Scotch Plains-Fanwood 3, Cranford 0: For the second time in 24 hours, Scotch Plains-Fanwood (3-0) had to beat Cranford. The Raiders were up 4-0 Thursday evening with seven minutes to play when the game was stopped due to lighting. NJSIAA rules state that if the first half is not completed, the entire game must be played over. The Raiders went back to Cranford on Friday and scored three times in the first half, and the rest was history. The goal-scorers included sophomore James Murphy, who had two goals giving him seven over the first three games in the early season, and Christian Zazzale added one of his own in the winning effort. Scotch Plains-Fanwood, ranked atop the Courier News Top 10, has outscored its first three opponents by a combined score of 18-0.
Voorhees 4, Warren Hills 0: Riley Parnham finished with one goal and one assist to lead Voorhees (1-2) to its first victory of the season. Victor Nunnes, Quinn Furnald and Ethan Ziemba accounted for the remainder of the Vikings’ scoring. Will Passera needed just four saves to pitch the shutout.
Bernards 4, Belvidere 0: Josh Neptune finished with one goal and dealt out two assists to lead Bernards. David Weber, Dan Paez and Danny Torres contributed one score each for the Mountaineers (2-0).