Pleasantville 58, 

Riverside 12

The Greyhounds earned their second win of the season. It was the first time since 2009 that the Greyhounds won two games in a season.

“It wasn’t about this year, it was about the kids persevering through the last three years because it was a total uphill battle each and every game,” coach David Dudley said after the game.

Michael Foster and Thomas Becker had two touchdowns each. Zayd Smith returned an interception for a touchdown. Che’quan Hargose had a rushing and passing touchdown, the passing touchdown to Smith. Kamal McClary scored his first varsity touchdown.

Toms River North 28,

Egg Harbor Township 0

Mike Husni threw two touchdown passes and Assante Moore scores two rushing touchdowns as North won its first game of the season. EHT dropped to 2-7.

Absegami 52, Vineland 28

David Hood scored five touchdowns and Maurice Hubbard added three for the Braves. Ben Anderson and Angel Rodriguez scored twice each for Vineland.

Oakcrest 48, Deptford 13

LaShawn Elliot and Terrence Smith had two rushing touchdowns each for the Falcons, who won their second game of the season.

Seneca 27, Cumberland Regional 6

Cumberland’s Michael Foytik connected with Zachary Scull for a 26-yard touchdown for the Colts’ only score. Cumberland fell to 1-8.

Ocean City 45, Triton 22

Jared Jones scored three touchdowns and Frank Woolley added two. Owen Dierolf scored on an 87-yard kick return and Joe Stadnicki hit a field goal.

Collingswood 32, Buena Regional 29

With 1 minute, 35 seconds to play, Pat Miles scored on a 57-yard reverse to give Collingswood the lead. Buena’s Sam Crouch scored on runs of 16 and 4 yards. George DiBiase and Eric Rainear also scored.

Middle Township 54, Pinelands Regional 14

Middle Township rolled to its third win of the season.

Mainland Regional 45, Pennsauken 13

Ty Mindish threw three touchdowns for the Mustangs. James Brennan caught three touchdowns. Justin Walsh had two rushing touchdowns. Mainland improved to 3-6 on the season.

Lenape 21, Southern Regional 2

The Rams finished their season with a 4-5 record.


Started at The Press in 1993 as an Ocean County reporter. Moved to the copy desk in 1994 until taking over as editor of At The Shore in 1995. Became deputy sports editor in 2004 and was promoted to sports editor in 2007.