader.
Marchese earned his 231st career win on Friday night as the Crusaders outscored Cedar Creek, 35-6. Marchese outclassed legendary Delsea manager John Oberg, who retired in 1993 with a record of 230-67-16.
Oberg, who died in May, and Marchese are the only two coaches who were ever on Delsea’s bench.
Marchese’s career record is now 231-81-1.
Camden 7, Haddonfield 3: Taquan Brittingham made a 4-and-1 70-yard fake punt from the Panthers’ own 12-yard line with less than 3 minutes remaining to seal the victory Friday night.
The Panther defense stepped up again and again as they kept the Bulldawgs out of the end zone despite giving up four possessions in the red zone. Deante Ruffin’s 19-yard touchdown pass to Hamin Anderson late in the first half turned out to be the game winner.
Millville 21, Shawnee 10: The Thunderbolts’ first two touchdowns of the game came on runs by Thomas Smith III. Millville’s other touchdown came courtesy of Jacob Zamot’s 24-yard pass to Lotzier Brooks.
Shawnee’s only touchdown came on a 1-yard run by Joe Papa.
Lenape 12, Cherokee 7: Senior Zyaire Goffney-Fleming was a punishing workhorse, rushing 26 times for 197 yards, none greater than a 53-yard touchdown run on fourth down in the fourth quarter that led the Lenape to their fourth straight win. and to the top of West Jersey. Classification of the American Division of the Football League.
Lenape took a 6-0 lead in the second quarter when Michael LeMay returned an 85-yard punt for a score.
Cherokee, whose three-game winning streak was snapped, took a 7-6 lead in the third quarter on a 1-yard TD run from quarterback Luke Brown and an extra point from Tommy Pajic.
Pennsylvania 31, Willingboro 28: Premier Wynn pounced on a fumble in the end zone with just over a minute left for a key defensive touchdown that carried the Indians to victory. Wynn also opened the game scoring with a 9-yard touchdown run.
Willingboro erased a 19-0 deficit with three unanswered touchdowns, including a 3-yard run by Lamar Best that gave his team a 20-19 fourth-quarter lead. Best had two scoring runs in the contest and a pair of touchdown passes.
Pennsauken, which saw a touchdown run and a Dante Viccharelli pass, improved to 6-0 on the season.
Cherry Hill West 21, Triton 7: Gary Rowe rushed for a pair of touchdowns, a 5-yarder to open the game and a 1-yarder in the fourth quarter, to lead the Lions. West quarterback Jordon Gonzalez connected with Ben Secouler on a 34-yard touchdown pass in the win.
Triton’s only touchdown came on a 14-yard touchdown pass from Michael Lewis to Braden Kaukeano.
Gloucester 7, Deptford 3: Jacob Zearfoss found Jake Seibert on a 4-yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter as Gloucester got past Deptford.
CJ Carter kicked a 30-yard field goal in the second quarter for the Spartans.
St. Augustine 38, Williamstown 20: The Hermits rushed for 320 yards, led by Julian Turney, who rushed 22 times for 132 yards and a pair of touchdowns in the win.
Tristan McLeer also had a big rushing day for St. Augustine, rushing for 101 yards on 10 carries and two touchdowns.
Harold Hill returned a kickoff 75 yards for a Williamstown touchdown in the contest. Zach Zerbe and Julian Noel each had touchdown runs in the Braves’ loss.
St. Augustine trainer Pete Lancetta notched his 250th career victory in the process.
Hammonton 28, Timber Creek 7: Kenny Smith scored on runs of 1, 2 and 3 yards and added a 7-yard touchdown reception on Justin Doughty’s pass to lead the Blue Devils to victory.
Timber Creek’s touchdown came on Victor Oquendo’s 40-yard touchdown pass to Jonathan Harris.
San Jose 7, Ocean City 3: Wildcats quarterback James Mantuano joined Zach Cruet on a 47-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter to provide the only touchdown of the game.
The Red Raiders responded with a 25-yard field goal kicked off by Ryder Hay before halftime, but that would mark the scoring end of the game as both defenses threw shutouts in the second half.
Seneca 35, Moorestown 7: Brayden Davis threw for three touchdowns and rushed for another, while Seneca improved to 6-0. Davis threw touchdown passes of 10 and 9 yards to Zac Fearon and found Kyle Stickle for a 10-yarder. He rushed 21 times for 131 yards and a 9-yard touchdown in the second quarter.
Moorestown opened the game with a 70-yard drive that Andrew Curry capped with a 9-yard touchdown run, but missed a punt after forcing a 3-and-out on the Golden Eagles’ ensuing drive. Seneca turned that error into his first touchdown and took the lead on Davis’ run on the second. A 21-yard interception return by Jamar Warthen a few plays later made it 21-7 at halftime.
Holy Spirit 50, Vineland 24: Holy Spirit quarterback Sean Burns threw three touchdown passes and rushed for three more in the Spartans’ victory. Holy Spirit moved to 6-1 on the season.
Glassboro 22, Penns Grove 2: Jhaisir Harden rushed for a 32-yard touchdown and threw a 36-yard touchdown pass to Amari Sabb in Glassboro’s victory. Brandon Simmons returned a fumble 30 yards to score in the win.
Overbrook 42, Pennsville 12: DeAngelo Conquest threw for 386 yards and six touchdowns, three of which went to wide receiver David Haywood.
Haywood totaled eight receptions for 225 yards and scored on catches of 26, 37 and 44 yards, respectively.
Florence 24, Palmyra 19: Jamiel Horne scored on carries of 6 and 10 yards, and Darien Woody added a 31-yard touchdown run in Florence’s victory.
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