The game was tied, 7-7, at halftime.
Quarterback Mike Dawes’ 35-yard pass to Shai Mumford put West Deptford on the board first, and gave the Eagles a 7-0 lead after the first quarter.
The Bulldawgs tied things up in the second quarter with a 7-yard touchdown run from Mike McLaughlin.
The Eagles pulled away in the third quarter behind a 56-yard touchdown run from Devin Bates and a 4-yard touchdown run by Gerald Owens. Luke Cornelius added three points with a field goal during the session.
McLaughlin put Haddonfield on the board for a second time in the fourth quarter, tossing a 19-yard pass to Mark Walker for a score.
Joe Diaco put the exclamation point on the West Deptford win with a 26-yard touchdown run.
The Eagles remained undefeated, improving to 6-0. They host Haddon Heights on Friday night, 7 p.m.
Haddonfield fell to 4-2. The Bulldawgs look to rebound when they host Collingswood on Friday night, 7 p.m.
Paulsboro 33, Haddon Township 6: Haddon Township’s lone score came on defense, when Casey Boyle recovered a Red Raiders’ fumble and returned it 40 yards for a score.
Paulsboro improved to 6-0. Haddon Township fell to 1-5, and hosts Lindenwold on Friday night, 7 p.m.
Here’s a look at some of the other sports action from the week, with results coming from information found on nj.com.
Haddon Township 5, West Deptford 2, Oct. 21: Kyle Wade led the way with two goals as Haddon Township handed West Deptford its first loss of the season. Mario Mandescu and Kyler White each had a goal and an assist in the win.
Elzo Dunn added a goal, and Ben Aha provided an assist. Goalie Scott LaPan stopped five shots.
Gary Simmons and Cole Van Dorick scored both of the Eagles’ goals in the first half, with assists from Ryan Kappre and Zach Peterson. Goalkeeper Perry Corsetti made five saves.
Haddon Heights 1, Haddon Township 0: Kevin Nelan’s goal in double overtime gave Haddon Heights the win. Haddon Heights overcame 15 saves by Haddon Township goalie Scott LaPan. Haddon Heights goalie Dan Pender also made 15 saves to secure the shutout.
Washington Township 4, Haddon Township 0: The Minutemen remained undefeated and eliminated Haddon Township from the South Jersey Coaches tournament. Haddon Township fell to 14-3 on the season.
Haddon Heights 8, Paulsboro 0: Jesse Weick led the way with three goals and two assists in the blowout win. Danny Hovern had two goals and an assist, and Andrew Hicks, Yanny Pfeifer and John Pease all found the back of the net in the win.
Haddonfield 3, Lindenwold 0: Colin Setzer’s pair of goals propelled Haddonfield to the shutout win. John Alemi also found the back of the net. Luke Pease had two assists and Will Connell had one. Goalie Eddie Clark made four saves to secure the shutout.
Haddonfield 4, Gateway 0: Four different players scored for the Bulldawgs in the win. John Alemi, Matt Fell, Luke Pease and Brendan Werner all scored in the win. Albert Pera and Colin Setzer each assisted on goals.
Jonathan Baxter and Eddie Clark split time in goal, preserving the shutout.
Haddonfield 1, Paul VI 1: John Alemi scored the Bulldawgs’ lone goal in the second half after a scoreless first session. Jeff Sabatini had the assist.
Goalie Jonathan Baxter made six saves for Haddonfield, who battled to their first draw of the season after two overtime periods. Haddonfield is 13-4-1 with one game left during the regular season, Monday at Sterling.Girls’ soccer
West Deptford 2, Haddon Township 0: Sam Budd and Paige Paratore each scored for the Eagles. Tina Furfari and Makenna Moreno each had an assist. Goalie Maggie Davis made five saves.
Haddon Township 2, Haddon Heights 0: Both of Haddon Township’s goals came in the second half, as Erica Butrica and Cassidy McSorley each found the back of the net. Amanda Fox and Leah Palo provided the assists.
Goalie Morgan Driver’s six saves helped preserve the shutout victory.
Haddon Township 8, Paulsboro 1: Maureen Agnew and Anna Archut each found the back of the net twice in the win. Amanda Fox had a goal and two assists. Other goals came from Hailey Mozzacchio, Kara Shuttleworth and Madison Trout.
Goalie Alyssa Angiletta made two saves for Haddon, who improved to 11-5.
Haddon Heights 7, Paulsboro 1: Shannon Hannah led the way with three goals, followed by Annie Moore with two. Julia Riso and Abigail Miller each had one. Erica Colna had as many saves as she let up goals, with one.
St. Joseph Hammonton 2, Haddon Heights 1: Erin Peters scored in the second half for Haddon Heights, who fell in overtime. Haddon Heights fell to 10-7-1.
Haddonfield 4, Gateway 0: Carly Bonnet led the way with two goals to help the Bulldawgs complete the regular season with a record of 15-3. Kaitlyn Bonnet and Kylie Kirk also found the back of the net. Nikki Gavanrich had a pair of assists. Kirk added an assist to her goal.
Goalie Julianna Kadar made three saves, as she split time in goal with Taylor Sehdev. Sehdev made one stop.
Haddonfield 6, Lindenwold 0: Six different players scored for the Bulldawgs, including Kaitlyn Bonnet, Lizzy Hammon, Shallyn Hatcher, Mary Sabia, Natalie Scott and Laura Stanton. Sabia also had an assist, as did Carly Bonnet, Natasha Duffin and Kylie Kirk.
Haddonfield advanced to the final round of the Tournament of Champions last week before falling to Millburn, 4-1.
The Tournament of Champions is a tournament featuring the state champions in all four public groups and the two non-public groups. The winner of this tournament can call itself the best team in the state.
For this year, the Bulldawgs had to settle for No. 2.
Haddonfield advanced to the final with a 4-1 win over Montville.
No. 1 singles player Victoria Martinez fought hard in a 7-6 (7-5), 6-1 win over Kristin Godau in that match.
Second singles player Amanda Lanciano downed Kaitling Sanzone, 6-2, 6-0.
Erica Pascocello completed the singles sweep with a 6-0, 6-0 win over Erin Sanzone.
The first doubles team of Chelsea Brown and Arpie Senopolous went three sets to pick up a 6-2, 1-6, 7-6 (11-9) win over Joanna Fass and Jillian Garfunkel.
Against Millburn, only Pascocello picked up a win, defeating Samantha Siegel, 6-4, 6-1.
Lanciano went three sets before falling to Jane Bary, 2-6, 6-4, 6-4. Brown and Senopolous also went three sets, dropping a 5-7, 6-4, 6-3 decision.
Haddonfield was 30-2 this season.
Millburn was undefeated at 25-0. It also captured the singles and doubles state championships.