The Atlantic City High School boys soccer team set a number of program records in a 4-3 win over Pinelands Regional in a nonleague game Wednesday.

Senior captain Awkwasi Adu set career and single-season scoring records. His three goals brought his career total to 42 and his season total to 31.

The Vikings won their 10th game of the season for the first time ever.

Juan Elizalde made nine saves to become the first goalie to win 10 games for Atlantic City as well.

For Pinelands, Rabi Orellana scored two goals.

Pinelands Regional 0 3—3

Atlantic City 4 0—4

Goals—Orellana (2), Cardillo PR; Adu (3), Stoltzfus AC.

Goalies—Poklikuha (15) PR; Elizalde (9) AC.

Records—A.C. 10-8-1; Pinelands 2-15-1.

St. Benedict’s Prep 9,

St. Augustine Prep 2

Dane Gill scored on a penalty kick and the Hermits also capitalized on an own goal by St. Benedict’s, the nation’s No. 1 ranked team in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America poll.

St. Benedict’s has won 52 consecutive games and had allowed just one goal all season.

Ezequiel Cei scored a hat trick and Dominic Harrington and Michael Olla added two goals apiece for the Newark school.

St. Augustine Prep 1 1—2

St. Benedict’s Prep 5 4—9

Goals—Own goal, Dane Gill SAP; Cei (3), Harrington (2), Olla (2), Ales, Moraes SBP.

Goalies—Jay Higbee (15) SAP; Zabata SBP

Records—St. Augustine 10-6-1; St. Benedict’s 16-0.

Mainland Regional 4,

Southern Regional 3, OT

Michael Gordon’s goal with about two minutes remaining in double overtime sealed the win for Mainland Regional.

Nick Sarkos had two goals for the Mustangs, and Eric Lands also scored.

Austin Pounds and Chris Starner scored for Southern Regional.

Southern Regional 2 1 0 0—3

Mainland Regional 2 1 0 1—4

Goals—Pounds, Starner, own goal SR; Sarkos (2), Lands, Gordon MR.

Goalies—King (9) SR; Kelly (12) MR.

Records—Southern 9-7-1; Mainland 8-10-1.

Cape-Atlantic League

Middle Township 1,

Lower Cape May Regional 0

Jacob Cowan scored off a header from a corner kick by Scott Kurkowski in the 11th minute of the game for Middle Township.

The Panthers clinched the Cape-Atlantic League American Conference title with the win.

Steven Hand made four saves and Tanner Kerr made six to combine for Middle’s 10th shutout of the season.

For Lower Cape May, Eric Barikian stopped 10 shots.

Middle Township 1 0—1

Lower Cape May Regional 0 0—0

Goals—Cowan MT.

Goalies—Hand (4), Kerr (6) MT; Barikian (10) LCM.

Records—LCM 8-7-1; Middle 14-3.

Hammonton 3,

Buena Regional 1

Guyer Shane scored twice for Hammonton. Nick Auleta also scored. Jimmy Lamp’l had two assists for the Blue Devils.

AJ Gazzara scored for Buena.

Hammonton 1 2—3

Buena Regional 1 0—1

Goals—Shane (2) H; Gazzara BR.

Goalies—Slater (5) H; Bleyhl (7) BR.

Records—Hammonton 13-4-2; Buena 14-5.

Cedar Creek 2, Pleasantville 1

Zeke Chaparro scored a goal for Cedar Creek. James Bridel also had a goal with an assist from his brother, senior Tim Bridel.

Pleasantville’s Kervin Sanabia had 15 saves.

Pleasantville 0 1—1

Cedar Creek 1 1—2

Goals—Chaparro, J. Bridel CC; Lopez P.

Goalies—Boney (3) CC; Sanabia (15) P.

Records—C.C. 10-5-2; Pleasantville 3-14.

Wildwood Catholic 5,

St. Joseph 1

Jon Gery led Wildwood Catholic with two goals.

Jeff Wallace, Sal Zampirri and Jake Martin also scored for the Crusaders, and Kevin Laffey made three saves.

Thomas Tonia scored St. Joseph’s goal.

Tim Atallah had five saves.

St. Joseph 1 0—1

Wildwood Catholic 2 3—5

Goals—Tonia SJ; Gery (2), Wallace, Zampirri, Martin WC.

Goalies—Atallah (5) SJ; Laffey (3) WC.

Record—W.C. 9-4-2; St. Joseph 1-16.

Sacred Heart 1, Vineland 0

Sacred Heart’s Tyler Lunsford scored the game’s only goal with about 15 minutes left in the game. Drew Mesiano had the assist. Dom Patitucci earned the shutout with 10 saves.

For Vineland, Cody Freese stopped 13 shots.

Sacred Heart 0 1—1

Vineland 0 0—0

Goals—Lunsford SH.

Goalies—Patitucci (10) SH; Freese (13) V.

Records—Sacred Heart 12-4; Vineland 2-15.

Tri-County Conference

Deptford 5, Wildwood 0

Mike Veltri made eight saves for Wildwood.

Deptford 2 3—5

Wildwood 0 0—0

Goals—Palangi (2), Gullifer, Thomas, Jankauskas D.

Goalies—Kratz (3) D; Veltri (8) W.

Record—Wildwood 6-10-1.