CAL Re-Cap: EHT Stuns Hammonton [VIDEO], Buena, St. Aug, St. Joe Still Perfect
Egg Harbor Township 31, Hammonton 28
The Eagles (2-1) closed out the contest with 17 unanswered points to stun visiting Hammonton (2-1). EHT kicker Tim Mason drilled a 40-yard field goal with just seconds remaining in regulation to elevate his team in the American Conference standings.
Calvin Rice scored on a well-executed Eagles screen pass to knot the game at 28-28. Rice’s touchdown followed a one-yard, fourth-quarter score by EHT quarterback Ken Doughty, his second rushing touchdown of the contest.
Running back Matt Clayton also scored for the Eagles.
Hammonton led the game 28-14 with six minutes remaining in the fourth quarter and it appeared Blue Devils head coach Pete Lancetta was on the verge of securing his 200th career victory. Running back Dom Williams scored the first points of the night when he took the ball 68 yards to paydirt on the Blue Devils’ opening possession.
His twin brother, David Williams, also scored in the defeat. Hammonton quarterback Christian Mortellite threw a 54-yard touchdown to Dylan Rosu.
Middle Township 42, Pleasantville 8
The Panthers (1-2) picked up a road victory at Pleasantville (0-3) thanks to a balanced offensive effort. Zack Vogelei, Terrance Toney, Yamier McNeal and Nigel Case each contributed with rushing touchdowns.
Case scored twice. His 35-yard touchdown run early in the second half gave Middle Township a 21-0 advantage. Darrell Shelton returned a Pleasantville interception for a touchdown.
St. Joe 35, Millville 14
Quarterback Anthony Giagunto ran for three touchdowns to lead the Wildcats (3-0) to an impressive road win over Millville (2-1). St. Joe, the defending Non-Public Group I champion, has now won 21 consecutive contests.
Rocco Ordille’s three-yard touchdown run gave the Wildcats a 28-14 lead in the third quarter. Millville quarterback Rashon Sorrell connected on two touchdown passes to receiver DeQwan Bowman.
St. Augustine 48, Vineland 6
It was the Calvin Cass Show Friday night in this National Conference matchup. The senior running back continued a sensational September with six rushing touchdowns against the Fighting Clan (1-2).
The Hermits (3-0) led 28-6 at intermission with Cass serving as catalyst. He carried the ball 16 times for 164 yards and four touchdowns before intermission.
Cass reached the end zone twice in the third quarter, as the Hermits cruised to their third consecutive blowout victory. Cass, who also completed a 20-yard pass to St. Augustine quarterback Alex Hughes on a trick play, owns 13 total touchdowns through 12 quarters of 2012 St. Augustine football action.