Fri. S.J. football roundup: Pennsville outraces Wildwood

Posted: September 22, 2012

Both teams rushed for more than 300 yards Friday as the Pennsville Eagles beat the Wildwood Warriors, 47-28, in a West Jersey Classic shootout.

Wesley Hills rushed 25 times for 254 yards and two touchdowns for the Warriors. The duo of Eric Bundy and Dylan Cummings rushed for 312 yards and five touchdowns total for the Eagles.

West Jersey Freedom

Florence (3-0) kept Palmyra scoreless through the first 36 minutes en route to a 42-8 win.

Jazmir Best, a junior running back, ran for three touchdowns and caught another for the Flashes, as Florence scored 42 unanswered points over the first three quarters.

A 51-yard screen pass from Ben Horner to Best broke the game open in the first quarter, and was the first touchdown of the game.

Tai Belford, who scored in the fourth quarter, had the only touchdown for the Panthers (0-2).

West Jersey National

Shawnee scored two first quarter touchdowns and never looked back as they defeated Triton, 44-6. Anthony DiOrio had two rushing touchdowns for the Renegades.

West Jersey Liberty

Cinnaminson had 17 first downs, more than 200 yards rushing, and punted just once on its way to beating Robbinsville, 27-8.

West Jersey Constitution

Zaire Williams had four carries for 79 yards and two touchdowns in a 40-6 Timber Creek win over Cherry Hill West.

Paul VI 19, Seneca 9 - Alec Vignola threw for two touchdowns and Dior Hightower blew the game open with a 68-yard touchdown run for Paul VI.

West Jersey American

Up by only a touchdown at the half, Williamstown went on to defeat Cherokee, 33-16.

The Braves got three touchdowns from running back Marquis Little, one of which was an 80-yard dash that tied the game in the first quarter. His two touchdowns in the fourth quarter sealed the game for the Braves

West Jersey Diamond

A late touchdown lifted the Glassboro Bulldogs over the Woodstown Wolverines, 14-7.

Colonial Conference

Woodbury blanked Lindenwold, 49-0, in a Patriot Division matchup behind the arm of Anthony Averett and the legs of Daevon Ayers.

Together they combined for five of the seven Thundering Herd (2-1) touchdowns. Averett completed nine passes for 100 yards and threw for one touchdown. He also ran for a touchdown. Ayers carried the ball five times for 90 yards and two touchdowns.


Four first half touchdowns were enough for Bridgeton as it defeated Ocean City, 28-14.

Stefon Bowman had a 44 yard touchdown run and Quasheem Taylor had a pair of first-half touchdown rushes. Cappadonna Miller recovered a fumble for the Bulldogs (2-1) and returned it 15 yards for a touchdown.

Frank Woolley rushed for both of the Red Raiders' (0-3) touchdowns.

Buena 34 Lower Cape May 6 - Robert Bunton ran for three touchdowns and caught another as the Chiefs won their third straight league game. Now 3-0, Buena plays Cedar Creek next week in an important league matchup.

Jackson Sole scored the touchdown for the Tigers (0-3).

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