The Bulldawgs defeated the Panthers, 27-20, according to
Both teams are now 5-2, but Haddonfield has 91 power points, and is currently in seventh place in South Jersey Group 2. With 56 points, Collingswood is in 10th place in the group. Eight teams make the playoffs.
Haddonfield quarterback Mike McLaughlin threw four touchdown passes to lead the Bulldawgs to the victory.
Two of his scores came on passes of 23 and 45 yards to Ted Stavetski.
His 41-yard strike to Tyler Klaus opened up the scoring for Haddonfield. That touchdown tied the game at 7-7 after Collingswood scored on a 20-yard interception return for a score by Jahmir King.
McLaughlin’s other score was a 35-yard touchdown pass to Mike DeFeo.
King also scored on an 81-yard touchdown run for the Panthers. Anthony Rivera’s 2-yard touchdown run accounted for Collingswood’s other score.
Haddonfield visit undefeated Paulsboro (7-0) in the final game before the cutoff on Saturday, 11 a.m.
Collingswood hosts Overbrook (2-5) on Friday, 7 p.m.
Playoff matchups will be announced on Nov. 10.
Haddon Township 37, Lindenwold 26: Nick Marino and Casey Boyle each rushed for two touchdowns as Haddon Township picked up its second win of the season.
Marino scored on runs of 12 and 36 yards. Boyle reached the end zone after runs of 5 and 8 yards.
Robert McCullough scored Haddon Township’s fifth rushing touchdown of the day, 1 yard out. Clayton Pfetcher added to his four extra points with a 23-yard field goal.
Haddon Township is 2-5, and visits West Deptford (7-0) on Friday night, 7 p.m.
Haddon Township will wrap the season up on Thanksgiving Day when it hosts Audubon.
West Deptford 49, Haddon Heights 3: Haddon Heights scored on a 34-yard field goal in the fourth.
Mike Dawes, Gerald Owens and Isaiah Worthy each scored twice for West Deptford.
Owens scored on runs of 3 and 4 yards, while Worthy scored on a blocked punt and a 5-yard touchdown run.
Dawes had a touchdown passing and another rushing. He threw a 45-yard scoring pass to Shai Mumford, and scored on the ground from 7 yards out.
Haddon Heights (1-6) visits Audubon on Saturday, 11 a.m.
Here's a look at some other results from this week, with information coming from results posted on nj.com.
Haddonfield had little trouble advancing in the playoffs this week.
The seventh-seeded Bulldawgs defeated No. 10 Woodbury, 5-0, in the first round of the NJSIAA Central Jersey Group 1 playoffs. Four goals came in the second half.
Haddonfield travels to face No. 2 Haddon Heights in the quarterfinals on Tuesday.
Other quarterfinal matchups in the group include:
No. 9 Riverside at No. 1 Collingswood;
No. 5 Haddon Township at No. 4 Gloucester City; and
No. 6 Maple Shade at No. 3 Audubon.Boys' soccer:
Sterling 2, Haddonfield 1: John Alemi had the lone goal for the Bulldawgs, who fell in overtime. Sterling took a 1-0 halftime lead, but Alemi tied the game in the second half with an assist from Eric Kaulback. Goalie Jonathan Baxter made seven saves in the loss.
Haddon Township 8, Collingswood 0: Allie Fischer and Kaitlin Stoltz each scored twice to lead the way for Haddon Township. Other goals came from Erin Butrica, Guilia Dunn, Emily Foley and Cassidy McSorley. Butrica also had three assists.
Goalie Sarah Getzinger made two saves to secure the shutout.