Jacob Cowan scored on a pass from Alijah Broadnax 3 minutes, 42 seconds into the second overtime to lift Middle Township High School over neighboring rival Lower Cape May Regional 2-1 in a Cape-Atlantic League boys soccer game on Thursday.

As the ball was being knocked around in the box, Broadnax gained control and found Cowan in the middle, who slipped the ball in the left corner of the net.

Steven Hand and Tanner Kerr combined for the shutout for the Panthers, No. 6 in The Press Elite 11.

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For Lower Cape May, Eric Barikian made 21 saves.

Lower Cape May Regional 0 0 0 0-0

Middle Township 0 0 0 1-1

Goals-Cowan MT.

Goalies-Barikian (21) LCM; Hand (4), Kerr (6) MT.

Records-LCM 5-2-1; Middle 9-1.

Atlantic County Institute of Technology 4, Cape May Tech 3

Atlantic County Institute of Technology's Andrew Henry scored the winning goal in overtime for the Redhawks. Henry took a pass from Kevin Padilla and won it four minutes into the first extra session.

Nate Henry, Andrew's brother, scored twice for ACIT and Padilla had a goal and two assists. Trailing 3-0 at halftime, Cape May Tech scored three goals in the second half, two by Ryan Tozer and one by Matt Michale.

Cape May Tech 0 3 0-3

Atlantic County Institute of Technology 3 0 1-4

Goals-Tozer (2), Michale CMT. N. Henry, Padilla, A. Henry ACIT.

Goalies-Edmunds (14) CMT. Vargas (3) ACIT.

Records-ACIT 3-6-1; CMT 2-7.

Buena Regional 4, Sacred Heart 1

Josue Guadarrama scored a goal and assisted on two others for Buena. AJ Gazzara added a goal and an assist.

Tyler Lunsford scored for Sacred Heart.

Buena Regional 1 3-4

Sacred Heart 1 0-1

Goals-Gazzara, Guadarrama, Hernandez, Merighi BR; Lunsford SH.

Goalies-Jake Bleyhl (6) BR; Dom Patitucci (7) SH.

Records-Buena 9-2; SH 5-4.

Wildwood Catholic 5, St. Joseph 0

Wildwood Caholic's Pat McGann scored three goals, including the game-winner three minutes into the game. John Gery and Jake Martin also scored for the visiting Crusaders.

Goalie Jeff Wallace recorded the shutout with three saves. St. Joseph keeper Tim Atallah made four saves.

Wildwood Catholic 4 1-5

St. Joseph 0 0-0

Goals-McGann (3), Gery, Martin WC.

Goalies-Wallace (3) WC. Atallah (4) SJ.

Records-St. Joe 1-10, WC 4-2-1.

Cedar Creek 7, Pleasantville 1

Aaron Bronsky led Cedar Creek with four goals, all on headers. Chris Newman scored a goal and had three assists. Zeke Chaparro and Jose Contreras each scored and Luis Moreira had four assists for the Pirates.

Cedar Creek 1 6 - 7

Pleasantville 1 0- 1

Goals-Bronsky (4), Newman, Chaparro, Contreras CC; Caseres P.

Goalies-Broecker (1); Sanobia (16) P.

Records-CC 7-2-1; Pleasantville 1-6.

Tri-County Conference

Schalick 1, Cumberland Regional 0

Brandon Bischer made 10 saves for Cumberland.

Eric Stratoti scored for Schalick and Daniel Bermudez assisted.

Cumberland Regional 0 0-0

Schalick 0 1-1

Goals-Stratoti S.

Goalies-Bischer (10) CR; Francis (9) S.

Records-Cumberland 5-4.

Pitman 6, Wildwood 1

Bobby Mascio scored the only goal for Wildwood.

Wildwood 1 0-1

Pitman 1 5-6

Goals-Mascio W; Fluck (2), King (2), Langlois. Roman P.

Goalies-Veltri (9) W; Horner (5) P.

Records-Wildwood 5-6; Pitman 9-2-1.

Tri-State Christian

Atlantic Christian 10, Calvary Christian 0

Kenny Mercadante and Bobby Boggs led Atlantic Christian with four and two goals, respectively.

Ben Chapman, Vassil Stoimenov, Jon Penella and Mathijs Penders also scored for the Cougars.

Calvary Christian 0 0-0

Atlantic Christian 4 6-10

Goals-Mercadante (4), Boggs (2), Chapman, Stoimenov, Penella, Penders AC.

Goalies-Pessa (10) CC; Chapman (1), Alkasas (0) AC.

Records-Atlantic Christian 6-0-1.

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