Atlantic City High School senior Akwasi Adu scored with two minutes left in the game to break the school's single-season scoring record in a 3-1 Cape-Atlantic League American Conference loss to Egg Harbor Township.
It was Adu's 18th goal of the season tying him with Middle Township's Jacob Cowan for the league lead. Vikings' coach Maurice Lozzi said Adu broke the old record of 17 set by Krste Tankowski in 1990.
Egg Harbor Township jumped out to a three goal lead in the first half it never relinquished.
Ardit Ala scored twice, once in the 11th minute and then four minutes, 40 seconds later. Grant Spoltore added a goal for the Eagles in the 26th minute.
Goalie Brad Watkins made six saves.
For Atlantic City, Juan Elizalde made 12 saves.
Egg Harbor Township 3 0-3
Atlantic City 0 1-1
Goals- Ala (2),Spoltore EHT; Adu AC.
Goalies-Watkins (6) EHT; Elizalde (12) AC.
Records-EHT 7-5-1; AC 4-7-1.
Buena Regional 3,
Cape May Tech 0
Matt Schmidt led Buena Regional with two goals. Miguel Hernandez also added a goal for the Chiefs.
Cape May Tech goalie Robert Edmunds made 14 stops in the loss.
Cape May Tech 0 0-0
Buena Regional 0 3-3
Goals-Schmidt (2), Hernandez BR.
Goalies-Bleyhl (2) BR; Edmunds (14) CMT.
Records-CMT 2-8; Buena 10-3.
Dave Donio-Enscoe scored a game-high three goals for Hammonton. Jimmy Lamp'l also scored for the Blue Devils.
Quinn Hardrick scored Oakcrest's only goal.
Oakcrest 0 1-1
Hammonton 1 3-4
Goals-Donio-Enscoe (3), Lamp'l H; Hardrick O.
Goalies-Slater (6) H; Costello (6) O.
Records-Oakcrest 4-7-2; Hammonton 10-2-1.
No. 10 Absegami 2,
Andy Kupp and Sean Milligan each scored a goal for Absegami, No. 10 in The Press Elite 11.
Absegami 1 1-0
Vineland 0 0-0
Goals-Kupp, Milligan A.
Goalies-McCormick (5) A; Alvarez (11) V.
Records-Absegami 8-1-1; Vineland 2-11.
Lower Cape May Regional 3,
St. Joseph 0
Dom Vitale scored twice, once on an assist by Chris Suttera and the other unassisted. Erik Valencia also scored for the Caper Tigers and Eric Barikian made two saves for his third shutout of the season.
St. Joseph 0 0-0
Lower Cape May Regional 3 0-3
Goals-Valencia,Vitale (2) LCM.
Goalies-name unavailable (12) SJ; Barikian (2) LCM.
Records-LCM 6-2-1: S.J. 1-12.
Mainland Regional 3,
Ocean City 2, OT
Mike McGlynn scored twice for Mainland Regional. Peyton Kelly made five saves for the Mustangs.
Zack Sakena scored both of Ocean City's goals.
Full details were unavailable.
Mainland Regional 2 0 1-3
Ocean City 0 2 0-2
Goals-McGlynn (2), unknown; Sakena (2) OC.
Goalies-Kelly (5) MR; McCardell (5) OC.
Records-OC 6-3-3; Mainland 5-6-1.
Atlantic County Institute of Technology 1,
Andrew Henry scored and Chris Vargas earned his third shutout of the season for Atlantic County Institute of Technology.
Vargas had five saves. Henry scored the game-winner 13 minutes into the second half.
For Pleasantville, Kervin Sanabia had 15 saves.
Away team 0 1-1
Home team 0 0-0
Goalies-Vargas (5) ACIT; Sanabia (15) P.
Records-ACIT4-5-1, Pleasantville 2-9.
Jackson Liberty 6,
Pinelands Regional 1
Rabi Orellana scored the lone goal for Pinelands.
Henry Kim had a hat trick for Jackson Liberty.
Pinelands Regional 0 1-1
Jackson Liberty 2 4-6
Goals-Orellana PR; Kim (3), Marino (2), Fish JL.
Goalies-Poklikuha (7) PR; Benecke (4) JL.
Jackson Memorial 2,
Southern Regional 0
Luke King made four saves for Southern Regional. The Rams had 13 shots on goal, but couldn't scored.
Garret Muzikowski and Anthony Mandola scored for undefeated Jackson Memorial.
Southern Regional 0 0-0
Jackson Memorial 1 1-2
Goals- Muzikowski, Mandola JM.
Goalies-King (4) SR; Josko (3) JM.
Records-Southern 5-5-3, Memorial 14-0.
Cumberland Regional 5,
Scott DeLussa scored twice and had an assist to lead Cumberland. Tyler Skye contributed with a goal and two assists, while Jason Bischer posted his first career goal. Freddie Beck also scored for the Colts. Brandon Bischer made one save.
Cumberland Regional 3 2-5
Pennsville 0 1-1
Goals-DeLussa (2), Beck, J. Bischer, Skye CR; Wyshinski P.
Goalies-B. Bischer (1) CR; Digerness (15) P.
Pilgrim Academy 9,
Calvary Academy 2
Craig Suglia, Matteo Jernee and PJ Meno each had two goals for Pilgrim Academy.
Pilgrim Academy 5 4-9
Calvary Academy 0 2-2
Goals-Suglia (2), Leib, Tavarez, Shendock, Jernee (2), Meno (2) PA; Xian, Lane CA.
Goalies-Mol (19), Olley (2) PA; Testa (4) CA.