The Seneca High School football team needed to convert on fourth-and-18 to stay alive in overtime and turned that success into a touchdown moments later to stun visiting Moorestown 28-27 Friday night in a West Jersey Football League Constitution Division game.
Moorestown (1-2) tied the game with 28 seconds left in the fourth quarter on Zion Howard’s 4-yard run. The Quakers got the ball first in OT and scored on a 13-yard run by quarterback Mike DiMarino but missed the conversion point.
The Golden Eagles (1-2) answered with a 3-yard TD pass from J.J. Scarpello to Sam Pawlikowski, followed by Kevin Gsell’s game-winning PAT.
Scarpello threw for one TD and ran for another earlier in the game.
• Cherokee 40, Eastern 0: The fifth-ranked Chiefs (2-1) used the two-headed passing attack of senior Evan Powell and junior Jake Bodine to pile up five touchdowns through the air against Eastern (0-3).
Powell completed half of his four passes for 70 yards and both completions went for TDs, while Bodine hit 4-of-5 for 87 yards and three scores. On the ground, Cherokee got 91 yards each from Marquese Holmes and Jon Lovett.
• Washington Twp. 19, Shawnee 17: The Minutemen (1-2) won their first game by stunning No. 11 Shawnee (1-2).
Down by 10-7 at halftime, Washington Township rallied in the third period as Mike Piperno capped a 78-yard drive with a TD toss to Najee Wilson. He then launched a 76-yard scoring strike to Nick Grosso with 12 seconds left in the period.
Shawnee drove to the Minutemen’s 15-yard line in the game’s final minute before falling short.
• Cinnaminson 38, Bordentown 0: The Pirates’ defense held Bordentown (0-3) to six first downs and 99 total yards.
On offense, Cinnaminson (3-0) followed Shaun Davilla’s 7-for-12 passing for 109 yards and two TDs. Davilla also ran for a score.
• Pennsville 50, Wildwood 21: Four first-quarter touchdowns, including two by Josh VanBlarcom, set the tone for the Eagles’ easy win.
VanBlarcom ran for 56 yards and Matt Widmaier threw for 126 yards on just four completions, including a touchdown to Jeremy Boucher.
Wildwood’s Abdiel Richards had 21 carries for 209 yards and three touchdowns.
• Glassboro 27, Schalick 0: Isom Golden averaged less than two yards a carry on 18 rushes, but scored the Bulldogs’ first two touchdowns.
Jamir Jenkins guided Glassboro by completing 13-of-17 passes for 150 yards and a touchdown to A.J. Kittles.
• Florence 31, New Egypt 14: Down 14-7 at intermission, the Flashes (2-1) rallied with three touchdown runs by Joey Foga, a 20-yard TD by LaDarius McNeil and a field goal off the foot of Warren Dubell.
• Delran 32, Robbinsville 15: Gianni Bryant-Lopez was very efficient throwing the ball for the Bears (2-1), connecting on 14-of-16 passes for 195 yards and three touchdowns, including six catches by Sharod Sanders.
Delran added 127 rushing yards.
• Notre Dame 42, Rancocas Valley 19: For the Red Devils, Ricky Jones had two short touchdown runs and Iverson Clement also scored on a 5-yard burst.
• Collingswood 27, Audubon 14: The Panthers (2-1) saw Audubon (1-2) close a 20-0 deficit to 20-14 in the fourth quarter before sealing the win with Jovon Allie’s second TD run of the game.
The Green Wave’s Brian Furlong threw a pair of touchdown passes to Zach Pergola.
•West Deptford 62, Haddon Heights 8: The No. 9 Eagles exploded for 35 first-half points. Quaron Dozier finished with three touchdowns, while Dave Hamilton and Ryan Baglivo added two TD runs apiece.
• Oakcrest 50, Pleasantville 16: Terrance Smith became Oakcrest’s all-time leading rusher during a game in which he ran for three the Falcons’ first touchdowns. The record-breaker came on a 39-yard scoring run in the opening period.
• Egg Harbor Twp. 24, Vineland 8: David Rice hit Seth Wagner and Spencer LaSure with touchdown passes, and the EHT (3-0) defense lost its bid for a shutout late in the fourth quarter. Rice completed 10-of-17 passes for 152 yards.
The Eagles’ defense contributed to the scoring when Dante Moore raced 95 yards with an interception. Vineland’s (2-1) Daivon Seymore ran for 122 yards on 10 carries.
• Buena 45, Middle Twp. 20: The Chiefs (2-1) bolted to a 38-6 halftime bulge, started by Tyler Rainear’s 59-yard touchdown run on the game’s first play from scrimmage.
Sammy Crouch and Jake Maxwell each ran for two touchdowns for Buena.
• St. Augustine 41, Atlantic City 12: Kyle Dobbins got loose for four touchdown runs covering a total of 187 yards for the No. 2 Hermits (3-0).
The Vikings (0-3) led briefly in the opening period after a successful recovery of an onside kick on the opening kickoff led to a 47-yard TD catch by DaPree Wright.
• Mainland 33, Ocean City 19: The Mustangs (2-1) rallied from a 19-17 halftime deficit behind three touchdown passes from Sam Jackson to Justin Bishop. The clincher covered 37 yards in the fourth quarter.
• River Dell 21, Bridgeton 19: The Bulldogs (0-3) fell short in North Jersey, despite touchdown passes from David Mosley to Markquese Bell and Dequan Solomon.