"I've had some special players that have really worked hard to get those victories," Torres said. "They're really not just my victories. I share them with all my players who have sacrificed a lot to accomplish every single win."
In seven years at Holy Cross, Torres has four Burlington County Patriot titles and is 100-29-8.
In other Burlington County League play, Moorestown stormed back with three second-half goals to beat visiting Burlington Township, 3-1.
Olympic. Sam Budd scored twice in the first half to lead host West Deptford to a 2-1 victory against Haddon Township.
Colonial. Maddie Hogan's hat trick highlighted host Gloucester Catholic's 4-2 win over Triton.
Chelsea Fadio scored a pair of goals, and Audubon beat visiting Collingswood, 2-0.
Geena DiRugeris and Desiree Haban picked up goals, and Woodbury shut out host Overbrook, 2-0.
Haddonfield scored five times in the first half and earned a shutout at Paulsboro, 7-0.
Cape-Atlantic. Laina Matus scored two goals, and Egg Harbor Township blanked visiting Middle Township, 3-0.
Tri-County. Courtney Miller made 31 saves for Schalick, which squeezed past host Pennsville, 2-1.
Nonleague. Kaitlyn Hunt scored twice in nine minutes to lead Delran to victory at Pennsauken, 4-0.
Gloucester clinched the Tri-County Conference Classic Division title with a 3-1 win at Salem.
Skyler Pino scored two goals and assisted on Amanda Boulden's score.
Tri-County Royal. Vicuie Nichols scored both of Cumberland's goals, and the Colts beat visiting Williamstown, 2-1.
In other Tri-County Royal action, Jackalyn Pauling notched a hat trick and Holly Tevis scored twice for host Clearview, which blew out Delsea, 8-0.
Burlington County Freedom. Riverside scored four times in the first half and cruised to a 4-0 shutout at Medford Tech.
Kenzee Hudson, Sami Jalkowski, Haylee Loveland, and Ashley Silva scored for the Rams.
Nonleague. Caitlyn Cristella scored with 3 minutes, 12 seconds left in regulation for visiting Delran to force a 1-1 tie with Hightstown. Kelly Mankowich put Hightstown on the board first in the second half.
Jess Harrel and Laura Olbrith each scored twice in Schalick's 4-0 shutout at GCIT.
Danni Hall's hat trick was the difference in Kingsway's 3-0 shutout against visiting Glassboro.
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