Schmid's classmate Kevin Bodine also scored twice for the Lancers, who netted all seven of their goals in the first half.
Bordentown's Omer Kaya cobbled together his second two-goal game in 10 days, adding an assist for good measure to lead the Scotties to a 6-0 drubbing of Pemberton.
Junior Robert DiPierro netted his first varsity goal for Bordentown, and was joined on the score sheet by Andrew Cary, Sam Okafor, and Boris Urgiles.
Olympic Conference. Washington Township scoring leader Joe Casaletto tallied the match's lone goal, and his first-half strike propelled the Minutemen to a 1-0 victory over Seneca in interdivision play.
Goalkeeper Joe Lubonski stopped five shots in the shutout, and counterpart Ryan Oyola made 14 saves for Seneca.
After each allowing one second-half goal, Cherry Hill East goalkeeper Matt DiPatri and Bishop Eustace's Vincent Maiorino stood strong and battled to a 1-1 double-overtime draw.
Senior and leading scorer Garrett McVeigh provided the goal for the Cougars, and sophomore Andreas Papadourakis got the equalizer for Bishop Eustace.
Dan Walsh and Gabe Watkins scored first-half goals to give Cherry Hill West a 2-1 road win against Cherokee.
Cape-Atlantic. Senior midfielder Jacob Cowan registered his 16th goal and 11th assist, continuing his season-long scoring binge as Middle Township beat National division foe Wildwood Catholic, 2-0.
Millville rode goals from Sirweah Quioh and Dylan Mills to a 2-0 victory over Buena in an interdivision matchup.
Junior goalkeeper Sean Matias stopped all four shots he faced in recording his fifth clean sheet of the season.
Colonial Conference. Goalkeeper Ethan Schultz kept five shots out of the net to lead Haddonfield to a 5-0 Liberty Division victory over Sterling.
Senior Alex Johnston and junior Luke Pease each scored twice for the Bulldogs.
Nonleague. Clearview's Gavin Bright scored four minutes into the second half in a 1-0 defeat of visiting Shawnee. Kyle Alpaugh made seven saves for the shutout.
Ricardo Margolies scored two goals, John Fosbenner had one, and Palymra rolled to a 3-1 home victory over Burlington City. Ali Cakir connected for the lone Blue Devils score.
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